Posted by Milan Jara
22 April, 2013

Decorative Ceiling Tiles Adorn Roxanne’s Lounge in California Heights Historical Area

Long Beach, California, is the site of one of the country’s most progressive urban renewal projects, and one of its most renewed areas is the California Heights Historical Area. With its vintage street lights and large, leafy mature trees, this iconic district is filled with homes and other buildings constructed primarily in the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s. One of these historic buildings is home to the warm and intimate Roxanne’s Lounge. And Roxanne’s has chosen Decorative Ceiling Tiles to help with its renovation.

Roxanne’s Lounge Chooses Decorative Ceiling Tiles

Roxanne’s selected one of our most popular and iconic ceiling tiles, the 210 Laurel Wreath drop-in restaurant ceiling tile in the beautiful and subdued Antique Copper finish.
210 Laurel Wreath Drop-In Restaurant Ceiling Tile in Antique Copper
The Antique Copper finish creates a feeling of sophisticated intimacy in lounges, restaurants, while the Laurel Wreath design imparts a sense of classical beauty.

Roxanne’s Specialties

Roxanne’s is a neighborhood lounge, bar, and grill with an international twist. From the daily 3pm-7pm to the wee hours of the late night, Roxanne’s is a joint jumpin’ with activities, from the live trivia contest on Sundays, to the blues jam session on Mondays, to karaoke Tuesdays, there’s fun for everyone.
Roxanne's Lounge
Roxanne’s menu includes drinks, appetizers, burgers, steaks, seafood, and a variety of scrumptious Central American specialties such as empanadas, tamales, quesadillas, yucca, plantain lollipops, guacamole, salsa, and Salvadorian Slaw.

Visit Roxanne’s

So next time you’re near the Long Beach Airport, stop in at Roxanne’s Lounge, located near the 710 and 405 Freeways:
1115 E. Wardlow Rd.
Long Beach, California
Phone 562-426-4777

Roxanne’s Online

If you can’t get to Roxanne’s in person, you can still visit this great lounge online.
You can also “like” them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter, or email them.
If you have a ceiling tile project you’d like to share, just email us and you might just see your name in print!

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