Award-Winning Cuisine Aboard The Queen Mary  

Five-star dining at its finest, Sir Winston’s Restaurant & Lounge is a Long Beach restaurant that boasts impeccable service, a gourmet menu, an extensive wine list and an unmatched ambiance.

With stunning seaside views from nearly every seat, Sir Winston’s Restaurant & Lounge is perfect for special occasions and everyday enjoyment. At Sir Winston’s you don’t just eat, you dine.

Our award-winning menu includes creative culinary cuisine such as traditional favorites like Beef Wellington, Chateaubri and Rack of Lamb, each prepared with a contemporary twist. Sir Winston’s also offers the finest seafood, like Dover Sole or Seared Ahi, and has an array of Vegetarian options as well.

OpenTable, the world's leading provider of online restaurant reservations, has named Sir Winston's as one the Top 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America for 2015.

Sir Winston's Hours & Information

Mondays & Tuesdays: Closed           
Wednesdays & Thursdays: 5pm - 9pm   
Fridays & Saturdays: 5pm - 10pm
Sundays: 5pm - 9pm   

Info & Reservations 
(877) 600-4313

Complimentary Parking. Please pull a ticket and bring it with you to Sir Winston's. (Subject to change)
Dress Code: Smart-Casual attire required
Reservations: Highly Recommended (call 562-499-1657 or click below)
Directions: Click here for directions to the Queen Mary
Map: The Queen Mary can get confusing.Download our map and bring it with you! 

OpenTable Releases Its 2017 List On The Most Scenic Restaurants in America:

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Enjoy Table Side Music By The Talented Pianist Scott MacDonald

Scott MacDonald was born in the small artistic community of Ojai. Compelled to anything musical, he quickly found that he could reproduce on the piano what he had heard, first melodies and then chords. Around age seven, he started coming up with simple compositions. In December of '79 at age 24, he recorded and performed his original works, traveling extensively throughout the US, Australia, the Pacific Islands, and Europe. He particularly developed a great fondness for ocean travel and has performed aboard many ships of all kinds. But, one ship stands alone in Scott's life. Since first coming aboard the RMS Queen Mary in 1973, the ship has played a pivotal role. He considers it a privilege to spend each Friday and Saturday aboard the Queen Mary, playing piano and singing in the renowned Sir Winston's Restaurant and Lounge from 6 pm until 10 pm.