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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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  • Pacific Club

    Pacific Club

    4110 Macarthur Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92660

  • Pala Casino Resort & Spa

    Pala Casino Resort & Spa

    11154 Highway 76 Pala, CA 92059

  • Palapa Bar & Grill

    Palapa Bar & Grill

    104 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-879-7571 It's hard to sit at the bar of the Palapa Grill and not hear the theme song from Gilligan's Island playing softly in your head. Sipping a pint of Haywire Hef or Newcastle in the small room, with its plastic lobsters, nautical netting and grass-hut trim, you'll swear you've been transported to the South Pacific. The generous happy hour features $2 domestic beers and $3 tall cans of PBR. If you're hankering for something with a little more kick, Jäger Bombs are available from the full bar for $5. Read more about Palapa Bar & Grill >>

  • Palapa Grill

    Palapa Grill

    102 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832

  • Pappy & Harriet

    Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace

    53688 Pioneertown Road Pioneertown, CA 92268
    760-365-5956 A cowboy bar in a former false-front movie-set town near Joshua Tree has become the real thing, just by looking the part. The club books a stellar array of roots, country, indie and alt-rockers, who love to make the drive across the desert just to perform in Pappy & Harriet's unique ghost-town location. Read more about Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace >>

  • Paradise Piano Bar & Restaurant

    Paradise Piano Bar & Restaurant

    1800 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-590-8773 Savor a brown sugar martini, take in "Your Song" and relax in Paradise. This gay bar features nightly live entertainment and diverse drink menu with numerous nightly drink specials. Whether you're in Paradise to unwind during dinner, appreciate the standards being sung from the corner of the bar or be the one doing the singing during karaoke night, take advantage of the daily martini, shot or beer special. Paradise is a mish-mash of Long Beach history: The bar countertop is made of marble from the old Bank of America on Pine Street. The oversized eagle overlooking the bar is also from said bank, while the character-infused, creaky wood making up the floor is from a defunct roller rink. Read more about Paradise Piano Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Patrick

    Patrick's Pub

    2645 Harbor Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

    http://Patrick's Pub (2645 Harbor Blvd.) Despite the Celtic name, Patrick's has more of a saloon-like aesthetic. A dimly lit room, this spot features a wooden bar top and several booths flanked by wooden banisters and a small pool hall housing four tables. There's a large selection of liquors, along with and the standard domestics on tap and some pseudo-crafty numbers like that ever-delicious wheat ale, Shock Top. This spot has a cash-friendly approach to doing business, so unless you're planning on spending more than $20 on the card, bring your greenback stack, Jack. Read more about Patrick's Pub >>

  • Patsy

    Patsy's Irish Pub

    25571 Jeronimo Road Mission Viejo, CA 92691
    949-587-0253 Patsy's gives off a local-favorite vibe, with regulars of all ages bellied up to the huge bar. And despite the utilitarian nature of the space (hard, rock floors; high ceilings; and walls devoid of fancy Irish kitsch), there's still an intimate feel to the joint. Patsy's features a large selection of draft and tap beers and a full bar, and there's diversion galore including trivia, darts and karaoke. Read more about Patsy's Irish Pub >>

  • Patterson

    Patterson's Railroad Inn

    1228 E. Orangethorpe Ave. Placentia, CA 92870

    http://Patterson's Railroad Inn (1228 E. Orangethorpe Ave.) The relative quiet of this little dive bar is frequently interrupted by the rumble and howl of passing freight trains and auto traffic on the adjacent Orangethorpe. Split into two sections, each dimly lit, the walls of the Railroad Inn are adorned with sexy stand-ups featuring Modelo hotties, as well as a framed tribute to local legendary boxing "cut man" Chuck Bodak. The full bar offers a large complement of hard liquors as well as a modest selection of draft brews, including Coors Light, Michelob Amber and Widmer's Hefeweizen. The back portion hosts a pool table, a television and several high-top tables. Read more about Patterson's Railroad Inn >>

  • Paul

    Paul's Cocktails

    207 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92866

    http://Paul's Cocktails (207 W. Chapman Ave.) Paul's Cocktails, located near the Orange traffic circle, opens at 6 a.m.--perhaps so nearby Chapman University students can have a drink to take the edge off when cramming for finals. There is no happy hour at Paul's, but drinks are fairly cheap, with most draft beers starting at less than $4. The full bar hosts a dozen draft beers, as well as a wide array of bottled and canned brews. Paul's also offers an outdoor patio area with three pool tables, a dart board and a second bar for busy nights. The bartenders, while friendly, are also known for skipping what they consider to be bad songs that are chosen on the jukebox, so choose wisely. Read more about Paul's Cocktails >>

  • Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club

    Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club

    6285 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-596-2332 The PCH club is a happening bar in an unexpected location. The first floor of a Best Western Hotel. But don't let the maids and sun screened tourists mislead you, this spot is serious about live entertainment. Housed in a cavernous concrete floor room, the PCH Club features a small bar area, several tables and, in a red-hued, backlit corner, a couple of booths. You'll also notice a large stage against one of the walls where live shows are a nightly occurrence thanks to Lynn Nicholson and Top Rock Entertainment. The PCH is frequently host to rock & roll cover bands such as Cubensis, as well as weekly karaoke nights. The full bar serves up stiff drinks and a respectable selection of draft beers including Dos Equis, Sam Adams Summer Ale, Blue Moon, Bud Light and Coors Light. Depending on the label, a pint will run you between $4 and $5. Read more about Golden Sails Hotel PCH Club >>

  • Pete

    Pete's Cafe & Bar

    400 S. Main St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
    213-617-1000 Based in an elegant ground-floor room in a vintage downtown building, Pete's has completely classic bar-cafe-grill good looks. There's also a hint of contemporary clubbiness. The food is a functional, midpriced take on New American cooking: mac and cheese, a gilded burger (fontina, tomato aioli), steaks, bread pudding, and, when available, a fresh tomato soup that seems to sing, optimistically, of summer. A house specialty, blue-cheese fries, is sinful, potatoes tossed hot with the sharp salty cheese so they're limp yet crisp and chewy: irresistible. Read more about Pete's Cafe & Bar >>

  • Phoenix Club

    Phoenix Club

    1340 S. Sanderson Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-563-4166 Hosts the county's best Oktoberfest, but the Loreley Restaurant inside this German-American club will serve you wursts and sauerbraten and a sumptuous Sunday brunch, including the county's best German pancakes. Read more about Phoenix Club >>

  • Piccolo Night Club

    2233 W. 1st St. Santa Ana, CA 92703-3505

    http://Piccolo Night Club (2233 W. 1st St.)

  • Pierce Street Annex

    Pierce Street Annex

    330 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-646-8500 Pierce Street Annex. A fish out of water in the SoCal Scene. While trendy clubs and lounges have come and gone, this spacious sports bar has stood for decades, holding fast to its identity as an unpretentious community hangout. This place is by no means a place for glitz and glam. BUT--if you want to fry your own bratwurst on the outside grill, shoot some pool, or perhaps shake a leg with some indigenous OC folk to top 40 on an ancient dance floor, you're in the right place. Random feature: offers free WiFi! Read more about Pierce Street Annex >>

  • The Pike Bar & Fish Grill

    The Pike Bar & Fish Grill

    1836 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-4453 Not to be confused with that taxpayer-subsidized, almost-always-barren-of-tourists monstrosity known as the Pike in Rainbow Harbor, Long Beach's the Pike is a bar and grill owned by Chris Reece, drummer for the famed SoCal punk band Social Distortion. Located on Fourth Street near the Art Theater in the town's hip vintage-boutiques district, the sea foam green walls sport a kitschy mix of nautical flotsam and punk-rock memorabilia. The jukebox rocks everything from the Misfits to Gram Parsons. Pretty cocktail waitresses serve up drinks from the full bar as well as a small selection of brews. Labels include : Pyramid Hef, Stone IPA and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Read more about The Pike Bar & Fish Grill >>

  • Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill

    Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill

    654 E. First St. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-669-9818 What makes Pineapple Hill special are the "karaoke jockeys," the enthusiastic MCs who, wireless Microphones in hand, make their way through the bar chatting up the patrons and encouraging them to sing along Tuesday through Sunday nights. Thanks to the lyrics streaming on several flat-screen TVs around the room, participants can sing from anywhere in the bar. Pineapple Hill also offers a handful of beers on tap, a full compliment of liquors and a modest offering of wines. Happy hour is every day 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Read more about Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill >>

  • The Pint House

    The Pint House

    136 W. Wilshire Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-525-7468 In the evolutionary time line of bars, the Pint House blazes its own path. It calls itself "an upscale American-style pub and restaurant without an upscale price," but let us translate: It's more Cheers than Moe's Tavern, more burger joint than gastropub. Regulars, or maybe those crazy college kids from nearby Fullerton College, order the Power Tower, an oversized beer dispenser the height and shape of a gigantic lava lamp. The house-baked soft pretzels are the defining mouthful of the night; the twisty, well-browned doughy loops are the natural symbiotic partner to anything hop-based you should drink. So oven-hot they burn the epidermis off your fingertips and crusted with perhaps too much salt, they will, as in that oft-quoted Seinfeld episode, make you thirsty. Read more about The Pint House >>

  • The Pint House

    The Pint House

    1547 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867

  • Pints

    5755 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-494-7593 Pints is the ultimate casual neighborhood restaurant/bar with wall to wall LED televisions broadcasting high-intensity sports while serving American craft food classics. With a vast menu of appetizers and fare including house made pretzels with accompanied sauces, French drummed wings, ahi poke and braised short ribs to name a few. A seasonal cocktail list is offered along with a progressive rotating craft beer selection on tap from leading microbreweries and an impressive selection of international bottled beers and rarities. Always check back for upcoming monthly specials and evening events hosted by brew masters and artisanal distillers with special food paired and created by our very own chef Craig Orell. Pints is open daily for lunch and dinner. Saturdays & Sundays brunch and late supper. Read more about Pints >>

  • Pistons


    2020 E. Artesia Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90805

  • The Place

    The Place

    2920 E. Coast Highway Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

    http://The Place (4386389) Located amid rows of high-end boutiques in sleepy Corona del Mar, The Place is equal parts surf shack and alpine ski lodge. Inside the cozy interior (which can get a bit stuffy) the pinewood walls are decked out with long boards and vintage ski equipment. Though it can get crowded, it's a good spot to grab a pint after a day at the beach. The Place offers a resectable serving of brews on tap including Stella, Fat Tire, Bud light, and Bootlegger Ale. There's also a large selection of beers in the bottle and no shortage of top shelf liquors. Distractions come in the form of seven flat-screen TVs beaming an array of sporting events as well as the addictive Golden Tee 2012. Read more about The Place >>

  • Players Lounge

    7821 Westminster Blvd. Westminster, CA 92683
    714-891-3150 Player's Lounge doesn't look too impressive from the outside, but inside the view is plenty compelling. Friendly, bikini-clad women serve up drinks while chatting up the regulars-but beware, the barflies are protective, so so mind your Ps and Qs, player. Close to two dozen bottled beers and ciders are offered alongside 14 beers on tap, but there is no liquor. There are other diversions, though: two pool tables, flat-screen TVs behind the bar and a jukebox flashing images of the women who work there. Read more about Players Lounge >>

  • Players Lounge

    251 E. Whittier Blvd. La Habra, CA 90631

  • Playground


    220 E. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701
    714-560-4444 At the Playground, Jason Quinn exhibits the ballsy confidence that has gotten him this far. The former Lime Truck chef scribbles on his chalkboard wall, "If you want your meat well-done, bring it with you" because he not-so-coyly refuses to do his burgers warmer than medium-rare. The now-controversial Playground burger is the bloodiest in all of OC, but also one of the greatest. The barely cooked patty is as thick as two fingers, and you don't chew it; rather, you inhale the thing like beefy air. It shares the lightness of sushi and doesn't feel greasy, even as the juices trickle down your forearm. That it shares a kinship with steak tartare and Ethiopian kitfo more than a Double-Double is the reason the cheese, the bun and the misplaced shreds of iceberg lettuce disappear from your peripheral vision. You focus instead on that deep-crimson core and marvel at how very good this hand-ground Wagyu beef is when eaten nearly raw. Read more about Playground >>

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