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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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  • Orchid Restaurant and Lounge

    Orchid Restaurant and Lounge

    3033 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-557-8070 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 Orchid Restaurant and Lounge >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Quattro Caffe

    Quattro Caffe

    3333 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-754-0300 Don't be put off by its shopping-mall location; this restaurant can stand on its own. The mid-priced Italian trattoria transcends its surroundings with a bright, wood-paneled décor; patio area; and flavorful cuisine to match. The pasta, naturally, is a perennial favorite, especially the to-die-for linguine vongole with clams, parsley, white wine and garlic. The meat secondi dishes are generous entrées with surprising additions. The Pollo alla Birra, sautéed chicken breast with prosciutto and fontina cheese, goes over the top with scrumptious asiago mashed potatoes. The wine and champagne list is a knockout; only in OC will you have bottles of Cristal and Krug in the mall. You can splurge on clothes and fine dining in one shot. Read more about Quattro Caffe >>

  • Shark Club

    Shark Club

    841 Baker St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-751-6428 Offering an intense mash-up of industrial and renaissance decor, the Shark Club of Costa Mesa is a huge venue complete with a 2,000-gallon shark tank, full bar, restaurant, and two burning fireplaces. Shark club is home to three major club events from Thursday to Saturday and can get insanely crowded after 10 p.m. on a weekend night. Plenty of plush lounge chairs offer a place to chill, but don't count on carrying out a conversation without losing your voice. DJs rock the house all night long spinning hip-hop, dance, and Top 40. Dress code is enforced, so get out those skirts and tighten your belts. Read more about Shark Club >>

  • Skosh Monahan

    Skosh Monahan's

    2000 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-548-0099 With its pictures of Irish castles and cocktail waitresses in tiny plaid skirts, Skosh Monahan's fits the description of an Irish pub. Befitting a bar inspired by the Emerald Isle, it's warm and inviting, even if it is owned by Costa Mesa Mayor Gary Monahan. The full bar is nicely outfitted with plush, cushioned booths surrounded by 12 plasma, flat-screen TVs beaming a variety of sporting events. Interestingly, the walls bear prints of famous starlets such as Audrey Hepurn and Liz Taylor. The beer selection here is ample with an assortment of micro brews, domestics and imports. Labels include: Ubita IPA, Blue Moon, Haywire Hefeweizen, Boddington's and Smithwick's. Happy hour is Tuesday through Friday 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and includes domestic pints at $3.75 and imports at $5.25. Read more about Skosh Monahan's >>

  • Tiki Bar

    Tiki Bar

    1700 Placentia Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-270-6262 Located just minutes from Triangle Square is the Tiki Bar, an aptly named joint that doubles as a music venue. The building is divided into three spacious sections which include a stage, bar area with two pool tables and a smoking patio. The performance room sees an eclectic mix of reggae, punk, country & western on any given night. The bar maids rock the fishnets and short skirts while the bar tenders look like your average beach bums. Drinks are reasonably priced, with domestic draft beers at $4 per pint and $5 mixed drinks. The spigots pour a respectable variety of beers including: Shock Top, Bud Light, Newcastle and Guiness. There's also a lobster tank with a robotic claw that allows you to try to catch your dinner in a way you've probably never imagined. Read more about Tiki Bar >>

  • Tin Lizzie Saloon

    Tin Lizzie Saloon

    752 Saint Claire Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-966-2029 With origins dating back to the 1950s, Tin Lizzie Saloon is Orange County's premier gay bar, where locals and out-of-towners come to mingle in a lively atmosphere and indulge in fine wine and spirits. Open daily, the swanky, red-hued Victorian saloon is located in the heart of SoBeCa (South on Bristol Entertainment, Culture and Arts) in Costa Mesa. Realizing the potential of the Tin Lizzie Saloon space, The Memphis Group owners acquired the property after a 10-yeaer courtship. As part of its ongoing support of the revitalization and development of SoBeCa, the group revamped the interior under the guidance of investor and local bar owner Mike Connely. The saloon's plush, new décor features red pin-and-tuck banquettes with brass foot rails, velvet-embossed "flocked" wallpaper, ornate gold sconces, velvet drapes and hardwood floors. An intriguing display of avant-garde photography decorates the walls. Considered a gay oasis in conservative OC's urban sprawl, Tin Lizzie Saloon serves up a wide selection of premium wines by the glass as well as signature martinis. A pool table and a vast selection of music on a satellite jukebox provide lively entertainment. With a new investment of energy and resources, Tin Lizzie Saloon continues its long tradition of offering a spirited and welcoming atmosphere for OC's gay community. Read more about Tin Lizzie Saloon >>

  • Tony

    Tony's Place

    2052 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627-7140

    http://Tony's Place (2052 Newport Blvd.)

  • Wing Nuts

    Wing Nuts

    3030 Harbor Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626

    Wing Nuts sports a bar perfect for lunchtime imbibery: After all, it's located in a Costa Mesa shopping center. Though their specialty is wings, they have a nice little drinking area with a respectable range of choices. The decor is corrugated, metallic and aviation-themed, featuring two massive wings from an old war bird salvaged from a plane graveyard in Nevada. The walls are also decked out with vintage aviation murals. The bar is fully outfitted with hard alcohol as well as several beers on draft from Budweiser and Bud Light to Newcastle, Guinness and Fat Tire. Read more about Wing Nuts >>

  • The Yard House

    The Yard House

    1875 Newport Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-642-0090 It can be argued the Yardhouse franchise is among the original gastropubs, with its emphasis on carefully crafted cuisine and unique mixed drinks. But Yardhouse is best-known for its vast beer selection, with 180 on tap. The selection changes slightly with the seasons, but a majority are available year-round. The Yardhouse also offers mixed drinks: cocktails, martinis, even beer combinations. The interior is dark, with rich, wooden booths and tables with low-slung lights hovering above. The best lighting can be found at the brushed, stainless-steel bar in the middle of the room, showing they know what matters here. Large, modern-art murals hang over black- leather booths, and there are more than a dozen flat-screen TVs spread throughout the room. The Yardhouse in Costa Mesa also features a patio that looks out onto Newport Boulevard. Read more about The Yard House >>

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