Steelcraft

14 Jul 19
sisters with a suitcase

  Southern California is our absolute favorite getaway spot. There is so much to see, do, and eat that you’ll never ever be bored. The sun shines almost every day, the beaches are full of surfers and happy faces. What’s not to love. If you’re ever in SoCal, Long Beach is an absolute must. Here […]

06 Jul 19
Daily Breeze
Torrance’s Zymurgy Brew Works & Tasting Room, the South Bay’s only BIY — Brew It Yourself — small-batch brewery, will close its Hawthorne Boulevard location July 31 after three years in operation. It will be replaced by Smog City West, a taproom operated by the popular Torrance brewery, known for its adventurous ales. “After a short remodel, we anticipate Smog City opening (hopefully Sept. 1st!) with a new design, but the same concept of community, craft and education,” announced Zymurgy owner Bill Baker and Smog City Brewing co-owner Laurie Porter this week in a newsletter to Zymurgy customers. Zymurgy Brew Works & Tasting Room will close at month’s end and will be replaced by a new Smog City Brewing taproom. (Photo courtesy Zymurgy Brew Works). “With 16 taps, a new long bar and a comfortable lounge area, we know Smog City West is going to be a fun new gathering place for customers old and new,” they added. Zymurgy had a small bar and taproom, but the main thrust of the business was teaching folks how to brew a batch of beer themselves in 15-gallon kettles, without all the cleaning and washing of brewing equipment. Customers would then return in a few weeks to pick up their ready-to-drink ale. Baker, a Torrance elementary school principal, said between the demands of his career and family commitments he was unable to take the business, which hovered around the break-even point, to the next level. “I didn’t have the time or money to market it or promote as much as I would like to,” Baker said Friday, adding he was ecstatic to sell to a well-regarded brewery like Smog, which craft beer fans consistently see as among the best breweries in the region. Baker dreamed up the idea of Zymurgy — that’s the name for the branch of chemistry related to the fermentation process in brewing — while quaffing a pint at Smog, so its apt he should be selling to them, he said. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Laurie Porter and brewer Jonathan Porter were traveling and unavailable for comment. It will be the second taproom for the six-year-old Del Amo Boulevard brewery; SteelCraft, opened in 2017 in a Long Beach shopping center built out of shipping containers. Baker observed that the new location on the west side of Torrance will be more convenient for craft beer fans in the Beach Cities and Palos Verdes Peninsula as well as south and west Torrance. For it’s part, Zymurgy is fully booked — brewing must stop a couple of weeks before the doors close — for the remainder of the month, Baker said.      
04 Jul 19
Business And Anthropologie

SteelCraft is making headlines SteelCraft 4.5★ · Cal Heights Food court · $$ https://maps.app.goo.gl/7KejmVKnijfQPb6y6 BUSINESS BEAT: Rori’s Scoops At SteelCraft; Heights Refurnished; Beer Pours For Yogis; Coffee For Heroes http://www.gazettes.com/news/business-beat-rori-s-scoops-at-steelcraft-heights-refurnished-beer/article_45ff25b0-96b8-11e9-8cfc-afc0fb6405cc.html Rori’s Artisanal Creamery joins SteelCraft family in Bixby Knolls (free scoops included) https://lbpost.com/life/food/addison-rori-creamery-steelcraft-bixby-knolls/

28 Jun 19
ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE

By Jim Tortolano If the words “rusty skeleton” and “Pavilions” raise your blood pressure because of the long delays in moving either of those projects from eyesore to attraction, there’s good news on the way. According to Lisa Kim, director of community and economic development for the City of Garden Grove, both are starting to […]

26 Jun 19
Ilmarinen

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20 Jun 19
Press Telegram
This could be the sweetest start to the summer ever: free ice cream. You can get yours in Long Beach on Saturday, June 22, in celebration of the opening of Rori’s Artisanal Creamery, which starts serving scoops from its new home at SteelCraft that day. From 11 a.m.-10 p.m. everyone gets a free scoop of ice cream to help celebrate the arrival of the ice cream maker. But besides the free ice cream being just a one-day-only offer,  there’s another catch, you only get one free ice cream serving for the day — so no getting in line again and asking for seconds. Although really, if you maybe wore some sort of costume no one would probably recognize you if you went back for seconds, not that we’re saying to do that. The Long Beach spot will be the sixth location for the shop, which serves flavors such as like an espresso ice cream called Cup O’ Joe Spinelli, the Brown Sugar Banana and the old school throwback Malted Milk Ball, which is made with malt balls. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Rori’s Artisanal Creamery joins other businesses such as Smog City Brewing, Steelhead Coffee, Rainbow Juices, Pig Pen Delicacy, Waffle Love, DeSano Pizzeria, and Tajima Ramen at SteelCraft, the Long Beach-born brand of outdoor food courts assembled from shipping containers. If you go When: 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. June 22 Where: Rori’s Artisanal Creamery at SteelCraft, 3768 Long Beach Blvd. Information: steelcraftlb.com
20 Jun 19
Orange County Register
This could be the sweetest start to the summer ever: free ice cream. You can get yours in Long Beach on Saturday, June 22, in celebration of the opening of Rori’s Artisanal Creamery, which starts serving scoops from its new home at SteelCraft that day. From 11 a.m.-10 p.m. everyone gets a free scoop of ice cream to help celebrate the arrival of the ice cream maker. But besides the free ice cream being just a one-day-only offer,  there’s another catch, you only get one free ice cream serving for the day — so no getting in line again and asking for seconds. Although really, if you maybe wore some sort of costume no one would probably recognize you if you went back for seconds, not that we’re saying to do that. The Long Beach spot will be the sixth location for the shop, which serves flavors such as like an espresso ice cream called Cup O’ Joe Spinelli, the Brown Sugar Banana and the old school throwback Malted Milk Ball, which is made with malt balls. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] Rori’s Artisanal Creamery joins other businesses such as Smog City Brewing, Steelhead Coffee, Rainbow Juices, Pig Pen Delicacy, Waffle Love, DeSano Pizzeria, and Tajima Ramen at SteelCraft, the Long Beach-born brand of outdoor food courts assembled from shipping containers. If you go When: 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. June 22 Where: Rori’s Artisanal Creamery at SteelCraft, 3768 Long Beach Blvd. Information: steelcraftlb.com
18 Jun 19
Daily Breeze
When it brews, it pours in Southern California. That’ll be the case during the 11th annual Los Angeles Beer Week, which runs through Sunday, June 23, celebrating the art and science of the growing local craft beer industry. Here’s where to quench that quest for new, fresh brews virtually every day in the South Bay for the remainder of Beer Week — or, as the younger crowd would say, #LABW11. Tuesday, June 18 Old Torrance’s Tortilla Cantina, among the best craft beer joints in the South Bay — with an oft-rotating list of about 50 brews that’s heavy on local ales — hosts a 6 p.m. tap take-over by Sierra Nevada, one of the state’s original quality breweries. The brewery earlier this year purchased San Francisco’s Sufferfest Brewing, known for its gluten-removed ales and lagers, and it will tap two of Sufferfest’s beers: the Flyby Pilsner and the Repeat Kolsch;  Sierra Nevada will also showcase its Hazy Little Thing India Pale Ale, among others. (On Friday, Tortilla Cantina will host a tap takeover by Gardena’s Ximex Brewing Co., with brews to be announced. Wednesday, June 19 State Brewing, king of the hazy IPAs, will host Gardena Day, an event described as one of  “interaction and celebration with our local community.” State Brewing is based in Gardena and the event begins at 2 p.m. Three food vendors and informational booths — manned by city employees, the Police Department and South Bay 1 Stop Career Center — will be on hand. Don’t miss their Freeway City IPA (whose name celebrates the city’s longtime motto), the Nice Chucks Hazy IPA or the Triple Clutchin’ Hazy IPA, that are all bursting with State’s trademark juicy tropical fruit overtones. Friday, June 21 Hawthorne’s Common Space and LA Aleworks breweries — which sit across El Segundo Boulevard from each other, within easy strolling distance– will team up to present the Summer Solstice Block Party. From noon to midnight there will be food trucks, live music, games and contests. But the party will also feature four new seasonal beers to chase away the June gloom: the Summer Crush Slushie, a triple IPA, and a much lighter lemon wit shandy from LA Aleworks; and a cucumber saison and watermelon cream ale from Common Space. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Venerable Naja’s Place on the Redondo Beach Pier will also “Party Like It’s 2012,” the year Facebook went public and LA had a grand total of just eight breweries. The 6 p.m. event showcases brews from some of those originals, such as Torrance’s Strand Brewing and Smog City Brewing, as well as Eagle Rock Brewing and Beachwood Brewing. Saturday, June 22 Smog City will host “The Great Smog Tiki Adventure” at both its Torrance Brewery and Long Beach taproom, Steelcraft, with tiki-inspired beer cocktails and two new brews: a revamped Hoptango Hazy IPA and My Tai HopT. The parties begin at noon, with costumes not required — but strongly advised. Sunday, June 23 Finally, Inglewood’s Three Weavers Brewing Co., will close out the South Bay’s LA Beer Week fun with the second annual BrewMo Pseudo-Sumo Showdown, in an outdoor sumo wrestling arena. Brewmasters from around the county will strap themselves into giant sumo wrestling suits and fight (or at least bounce off each other). This is a 21 and over event and begins, naturally, at High Noon. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Subscribe here.
08 Jun 19
Orange County Register
#gallery-6844179-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-6844179-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-6844179-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-6844179-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) “Come get some frosé!” Trend-setting food-court maestro SteelCraft opened its second location on the corner of Bellflower Boulevard and Oak Street on Thursday, June 6 — and eager consumers poured in this weekend. The brand combines trendy local vendors, live entertainment and an outdoor heavy-metal design. SteelCraft’s trademark is their repurposed gray and red shipping containers, turning the former portside transport boxes into hip food-and-drink stalls. The location is hosting these informal “soft” openings for its vendors until the grand opening, and ribbon cutting, on Thursday, June 13, according to Emma Taylor, co-owner of Ten Mile Brewing. The family-owned brewing company has its home base in Signal Hill. But when SteelCraft approached them for the Bellflower location, they jumped on it. “This is a way for people to discover new businesses, it brings a new crowd to us,” Taylor said. “People are excited to come here.” The seating area is large, surrounded by green grass and tan gravel. It features an artsy/barnyard aura, a tribute to Bellflower’s dairy-country past. On Saturday, couples mingled while toting mason jars filled with red liquid and glasses containing various amber hues of beer. Children scurried around in the grass while others lounged in swinging chairs in the shade. It’s a real family affair. “Bellflower wants to engage more with the community,” Taylor said. One of the art pieces read, aptly:  “where you invest your love you invest your life.” A small group of teens wearing tiaras sat at one of the wooden tables — Miss Bellflower pageant participants. Miss Teen Bellflower Emily Ruiz gave the new center her royal approval, applauding its varied food and drink options. “It’s a melting pot of the local community, it’s also a prime location for business,” said Eden Hernandez, coordinator of the pageant. “Downtown hosts street fests often, movie nights, the Christmas tree lighting and car fests. They will get a lot of foot traffic in this spot.” Bellflower’s downtown has enjoyed a mini-renaissance in recent months, with recently opened restaurants and the new Los Angeles County Fire Museum/Bellflower Mayne Events Center. Hernandez heard about The Standing Room — a burger joint — from a friend, but it was all the way in Redondo Beach. Needless to say, she was pleased to see it was opening a location in Bellflower. “It’s important to have a place where people can eat and hang out,” she said. “We like to support openings in the local community.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Also to be featured at the Bellflower site: Off Duty Wine Bar; Long Beach Creamery; Solid Coffee Roasters; Fritzi Coop, a fried chicken restaurant helmed by Neal Fraser of Redbird; Philanthropy, featuring pho soups and entrees; Comfort food maker Prime by Shenandoah; And Cassidy’s Corner,  specializing in breakfast; Bellflower is SteelCraft’s second location, tapping the success of its debut in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls neighborhood. A third location is expected to open in Garden Grove this year. Updates for the Orange County location can be found by logging on to SteelCraft’s webpage. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Subscribe here.
08 Jun 19
Whittier Daily News
#gallery-1824886-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1824886-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1824886-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1824886-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) “Come get some frosé!” Trend-setting food-court maestro SteelCraft opened its second location on the corner of Bellflower Boulevard and Oak Street on Thursday, June 6 — and eager consumers poured in this weekend. The brand combines trendy local vendors, live entertainment and an outdoor heavy-metal design. SteelCraft’s trademark is their repurposed gray and red shipping containers, turning the former portside transport boxes into hip food-and-drink stalls. The location is hosting these informal “soft” openings for its vendors until the grand opening, and ribbon cutting, on Thursday, June 13, according to Emma Taylor, co-owner of Ten Mile Brewing. The family-owned brewing company has its home base in Signal Hill. But when SteelCraft approached them for the Bellflower location, they jumped on it. “This is a way for people to discover new businesses, it brings a new crowd to us,” Taylor said. “People are excited to come here.” The seating area is large, surrounded by green grass and tan gravel. It features an artsy/barnyard aura, a tribute to Bellflower’s dairy-country past. On Saturday, couples mingled while toting mason jars filled with red liquid and glasses containing various amber hues of beer. Children scurried around in the grass while others lounged in swinging chairs in the shade. It’s a real family affair. “Bellflower wants to engage more with the community,” Taylor said. One of the art pieces read, aptly:  “where you invest your love you invest your life.” A small group of teens wearing tiaras sat at one of the wooden tables — Miss Bellflower pageant participants. Miss Teen Bellflower Emily Ruiz gave the new center her royal approval, applauding its varied food and drink options. “It’s a melting pot of the local community, it’s also a prime location for business,” said Eden Hernandez, coordinator of the pageant. “Downtown hosts street fests often, movie nights, the Christmas tree lighting and car fests. They will get a lot of foot traffic in this spot.” Bellflower’s downtown has enjoyed a mini-renaissance in recent months, with recently opened restaurants and the new Los Angeles County Fire Museum/Bellflower Mayne Events Center. Hernandez heard about The Standing Room — a burger joint — from a friend, but it was all the way in Redondo Beach. Needless to say, she was pleased to see it was opening a location in Bellflower. “It’s important to have a place where people can eat and hang out,” she said. “We like to support openings in the local community.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Also to be featured at the Bellflower site: Off Duty Wine Bar; Long Beach Creamery; Solid Coffee Roasters; Fritzi Coop, a fried chicken restaurant helmed by Neal Fraser of Redbird; Philanthropy, featuring pho soups and entrees; Comfort food maker Prime by Shenandoah; And Cassidy’s Corner,  specializing in breakfast; Bellflower is SteelCraft’s second location, tapping the success of its debut in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls neighborhood. A third location is expected to open in Garden Grove this year. Updates for the Orange County location can be found by logging on to SteelCraft’s webpage. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Subscribe here.
08 Jun 19
Press Telegram
#gallery-2203691-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2203691-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-2203691-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-2203691-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) SteelCraft opens second location in the city of Bellflower. (photo by Kalaisha Totty) “Come get some frosé!” Trend-setting food-court maestro SteelCraft opened its second location on the corner of Bellflower Boulevard and Oak Street on Thursday, June 6 — and eager consumers poured in this weekend. The brand combines trendy local vendors, live entertainment and an outdoor heavy-metal design. SteelCraft’s trademark is their repurposed gray and red shipping containers, turning the former portside transport boxes into hip food-and-drink stalls. The location is hosting these informal “soft” openings for its vendors until the grand opening, and ribbon cutting, on Thursday, June 13, according to Emma Taylor, co-owner of Ten Mile Brewing. The family-owned brewing company has its home base in Signal Hill. But when SteelCraft approached them for the Bellflower location, they jumped on it. “This is a way for people to discover new businesses, it brings a new crowd to us,” Taylor said. “People are excited to come here.” The seating area is large, surrounded by green grass and tan gravel. It features an artsy/barnyard aura, a tribute to Bellflower’s dairy-country past. On Saturday, couples mingled while toting mason jars filled with red liquid and glasses containing various amber hues of beer. Children scurried around in the grass while others lounged in swinging chairs in the shade. It’s a real family affair. “Bellflower wants to engage more with the community,” Taylor said. One of the art pieces read, aptly:  “where you invest your love you invest your life.” A small group of teens wearing tiaras sat at one of the wooden tables — Miss Bellflower pageant participants. Miss Teen Bellflower Emily Ruiz gave the new center her royal approval, applauding its varied food and drink options. “It’s a melting pot of the local community, it’s also a prime location for business,” said Eden Hernandez, coordinator of the pageant. “Downtown hosts street fests often, movie nights, the Christmas tree lighting and car fests. They will get a lot of foot traffic in this spot.” Bellflower’s downtown has enjoyed a mini-renaissance in recent months, with recently opened restaurants and the new Los Angeles County Fire Museum/Bellflower Mayne Events Center. Hernandez heard about The Standing Room — a burger joint — from a friend, but it was all the way in Redondo Beach. Needless to say, she was pleased to see it was opening a location in Bellflower. “It’s important to have a place where people can eat and hang out,” she said. “We like to support openings in the local community.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Also to be featured at the Bellflower site: Off Duty Wine Bar; Long Beach Creamery; Solid Coffee Roasters; Fritzi Coop, a fried chicken restaurant helmed by Neal Fraser of Redbird; Philanthropy, featuring pho soups and entrees; Comfort food maker Prime by Shenandoah; And Cassidy’s Corner,  specializing in breakfast; Bellflower is SteelCraft’s second location, tapping the success of its debut in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls neighborhood. A third location is expected to open in Garden Grove this year. Updates for the Orange County location can be found by logging on to SteelCraft’s webpage. Sign up for The Localist, our daily email newsletter with handpicked stories relevant to where you live. Subscribe here.
08 Jun 19
The Bodleys

Following up on its March 30 debut performance at SteelCraft – Long Beach, the quintet of Wasyl Bodnar, guitar, Max Komine, bass, Asher St. Pierre, fiddle, John Stradley, percussion, and Mat Summers, guitar, lent its sound to SteelCraft – Bellflower’s Grand Opening festivities on Thursday, June 13.  The unique venue, located at 16500 Bellflower Blvd., […]

07 Jun 19
Orange County Register
It all started in Long Beach and now it’s spreading with the latest SteelCraft location soft opening in Bellflower this weekend. Located at 16500 Bellflower Blvd., the brand of outdoor food courts assembled from shipping containers will soft open from 12-9 p.m. this weekend on an approximately 15,000 square-foot lot. The food and drink businesses at the food court are: Ten Mile Brewing; Off Duty Wine Bar; Long Beach Creamery; Solid Coffee Roasters; Fritzi Coop, a fried chicken restaurant created by well-known chef Neal Fraser of Redbird; Philanthropy, a pho spot; Comfort food maker Prime by Shenandoah; Cassidy’s Corner,  a breakfast spot known for homemade bagels; And the burger joint The Standing Room. Inspired by the city’s dairy farm roots, the new SteelCraft features reclaimed wood and a barn-like structure over the dining area. Since opening in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls district, SteelCraft has become a busy location not just for food but also with free community events that include small concerts, Halloween parties and a children’s art walk and book readings. Live events are also expected at the new Bellflower location. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] If You Go: When: 12-9 p.m. starting this weekend Where: SteelCraft,6500 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower Information: steelcraftlb.com
07 Jun 19
Whittier Daily News
It all started in Long Beach and now it’s spreading with the latest SteelCraft location soft opening in Bellflower this weekend. Located at 16500 Bellflower Blvd., the brand of outdoor food courts assembled from shipping containers will soft open from 12-9 p.m. this weekend on an approximately 15,000 square-foot lot. The food and drink businesses at the food court are: Ten Mile Brewing; Off Duty Wine Bar; Long Beach Creamery; Solid Coffee Roasters; Fritzi Coop, a fried chicken restaurant created by well-known chef Neal Fraser of Redbird; Philanthropy, a pho spot; Comfort food maker Prime by Shenandoah; Cassidy’s Corner,  a breakfast spot known for homemade bagels; And the burger joint The Standing Room. Inspired by the city’s dairy farm roots, the new SteelCraft features reclaimed wood and a barn-like structure over the dining area. Since opening in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls district, SteelCraft has become a busy location not just for food but also with free community events that include small concerts, Halloween parties and a children’s art walk and book readings. Live events are also expected at the new Bellflower location. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] If You Go: When: 12-9 p.m. starting this weekend Where: SteelCraft,6500 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower Information: steelcraftlb.com
07 Jun 19
Press Telegram
It all started in Long Beach and now it’s spreading with the latest SteelCraft location soft opening in Bellflower this weekend. Located at 16500 Bellflower Blvd., the brand of outdoor food courts assembled from shipping containers will soft open from 12-9 p.m. this weekend on an approximately 15,000 square-foot lot. The food and drink businesses at the food court are: Ten Mile Brewing; Off Duty Wine Bar; Long Beach Creamery; Solid Coffee Roasters; Fritzi Coop, a fried chicken restaurant created by well-known chef Neal Fraser of Redbird; Philanthropy, a pho spot; Comfort food maker Prime by Shenandoah; Cassidy’s Corner,  a breakfast spot known for homemade bagels; And the burger joint The Standing Room. Inspired by the city’s dairy farm roots, the new SteelCraft features reclaimed wood and a barn-like structure over the dining area. Since opening in Long Beach’s Bixby Knolls district, SteelCraft has become a busy location not just for food but also with free community events that include small concerts, Halloween parties and a children’s art walk and book readings. Live events are also expected at the new Bellflower location. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”] If You Go: When: 12-9 p.m. starting this weekend Where: SteelCraft,6500 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower Information: steelcraftlb.com