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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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  • The Falcon

    The Falcon

    1435 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-4146 The Falcon is teeny, but when you're looking for a cozy neighborhood spot, that's a good thing. The unimposing entrance on the eponymous Falcon Avenue is just north of Broadway, a hot spot for gay nightlife in Long Beach. Though it's known as a gay bar, the little dive's crowd is far from exclusively LGBT. Absent the usual gay-bar garish decorations, the Falcon favors dim lighting, a pitched wooden roof and slowly twirling ceiling fans, plus a full bar, seven TVs, a jukebox and a dart board. On Saturdays, there's a $1 (yes, that's right: $1) beer bust from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Domestics such as Blue Moon and Pyramid sell for $3.75, and imports are $4.50. Domestic drafts cost $2.50, while imported drafts are $4, as are well drinks. The happy hour stretches from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Father

    Father's Pub & Grub

    13912 Ponderosa St. Santa Ana, CA 92705

    If you're mining for a good dive-bar experience, Father's in Santa Ana is a hidden gem. The tiny watering hole is rumored to have been at this spot for the past 15 years, some say as many as 50 years. It's definitely off the beaten path: Blink while driving down 17th Street and you'll miss the turn for the strip mall housing it. But once inside you'll be rewarded with friendly banter from warm-hearted barmaids and a nice collection of draft beers. The interior is unremarkable-small, dimly lit, linoleum floors, an unvarnished wooden bar top and a steer skull hanging over the bar. There are only two flat-screen TVs-this place saves the frills for its beer selection, which includes Blue Moon, Bass, Stella and Widmer Hefeweizen. Cool distractions include a solitary pool table and jukebox. A small stage at the back of the room features live bands. Go on a Wednesday afternoon when Yvonne is working the bar. She'll card you (which might be insulting or flattering-depending), but it's only so she can ask you what you want to drink by using your first name. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Federal Bar

    102 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802

  • Festival Hall

    220 E. 3rd St. Santa Ana, CA 92701-4824

  • Fifteens Cocktails

    Fifteens Cocktails

    8901 Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92804
    714-826-2040 Though it's in a small strip mall, Fifteens Cocktails is, in a word, cavernous. The large wood-floored space supports several cocktail tables with stools and is outfitted with two bar areas serving a wide assortment of hard liquors. There's also a small selection of beers on tap including Bud Light, Coors Light and Widmer's Hefeweizen. The spot is popular with a young crowd, due in no small part to its large dance floor. DJs typically stick to house music, making for lots of rump-rattling, but if dancing isn't your thing, the back of the bar offers three pool tables and four dart boards. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Fig & Olive

    Fig & Olive

    151 Newport Ctr Dr Newport Beach, CA 92660

  • Fire & Ice

    Fire & Ice

    321 W. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92802

    Fire & Ice lives up to its name both with its ultra-modern décor and and color scheme as well as cool cocktails featuring the burn of good booze. This joint, located in the Garden Walk near the Disney resort features a well-rounded liquor offering, starting with its draft beer selection, which, though small, sports a nice collection of labels including Blue Moon, Guinness and Fat Tire. There's a full bar with a large assortment of tequilas, rums and vodkas-perfect for mixing frilly cocktails. And as if all this weren't enough, there's also a moderate wine selection and massive bottled beer offering. The small space is outfitted with red, sculpturesque wood cutouts juxtaposed with a bar top supported by blue mosaic tile pillars and backsplash. Three flat-screen TVs adorn the walls, and for those who enjoy singing while smoking, there's a large outdoor patio with tons of heat lamps arranged around a roaring fire pit. Here the DJ spins Pat Beneath and Kenny Rogers jams ready for butchering by drunken karaoke fans. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Fish Bucket

    The Fish Bucket

    34091 La Plaza Dana Point, CA 92629

    An adjunct to Hennessey's Tavern, this joint serves fish and chips, as well as cheap tacos on Tuesday nights like just about every place else in town. Get the blackened fish tacos, for one, then the shrimp, and then order another pint, and finally, the nachos, which are as big as the water tower outside. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Five Vines Wine Bar

    31761 Camino Capistrano San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

  • The Fling

    The Fling

    2370 N. Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705
    714-547-8972 For better or worse, this little dive is a legendary among local patrons and all that pass through it. Descriptors range from "epic" to "disastrous," but a vast majority manage to agree that if you enter the premises without a stick up your ass, it has the fantastic ability to grow on you. Open at 6 a.m., this place is overflowing with stiff liquor at dirt cheap prices. On the weekends you can catch some of the best cover bands in town, belting away to the likes of Tom Collins and Journey. But be forewarned, this place is usually crowded past capacity on weekends, so unless you dig being shoulder to shoulder with friendly (yet unfamiliar) strangers it's best to visit the Fling during less busy hours. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Focus Tuesdays at Tapas

    Focus Tuesdays at Tapas

    4253 Martingale Way Newport Beach, CA 92660

  • The Fonda Theatre

    The Fonda Theatre

    6126 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-464-0808 The longtime Hollywood theater first opened in 1926 as the Carter DeHaven Music Box Theatre and featured such legendary performers as Fanny Brice, Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, James Cagney and Marlene Dietrich. In the ensuing decades, the theater had several name changes and reappeared in various incarnations. In the 1980s, the Spanish Colonial-style venue was renamed as the Henry Fonda Theater before undergoing renovations and reopening in the 2007 as the Music Box at the Fonda. In 2010, the name was shortened to the Music Box after the place was refurbished with glittery new fixtures and mural-size classical-style paintings. In 2012, there was yet another change, with the local concert promoters Goldenvoice taking over the Music Box and renaming it the Fonda Theatre. Currently, the Fonda hosts concerts, dance nights, awards shows and special events. The Kills, Gogol Bordello, Cults, the Dresden Dolls, Gang of Four, Ariel Pink, Os Mutantes, Television, Concrete Blonde, Jenny & Johnny, the New York Dolls and Turbonegro are among the diverse musicians who've graced the theater's large stage. Smoking is permitted only on the upstairs outdoors patio. The theater has several full bars. All ages. Street and lot parking. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Foxfire Restaurant

    Foxfire Restaurant

    5717 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road Anaheim, CA 92807
    714-974-5400 We’ve all heard the stories, the anecdotes, the not-so-secret reputation of Foxfire as the hallowed hunting grounds for the species of woman known as the cougar. On Friday and Saturday evenings, when the torch above the building is ablaze, they come, as if answering a tribal call to battle. They use the cover of night, ceremonially garbed in slinky dresses two sizes too small (but that’s exactly the point), to stalk and pounce on their prey---anyone with a Y-chromosome whose inhibitions have been compromised by the cheap alcohol. Go during dinner, if only to get the club cover charge waived. The servers are as warm, attentive and as professional as those vests would suggest. An appetizer of crispy battered shrimp with vanilla sauce was eerily similar to the Chinese banquet staple of honey-glazed walnut shrimp. A salty, wine-based, mushroom and garlic sauce saved the New York steak, the reduction doing what it was meant to do: acting as the concealing layer of make-up hiding any flaws that might have been present in the meat—an analogy that can be applied to the crowd that congregates at the club every night. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Fraternity House

    Fraternity House

    8112 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92844

    Frat House is one of only four all-gay, all-the-time bars in Orange County. Nestled off the 22, this inconspicuous watering hole hosts tranny-fierce drag shows, spicy Latin nights, and Hot "Go-Go Boyz" entertaining throughout the week. Dance the night away under the disco balls or rack up a game on one of the two pool tables. All of the DJs double as video Djs projecting images on the TVs in the bar and a screen behind the dance floor. Frat house also has an impressive liquor collection. It has one of the largest selections of spirits in So Cal (easily 600 varieties). Flavored vodka, numerous tequilas, Jager on tap; Frat House has a sip of booze for every type of thirst. Saturday night is the best night to party, but the house pops all weekend long. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Fritz That

    Fritz That's Too

    710 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-978-1828 Forget the rather clumsy name: Fritz That’s Too in Anaheim is, tops down, the best strip club, dance club, gentleman's club, titty joint, whatever in Orange County. It's also hard to beat the location: just a few blocks from Angel Stadium and a short drive from Disneyland. Flat-screen TVs ring the perimeter of the dance floor, so if you get tired of boobies and writhing, serpentine-like bodies, you can keep track of whatever sports event is going on. It has a decent menu for a strip club—everything from New York steaks to burgers—and the drink prices are damn affordable: domestic drafts $4, import drafts $5 and well cocktails starting at 6 p.m. (There is a $10 cover charge at night, and you will be constantly hounded by the dancers for lap and table dances, but c'mon, it's a strip club, dance club, gentleman's club, titty joint, whatever!) And it's old enough to qualify as an institution: The staff of the Anaheim Bulletin, the last afternoon daily newspaper in Orange County until the early '90s, was regularly there as far back as 1988. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>