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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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  • Agaves Kitchen Tequila

    200 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-7700

  • Ashley

    Ashley's Bar & Grill

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

    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 this Orange County bar or club >>

  • 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 this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Baystreet Lounge

    Baystreet Lounge

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

    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 this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Basement Lounge

    The Basement Lounge

    149 Linden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-901-9090

    http://www.basementloungelb.com Although the friendly folk and promoters of the Basement Lounge still refer to it as such, the place officially goes by the moniker Club 149. Get the details on this Downtown Long Beach hot spot here. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Beach Club Sports Bar & Grill

    Beach Club Sports Bar & Grill

    5755 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-494-7593

    http://www.thebeachclubsportsbar.com With its rocky walls, bar top textured to look like crashing waves and ornamental surfboards hanging throughout the room, the Beach Club Sports Bar & Grill could have served as the set for the film Point Break. This bar attracts thirtysomethings, some college students and families. The taps dispense a large selection of suds including Newcastle, Stella Artois, Sierra Nevada and Widmer as well as standard domestics such as Coors and Miller Lite. If beer isn't your thing, hard alcohol is also served and the Beach Club has a long list of specialty mixed drinks and margaritas. Try a Bomb Pop—made with Svedka Cherry Vodka DeKupyer Island Punch Lemonade and Grenadine—it'll tickle your sweet tooth while giving you a nice buzz. Entertainment is available via multiple ballgames playing on a dozen TVs as well as a small room off the main bar featuring a pool table and basketball shooting game. And hey, you can play the lobster claw game; catch a lobster and it gets cooked free. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    5258 E. Second St. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-439-8181

    http://www.bjsrestaurants.com If you've been to BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, then you already know the deep-dish is delish, the Pizookie is not to be passed over, and the brewed-in-house beer selection will satisfy any aficionado. The Long Beach location is in the heart of Belmont Shore, and it's one of the original BJs to open along the SoCal coastline. It is a quarter the size of the newer BJ's Restaurants and still carries the earlier "Chicago Style" logo, yet the red-brick walls and TVs perpetually tuned to ballgames give the place the familiar BJs feel of a firehouse turned sports bar. Though it doesn't feature a full bar, there are plenty of craft beers available, all brewed at the Brea location (Pumpkin Ale, anyone?). And don't forget to try one of the most delicious pale ales on the planet, Pirahna. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Bliss 525

    525 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802

  • The Blue Cafe

    The Blue Cafe

    217 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-436-3600

    http://www.bluecafelive.com A lively spot in downtown Long Beach rocking live music nightly. The Blue Cafe is located in a cavernous building featuring two levels. Down stairs is where the stage is located and local bands play everything from punk to blues. Taps dispense a moderate selection of brews and a bottled selection is available as well. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Boomer's

    5456 E. Del Amo Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90808
    562-421-9847

  • The Brit

    The Brit

    1744 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-9742

    The 1700 block of East Broadway is a good place to be if you like inexpensive, cozy gay watering holes like the Brit. It's small and dark inside, and the bartenders and patrons are fun and friendly. There's no better place if you're looking for a no-fuss, casual atmosphere to hang out, talk and drink. As one patron put it, the Brit is "laid-back, no attitude." It has a full liquor bar and offers a good selection of beers, including Newcastle, Blue Moon, Shock Top Belgian White, Guinness and Sam Adams. It also has a smoking patio, three television screens, two pool tables and an Internet jukebox. Happy hour starts when the bar opens and lasts until 7 p.m., featuring $3 beer and well drinks, with $2 drafts. On Thursdays, beers are $2.50 and pool is free. It's cash-only, but don't worry-if you forget your scratch, there's an ATM inside. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Bull Bar

    The Bull Bar

    3316 E. Seventh St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-433-6282

    http://www.bullbarlongbeach.com Serving up draft beers and mixed drinks, the Bull Bar stands out between the Drapery Store and a Starbucks. Dimly lit and narrow, the place can feel a little cramped, especially when it gets crowded on weekends. But the bartenders have an antidote for claustrophobia: strong drinks at a reasonable price. A typical cocktail such as a 7 and 7 will set you back $5. Entertainment comes in the form of four TVs, two pool tables and live entertainment Thursdays through Sundays. Join the other patrons by decorating a dollar bill and adding it to the collection displayed on the walls of the joint. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Cave 49

    49 S. Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    949-887-4952

  • Clancy

    Clancy's Irish Pub & Restaurant

    803 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-1836

    http://www.clancyslb.com Clancy's is notable among the bars along Long Beach's busy Broadway stretch in that it is endearingly comfy instead of trendy and loud. The fish and chips blunt the effects of Jameson and Guinness, the preferred way to start your evening of merriment with friends. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Club 149

    Club 149

    149 Linden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-901-9090

    http://www.club149.com Pretty much anyone who has spent a sizable amount of time in North County has heard of this near-historic hangout. Suffering its ups and downs, the Basement Lounge got its start as an ultra hip subterranean nightclub, but ran into some legal issues a few years back regarding some sexy parties... and we'll pretty much leave it at that. Now under new management, the Basement Lounge (officially Club 149) is back and making its comeback. The Lounge, although still cramped as ever, strives for style with greater accessibility than ever before. You can catch everything from poetry readings to DJ sets within its walls, so if you're looking for a sleek venue with a dash of intellect, this is the place to be. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Club Ripples

    Club Ripples

    5101 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90803
    562-433-0357

    http://www.clubripples.com

  • Club Samba

    245 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-508-4504

    http://www.clubsamba.com

  • Cohiba Nightclub and Cigar Lounge

    Cohiba Nightclub and Cigar Lounge

    110 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-491-5220

    http://www.cohibalongbeach.com A flight of stairs off Broadway leads the way to Cohiba, a fixture of the Pine Avenue nightclub scene. This establishment is sectioned into three rooms: a chill lounge, an entertaining live-music venue and popping nightclub. The largest space is 90 percent dance floor; its stage hosts reggae tunes on Sunday nights. Each room has at least one wall of oversized windows offering a view of the bustling nightlife and the breathtaking LBC skyline.Moderately priced drinks are available from two separate bars. The smallest room hosts DJs ranging in style from house to hip-hop. The mid-sized room rocks a cigar lounge selling a nice selection of stogies. Patrons can smoke in the lounge while taking in the game on TV or playing on one of the three pool tables. Guest lists and cover charges vary by night and promoter. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Congregation Ale House

    Congregation Ale House

    201 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-2337

    http://www.congregationalehouse.com Congregation, which is part of a mini chain of beer bars with other “chapters” in Azusa and Pasadena, has a church theme; but it’s done with just enough tongue-in-cheekiness it bypasses blasphemy and becomes nothing more than good-natured satire. A “collection plate” next to the register is actually the tip jar. Happy Hours are called “Mass,” with a late-night one called “Midnight Mass.” And flitting about the room in fetishistic Catholic-schoolgirl uniforms with pleated skirts hitched up scandalously far above the knee are servers who’ll offer to top off your soda. But if it’s water you want, you get it yourself at a “Holy Water” station. Religious kidding aside, Congregation is all business everywhere else. It’s downright liturgical in charging only $7 to $8 for the holy trinity of foods that go well with beer: sausage sandwiches, burgers and pizza. This place understands that people who are willing to queue up to order food in a bar like this aren’t interested in anything fancier than what they can hold in their hands or eat with their fingers. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Cotton Club West

    730 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-437-8355

    http://www.myspace.com/cottonclubwest

  • DiPiazza

    DiPiazza's Restaurant & Lounge

    5205 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-498-2461

    http://www.dipiazzas.com They offer a huge menu selection, including American dishes; you'll want to try the enticing fettuccine Alfredo, lasagna, shrimp and pastas. The chicken Parmigiana melt sandwich and the calamari steak will create lasting memories in your stomach. Plus, they sell Fernet Branca, which will cure your cholera. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • District Wine

    District Wine

    144 Linden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-612-0411

    http://www.districtwine.com Housed in the base of one of downtown Long Beach's high-rises, District Wine offers a sipping experience that's both casual and swanky, with its sizable wine list in a visually refined atmosphere. Dark wood panels line the floors, while colorful modernist paintings and leather chairs adorn the room. Behind a large rack sporting towering rows of dark-colored wine bottles is a comfy chaise lounge perfect for gathering with a group of friends and discussing subjects ranging from shoe obsessions to neuroscience-all while enjoying a delicious pino. Of course, if you're a connoisseur of more carbonated libations, there's also a well-rounded craft-beer list including Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout, Apple Floris from Belgium and an Organic Strawberry Ale. Obviously not in the same realm as the Budweisers and PBRs of the world, but these beers won't break the bank at around $7 a bottle. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • El Dorado Restaurant

    El Dorado Restaurant

    3014 N. Studebaker Road Long Beach, CA 90808
    562-421-2122

    Bacon-wrapped shrimp are the way to go at this old-school diner and live-music venue in Long Beach; otherwise, stick to the appetizers. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Executive Suite

    The Executive Suite

    3428 E. Pacific Coast Highway Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-597-3884

    Serving Long Beach's LGBT community, the Executive Suite mixes up stiff drinks from a full bar as well as a modest offering of brews. Though the interior decor is a little inconsistent: rustic tiki masks and grass lined bar tops meet modern glass tiles and a sleek wood floor— it just adds to this spot's charm. Distractions include a jukebox spinning hip hop and pop as well as two pool tables. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Falcon

    The Falcon

    1435 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-432-4146

    http://www.thefalcon.us The Falcon is teeny, but when you're looking for a cozy neighborhood spot, that's a good thing. The unimposing entrance on the eponymous Falcon Avenue is just north of Broadway, a hot spot for gay nightlife in Long Beach. Though it's known as a gay bar, the little dive's crowd is far from exclusively LGBT. Absent the usual gay-bar garish decorations, the Falcon favors dim lighting, a pitched wooden roof and slowly twirling ceiling fans, plus a full bar, seven TVs, a jukebox and a dart board. On Saturdays, there's a $1 (yes, that's right: $1) beer bust from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Domestics such as Blue Moon and Pyramid sell for $3.75, and imports are $4.50. Domestic drafts cost $2.50, while imported drafts are $4, as are well drinks. The happy hour stretches from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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