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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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  • Habana


    2930 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-556-0176 This restaurant features your standard Cuban fare-everything from succulent mango pulled pork to plantain-crusted chicken sandwiches-and more gourmet offerings such as osso bucco, but the best stuff on the menu are the drinks. Whether you prefer a white sangria or a mojito or a crisp Stella Artois from the fully stocked bar inside, there's no better place to drain them than Habana's outdoor patio. It's tastefully shaded from the afternoon sun by market umbrellas and the surrounding drought-resistant California-native plants, offering a relaxing respite from the hustle and bustle of corporate Orange County. It's also a perfect spot to share a nightcap with a friend or cozy up with an after-dinner cappuccino by candlelight-when the skies darken, your table bathes in the light of hundreds of them. Read more about Habana >>

  • Hal

    Hal's Bar & Grill

    1349 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291
    310-396-3105 Restaurant and full bar. No cover/min. Read more about Hal's Bar & Grill >>

  • Hamburger Mary

    Hamburger Mary's

    330 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-7900 What's louder at Hamburger Mary's: the crowd or the décor? That's a tough one. Regardless of volume, Hamburger Mary's is not for the faint of heart, with its popular Blue Boy burger and goblet-sized Texas Margarita. Mary's pulls double duty, starting the day as a restaurant and transitioning to a nightclub sometime after the dinner rush. This is a gay establishment, hosting nights for boys, girls and everyone in between. "Kub Kamp," a bear night for fellas with more to love, is one of the more popular nights. Equipped with a full bar (dig the upturned mannequin legs) and a modest selection of beers, Hamburger Mary's features "all the time" drink specials, including $3 Bud Light drafts, $4 well drinks and $5 martinis. The Sunday-morning brunch and drag show also draws a crowd. Everyone loves a queen and mimosas. Read more about Hamburger Mary's >>

  • Hammer Workshop & Bar

    440 S Anaheim Blvd Anaheim, CA 92805

    http://Hammer Workshop & Bar (440 S Anaheim Blvd)

  • The Happy Hour

    12081 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92843

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    1000 Universal Studios Blvd. Universal City, CA 91608

  • Harvelle

    Harvelle's Santa Monica

    1432 Fourth St. Santa Monica, CA 90401
    310-395-1676 Down-home Westside music nightspot since 1931; best to arrive early on weekends to avoid long lines. Full bar. Over 21. Read more about Harvelle's Santa Monica >>

  • Harvelle

    Harvelle's Long Beach

    201 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-239-3700 Those in search of Harvelle's Long Beach location must descend through a musty staircase leading to a space underneath Congregation Ale House. Here, guests are greeted by a dark room with hardwood floors, and plush red booths accented by moody red lighting. The full bar features a respectable offering of beers on tap including Smithwicks, Alagash Ale, Heineken and Sierra Nevada. Nightly distractions come in the way of music and burlesque events featuring an eclectic mix of top-shelf artists from indie band the Vespertines to hillbilly band Jeff & His Musical Chumbuckets. Read more about Harvelle's Long Beach >>

  • Hashigo Korean Kitchen

    Hashigo Korean Kitchen

    3033 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-557-4911 A great spot to grab a drink during your lunch break. While Korean food is the main event here, Hashigo is no slouch when it comes to booze. Here they serve up an impressive array of imported bottled beers and as well as sakes. Have a Heineken, or be a little adventurous and try a Hite lager. The number one selling brew in Korea, it features a sweeter taste and less head than most westerners are used to. Goes down smooth. Read more about Hashigo Korean Kitchen >>

  • Heat Ultra Lounge

    Heat Ultra Lounge

    321 W. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-776-4328 Heat Ultra Lounge is an upscale venue boasting over 10,000 square feet of space to shake your ass like Monday morning is never going to come. The decor aims for a European-style urban chic and there are plenty of plush booths available to help you pace yourself between the hours of 10 and 2. Heat is equipped with a multi-million dollar state-of-the-art sound system, two distinct dance rooms, and a roster of international DJs to keep the music pumping all night long. Read more about Heat Ultra Lounge >>

  • Hedz or Tales

    Hedz or Tales

    211 E. Imperial Highway La Habra, CA 90631

    http://Hedz or Tales (211 E. Imperial Highway) Hedz or Tales is a bar known for its $5 pitchers, hospitable bar staff and groups of regulars. The afternoon crowd is made up of employees from nearby businesses seeking an ice-cold Stella after a hard day's work. Barmaid Leanne's attentive service keeps them coming back; usually working afternoons, she makes a point of chatting with each person who walks through the door. The simple, concrete-floored bar is unusually well-lit for a dive, and there is a large smoking patio with its own pool table. In addition to the beer selection, Hedz or Tales features a full bar, and patrons man the jukebox, usually mixing up the old-school jams (think Al Green and Mary Jane Girls). The night crowd varies depending on live events and the bands playing; weekend DJs draw in a younger clientele, while some of the cover bands bring the older set. Read more about Hedz or Tales >>

  • Hennessey

    Hennessey's Tavern

    213 Ocean Ave. Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-494-2743 Hennessey's Tavern makes a conscious effort to emphasize the classic feel-good ambiance of a warm Irish pub. You won't find any sexy lighting or kitschy chandeliers in this establishment; just beer, whiskey, and thrifty weeknight specials. The crowd ranges from your typical college crowd to the older, more affluent patrons of Laguna Beach's downtown artists' district. The top floor boasts a second sizable bar and a cozy, well-worn dance floor where you can cut loose to some live Irish band music after 10 p.m. Read more about Hennessey's Tavern >>

  • Hennessey

    Hennessey's Tavern

    34111 La Plaza Dana Point, CA 92629
    949-488-0121 Try the tuna melt sandwich--and bottomless iced teas, delivered by genial servers who understand you don?t have all day to wait for the check. Read more about Hennessey's Tavern >>

  • Hennessey

    Hennessey's Tavern

    143 Main St. Seal Beach, CA 90740
    562-598-6456 Though there is an ample offering of watering holes along Seal Beach's quaint downtown, Hennessey's Grill is among the most inviting. The establishment offers quiet dining in a warm Irish-pub atmosphere. With its large sandstones and black Romanesque columns, the impressive-looking full bar offers a modest selection of beers on tap, including the robust Mirror Pond Pale Ale and the house's Irish dark. The latter has the color of Guinness, with a flavor that is remarkably light. Read more about Hennessey's Tavern >>

  • Henry

    Henry's Bar & Grill

    10549 Stanford Ave. Garden Grove, CA 92840
    714-537-9884 Though difficult to find, Henry's Bar and Grill has plenty of hole-in-the-wall charm, wedged as it is next to a pair of automotive-repair shops and surrounded by a residential neighborhood in Garden Grove. The joint offers 10 draft beers, a small variety of bottled beers and a moderate liquor selection. Beyond the single pool table, dartboard and several flat-screen TVs hung around the room, entertainment can be found in reading the bathroom-stall-style messages scrawled in chalk on the back wall and on dollar bills taped to the ceiling. Henry's offers different drink specials every day, with beers going for as little as $1.50. Read more about Henry's Bar & Grill >>

  • The Highlands

    The Highlands

    6801 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-461-9850 Clubs run to 3 a.m.; over 21; covers vary. Read more about The Highlands >>

  • Hinano Cafe

    Hinano Cafe

    15 W. Washington Blvd. Venice, CA 90292
    310-822-3902 Burgers and Beer at the Beach… That pretty much says it all about Hinano. We’ve been serving world-famous burgers and cold beers just steps from the Venice Beach pier since 1962. Notorious for being Jim Morrison’s favorite Venice hangout (he carved his name in the window box), Hinano is that rare local bar for people from all over the world. It’s also a cool place to duck into out of the sun…and then stay till the wee hours. We have a good selection of beer on tap served in frosty mugs and pitchers or in icy bottles. Three pool tables, free popcorn, a great jukebox and full college and NFL cable sports package (and plenty of screens) make Hinano Cafe a good time just waiting to happen. We feature live L.A. bands Friday through Sunday night. Happy Hour: 4-8 PM Monday through Friday. Daily drink specials. Five buck breakfast 8 AM – 12 noon, seven days-a-week. Hinano is CASH ONLY. We serve beer and wine (no liquor). You must be 21 to enter. Read more about Hinano Cafe >>

  • The Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill

    The Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill

    6122 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-466-9917 This intimate live-music bar and restaurant is tucked into the Gower Gulch mini-mall, which was once the stellar nexus of early Tinseltown history. These days, the club presents a similarly stellar assortment of top-flight jazz musicians, as well as comedy, blues, flamenco and pop showcases. Presented by Dolores Peterson, the club's signature weekly open mic features such redoubtable jazz vets as pianist-leader Karen Hernandez, bassist Tony Dumas and drummer Ralph Penland backing up sometimes heavy surprise guests. And yet, located at the busy intersection of Sunset Boulevard and the aptly named El Centro Avenue in the heart of Hollywood, the room's vibe is convivial and calming instead of brassy and showy. Booths along the wall and small tables on the wooden floor face a low stage wedged in the corner, where the performers hover palpably close to diners. Black-&-white photos of legendary musicians are framed on wood-paneled walls, while the booths are adorned with elaborate touches like semi-circular, inverted-pyramid-shaped Art Deco-style lamps. The cover and minimums vary but are generally low, with some drinks and entrees priced moderately higher. Chef Juan Mercado's continental menu includes favorites like spinach quesadilla, gazpacho and the salmon mango salad. The restaurant has a small outdoor patio, and, in a true Hollywood rarity, free parking in the mini-mall's lot. Full bar. Read more about The Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill >>

  • Hookups Hookah Lounge

    Hookups Hookah Lounge

    24412 Muirlands Blvd. Lake Forest, CA 92630
    949-586-0083 Hookups Hookah Lounge in Lake Forest is known for having the best hookah flavors in town. You can start with the classics like Exotic Apple, Exotic Strawberry and Exotic Mint. Or try one (or two or three) of over 200 famous and original mixes like Bobo Slam, Crazy Kasey, Blind Date, Ex in Texas, First Timer, Cactus Cooler, Sweet Sabrina, Arabian Sami, Banana Split and many many more! Our lounge is full of atmosphere and ambiance, perfect for relaxing and socializing. With the great quality and service, we serve a genuine smile along with a variety of cold soft drinks, fresh coffee, and tea. Also we offer low prices for hookahs, hookah accessories, and flavored tobacco. Read more about Hookups Hookah Lounge >>

  • Hooters


    2438 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-634-9464 Home of the double entendre, the Hooters chain has become an American icon over the course of its short life. Founded in Florida during the glorious 1980s, the company with a hooting owl for a logo boasts its own magazine, a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, and famous alumni like Hugh Hefner's former girlfriend Holly Madison. The Hooters girls at each of the 450 locations are the heart and soul (or is it the "T and A"?) of the company; from the American Midwest to the Czech Republic to Tokyo, every girl sports the same bright orange short-shorts, flesh-colored pantyhose and white sneakers. Perhaps it could be the food that keeps loyal Orange County customers coming back. The menu focuses on chicken wings, with sauces ranging from mild to atomic, but there are also seasoned curly fries, shrimp, oysters, crab legs, burgers, and sandwiches, along with plenty of televisions tuned to whatever's going on in the sports world. Check out your local Hooters on Voice Places. Read more about Hooters >>

  • HopScotch


    136 E. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832

  • The Hotel Cafe

    The Hotel Cafe

    1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-461-2040 This live-music bar is more than just an inviting room for singer-songwriters to muse on their broken Hollywood dreams, half-baked romantic schemes and all that sort of stuff. The Hotel Cafe has become so synonymous with a certain style of mainstream yet high-level pop music that it annually presents its own national tour featuring folks like Cary Brothers. Other past performers and longtime regulars include such tunesmiths as Jesca Hoop, Meiko, John Mayer, Nellie McKay, Weezer, Jim Bianco, Terra Naomi, Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard, Dar Williams, Pegi Young and Concrete Blonde's Johnette Napolitano. Since 2000, the former small coffeehouse, located just south of Hollywood Boulevard, has expanded into two rooms with full bars. The glittery front bar evokes a vintage Tinseltown hotel lobby, while the second and larger room is darker, with spherical hanging lamps casting a muted glow over a low stage and a stark red-velvet curtain. The cafe's menu includes paninis, salads, quesadillas and, in a nod to its coffeehouse past, a range of espresso specialties. Ages 21 & over. Read more about The Hotel Cafe >>

  • House of Blues Sunset Strip

    House of Blues Sunset Strip

    8430 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069
    323-848-5100 The Porch at The House of Blues, only open for dinner, is as colorful as the building: Red curtains pulled back under open doorways, red-and-yellow ceilings, and walls with funky designs. The Southern-style fare of chicken-fried chicken, cajun meatloaf, and creole seafood jambalaya ranges from $10-$25 dollars. Read more about House of Blues Sunset Strip >>

  • House of Eden

    House of Eden

    1189 E. Ash Ave. Fullerton, CA 92831
    714-447-0692 A sign outside House of Eden, formerly Cali Girls, formerly Cherries, boasts that it's the best little topless bar in all So Cal-a bold statement that may elicit argument, but certainly a worthy destination for those who appreciate half-naked girls and stiff drinks. A $5 cover charge after 6 p.m. gets revelers access to a nice selection of draft and bottle beers, including Shock Top, Budweiser, Hefeweizen, Blue Moon and Dos Equis, as well as a decent selection of liquors. The girls here are friendly without the relentless hustling for cash sometimes found at other such venues. Large booths in the back of the bar allow for semi-private dances when not too crowded. Read more about House of Eden >>

  • The Huddle

    The Huddle

    741 Baker St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

    http://The Huddle (741 Baker St.) The Huddle is a bar in Costa Mesa. It's an OC staple, cool enough to attract Costa Mesa hipsters yet unpretentious enough to cater to obvious transplants sporting workshirts with un-ironic cut-off sleeves, cowboy hats and beer bellies. Young, old, shitfaced and composed: All are welcome at the Huddle--if you're brave enough to venture past the neighboring sex shop and through the bar's windowless, concrete façade. But it's such a hospitable, comfy place, with cheap booze and open pool tables, that all folks come in and have a great time. Read more about The Huddle >>

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