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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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  • Birch Street Bar & Grill

    Birch Street Bar & Grill

    330 Birch St. Brea, CA 92821
    714-256-2100

    http://www.birchstreetbarandgrill.com Birch Street Bar & Grill is the third bar to inhabit this space (formerly Entourage) in Brea's downtown promenade. The management has made some improvements to the overall Feng shui of the place by filling the large concrete floor with more tables and stools. A round neon sign emblazoned with the bar's name hangs above a vintage shuffle board table, and the dark-colored walls lend a nice pop to the room's brick pillars. The full bar serves up an assortment of bottled beers as well as a nice selection on tap including Stella, Boddington's Pub Ale, Shocktop, Bass Ale and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. There's also a mid-sized smoking patio with views of the promenade foot traffic for those jonesing for a quick change of scenery and a nicotine fix. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    600 Brea Mall Drive Brea, CA 92821
    714-990-2095

    http://www.bjsbrewhouse.com BJ's is famous for crafting delicious brews in-house. The Brea location inhabits a space once known as the Gas Lamp Grill. The, multi-tiered room features sweeping brick archways, old-timey ceiling fans and a rich, dark-wood bar housing a large range of top-shelf whiskeys, vodkas and Scotches. The main event, though, is the beer, which ferments in large steel cisterns behind massive glass windows on the building's west side. There's the Jeremiah Red, Harvest Ale and the ever-popular Piranha Pale Ale. BJ's now serves selections from Placentia's craft factory The Bruery. It's a sweet spot to grab a pint, catch a football game on one of the flat-screens, and relax after fighting the hustle and bustle of the Brea Mall. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Buffalo Wild Wings

    Buffalo Wild Wings

    260 S. Brea Blvd. Brea, CA 92821
    714-582-1590

    http://www.buffalowildwings.com Buffalo Wild Wings was founded in 1982 when a guy from Buffalo, New York traveled to Ohio to judge an amateur figure skating competition and failed to find any wings that measured up to the ones at home. Now B-Dubs, as it likes to call itself, has spread to nearly every state in the U.S. with more than 600 locations, including Orange County, where it's easy to find on Voice Places. The yellow-and-black logo features a buffalo that has sprouted majestic wings, but make no mistake--it's strictly chicken here, available in regular or boneless varieties in 21 flavors from Garlic Parmesan and Caribbean Jerk to Asian Zing and the simply named but much feared Blazin'. Every location features a plethora of televisions for your sports-watching needs and a plentiful selection of beer on tap. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Cabo Grill & Cantina

    Cabo Grill & Cantina

    301 N. Brea Blvd. Brea, CA 92821
    714-529-2540

    http://www.cabogrillcantina.com Housed in a tiny adobe-style building north of Downtown Brea, the Cabo Grill and Cantina is possibly one of the city's more unassuming drinking establishments. And because of its diminutive stature, even a small crowd can give this place the vibe of a rowdy juke joint. Under the unblinking eye of three flat screen televisions, the full bar serves up a bevvy of tequila-based drinks including mango margaritas and a quirky Herradura and tonic combo known as a TNT. The taps dispense pints of Dos Equis and Coors Light with obligatory bottles of Corona and lime available. Happy hour is 3 to 8p.m. daily and features half-off margaritas, well drinks and appetizers. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Cedar Creek Inn

    Cedar Creek Inn

    20 Pointe Drive Brea, CA 92821
    714-255-5600

    http://www.cedarcreekinn.com The various Cedar Creeks offer similar menus featuring prime rib, rack of lamb and homemade desserts. The Brie-and-pecan-stuffed chicken breast comes with a creamy pear-sage sauce that draws out the fine, nutty flavor of the pecans. The large butterflied scampi is served with capers and diced Roma tomatoes. And the pot roast is a tribute to hearty northern Midwest German-American cooking. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Cha Cha

    Cha Cha's Tacos and Tequila

    110 W. Birch St. Brea, CA 92821
    714-255-1040

    http://www.chachasbrea.com One guess what the starring spirit is here. Located in the downtown Brea spot once occupied by Market City Cafe, Cha Cha's maintains much of the architectural aesthetic of that eatery. The walls go from exposed brick walls to clean plaster; you can still see the brick arches of the kitchen ovens. But now, the dark wooden shelves lining the beige upper walls of the bar house potted agave plants-because of the theme, see? With 45 different labels on hand, this joint features a wealth of signature tequila-based cocktails. Want something foamier? Go with a Dos Equis, Tecate or Blue Moon from the tap. Distractions such as pool and video games are absent, but Cha Cha's makes up for this with a lively crowd of revelers in addition to projected screenings of classic films such as The Three Amigos on any given night. Tuesdays feature half-off tequilas; happy hour is Sunday through Thursday all day. Salud! Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • City Grill & Spirits

    City Grill & Spirits

    103 W. Imperial Highway Brea, CA 92821

    Sporting a new name as well as new ownership, Brea's City Grill and Spirits was once the Fitness Grill. Though the joint is located in the shopping center south of the Brea Promenade, it still manages to exude the cosmopolitan charm of its northern neighbors. The room's surfaces are glow with earthen tones-taupe bricks and wood-paneled floors- while the chairs have the curious attribute of golf clubs for legs. The main attraction at the full bar is the wine selection, which boasts a sizable list of labels; the beer selection nothing to cough at, either. Though they only have Shock Top on tap, there's a modest but respectable selection of bottled brews including Amstel, Peroni, Newcastle and Guinness. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Diamonds Billiard Club

    Diamonds Billiard Club

    910 E. Birch St. Brea, CA 92821
    714-255-1800

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Diamonds-Billiard-Club-in-Brea-CA/79548581007 Diamonds Billiard Club is more than a mere pool hall. Yes, it sports 12 tan, nine-foot billiard tables, but each has its own black leather booth. Best of all, Diamonds has a full bar and a nice selection of draft beers including Heineken, Bass, Guiness and Pyramid hef. The art deco design, leopard-print carpet and unfinished ceiling create an Egyptian feel and a relaxing atmosphere. A dance floor sits to one side of the circular bar and a large window in front of the building looks out onto the hills of Brea. A private room, table reservations and bottle service are available. Happy hour specials on food, drinks and pool tables are offered daily 4 p.m.--8 p.m. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Shady Nook

    Shady Nook

    151 S. Kramer Brea, CA 92821
    714-672-9440

    Sure, the Shady Nook is a dive, but only in the most affectionate sense of the term. Featuring air conditioning, clean floors and a wealth of diversions other than booze, this spot satisfies a diverse range of tastes. Patrons can enjoy digital dart games, Spider-Man pinball, two pool tables as well as the addictive Big Buck first-person shooter. But let us not forget the drinks. Though this bar is bereft of hard liquor, it serves a nice array of draft beers-including Michelob Amber Bock and a tasty Hefeweizen-as well as a small selection of wines, sakes and sojus. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Sinister Pointe

    195 Arovista Circle Brea, CA 92821
    714-404-8729

    http://www.sinisterpointe.com

  • Taps Fish House & Brewery

    Taps Fish House & Brewery

    101 E. Imperial Highway Brea, CA 92821
    714-257-0101

    http://www.tapsfishhouse.com Located in the desperately fine-dining-deficient Brea, this place has everything-from steaks, chicken and pastas to an immense oyster bar. Gorge yourself with abandon on such appetizers as tropical-shrimp quesadillas or French Quarter Egg Rolls. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Tut

    Tut's Bar & Grill

    900 Birch St. Brea, CA 92821
    714-990-6000

    Part of the charm of this joint is that it's in an opulent hotel lobby. And after the 7:30 p.m. crowd leaves, it becomes a quiet place to get a drink or catch a football game in peace on one of the small TVs. Featuring Egyptian hieroglyphs on the wall and the décor of an upscale Newport town home (ceiling fans, wood shutters and beige walls), Tut's offers a full bar as well as a decent selection of bottled beers. Labels include Sam Adams, Newcastle and Heineken. And you can't beat the view outside the room: a towering stack of hotel rooms housed inside a massive, glass-roofed indoor structure. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Two 40 South

    Two 40 South

    240 S. Brea Blvd. Brea, CA 92821
    714-912-1053

    http://www.two40south.com Two 40 South’s cellar reportedly has more than 12,000 bottles of wines stacked floor-to-ceiling and at least a few barrels from which 10-cent tastings are offered, but the reason you want to go is for 32 bottles in particular. The 16 whites and 16 reds in question are hooked up with tubes to a monolithic, computerized, vending machine that separates the formal dining room from the bar. Yes, Two 40 South has relegated the world’s most uppity beverage to a contraption one associates more with frozen yogurt and bad coffee. Your server presents you with a key card similar to what you get when you’re checking in to a hotel. You then join the other customers who are hovering around the dispensers, tapping their chins as they mull typewritten tasting notes. When it’s time to make a choice, you grab an appropriate glass from a rack dangling above the machine—a wider goblet for the reds, a narrower one for the whites. Then you insert the card as though you’re about to pump gas at a Chevron and push the button for the portion size as though you’re picking the octane—either a squirt, a half or full glass. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Yard House

    Yard House

    160 S. Brea Blvd. Brea, CA 92821
    714-529-9273

    http://www.yardhouse.com While this restaurant chain dots the American landscape coast to coast, mass consumerism hasn't dinged the Brea location's independent spirit. This is one of the better places for the craft-minded beer connoisseur to have a top-shelf drinking experience. Featuring 130 taps, a moderate wine selection and daily happy-hour specials (pints run from $3.50 to $4.25), there's a flavor here for every taste. Beers of note include the Blue Dog Sea Ale and selections from the Eel River Brewery in Humbolt County. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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