The reason most people know about The 4th Horseman in downtown Long Beach is because of its aggressive (and awesome) horror theme. The TVs inside show a constant loop of B-movies and slasher films, and the walls are filled with posters from flicks like Night Of The Living Dead. But even if you’re not into blood and guts, this is a great place to hang out, because of their excellent tap list filled with local craft beers, and the surprisingly great menu of pizzas. Those pizzas are also huge - 16 inches - and definitely enough feed a few folks. Prepare to spend a whole lot of time here.
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