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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 O Restaurant and Bar

    11421 South St. Cerritos, CA 90703
    562-865-0900

  • O

    O' Malley's

    140 Main St. Seal Beach, CA 90740
    562-430-0631

    The roaring fire at the back of O'Malley's on Main Street adds that welcoming Irish-pub warmth, both literal and figurative. The bar offers a full complement of whiskeys, vodkas and Scotches, as well as a selection of beers on tap. Try a pint of the Smithwicks, a tasty Irish number rumored to be the oldest ale produced by the Emerald Isle. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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    O'Connell's Sports Bar & Grille

    19047 Bushard St. Huntington Beach, CA 92646
    714-964-6741

    http://www.hboconnells.com O’Connel’s Sports Bar in Huntington Beach is just one of the many bars in the city, but it’s one of the better ones. In the corner of a strip mall containing a 7-Eleven and a doughnut shop, O'Connell's Sports Bar & Grille doesn't look like much from the parking lot. But upon entering, one is faced with literally dozens of TVs, all tuned to every possible sporting event happening on the planet, an ultra-casual and relaxed atmosphere, and the most unbelievably friendly bartenders—ones who remember that when you ask for your "usual," you mean a Heineken Light and a shot of Jack. A lengthy bar surrounded by some wooden tables and chairs—it's not fancy; it's just comfortable. O'Connell's is the perfect place for when you want to meet up with your buds for an hour of power and simply chill out. No mixologist revolution here—just good, great times with good, great, cheap booze. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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    O'Hara's Pub

    150 N. Glasell St. Orange, CA 92866
    714-532-9264

    Located in the historic Orange Circle, O'Hara's Pub is a favorite of students from nearby Chapman University. Dozens of football helmets hang from the ceiling, and classic-rock band posters line the walls. O'Hara's boasts a full liquor selection, eight draft brews and a small offering of bottled beers. Three pool tables sit in the back next to the booths. Happy hour features $3 well drinks, and pitchers are $6.50 for domestic and $8.50 for imported beers. Food trucks-including the popular Korean/Mexican fusion Kogi-are known to frequent the parking lot behind the pub. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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    O'Malley's On Main

    140 Main St. Seal Beach, CA 90740
    562-430-0631

    http://www.omalleyssealbeach.com The roaring fire at the back of O'Malley's on Main Street adds that welcoming Irish-pub warmth, both literal and figurative. The bar offers a full complement of whiskeys, vodkas and Scotches, as well as a selection of beers on tap. Try a pint of the Smithwicks, a tasty Irish number rumored to be the oldest ale produced by the Emerald Isle. O'Malley's also covers all the bases of pub grub, with nachos, quesadillas and chicken wings on one side and Irish sausage rolls, corned beef, and bangers and mash on the other. The shepherd's pie comes with a slagheap of tasty mashed potatoes on top that utterly hides the stew from the light (and oxygen) of day. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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    O'Neill's Bar & Grill

    26772 Avery Parkway Mission Viejo, CA 92692
    949-305-5100

    http://www.arroyotrabuco.com O’Neill’s Bar & Grill is an American restaurant in Mission Viejo. At this restaurant and bar at the Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club, it’s not the dinners or the discounted happy hours that’s the raison d’être; it’s the Sunday brunch, its finest hour, the time when the staff put out all the stops and call to work everyone on the payroll. For the omelet-station guy, the crepe-station cook and the the server who just topped off your half-drunk flute of mimosa with more champagne, Sunday brunch is prime time. This weekly event is so important to O’Neill’s that when you make an online reservation, you’re asked to provide a credit card number to secure it, something that's not required at any other time. But because Arroyo Trabuco is tucked away in the leafiest part of Mission Viejo, and also because the cost is kind of prohibitive, you notice a smaller crowd than you imagined. But you’re glad. Instead of being a dot among an ocean of tourists as you were the last time you were in Vegas for a brunch buffet, being at O’Neill’s feels as though you’re an invited guest at a private party in a country villa. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Observation Bar & Art Deco Lounge Aboard the Queen Mary

    Observation Bar & Art Deco Lounge Aboard the Queen Mary

    1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-3511

    http://www.queenmary.com/index.php?page=observationbar Get a drink on a luxurious cruise ship without the hassle of motion sickness. Permanently moored in the Long Beach Harbor for decades, the R.M.S. Queen Mary sports an art deco bar with some of the best views of the downtown skyline. The gorgeous wood-paneled room,which has maintained most of its original accouterments through the years, features a beautiful painting of dancing passengers above the full bar. It also offers a modest selection of draft brews, including Stella, Bass and Guinness. If cocktails are your thing, these drinks are stiff, so don't get too close to the railings. While you won't be lost at sea if you go overboard, it's a long drop into the shallow harbor. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • OC Brewhouse

    11999 Harbor Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92840
    714-750-1234

    http://www.facebook.com/OCBrewhouse

  • OC Sports Grill

    OC Sports Grill

    450 N. State College Blvd. Orange, CA 92868
    714-935-0300

    http://www.ocsportsgrill.com Located near Angels Stadium, OC Sports Bar subscribes to the adage that bigger is better. This cavernous place is home to 19 beers on top; thirsty sports fans have their choice of such gems as Pyramid Hefeweizen, Blue Moon, Newcastle and Bud Light, in addition to a full complement of liquors. While sipping a pint, sports fans also have the option of watching one of several flat-screen TVs (we lost count after 15), shooting stick on one of six pool tables, or partaking in a game of Golden Tee Live. For groups of drinkers, the bar offers the 100-ounce "Tower of Beer," a clear tube with a tap set up at your table that can be filled with your choice of brew (a tower of Coors will run you $28.50). Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Ocean Avenue Restaurant and Brewery

    Ocean Avenue Restaurant and Brewery

    237 Ocean Ave. Laguna Beach, CA 92651
    949-497-3381

    http://www.oceanbrewing.com

  • Off Limits

    819 S. Euclid St. Anaheim, CA 92802-1520
    714-535-6178

  • The Office Bar

    13221 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92843-2256
    714-971-0744

  • Oggi

    Oggi's Pizza & Brewing Company

    12362 Chapman Ave. Garden Grove, CA 92840
    714-534-3599

    Among the Disneyland-adjacent motels lining Harbor Boulevard, Oggi's Pizza & Brewing Co. is a beacon of class. Founded in the early '90s, at the dawn of the microbrew explosion, the small Oggi's chain is known for serving up its own brand of craft beers in addition to a large selection of liquors. The offerings include Oggi's own take on hefeweizen, Scottish ale and a light lager. Relatively small for such an establishment, this location features a large semi-circle of flat-screen TVs ringing the mahogany bar. The room, though small, is neat and filled with several cocktail tables. A video-game version of Texas Hold 'Em sits in a corner; a small room located just off the main bar offers several comfy couches. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Old Ranch Country Club

    3901 Lampson Ave. Seal Beach, CA 90740

  • Tony

    Tony's On the Pier

    210 Fisherman's Wharf Redondo Beach, CA 90277
    310-374-1442

    http://www.oldtonys.com It doesn't get any more “on the pier” than Tony's, the 50-year-old wooden seafood shack that actually sits aboard the planks of the Redondo Beach pier. The upstairs bar offers views that are a full 360 degrees, from the watery horizon line back towards the apartments that stretch for a sight of the shore, but you'll just as likely be staring down into your Mai Tai all night. It's a beguiling concoction splashed forth by a surly middle-aged bartender, at once simple and fruity, with an unexpectedly strong rum kick. Best of all, the glass it comes in doubles as a souvenir, a quiet reminder that not only is Tony's still serving the best Mai Tais you can find in Los Angeles, the place hasn't lost any charm in the process. Tony's boasts “romantic or family dining” and you'll see a bit of both – with dozens of seafood and shellfish options as well as steak and the inevitable surf and turf. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Old Towne Pub

    23 E. Holly St. Pasadena, CA 91103
    626-577-6583

    http://www.myspace.com/oldtownepubpasadena

  • The Olde Ship British Pub & Restaurant

    The Olde Ship British Pub & Restaurant

    709 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-871-7447

    http://www.theoldeship.com One of the most authentic British pubs in Orange County, the Olde Ship sports a distinctly european atmosphere with a full menu of classic dishes including bread pudding and the best bangers and mash you'll have this side of the pond. With an interior that looks, in fact, like the inside of an old galleon and a bartender with an authentic Irish accent, this establishment is a favorite haunt for British expats and Anglophiles alike. If you're counting on grabbing dinner at this place on a Saturday night, arrive early because patrons are literally flowing out the door by seven bells. During World Cup fever, you can count on the doors being open bright and early for the morning games! Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Olde Ship British Pub & Restaurant

    The Olde Ship British Pub & Restaurant

    1120 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706
    714-550-6700

    http://www.theoldeship.com One of the most authentic British pubs in Orange County, the Olde Ship sports a distinctly European atmosphere with a full menu of classic dishes including bread pudding and the best bangers and mash you'll have this side of the pond. With an interior that looks, in fact, like the inside of an old galleon and a bartender with an authentic Irish accent, this establishment is a favorite haunt for British expats and Anglophiles alike. If you're counting on grabbing dinner at this place on a Saturday night, arrive early because patrons are literally flowing out the door by seven bells. During World Cup fever, you can count on the doors being open bright and early for the morning games! Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Ole

    Ole's Tavern

    127 S. El Camino Real San Clemente, CA 92672
    949-498-9400

    http://www.olestavern.com Ole’s Tavern is in San Clemente and named after the city’s founder, Ole Hansen. It’s one of the more mellow scenes in the bar-heavy city, with a good mix of local young men and women and older regulars who remember the days before the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant was erected, and the only radioactive thing in town was Richard Nixon over at La Casa Romantica. They’re most famous for all the pool tables they have. The art of billiards is essentially dead, relegated to Vietnamese and Mexican bars. But at Ole's Tavern, this is still the sport of choice while knocking back beers and flirting in a place where Marines on leave from Pendleton mingle with the outside world and wow you with tales of Afghanistan as they kick your ass off the corner pocket. Make sure to travel here with friends, though, just in case things get a bit wacky with a ringer or two. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Olive Pit

    The Olive Pit

    834 E. Lincoln Orange, CA 92856
    714-974-9994

    http://www.olive-pit.com Just finding the Olive Pit in Orange can present an adventure in and of itself. It's located off a fast moving boulevard, down a steep driveway, behind a strip mall-one of the more unusual locales for a watering hole in the county. But once inside, you'll find a well-kept bar rocking the dive-chic look. Ceiling fans twirl slowly, vinyl cushioned stools adorn the linoleum floor and Christmas lights always hang from the wood-trimmed panels above the bar top. The full bar features a small selection of bottled brews as well as 10 beers on tap. Labels include Budweiser, Bud Light and Stella Artois. There are also three pool tables, a couple video games and a jukebox. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • On the Rocks Bar & Grill

    On the Rocks Bar & Grill

    12752 Valley View St. Garden Grove, CA 92845
    714-896-9000

    http://www.ontherocksoc.com

  • Onotria Wine Bar

    Onotria Wine Bar

    2831 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-641-5952

    http://www.onotria.com Onotria Wine Bar represents a distinctive sipping experience in OC: It's a quiet place to get a drink. And with a 40-page wine list, you're ensured the drink you're thirsting for. Located along Bristol Avenue, which bustles with auto traffic, the garden in front of the ivy-covered building is lushly adorned with authentic grape vines. Inside, the pine-plank ceiling is pitched high and hosts a couple of slowly twirling fans. A small doorway in the main room's back wall reveals a small bar area. Here the thirsty patron can enjoy a nice Pinot, or a cocktail from the full bar in addition to the standard bottled domestics-Budweiser, Coors and Sam Adams. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Orange County Wine and Food Center

    1570 Scenic Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    949-701-0636

  • Orchid Restaurant and Lounge

    Orchid Restaurant and Lounge

    3033 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-557-8070

    http://www.orchidrestaurant.us This lovely space caters to a Middle Eastern crowd. With elaborate chandeliers and Romanesque columns, the Orchid has a palatial vibe. Though it's primarily an eatery, the joint sports a small bar with a nice selection of rums, tequilas and liqueurs, as well as wines. There is also a modest selection of beers, including Heineken and Amstel Light. If you plan on checking this place out on a Friday night, get there early. The bar's karaoke stage and small dance floor can get crowded, and lines aren't uncommon. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Other Place

    The Other Place

    316 S. Euclid Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-533-9900

    http://www.theotherplacetoo.com Formerly known as Cero's, The Other Place caters to a culturally eclectic clientele. Drink specials include happy hour Monday through Friday 4 p.m. to 8p.m., and flow from a fully stocked bar accompanied by a decent wine and draft beer selection. Aside from pints, beer is also served in large glass chalices. On Tuesday and Friday nights a DJ spins music ranging from '80s to contemporary chart toppers and Spanish rock. Wednesday night is comedy night, featuring talent from "Last Comic Standing," "The Tonight Show" and Comedy Central. Live Spanish rock bands take the stage on Thursdays, playing cover songs in both English and Spanish. The menu offers standard bar food with appetizers, burgers and sandwiches, with 99 cent tacos on Tuesdays. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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