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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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  • Classique Limo

    1227 W. Trenton Ave. Orange, CA 92867

  • The Cliff Restaurant & Bar

    The Cliff Restaurant & Bar

    577 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-494-1956

    http://www.thecliffrestaurant.com Visit the Cliff Restaurant & Bar in Laguna and get an idea of what Jimmy Buffett was singing about in the song Margaritaville. Literally perched atop an ocean cliff and adjacent to PCH, this spot affords sweeping ocean vistas in addition to salty, chilly tequila-based cocktails. The barroom is small and octagonal in shape, with a concrete floor and several small tables, above which hang under a couple of surfboards. The windows and doors are usually opened to allow the summer breeze to flood through while ceiling fans twirl overhead. The bar serves a small selection of draft beers such as Drifter and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale as well as Shock Top. On a sunny day, sit out on the patio under blue umbrellas and enjoy the view of sun worshipers below, and squadrons of pelicans above. Read more about The Cliff Restaurant & Bar >>

  • Cliff

    Cliff's Hideaway

    5442 Orangethorpe Ave. La Palma, CA 90623
    714-521-7883

    http://Cliff's Hideaway (5442 Orangethorpe Ave.) Cliff's Hideaway is a typical dive bar: tucked into a corner of a strip mall, dimly lit, filled with locals and home to heavily poured cocktails-perhaps the doing of the "Bartender Psycho" referred to on the warning sign behind the bar. Cliff's features a wide selection of liquors, six draft beers and about a dozen bottled brews. Drink specials are written on a dry-erase board near the front door and change sporadically, with cocktails going for as low as $2. The wood-panel walls, dingy green carpet, rickety barstools, dartboards and dented billiards table give Cliff's the feel of somebody's converted-garage game room-as do the scattering of flat-screen and tube TVs. Read more about Cliff's Hideaway >>

  • Club 149

    Club 149

    149 Linden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-901-9090

    http://www.club149.com Pretty much anyone who has spent a sizable amount of time in North County has heard of this near-historic hangout. Suffering its ups and downs, the Basement Lounge got its start as an ultra hip subterranean nightclub, but ran into some legal issues a few years back regarding some sexy parties... and we'll pretty much leave it at that. Now under new management, the Basement Lounge (officially Club 149) is back and making its comeback. The Lounge, although still cramped as ever, strives for style with greater accessibility than ever before. You can catch everything from poetry readings to DJ sets within its walls, so if you're looking for a sleek venue with a dash of intellect, this is the place to be. Read more about Club 149 >>

  • Club 33

    Club 33

    1313 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92804
    714-781-4033

    http://www.disneylandclub33.com/index.html Only card-carrying Club 33 members and their guests can enter this exclusive club, located in the bowels of Disneyland. The all-you-can-eat buffet is by far the best in all the land of Disney, which, in itself, isn't saying much. But you can be legally shit-faced here instead of telling park security your soda fermented as they throw you into the Magic Kingdom's drunk tank. Read more about Club 33 >>

  • Club 33

    33 Rue Royale, New Orleans Square, Disneyland Anaheim, CA 92803
    714-781-4033

    Only card-carrying Club 33 members and their guests can enter this exclusive club, located in the bowels of Disneyland. The all-you-can-eat buffet is by far the best in all the land of Disney, which, in itself, isn?t saying much. But you can be legally shit-faced here instead of telling park security your soda fermented as they throw you into Disneyland?s drunk tank. Read more about Club 33 >>

  • Club Fais Do-Do

    Club Fais Do-Do

    5257 W. Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016
    323-931-4636

    http://www.faisdodo.com Fais Do-Do is a Cajun dance party, as well as a phrase used by mothers to tell their infants to go to sleep. The Mid-City nightclub Fais Do-Do is very much a raging Cajun dance party, and a whole lot more besides, with its large bar and adjoining ballroom hosting a dizzying array of music and theater events. Based in a former bank building that was built in an Art Deco style in 1930, the club is now one of the main centers of nightlife in the Mid-City area once known as the Sugar Hill District. In the past, stellar musicians like John Coltrane, Billy Preston and the late Sam Cooke used to hang out here. More recently, a wide variety of influential rappers (including Scarub and 2Mex), Latin rockers (Quetzal), and world, jazz and blues musicians have made their mark on its stage. A large dance floor gives way to a wooden stage in the corner. A balcony above the bar looks down on the dance floor and toward the stage. The bar serves beer and wine, and the age limit is usually 21 & over. Street parking available. Read more about Club Fais Do-Do >>

  • Club Lucky Presents, Inc.

    Club Lucky Presents, Inc.

    1530 S. Disneyland Drive Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-778-2583

    http://www.clubluckypresents.com Twice a month, Downtown Disney's House of Blues manages to snatch the title of "Happiest Place on Earth" when it plays host to Club Lucky: Orange County's premier 18+ gay dance club. This month, Club Lucky will hold a special Halloween Bash that will have 1,000 strapping studs dancing the night away to DJ Zach Moos as he spins the best of hip-hop, dance and Top 40. If that's not enough to pique your interest, mix a few topless go-go boys and a cabaret show into the equation and you've got a club that lives up to its name! Read more about Club Lucky Presents, Inc. >>

  • Club Nokia

    Club Nokia

    800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015
    213-765-7000

    http://www.clubnokia.com Part of downtown's L.A. Live complex, this large club has a capacity of 2,300, with a VIP bar and a balcony overlooking the floor. Compared to the Nokia Theatre, the larger, neighboring venue across the plaza, Club Nokia is relatively intimate, with good sight lines and a great sound system. Longtime local promoter Goldenvoice books a variety of rock, pop, Latin and cultural events. Among the performers who've appeared on its large stage are Cyndi Lauper, X, the New York Dolls, Tyga, Public Image Ltd., Madness, Lalah Hathaway, Coldplay, Big Sean, Wu-Tang Clan, M83 and Black Star. All ages. Read more about Club Nokia >>

  • Club Rio Valsas

    851 W. Barkley Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-516-9310

    http://Club Rio Valsas (851 W. Barkley Ave.)

  • Club Ripples

    Club Ripples

    5101 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-433-0357

    http://www.clubripples.com

  • Club Samba

    245 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-508-4504

    http://www.clubsamba.com

  • Club Unique

    1233 S. Brookhurst St. Anaheim, CA 92804-5418
    714-772-1979

    http://Club Unique (1233 S. Brookhurst St.)

  • Cock N Bull Pub

    Cock N Bull Pub

    2947 Lincoln Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405
    310-399-9696

    http://www.cocknbullbritishpub.com

  • Cohiba Nightclub and Cigar Lounge

    Cohiba Nightclub and Cigar Lounge

    110 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-491-5220

    http://www.cohibalongbeach.com A flight of stairs off Broadway leads the way to Cohiba, a fixture of the Pine Avenue nightclub scene. This establishment is sectioned into three rooms: a chill lounge, an entertaining live-music venue and popping nightclub. The largest space is 90 percent dance floor; its stage hosts reggae tunes on Sunday nights. Each room has at least one wall of oversized windows offering a view of the bustling nightlife and the breathtaking LBC skyline.Moderately priced drinks are available from two separate bars. The smallest room hosts DJs ranging in style from house to hip-hop. The mid-sized room rocks a cigar lounge selling a nice selection of stogies. Patrons can smoke in the lounge while taking in the game on TV or playing on one of the three pool tables. Guest lists and cover charges vary by night and promoter. Read more about Cohiba Nightclub and Cigar Lounge >>

  • Colony

    Colony

    1743 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-525-2450

    http://www.thecolonyla.com The Colony may be the closest some of us will ever get to the Hamptons. Majorly renovated from its previous guise as the Asian oasis White Lotus, this nearly 13,000-square-foot Hollywood space is the largest venue taken on by nightlife superpower SBE (Industry, XIV, SLS, Hyde, the Abbey) and the outfit seems determined to make use of the space in a very big way, outdoing their other venues in the process. The indoor-outdoor nightclub has boardwalk-style wood-plank floors, oversized sliding wood doors, a big dance floor, and modern beach house- style couches and booths - some of which don't even require bottle service to use! No "real" food is served at Colony, but signature items include "Sushi Gelatin snacks": vodka-infused gelatin wrapped in fruit nori, liquor-infused fruit sliced thin, and
 Asian spoons with gelatin spheres. Read more about Colony >>

  • The Comedy & Magic Club

    The Comedy & Magic Club

    1018 Hermosa Ave. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
    310-372-1193

    http://www.comedyandmagicclub.com

  • The Comedy Store

    The Comedy Store

    8433 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069
    323-650-6225

    http://www.thecomedystore.com Some say West Hollywood's famous Comedy Store is haunted – reports abound of footsteps when there’s no one around, lights flickering or turning off and on and freezing cold spots in the middle of an otherwise warm room. But whether you believe in ghosts or not, this WeHo staple will have you guffawing seven nights a week, with some of the biggest names in comedy performing regularly. Tickets aren’t always cheap but they’re always worth it. Read more about The Comedy Store >>

  • Commonwealth Lounge

    Commonwealth Lounge

    112 E. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-525-8888

    http://fullerton.commonwealthlounge.com/ This downtown spot has successfully separated itself from the herd of local sud-slingers with unique aesthetic flourishes. Remarkably, the bar itself is table high, and patrons are seated in cushy, broad-backed chairs. The recessed liquor shelves feature opaque surfaces through which constantly changing colors shine and the tin ceiling is embellished with stamped floral patterns. The bar staff mixes up a menagerie of martinis from classic to watermelon as well as other alcoholic concoctions. However, local beer lovers will be delighted to know the lounge serves a tasty micro-number from Placentia's The Bruery, a spicy summer ale called Trade Winds. DJs regularly spin salsa, soul and funk and include appearances from KCRW's own Jeremy Sole as well as resident DJ Bobby Soul. More known for its great music and beautifully lit lounge than its food, although one could imagine Sinatra eating here if he was into artisan flatbreads. Read more about Commonwealth Lounge >>

  • Concourse Entertainment Center

    Concourse Entertainment Center

    3364 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-666-2695

    http://www.concoursebowling.com The beauty of Kingpin's Bar, located inside the Concourse Entertainment Center, is its wealth of recreational opportunities. The bar is equipped with two pool tables and several flat-screen TVs, as well as a massive big-screen. Bartenders pour from a full complement of liquors, and a great selection of beers on tap including: Lost Coast Apricot Wheat, Oatmeal Stout and Hoegaarden Belgian White Ale. For those interested in something a little tamer, Bud Light and the always-delicious wheat-ale Shock Top is available as well. Best of all, the bar is a stone's throw from 40 lanes of bowling. Patrons can shell out extra dough to have multiple lanes enclosed with plush red curtains and be personally attended to by pretty cocktail waitresses. On Friday and Saturday nights, you'll find cosmic bowling, with hip-hop and rock & roll bumped through the state-of-the art sound system. But be forewarned, these nights can get crowded. Luckily, there's a bar at the ready to keep you occupied while you wait for a lane. Happy hour happens Mondays from 2p.m. to closing and Tuesday through Friday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Read more about Concourse Entertainment Center >>

  • Congregation Ale House

    Congregation Ale House

    201 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-2337

    http://www.congregationalehouse.com Congregation, which is part of a mini chain of beer bars with other “chapters” in Azusa and Pasadena, has a church theme; but it’s done with just enough tongue-in-cheekiness it bypasses blasphemy and becomes nothing more than good-natured satire. A “collection plate” next to the register is actually the tip jar. Happy Hours are called “Mass,” with a late-night one called “Midnight Mass.” And flitting about the room in fetishistic Catholic-schoolgirl uniforms with pleated skirts hitched up scandalously far above the knee are servers who’ll offer to top off your soda. But if it’s water you want, you get it yourself at a “Holy Water” station. Religious kidding aside, Congregation is all business everywhere else. It’s downright liturgical in charging only $7 to $8 for the holy trinity of foods that go well with beer: sausage sandwiches, burgers and pizza. This place understands that people who are willing to queue up to order food in a bar like this aren’t interested in anything fancier than what they can hold in their hands or eat with their fingers. Read more about Congregation Ale House >>

  • Cook

    Cook's Corner

    19152 Santiago Canyon Rd Coto De Caza, CA 92610
    949-858-0266

    http://www.cookscorners.com/ Swing by this remote spot on a weekend, and the first thing you'll notice is the omnipresent odor of leather-if you didn't already spot the rows upon rows of hogs out front. Cook's Corner is a Trabuco Canyon staple, hosting biker rallies it teems with motorcycle-club members, weekend warriors and bald, tattoo-faced riders straight out of central casting. Inside the ramshackle roadhouse is a bar featuring a modest selection of brews on tap, including Fat Tire, PBR and Pyramid Hefeweizen. There's also a sizable selection of bottled beers, running the gamut from Miller to Dos Equis. There's often live entertainment on the large patio and weekly bike-accessory bazaars. To top it off, Cook's is cradled within a verdant valley on the southern border of the Santa Ana Mountains, arguably the most scenic wilderness area in Orange County. Read more about Cook's Corner >>

  • The Copper Door

    The Copper Door

    225 1/2 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701
    714-543-3813

    http://thecopperdoorbar.com/ Santa Ana hipster bar The Copper Door represents a new level in ironic minimalism. Lit only by the dancing flames of candles, the spartan room is elegantly outfitted with a few picnic-style tables arranged end to end, a stage and two pool tables. If you're looking for fancy cocktails, you won't find them here, just scads of fancy craft beer. Try a Doghead Fish Ale, Uinta Wyld Organic Pale Ale, or a Chimay Triple White. But beware: many of these brews are up to nine-percent alcohol and pack a punch. Depending on how ironic you want things to get, they also serve PBR. Nightly entertainment includes live music from folk, indie and blues bands including such artists as Nicole Vaughn and Jeramiah Red. Read more about The Copper Door >>

  • Corner Office

    Corner Office

    580 Anton Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-979-9922

    http://www.cornerofficesportsbar.com To say there are a lot of TVs at Corner Office would be an understatement: Affixed to the walls are 15 flat-screens accompanied by eight projection screens as well as individual TVs linked to the bar's satellite feed at the end of every booth in the room. The joint is decorated like a sports bar, with NFL helmets lining the walls, jerseys hanging from the ceiling and beer signs covering every other available inch of wall space. The bar features four liquor-dispensing cold taps, serving up Jägermeister, two types of tequila, whiskey and vodka. They also feature a full liquor selection, a minimal variety of house wines and 12 beers on tap (including Pabst Blue Ribbon, available for the ironic beer drinker). Happy hour is Monday through Friday, 4 to 7 p.m., with domestic draft pints, house wines and well drinks for $3.50. Read more about Corner Office >>

  • Corner Pocket

    Corner Pocket

    10781 Dale Ave. Stanton, CA 90680
    714-952-1437

    http://www.cornerpocketoc.com/ The Corner Pocket is a bar in Stanton. The lowslung dive is a glorious time capsule of the 1980s, down to the shitty country music, cottage-cheese ceiling and cutouts of naked Playboy models in the men's room that find all the Bunnys shaved down to a wispy landing strip per the preference of yuppies. It's in an industrial area just down the street from Orco Block's headquarters and a block away from the awesomely named Standustrial Street. Right next door is the ever-growing Bethel Romanian Pentecostal Church, who'd no doubt try to save some souls at the Corner Pocket if they knew the fun going on inside. For here is rollicking beauty, the type of place where hipsters stay away in terror because this is working-class Orange County at its gnarliest. In other words? Stanton. Read more about Corner Pocket >>

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