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Nadine's Irish Mist

Nadine's Irish Mist

The live bands and karaoke nights hosted at Nadine's usually lay waste to Sunset Beach's sleepy reputation. But it's all in good fun at this rocking Irish pub.
Schooner at Sunset

Schooner at Sunset

Don't let the nautical theme fool you, there will be no stale grog served here. Rather you can choose from a sizable offering of craft brews and signature cocktails.
Crow's Cocktail's

Crow's Cocktail's

Yes this place holds about 50, but don't worry, handsome mirrors lend this joint the illusion of size. Enjoy a full bar, brews on tap and the eloquence of dive chic.

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  • Acapulco Inn

    Acapulco Inn

    5283 E. 2nd St. Long Beach, CA 90803-5328
    562-439-3517

    http://Acapulco Inn (5283 E. 2nd St.) It may be located in Long Beach's trendy Belmont Shore, but the Acapulco Inn is anything but high-falutin. Instead of ritzy, vintage photos of the Long Beach harbor, the walls are bedecked with the banners of various college football teams. The rowdy voices echoing across the large, cement-floored room indicate patrons don't appreciate fancy accouterments. Serving beer only, several taps are line up in a neat row behind the bar. Labels include: Shock Top, Blue Moon, Bud Light and Deschutes. The Acapulco also offers several distractions in the form of two pool tables, shuffle board, six flat-screen TV's and the video game Big Buck. Read more about Acapulco Inn >>

  • Acme Comedy Theatre

    Acme Comedy Theatre

    135 N. La Brea Los Angeles, CA 90036
    323-525-0202

    http://www.acmecomedy.com This 99-seat club presents a variety of ongoing comedy nights in the heart of Hollywood. Read more about Acme Comedy Theatre >>

  • Agaves Kitchen Tequila

    Agaves Kitchen Tequila

    200 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-7700

    http://www.agavesbar.com/ Agaves kitchen | tequila is set to have it's grand opening on June 22nd, 2012. Modern Mexican cuisine featuring regional dishes with a twist, bold flavors, light fusion and huge tequila selection in an amazing set up with a strong modern urban feel. Live entertainment and lounge offered as well, see you soon and more tequila! Read more about Agaves Kitchen Tequila >>

  • Akbar

    Akbar

    4356 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90029
    323-665-6810

    http://www.akbarsilverlake.com Silver Lake's Moroccan-themed gay grotto is a long-running fave, as much for its stiff, reasonably priced drinks as for its vivacious, open-to-all atmosphere. When the adjacent dance room was added a few years ago, it became a full-fledged club. The dark and sweaty pit pumps and pulsates on weekends thanks to dynamic electro/disco mixes from local DJs. Expect a bevy of boho bi and gay grinders in the mix mostly on weekends, and local of all ilks during the week - even crafters (!), who take over with an early gathering every Wednesday. Read more about Akbar >>

  • Aladdin Jr. Restaurant & Cafe II

    Aladdin Jr. Restaurant & Cafe II

    296 W. Second St. Pomona, CA 91766
    909-623-4333

    http://www.aladdinjrrestaurant2.com

  • Alebrije Discotheque & Grill

    1641 N. Placentia Ave. Fullerton, CA 92831
    714-577-8627

    Not to be confused with the vibrantly pink truck parked outside a Santa Ana supermarket, this dance and live-music club specializes in banda and rock en español; the "grill" part of the name refers mostly to the appetizers provided with bottle service. Read more about Alebrije Discotheque & Grill >>

  • All Star Lanes

    All Star Lanes

    4459 Eagle Rock Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90041
    323-254-2579

    http://www.allstarlanesbowling.com All Star Lanes is an iconic Eagle Rock bowling alley, located on Eagle Rock Boulevard. The spacious mid-century interior doesn't look like it's been updated since the day it opened, but it holds 22 lanes for all levels of rollers, plus a bar in the back to keep things lively. There are pool tables and arcade games for the kids, plus the best glow-in-the-dark bowling you'll find anywhere. Lanes run $4/game on weeknights and $6 on weekends, but the cheap drinks ensure you won't end up spending too much. There's also an occasional free comedy show held near the bar, called the 4 & 20 show, which features some of the best comedians working in L.A. today. Read more about All Star Lanes >>

  • The Alley Restaurant

    The Alley Restaurant

    4501 W. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-646-9126

    http://www.thealleynewportbeach.com An upscale pub with gourmet takes on traditional comfort foods such as steaks, dipped sandwiches and seafood, washed down with a very good wine list. Read more about The Alley Restaurant >>

  • The Alley

    139 W. Amerige Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-738-6934

    http://www.thealleyclub.com

  • Alta Vista Country Club

    777 Alta Vista St. Placentia, CA 92870
    714-524-1591

    http://www.altavistacc.com

  • Amada Club

    7025 Firestone Blvd. Buena Park, CA 90621-1869
    714-739-4473

    http://www.amadaplaza.com

  • Amber Waves

    Amber Waves

    7675 Crescent Ave. Buena Park, CA 90620
    714-995-2010

    http://www.knottshotel.com/dining/index.htm Amber Waves is located in the Knott's Berry Farm Resort Hotel and looks like the type of bar Stuart Anderson (of Black Angus fame) might have envisioned. Featuring rich wood tables and walls emblazoned with stars and stripes, flagstone rock pillars and wonky, sculpture-esque chandeliers dangling above the taps, Amber Waves feels like a post-modern Wild West saloon. The bar serves a respectable selection of draft beers, including Stella, Pyramid Hef, Blue Moon and Shock Top in addition to a full complement of liquors and an impressive selection of wines. Conveniently located next to the park, it makes for a great spot to soothe jangled nerves following a turn on the wooden coaster Ghost Rider. Read more about Amber Waves >>

  • Ami Beaucoup Martini Lounge

    151 E. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-673-3425

  • Anaheim Brewery

    336 S. Anaheim Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-780-1888

    http://www.anaheimbrew.com

  • Anarchy Library

    Anarchy Library

    13250 Woodruff Ave. Downey, CA 90242
    562-803-9134

    http://www.theanarchylibrary.com Scads of punk rock at the self-proclaimed "CBGB of SoCal." Full bar. Over 21. Read more about Anarchy Library >>

  • Anchos Southwest Grill & Bar

    Anchos Southwest Grill & Bar

    10773 Hole Ave. Riverside, CA 92505
    951-352-0240

    http://www.anchos.net Our food is so mouth-watering good, that many of our guests regularly drive from five different counties just to be treated to a night at Anchos. We even have customers who have moved to different states and they make a point of coming back to Anchos whenever they visit the Southern California area. And some of our locals even eat here several times a week. Read more about Anchos Southwest Grill & Bar >>

  • Angel

    Angel's Sports Bar

    3020 Coronado St. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-630-0810

    http://Angel's Sports Bar (3020 Coronado St.) Don't be scared, gents; you'll forget about the graffiti scrawled on the outer walls of this establishment once you see what's going on inside. Angel's offers a full bar and several beers on tap--perfect for quenching a fiery thirst while watching beautiful women dance and take their tops off on the large stage in the front of the room. Expect to drop a little more coin as women roam through the sea of cocktail tables, stopping to chat with dudes and enticing them to buy shots. But these girls work hard for their money, and if you behave, they'll actually take the time to get to know you. Be sure to bring cash because credit is not accepted and the ATM charges a stratospheric service fee. If naked women aren't your thing, there are also five pool tables to get your stick moving. Read more about Angel's Sports Bar >>

  • Anthill Pub & Grille

    Anthill Pub & Grille

    4200 Campus Dr. Irvine, CA 92612
    949-824-3050

    Some schools discourage drinking; others ban it. And then there's UC Irvine, whose Anthill Pub in the Student Center bans drinking crappy beer. Its no-swill policy means there is no hipster PBR or watery Bud anything. The ever-changing list of local and distant American craft beers, from Lagunitas to Dogfish Head, goes on sale every afternoon: $1 off single servings (tulip glasses or pints, depending on the beer) and $3 off pitchers. A full menu of sandwiches, including a very credible bratwurst, and fried snacks such as sweet potato fries are available at the adjacent counter. Had a place like this existed at every school, Natty Light would no longer exist. Read more about Anthill Pub & Grille >>

  • ARC Restaurant

    ARC Restaurant

    3321 Hyland Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    949-500-5561

    http://www.arcrestaurant.com Noah Blom worked for Daniel Boulud in New York, opened restaurants for Laurent Tourendel’s empire, and did a pair of concepts in San Francisco. But ARC seems to be a stripped-down-to-the-essentials reboot of his career. It is an eatery that, despite the meaningless “oven-to-table” blurbs on its website and marketing material, is actually a place serving upmarket camping food such as pork and beans and pouring stiff, old-timey cocktails with whole hunks of ice. But the prices are reasonable, with nothing costing more than $15, and the commitment it makes by cooking with only firewood for fuel is admirable, even if it sounds unnecessarily gimmicky. Read more about ARC Restaurant >>

  • Arcadia Blues Club

    Arcadia Blues Club

    16 E. Huntington Drive Arcadia, CA 91006
    626-447-9349

    http://www.arcadiabluesclub.com

  • Arena Nightclub

    6655 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038
    323-462-0714

    http://www.arenanightclub.com

  • Arturo

    Arturo's Cantina & Grill

    2512 W. Orangethorpe Fullerton, CA 92833
    714-879-0108

    Arturo's Cantina may be a little sparse on the draft beers (they have none), but this doesn't mean they're not keen on bringing the party. Between Thursday and Sunday nights, the venue is transformed into a thriving nightclub, complete with live entertainment. The bar serves a respectable offering of cocktails and plenty of bottled beers: Labels include Negra Modelo, Miller Light Lime, and Newcastle. The large Spanish-style building is fitted with a massive dance floor accommodating plenty of pretty people. Mix in strong drinks and good times are in the cards. Read more about Arturo's Cantina & Grill >>

  • Ashley

    Ashley's Bar & Grill

    1731 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-495-5700

    http://www.ashleysbarandgrill.com/ Ashley's Bar and Grill is the type of neighborhood establishment that attracts an amalgam of customers. The tattooed artist might share the bar with an entrepreneur while the blue-collar workers shoot a game of pool, and no one blinks an eye. The regulars and bartenders are welcoming, as are the cozy booths that line the walls. Cash is king at Ashley's, but if you forget, get a 20 from the ATM in the corner of the bar and stretch it into a meal and two drinks, or even a couple of rounds on the jukebox. Read more about Ashley's Bar & Grill >>

  • Auld Dubliner

    Auld Dubliner

    71 S. Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-8300

    http://www.aulddubliner.com From its coffee-dark depths to its thick-as-Miracle-Whip head of foam, a glass of Guinness isn't refreshment, it's nourishment, and this a prime spot to enjoy a tasty pint. The full bar is outfitted with gorgeous wood trim, kitschy bookshelves and many of the cocktail waitresses hail from the emerald isle as evidenced by their charming brogues. The front of the room features a large opening and a smoking patio affording views of the downtown Long Beach foot traffic and convention center. Be sure to swing by on Sunday afternoons for live music featuring traditional Irish jam sessions. Read more about Auld Dubliner >>

  • Auld Dubliner

    Auld Dubliner

    2497 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
    714-259-1562

    http://www.aulddubliner.com From its coffee-dark depths to its thick-as-Miracle-Whip head of foam, a glass of Guinness isn't refreshment, it's nourishment-but if you require solid food, then you can get a boxty or bangers and mash at Auld Dubliner. It's probably a good idea to get something in your stomach to absorb all that alcohol anyway. Read more about Auld Dubliner >>

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