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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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  • Madeleine


    103 Santa Isabel Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92627-1508

    http://Madeleine (103 Santa Isabel Ave.)

  • Mai Tai Bar

    Mai Tai Bar

    97 Aquarium Way Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-1200 The Mai Tai Bar is known for its relaxed atmosphere, tasty appetizers and gorgeous view of Rainbow Harbor. The open-air patio overlooks the water and offers the perfect environment in which to groove to the sound of island jams and excellent live reggae sets. The colorful cocktails are tasty and exotic, but lean toward the weaker end of the alcohol spectrum, so if you're looking for something a bit stronger, stick to beers and shots. If you're handling out-of-towners, this is a great place to have them kick back with a cool mai tai and soak up a brilliant SoCal sunset over the waterfront. Read more about Mai Tai Bar >>

  • Main Street Cabaret

    1460 S. Coast Highway Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    http://Main Street Cabaret (1460 S. Coast Highway)

  • Main Street Wine Co.

    Main Street Wine Co.

    301 Main St. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-969-7400 The name tells you exactly what makes this venue distinct from its beer-and-booze-driven neighbors. The knowledgeable staff will chat with you and tell you anything you want to know about the bottles they offer. A granite-topped bar, a handful of tables made from large glass plates and old wooden wine casks add rustic charm. One flat screen sits at the end of the room playing Lakers games and other sporting events. Cheese, meat and hummus plates are offered, as well as a few craft beers. Bottles of wine range from under $10 to more than $150. Read more about Main Street Wine Co. >>

  • Majestic Dancing

    18582 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92648

    http://Majestic Dancing (18582 Beach Blvd.)

  • Malarkey

    Malarkey's Grill & Irish Pub

    168 N. Marina Drive Long Beach, CA 90803

  • Malarky


    3011 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663

  • The Malibu Inn

    The Malibu Inn

    22969 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265
    310-456-6060 Reggae, hip-hop, rock and punk bands shake up diners at this venerable coastal spot. Full bar. Age limit varies. Read more about The Malibu Inn >>

  • Manhattan Steak & Seafood

    Manhattan Steak & Seafood

    202 S. Main St. Orange, CA 92868
    714-978-6161 Everything about the restaurant looks like what you'd expect from a place formerly called Manhattan Supper Club. There's a bar that gleams of mirror and polished wood, but the best place to enjoy Stephane Beauchamp's steak culotte and other organically farmed meats is in the wine cellar, a basement-level room surrounded by walls of stone and as dark as a cave. Read more about Manhattan Steak & Seafood >>

  • Maria

    628 W. Orangewood Ave. Anaheim, CA 92802-4609

    http://Maria (628 W. Orangewood Ave.)

  • Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City

    Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City

    6380 Ste. A, E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803

    http://Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City (6380 Ste. A, E. Pacific Coast Highway) Long Beach bar/restaurant Forbidden City's moniker is apt, since it sits in the shadow of Long Beach's über-chic watering hole Tantalum. But don't count this underdog out. The Forbidden City features elegant Asian-themed accouterments including lantern-wielding bronze statues and paintings of buxom, half-naked Asian women. The full bar features a decent offering of liquors, as well as a small selection of draft beers such as Dogfishhead Midas Touch and Scrimshaw Pilsner. Forbidden City also features a nice selection of sakes served cold or warm. A 300-milliliter bottle of Gekkeikan Horin Ultra Premium Sake will hit your wallet hard with a $21 price tag, but it'll also sooth your gullet with its smooth flavor. Read more about Marina Lounge at Forbbiden City >>

  • Marlin Bar & Grill

    Marlin Bar & Grill

    16651 Gothard St. Huntington Beach, CA 92647

  • Marquee Nightclub & Dayclub

    3377 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Las Vegas, NV 89109

  • Martini Lounge

    5657 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038

    http://Martini Lounge (5657 Melrose Ave.)

  • Marty

    Marty's Bar & Grill

    14401 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780

  • Matador Cantina

    Matador Cantina

    111 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-8226 A massive bar with solid attempts at high-end Mexican food. The queso fundido, melted cheese mixed with chorizo, will make you forsake its Tex-Mex brother forever. More tequila options than you'll be able to handle, so drink wisely! Not into Mexican anything? Watch sports on the many big-screen TVs. Read more about Matador Cantina >>

  • Max

    Max's Sports Grille

    18862 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-962-8316 Max's Sports Grill has a lot going on in the way of distractions, not the least of which are pretty, heavily-inked cocktail waitresses. It's sort of the hallmark of this spot. Small and dimly lit, but clean, this spot also has two pool tables and a room ringed by 17 flat-screen TVs. The full bar also serves up a decent offering of bottled and draft beers. Spigots here frequently pour Stella, Newcastle, and Guiness. But perhaps best of all, the waitresses are down-to-earth, friendly and actually make an effort to get to know the people they serve before collecting their tips. Read more about Max's Sports Grille >>

  • McCabe

    McCabe's Guitar Shop

    3101 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405
    310-828-4497 Wander through the gee-tars and other stringed things in this one-of-a-kind li'l shrine to live music. The music store opened in 1958 and has been hosting concerts in its back room since the late 1960s, featuring such stellar performers as Lucinda Williams, Sun Ra, They Might Be Giants, Gil Scott-Heron, Ralph Stanley, Linda Ronstadt, Neil Innes, Les Paul, Hubert Selby, Jackie DeShannon, Ali Farka Toure, Tom Waits, Linda & Richard Thompson, Alex Chilton and Emmylou Harris, among many others. Coffee and sweets available; no alcohol. All ages. Read more about McCabe's Guitar Shop >>

  • Marty

    Marty's Bar & Grill

    14401 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780

  • Memphis Soul Cafe

    Memphis Soul Cafe

    2920 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-432-7685 The "soul" in the title isn't misleading, but it's worth noting that the food at the mini-chain's darker, cozier, original location is as carefully thought-out as it is deeply felt. Catfish and po'boys will satisfy no matter who's in the kitchen: The fried catfish bears a perfect ratio of juiciness to crunch, and the po'boy dribbles onto your shirt the exact amount of horseradish mayo the cooks intended. The cornbread, made by the Gypsy Den next door, packs an irresistibly crumbly sweetness. If there's a special that sounds good, order it. The minds behind Memphis have figured out that that if they keep the best stuff limited-time-only, curiosity will keep you coming back-not that you wouldn't do so whenever a cornbread craving strikes. Read more about Memphis Soul Cafe >>

  • Mesa Verde Country Club

    Mesa Verde Country Club

    3000 Club House Road Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • MGM Grand Hotel and Casino

    3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S. Las Vegas, NV 89109

  • MI Caminito

    302 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92701-4853

    http://MI Caminito (302 N. Main St.)

  • Mine Shaft

    Mine Shaft

    1720 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-2433 The Mine Shaft, located along the lively Broadway Corridor in Long Beach, is a popular gay bar-though everyone is welcome. With its casual atmosphere, cozy wood décor, friendly bartenders and affordable drinks, it's easy to see why the establishment draws an eclectic mix of longtime patrons known affectionately as "repeat offenders." It's also a beacon for tourists from outlying regions who revel in the city's yearly Pride Festival. Mine Shaft features a full bar, two pool tables, dart boards, video games and a smoking patio. Happy hour is every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., when domestic beers go for $2 and imported beer and well drinks for $3. DJs spin on Friday nights, but bands perform Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., when pitchers cost only $4. But be sure to go to an ATM beforehand-it's a cash-only place. Read more about Mine Shaft >>

  • The Mint

    The Mint

    6010 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90035
    323-954-9400 In a city where history is measured in months instead of decades, the Mint is a real cultural treasure. The bar has been presenting live music ever since it opened in 1937, and Stevie Wonder, Macy Gray, Ray Charles, Zigaboo Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli, Royal Crown Revue and the Wallflowers are among the many notable musicians who've performed on its small stage. The room has a homey appeal, with kitschy artifacts like Johnny Cash paintings and glass display cases with souvenirs from such celebrities as Jackson Browne artfully blended with burnished wooden walls and cozy booths decorated with ornate lamps and plush velvet drapes. The ceiling above the bar is covered with old vinyl 45s, and the overall vibe appeals to rock & roll fanatics and hardcore roots-music aficionados. The large menu puts a fresh spin to classic American, Asian and Southwestern fare with such specialties as calamari tempura, Creole jambalaya, grilled salmon with mango chutney, "twisted" mac & cheese, and smoked Gouda and chicken quesadillas. You can sit at the bar, which has a full range of beer, wine and spirits, or at comfortable booths along the walls. Better yet, find a seat at the tables that abut the low stage for an even more intimate musical experience. Ages 21 & over. Street parking. Read more about The Mint >>

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