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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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  • Anthill Pub & Grille

    Anthill Pub & Grille

    4200 Campus Dr. Irvine, CA 92612
    949-824-3050

    Some schools discourage drinking; others ban it. And then there's UC Irvine, whose Anthill Pub in the Student Center bans drinking crappy beer. Its no-swill policy means there is no hipster PBR or watery Bud anything. The ever-changing list of local and distant American craft beers, from Lagunitas to Dogfish Head, goes on sale every afternoon: $1 off single servings (tulip glasses or pints, depending on the beer) and $3 off pitchers. A full menu of sandwiches, including a very credible bratwurst, and fried snacks such as sweet potato fries are available at the adjacent counter. Had a place like this existed at every school, Natty Light would no longer exist. Read more about Anthill Pub & Grille >>

  • ARC Restaurant

    ARC Restaurant

    3321 Hyland Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    949-500-5561

    http://www.arcrestaurant.com Noah Blom worked for Daniel Boulud in New York, opened restaurants for Laurent Tourendel’s empire, and did a pair of concepts in San Francisco. But ARC seems to be a stripped-down-to-the-essentials reboot of his career. It is an eatery that, despite the meaningless “oven-to-table” blurbs on its website and marketing material, is actually a place serving upmarket camping food such as pork and beans and pouring stiff, old-timey cocktails with whole hunks of ice. But the prices are reasonable, with nothing costing more than $15, and the commitment it makes by cooking with only firewood for fuel is admirable, even if it sounds unnecessarily gimmicky. Read more about ARC Restaurant >>

  • Arcadia Blues Club

    Arcadia Blues Club

    16 E. Huntington Drive Arcadia, CA 91006
    626-447-9349

    http://www.arcadiabluesclub.com

  • Arena Nightclub

    6655 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038
    323-462-0714

    http://www.arenanightclub.com

  • Arturo

    Arturo's Cantina & Grill

    2512 W. Orangethorpe Fullerton, CA 92833
    714-879-0108

    Arturo's Cantina may be a little sparse on the draft beers (they have none), but this doesn't mean they're not keen on bringing the party. Between Thursday and Sunday nights, the venue is transformed into a thriving nightclub, complete with live entertainment. The bar serves a respectable offering of cocktails and plenty of bottled beers: Labels include Negra Modelo, Miller Light Lime, and Newcastle. The large Spanish-style building is fitted with a massive dance floor accommodating plenty of pretty people. Mix in strong drinks and good times are in the cards. Read more about Arturo's Cantina & Grill >>

  • Ashley

    Ashley's Bar & Grill

    1731 E. Fourth St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-495-5700

    http://www.ashleysbarandgrill.com/ Ashley's Bar and Grill is the type of neighborhood establishment that attracts an amalgam of customers. The tattooed artist might share the bar with an entrepreneur while the blue-collar workers shoot a game of pool, and no one blinks an eye. The regulars and bartenders are welcoming, as are the cozy booths that line the walls. Cash is king at Ashley's, but if you forget, get a 20 from the ATM in the corner of the bar and stretch it into a meal and two drinks, or even a couple of rounds on the jukebox. Read more about Ashley's Bar & Grill >>

  • Auld Dubliner

    Auld Dubliner

    71 S. Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-8300

    http://www.aulddubliner.com From its coffee-dark depths to its thick-as-Miracle-Whip head of foam, a glass of Guinness isn't refreshment, it's nourishment, and this a prime spot to enjoy a tasty pint. The full bar is outfitted with gorgeous wood trim, kitschy bookshelves and many of the cocktail waitresses hail from the emerald isle as evidenced by their charming brogues. The front of the room features a large opening and a smoking patio affording views of the downtown Long Beach foot traffic and convention center. Be sure to swing by on Sunday afternoons for live music featuring traditional Irish jam sessions. Read more about Auld Dubliner >>

  • Auld Dubliner

    Auld Dubliner

    2497 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
    714-259-1562

    http://www.aulddubliner.com From its coffee-dark depths to its thick-as-Miracle-Whip head of foam, a glass of Guinness isn't refreshment, it's nourishment-but if you require solid food, then you can get a boxty or bangers and mash at Auld Dubliner. It's probably a good idea to get something in your stomach to absorb all that alcohol anyway. Read more about Auld Dubliner >>

  • Avalon Hollywood (Formerly Hollywood Palace)

    Avalon Hollywood (Formerly Hollywood Palace)

    1735 N. Vine St. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-462-8900

    http://www.avalonhollywood.com

  • Avant Garde Ballroom

    Avant Garde Ballroom

    4220 Scott Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-442-7600

    http://www.avantgardeballroom.com Bachata, merengue, salsa, ballroom-whatever gets your feet a-tappin', Avant Garde Ballroom has got a night for it. Studio by day and dance-lovers' social by night, the friendly folk at this beloved venue make it their sole purpose to show you a good time. Got two left feet? No problem! Even if you've never attended a single lesson, the social nights are teeming with helpful (and hot) instructors whose job it is to get you feeling comfortable on the dance floor. Flying solo? Also not a problem! There are usually plenty of single students there as well, eager to find a partner to test out their new moves. Read more about Avant Garde Ballroom >>

  • Aventura Bar & Grill

    24707 Dana Drive Dana Point, CA 92629

    http://Aventura Bar & Grill (24707 Dana Drive)

  • Baystreet Lounge

    Baystreet Lounge

    285 Bay St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-1047

    http://Baystreet Lounge (285 Bay St.) Sometimes the mark of a top-notch swanky bar is its ability to graciously cater to the general population. At the AVIA Lounge, located in the beautifully modern luxury Hyatt the Pike hotel, imbibers will get the same treatment whether they're high-rolling businessmen in bow ties, or a couple of hipsters popping in for a pint after an afternoon at the Pike. Everybody is treated equally as long as their money is green. The gorgeous marble floors of the hotel's lobby give way to the visual warmth of wood-plank floors juxtaposed with plush, blue throw rugs. Patrons belly up to the small bar top, which is illuminated underneath by deep blue lights. Squat ,white-leather couches sit next to windows draped with gauzy, 1960s-style curtains billowing languidly in the ocean breeze. The full bar is flanked by several wooden cubbies containing wines from a sizable list. Sorry, no beers on tap, but the small bottled selection features some tasty numbers, including the potent Chimay Ale as well as the delightful nuttiness of Lost Coast Brewery's Downtown Brown. Read more about Baystreet Lounge >>

  • B & B's BBQ

    2620 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627-4626
    949-548-7427

    http://www.tgalb.com

  • Bacchus Bar & Bistro

    Bacchus Bar & Bistro

    6735 Quail Hill Parkway Irvine, CA 92603
    949-502-4600

    http://www.bacchusbarandbistro.com/ Located in the Quail Hill Center, Bacchus Bar & Bistro is the ultimate outpost for imbibers. The high ceilings, plush seating areas and bottle-lined walls give off a posh-but-not-intimidating vibe. The selection of wines is extensive, offering more than 350 varieties, with more than 50 choices offered by the glass. It hosts such weekly events as Tuesday nights' Magic Castle Night, featuring mind-boggling tricks by magic man John George; wine tasting on Wednesdays; and live music Thursdays through Saturdays. Be sure to ask about the wine club. Read more about Bacchus Bar & Bistro >>

  • Back Alley Bar & Grill

    Back Alley Bar & Grill

    116 W. Wilshire Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-526-3032

    Back Alley/Front Street is the epitome of Downtown Fullerton nightlife. The two main rooms are separated by a wood-encased hallway and both feature a fully-stocked bar, standard tap and bottled beer offerings. The Back Alley sports a pool table (free) and jukebox, while Front Street features a ping-pong table (also free). The small stage at the Back Alley regularly features local bands and cover artists. The outdoor gated smoking patio affords access to the back end bar through a large window, creating a third section. Happy hour is Monday through Friday, 4-7 p.m., featuring $2.50 domestic drafts and $4.50 well drinks. Read more about Back Alley Bar & Grill >>

  • Back Bay Rowing & Running Club Restaurant

    3333 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1873
    714-641-0118

    http://Back Bay Rowing & Running Club Restaurant (3333 Bristol St.)

  • Baja Sharkeez

    Baja Sharkeez

    52 Pier Ave. Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
    310-318-0004

    http://sharkeez.net/hermosa-beach Sharkeez is the creation of Ron Newman- founder of the red onion chain of casual restaurants that flourished in the 1970’s and ‘80s- and his son Greg. After Greg graduated from USC, Ron offered him $100,000 to start his own place. Soon thereafter, the Newman’s decided to start a new enterprise as a team. They believed that their partnership would be a good fit combining the senior’s experience and expertise with the junior’s young, fresh ideas and understanding of the younger demographic and connections within the college and beach communities. They traveled around together to Arizona, Texas and Mexico to research other restaurant and nightclub concepts and settled on a casual but cool concept. With the success of their first venture, four other successes followed, all in keeping with their beach cantina and restaurant concept: Newport Beach, Hermosa Beach, Santa Barbara and Huntington Beach. The Newman growth by expansion plan is a clear vision which all of his partners and associates understand. It is the Newman’s operating plan to open one store a year moving forward after getting Hermosa Beach back online (Hermosa Beach Sharkeez Burned down in a tragic fire in may 2006) and reopened July of 2008. Read more about Baja Sharkeez >>

  • Balboa Saloon

    Balboa Saloon

    700 E. Bay Ave. Balboa, CA 92661
    949-673-9783

    http://www.balboasaloon.com Balboa Saloon is a bar in Newport Beach. Social Distortion's late guitar player Dennis Danell used to drink here. So did Madness front man Graham "Suggs" McPherson whenever he was in town. The INXS video for "The Devil Inside"--a cheesy, smoke-filled '80s romp--was even filmed inside these walls. Newbies will be offered complimentary sips from a pitcher filled with a Frankenstein concoction of domestic beers called a "Balboa Sunday," the foamy remnants of early-evening tap inspectios. Read more about Balboa Saloon >>

  • Ball Park Pizza

    31654 Rancho Viejo Road San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-2773
    949-493-6852

    http://www.eatballparkpizza.com/eatballparkpizza.com/Home.html Ball Park Pizza is a throwback to the local pizza parlor you remember from your youth. A place where you would go to get a great pizza after winning the big game or just to hang out with your family and friends to watch sports and play games. With HD flat screen TVs, game rooms, sports memorabilia, great food and a friendly Team, there is something for everyone at Ball Park Pizza. Ball Park Pizza is a family owned and operated business that is committed to family and community. We are obsessed with creating a family-friendly experience where kids and parents alike enjoy a great meal and have a great time! We take our role in serving the community just as seriously. We have made changes to our operations to minimize our impact on the environment, actively participate in local charities, school fundraisers and are proud sponsors of numerous youth and high school sports. We start work a little earlier then the other guys, but we think you will taste the difference. Each day we roll our own dough and make our sauce from scratch, we use our special blend of cheeses and generously top our pizzas with only premium meats and garden fresh vegetables. Each item on our menu receives the same care and attention; from our pizza to our pasta, to our warm oven-baked sandwiches to our chicken wings and crisp salad bar; if it means we can bring you fresh taste of Ball Park Pizza consistently day in and day out, every extra effort is worth it. We don’t claim to be the fanciest…just the best! At Ball Park, Our mission is a simple one; consistently do the extra little things that will maximize our positive impact on the community and people we serve while providing delicious food in a place where the whole family comes to have fun! Read more about Ball Park Pizza >>

  • Shanghai

    Shanghai'd Room

    16391 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92647

    Located adjacent to the rapidly-moving traffic on Beach Boulevard, Bar Hookup is easy to miss. It's also really small. Inside, red paper lanterns hanging from the ceiling evoke the far east. Rumor has it, the building formerly housed a brothel. A large picture of James Spader from the film Less than Zero sits over the bar surrounded by candles and the room is dominated by a concrete dance floor ringed by a plush, red wrap-around bench. Featuring a full liquor offering this spot also serves up a small selection of brews on tap including: Blue Moon, Newcastle and Pyramid Hef. More refined palettes will enjoy craft beers in the bottle including Boatswain IPA, Baltika Beer, and Red Stripe( Miller High Life is also available.) Read more about Shanghai'd Room >>

  • Barbara

    Barbara's at the Brewery

    620 Moulton Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90031
    323-221-9204

    http://www.barbarasatthebrewery.com/ Located downtown in the Old Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery (now the nation's largest artist complex), this former loft has been transformed into a chic restaurant with a full bar and a display of contemporary art. We recommend the exquisite grilled portobello mushroom on white bean ragout and grilled peppers ($12), or the tri-tip sandwich on Armenian stone bread ($8). Lunch Mon.-Fri., dinner Mon.-Sat. Full bar; takeout; catering. AE, MC, V. Read more about Barbara's at the Brewery >>

  • Bart

    Bart's Pub

    7052 Orangewood Ave. Garden Grove, CA 92841
    714-891-1719

    http://www.bartspub.com Located in an industrial park in Garden Grove, Bart's Pub is a neighborhood-style bar that packs a lot of fun into its confined space. Aside from the standard décor of beer paraphernalia, Bart's also features a roaring fireplace, three dartboards, six flat-screen TVs, six arcade games and four billiard tables. The joint hosts dart and billiard tournaments so frequently it has its own backlit tournament bracket mounted to the wall. The beer offering is respectable, featuring close to two dozen draft and bottled beers, as well as chips and cigarettes dispensed from a vending machine. Read more about Bart's Pub >>

  • Basilico

    Basilico's Pasta E Vino

    19171 Magnolia St. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-963-7980

    http://www.basilicoshb.com/

  • Beach Ball

    3700 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-4175

    http://Beach Ball (3700 Newport Blvd.)

  • Beach Ball Bar

    Beach Ball Bar

    2116 W. Oceanfront Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-8041

    http://www.beachballbar.com Bars don't get quainter than the Beach Ball. Located within a stone's throw of the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean, this imbibery has been in business since the 1960s. Its charm is so well known the bar has repeatedly caught the attention of local newspapers as well as Esquire Magazine. Oak planks cover the walls of the dim interior giving patrons sipping a bottle of Newcastle or a cocktail the feeling of being inside of a wine cask. The lower level features a small pool hall and several TVs are attached to walls around the establishment. If you're a first time visitor don't be surprised if the friendly bar staff offers you some free homemade food and a sympathetic ear. Read more about Beach Ball Bar >>

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