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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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    C'Est Si Bon Cocktail Lounge

    6638 Westminster Blvd. Westminster, CA 92683

    http://C'Est Si Bon Cocktail Lounge (6640 Westminster Blvd.) C'est Si Bon is a bar in Westminster. The watering hole has slung stiff drinks at blue-collar prices since the 1950s, as the city transformed from farmland to tract homes to Little Saigon. The liquor selection is ample and stored on shelves above the bar, and though there are no beers on tap, the offerings lightly flirt with the craft-brew world. Fresh coffee is always kept brewing, perfect for when they open at 6 a.m. or to keep you going until last call at 2 in the morn'. Manning the bar for the past 11 years has been Susan, a blonde well-known and loved by the die-hard regulars. She's polite, attentive and knows when you're ready for another drink, often before you realize it. Read more about C'Est Si Bon Cocktail Lounge >>

  • C4 Deli: The Cure for the Common

    C4 Deli: The Cure for the Common

    200 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701
    714-263-1555 C4 Deli is a deli in Santa Ana. It’s housed in a doozy of a room, with a soaring ceiling, Gatsby-esque Art Deco design motifs, exposed brick walls, and a window that stares directly at the equally beautiful Santora building across Broadway. Get the Reuben. The pastrami is sliced so thin you don’t eat this sandwich so much as you breathe it in. So soft and tender is the meat, it disintegrates in your mouth, melting into its characteristic saltiness. Hugging the pile of pinkness is marble rye, a bread moister than pound cake that sags under the weight of the filling. In the bulging belly of the sandwich, a slather of Russian dressing and Swiss cheese have fully ingratiated themselves to the meat and the ribbons of warmed sauerkraut, with the cabbage retaining its snap and overwhelming the senses until you hit the finish line of the bread’s crunchy crust. Read more about C4 Deli: The Cure for the Common >>

  • Cabo Grill & Cantina

    Cabo Grill & Cantina

    301 N. Brea Blvd. Brea, CA 92821
    714-529-2540 Housed in a tiny adobe-style building north of Downtown Brea, the Cabo Grill and Cantina is possibly one of the city's more unassuming drinking establishments. And because of its diminutive stature, even a small crowd can give this place the vibe of a rowdy juke joint. Under the unblinking eye of three flat screen televisions, the full bar serves up a bevvy of tequila-based drinks including mango margaritas and a quirky Herradura and tonic combo known as a TNT. The taps dispense pints of Dos Equis and Coors Light with obligatory bottles of Corona and lime available. Happy hour is 3 to 8p.m. daily and features half-off margaritas, well drinks and appetizers. Read more about Cabo Grill & Cantina >>

  • Cafeoke Ding Dong Dang

    Cafeoke Ding Dong Dang

    9738 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92844

    http://Cafeoke Ding Dong Dang (9738 Garden Grove Blvd.)

  • California Girls

    California Girls

    1109 N. Harbor Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92703
    714-554-0491 The California Girls in Santa Ana is a full-nude strip club (the Anaheim location is topless), which means there is no alcohol served, only energy drinks, water and soda. There is a one-drink minimum and a $10 cover charge, but if you're going to California Girls, you pretty much know what you're getting into. The small stage is lit with red and blue LED lights flashing off the mirrored wall and brass pole. It's lined with a table and black-velvet seats for patrons preferring a front-row viewpoint. The VIP room houses a dozen red-velvet booths for private dances; the standard rate is $10 for alone time with one of the club's dancers, but specials are announced by the DJ randomly throughout the night. Read more about California Girls >>

  • Campus Billiards

    Campus Billiards

    9111 valley view St. Cypress, CA 90630
    714-952-2731 This joint is well-named: It stands next to Cypress College and offers nine pool tables, as well as a shuffleboard table and loads of dartboards. A large-screen TV divides the utilitarian space housing all of the games, creating a separate lounge area. Here, thirsty hustlers can kick back on a couch and watch a game. Those who don't want to take a break from the action can keep one eye on the score between shots to the corner pocket. Pool tables are available for $8.50 per hour after 7 p.m., but Mondays are a score with $1.75-per-hour rentals. The bar features 18 beers on tap and a variety of wines. There are daily deals on pints and schooners of beer averaging $3, as well as discounts for students-with an ID, of course. Read more about Campus Billiards >>

  • Capri Bar & Grill

    320 E. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867-4856

  • Carthay Circle Lounge

    Carthay Circle Lounge

    1313 S Disneyland Dr. Anaheim, CA 92802

    Carthay Circle is by far the best restaurant inside Disney's California Adventure. When it's all booked you can settle for the third best bar in the park: the Carthay Circle Lounge. It's to the left of the main restaurant's elevator lobby and serves decent food like cheese platters and flatbread and deviled eggs. But really, you should save your appetite for a corn dog and just order old time drinks that are probably the most expertly mixed in the park. Real bartenders work here. Read more about Carthay Circle Lounge >>

  • Casa Costa Mesa

    820 W. 19th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627

  • Cassidy

    Cassidy's Bar and Grill

    2603 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-8949 Oh, crunchy, fatty bliss that is Cassidy’s cheeseburger: a perfectly toasted bun, patty as thick as your thumb, with large pickles and a smear of secret sauce adding necessary tartness, the cheddar cheese melting so that it looks like plastic but tastes almost silken. They do put a bit too much lettuce, but the resultant crunch reminds you why lettuce is a part of the hamburger equation in the first place—every bite unleashes freshness, adds texture, becomes as refreshing as a wet napkin on the face during a muggy day. There’s no need for fries—a massive bag of Have’A Chip, spiked with their tangy house barbecue sauce, will do. Read more about Cassidy's Bar and Grill >>

  • The Cat & the Custard Cup

    The Cat & the Custard Cup

    800 E. Whittier Blvd. La Habra, CA 90631
    562-694-3812 La Habra's toniest (read: priciest) restaurant: Nothing on the dinner menu is less than $15. Fancy-prepared American food in an English-pub setting (though it's quite a bit larger than a typical English pub). Read more about The Cat & the Custard Cup >>

  • Catalina Bar & Grill

    Catalina Bar & Grill

    6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-466-2210 Catalina Bar & Grill is one of Los Angeles' top jazz clubs, even if it's housed in a decidedly non-glamorous red-brick edifice that looks like a generic Hollywood office building. Once you're inside, though, after entering through the garage in back, the spacious room is much more inviting, with tables decked out in elegant white tablecloths pressed up against a low stage in front of a red velvet curtain. The walls are tastefully decorated with paintings and photos of legendary jazz musicians, and the landmark venue has hosted some of the biggest names in traditional, mainstream jazz, including Chick Corea, Ella Fitzgerald, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Scott, Pharoah Saunders, Jane Monheit, Roy Hargrove, Carmen McRae, Joe Zawinul, Joshua Redman, the Marsalis brothers, and an impressive variety of stellar Carters (Ron, Betty, Benny and even Wonder Woman's Lynda). It's a great place to hear music, although the drinks, admission, valet parking and cover minimums can be quite pricey. The kitchen serves similarly expensive entrees, including trout almondine and shrimp scampi pasta, but most visitors come for the live music instead of the food. All ages. Full bar. Read more about Catalina Bar & Grill >>

  • Cavalier Bar

    417 S. Brookhurst St. Anaheim, CA 92804-2413

    http://Cavalier Bar (417 S. Brookhurst St.)

  • The Cave

    49 S. Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802

    http://Cave 49 (49 S. Pine Ave.)

  • Cedar Creek Inn

    Cedar Creek Inn

    20 Pointe Drive Brea, CA 92821
    714-255-5600 The various Cedar Creeks offer similar menus featuring prime rib, rack of lamb and homemade desserts. The Brie-and-pecan-stuffed chicken breast comes with a creamy pear-sage sauce that draws out the fine, nutty flavor of the pecans. The large butterflied scampi is served with capers and diced Roma tomatoes. And the pot roast is a tribute to hearty northern Midwest German-American cooking. Read more about Cedar Creek Inn >>

  • Cedar Street Courtyard

    Cedar Street Courtyard

    208 W. 4th St. Austin, TX 78701

  • Centerfield Sports Bar & Grill

    Centerfield Sports Bar & Grill

    17296 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92647
    714-848-0113 Located a short driving distance from Huntington Beach's main drag, Centerfield Sports Bar & Grill feels like it's a world away from the teeming downtown scene. Sports other than surfing are king here, and the crowd is well-behaved. The large room's windows are bedecked with handsome wooden shutters, and 20 flat-screen TVs adorn the walls. The respectable offering of brews on tap includes Pyramid Hef, PBR and Longboard ale; a full complement of liquors is also available. Other distractions include three pool tables, the ever-addictive video game Golden Tee and two dartboards. Enthusiasts of this last game might find themselves doing a double take, as the boards at Centerfield are the real deal-totally analog. Read more about Centerfield Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Cha Cha

    Cha Cha's Latin Kitchen

    110 W. Birch St. Brea, CA 92821
    714-255-1040 One guess what the starring spirit is here. Located in the downtown Brea spot once occupied by Market City Cafe, Cha Cha's maintains much of the architectural aesthetic of that eatery. The walls go from exposed brick walls to clean plaster; you can still see the brick arches of the kitchen ovens. But now, the dark wooden shelves lining the beige upper walls of the bar house potted agave plants-because of the theme, see? With 45 different labels on hand, this joint features a wealth of signature tequila-based cocktails. Want something foamier? Go with a Dos Equis, Tecate or Blue Moon from the tap. Distractions such as pool and video games are absent, but Cha Cha's makes up for this with a lively crowd of revelers in addition to projected screenings of classic films such as The Three Amigos on any given night. Tuesdays feature half-off tequilas; happy hour is Sunday through Thursday all day. Salud! Read more about Cha Cha's Latin Kitchen >>

  • Characters


    276 E. First St. Pomona, CA 91766

  • Chaser Saloon

    211 E. Imperial Highway La Habra, CA 90631-7316

    http://Chaser Saloon (211 E. Imperial Highway)

  • The Cherry Pit

    The Cherry Pit

    749 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867

    http://The Cherry Pit (749 W. Katella Ave.) The Cherry Pit may not look like much on the outside-or inside, for that matter, with its low popcorn ceiling and well-worn carpeting-but what makes this dive bar stand out are the strong drinks and the friendly bartenders pouring them. You know you're somewhere special when the staff is so comfortable with their surroundings that they adjust their hair while chatting with patrons from behind the bar. Sociability aside, the Cherry Pit also features two pool tables, one dartboard and a Ping-Pong table. A full liquor selection and a half-dozen draft beers are complemented by a Jägermeister tap and Red Bull fridge, making the Jäger Bomb a house favorite. Read more about The Cherry Pit >>

  • Cinespace


    6356 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028

  • Clancy

    Clancy's Clubhouse

    2191 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-750-7500 Clancy's Clubhouse is the quintessential gentlemen's hangout, and not just because of the buxom, scantily-clad cocktail waitresses serving the drinks. Rather, the distinguishing sports fan is treated to a clean, dark wood-walled pub, with 20 flat-screen TVs. The two pool tables-which rest on aesthetically pleasing, diagonally-cut tiles-are adorned with felt emblazoned with the pub's moniker. There's also an air hockey table, digital jukebox and walls groaning with framed sports memorabilia. Add in a full complement of liquors and 12 beers on tap, including Newcastle, Pyramid Hef and the standard domestics, and you've got one well maintained man cave indeed. Read more about Clancy's Clubhouse >>

  • Clancy

    Clancy's Irish Pub & Restaurant

    803 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-1836 Clancy's is notable among the bars along Long Beach's busy Broadway stretch in that it is endearingly comfy instead of trendy and loud. The fish and chips blunt the effects of Jameson and Guinness, the preferred way to start your evening of merriment with friends. Read more about Clancy's Irish Pub & Restaurant >>

  • The Class of 47

    The Class of 47

    209 Palm St. Balboa, CA 92661
    949-675-5774 Though it's big with the locals, the Class of '47 is the perfect watering hole for anyone who wants to lift a cold one in good, unpretentious company. Distractions abound with pool tables, dartboards, as well as new and vintage video games. Take a trip down memory lane with Centipede, Galaga and Frogger. Decor includes dollar bills across the ceiling spelling out the phrase "No Class." The spot offers a small selection of domestic beers on draft as well as a large selection of bottled brews, including Shock Top, Stella, Pacifico and Red Stripe. The joint also sports a full bar with a rep for serving stiff cocktails. Sundays stop by for some delicious baja tacos by Mr. Taco Guy. The joint also sports a full bar with a rep for serving stiff cocktails. Read more about The Class of 47 >>

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