But those locations were about a mile to the northwest, in Wilmington. This location is just west of the Long Beach (710) Freeway, and about 1,000 feet north of Ocean Blvd.
It sits next to "Berth 55 Seaside Deli" and a sportsfishing place. (They used the Deli for a another scene later this year.)
That's about all you'll find out here, in terms of retail - everything else is hardcore industrial sprawl.
It was the only place for nearby dock workers to grab a bite to eat. But it may not be there by the time you read this...
In 2012, the Port of Long Beach decided to tear the down the 40-year-old restaurant, along with the Deli next door, to make room for a new port fireboat station.
Turns out that the existing station is under the Desmond bridge, and they're planning to demolish that bridge and replace it with a new one. So the fireboats need a new home, and unfortunately for the fans of Berth 55, this is the spot they chose. So it looks like these buildings won't be standing for long...
A. This may be the easiest location in the history of the show. The scene opens with the giant letters on the front of the restaurant reading "Queen's Wharf" -- and a simple Google maps look-up gives you this streetview confirming the same sign.