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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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  • 3 Thirty 3 Waterfront

    3 Thirty 3 Waterfront

    333 Bayside Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-673-8464

    http://www.3thirty3nb.com Part eclectic upscale eatery, part snazzy bar/social hot spot, this well-appointed room packs in famished foodies and prowling cougars alike. The Thai calamari served with aioli dipping sauce is a favorite, as are the stiff drinks and sinfully sweet desserts. There is also live entertainment Sunday's from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Read more about 3 Thirty 3 Waterfront >>

  • The Alley Restaurant

    The Alley Restaurant

    4501 W. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-646-9126

    http://www.thealleynewportbeach.com An upscale pub with gourmet takes on traditional comfort foods such as steaks, dipped sandwiches and seafood, washed down with a very good wine list. Read more about The Alley Restaurant >>

  • Ami Beaucoup Martini Lounge

    151 E. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-673-3425

  • 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 >>

  • Beach Ball

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

  • 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 >>

  • Big Canyon Country Club

    Big Canyon Country Club

    1 Big Canyon Dr Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-644-5404

    http://www.bigcanyoncc.org

  • Billy

    Billy's At the Beach

    2751 W. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-722-1100

    http://www.billysatthebeach.net With a Hawaiian theme and a view of the docks, Billy's at the Beach is one of the more relaxing bars in Newport Beach. Sitting at the end of Riverside Avenue on West Coast Highway, Billy's has a wide array of liquors, bottled beers and one of the best wine selections in Orange County. Ask one of the folks on the staff how many wines are on their list and they might chuckle and tell you they can't count that high. The rich wooden décor and low lighting are accented by the outdoor patio's pale granite tables and heat lamps that surround a separate bar lined with bamboo. Live acoustic cover artists are sporadically featured at Billy's and add to the bar's tranquility. Read more about Billy's At the Beach >>

  • Blackie

    Blackie's By The Sea

    2118 W. Oceanfront Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-1074

    http://www.blackiesbythesea.com As the name implies, Blackie's By the Sea sits adjacent to the actual beach of Newport Beach. The quaint cash-only bar offers 12 beers on tap, as well as a handful of bottled brews, a full liquor selection and a modest wine list. More than dozen flat-screen TVs line the walls and a couple of pool tables (free on Wednesday and Thursday nights) sit in the back surrounded by life preservers, beer signs, and photos of regulars and the staff. The bar's merchandise, surfboards and novelty license plates hang from the ceiling; antique beer cans and dozens of police and sheriff's patches line the wall behind the bar. There are no drink specials, but domestic drafts are always $3.50. Blackie's provides free chili dogs on Monday nights, and on Wednesday night, you can get all-you-can-eat tacos with the purchase of two drinks. Read more about Blackie's By The Sea >>

  • Blackies By the Sea

    Blackies By the Sea

    2118 W. Oceanfront Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-1074

    http://www.blackiesbythesea.com

  • The Bootlegger Bar

    The Bootlegger Bar

    15 Crystal Cove Newport Beach, CA 92657
    949-376-6900

    http://www.thebeachcombercafe.com The Bootlegger Bar, isa tiki-style tavern tucked into the shady side of Crystal Cove State Beach in Laguna Beach and connected to the Beachcomber Cafe by an elevated walkway. With a full bar, there's a wide variety of tropical drinks to choose from, but if the swing-era oldies, pirate mural and vintage Hollywood posters don't have you craving a mai tai, both the mojitos and margaritas are well-fashioned and provide a fine pairing with the available appetizers, particularly the wonton-shell ahi taco sliders and the lobster croquettes. Besides the small fleet of barstools, the outdoor seating area is cozy and convivial and provides a nice respite from the summer heat and screaming kids down on the beach. If you're not already staying at one of the rental cottages just across the creek, you'll have to park across Pacific Coast Highway and either take the shuttle, which drops you right at the restaurant, or hike downhill and through the tunnel to get there. Read more about The Bootlegger Bar >>

  • Cassidy

    Cassidy's Bar and Grill

    2603 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-8949

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cassidys-Bar-Grill/79128552008 Oh, crunchy, fatty bliss that is Cassidy’s cheeseburger: a perfectly toasted bun, patty as thick as your thumb, with large pickles and a smear of secret sauce adding necessary tartness, the cheddar cheese melting so that it looks like plastic but tastes almost silken. They do put a bit too much lettuce, but the resultant crunch reminds you why lettuce is a part of the hamburger equation in the first place—every bite unleashes freshness, adds texture, becomes as refreshing as a wet napkin on the face during a muggy day. There’s no need for fries—a massive bag of Have’A Chip, spiked with their tangy house barbecue sauce, will do. Read more about Cassidy's Bar and Grill >>

  • Classic Q Billiards & Sports Club

    Classic Q Billiards & Sports Club

    4250 Martingale Way Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-261-9458

    http://www.theclassicq.com The 45 HDTVs and gorgeous Sanibel pool tables pack in the local game fans. Fortunately, the food matches the classy surroundings. Classic Q specializes in quality versions of traditional pub grub, including onion rings, massive baskets of fries and jalapeño poppers. The main attractions, though, are the juicy half-pound burgers. The kitchen turns out 10 varieties to satisfy beer- and sports-fueled appetites. Read more about Classic Q Billiards & Sports Club >>

  • Crow Burger Kitchen

    Crow Burger Kitchen

    3107 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-673-2747

    http://www.crowburgerkitchen.com Though the Crow Burger Kitchen is known for its innovative food, one would be remiss were they to overlook the incredible beer offering. Associated with the Crow Bar in Corona del Mar, this Balboa Peninsula location sports a minimalist, streamlined look.  The open-air patio draws ocean breezes into a handsome wood-paneled room where two large grey pipes behind the bar conceal 32 tap lines— functional and aesthetically pleasing. The spigots dispense a long list of craft labels including Firestone IPA, Allagash White, and Lost Coast Alley Cat. The waitresses and bar tenders here are incredibly knowledgeable about the products they sell, so be sure to pick their brains for the perfect pint. Read more about Crow Burger Kitchen >>

  • The District Cocktail Lounge

    The District Cocktail Lounge

    121 McFadden St. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-673-4470

    http://www.thedistrictlounge.com With its rich mahogany interior and ornate woodwork, The District Lounge purports to hold the oldest liquor license in Newport Beach. Originally opened as the Stag in 1914, the District was renovated and returned to original glory in 2006. Located within walking distance of the Newport Pier, this bar, which features a modest selection of domestic beers on draft as well as a full complement of liquors, is a great spot for people watching. The lounge features two pool tables and a photo booth, as well as several flat-screen TVs. Read more about The District Cocktail Lounge >>

  • Duke's Place

    1221 W. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-645-5000

    http://www.balboabayclub.com/dining-entertainment/dukes-place/

  • Fig & Olive

    Fig & Olive

    151 Newport Ctr Dr Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-877-3005

    http://www.figandolive.com FIG & OLIVE is about passion for the best olive oils, flavors, and cuisine from the Riviera & Coastal regions of the South of France, Italy, and Spain. Our large variety of extra virgin olive oils was selected to be paired with each dish and to be offered for tasting at the beginning of each meal. With locations in Los Angeles and New York, FIG & OLIVE brings the best of the Riviera to your table. Read more about Fig & Olive >>

  • Island Market

    Island Market

    500 S. Bayfront Newport Beach, CA 92662-1016
    949-673-8580

    http://Island Market (500 S. Bayfront)

  • Javier

    Javier's Cantina and Grill

    7832 E. Coast Highway Newport Beach, CA 92657
    949-494-1239

    http://www.javiers-cantina.com Located directly across from the ocean, Javier's newest location is more opulent than ever. Walking into Javier's Cantina-through palm trees and fire-is like walking into another land. The dimly lit bar has a club vibe; the metal tree sculpture holding various tequilas over the bar is worth the trip in just to ogle. Of course, dining at a place like this can be pricey, but if you get to Javier's early, you can snag a seat on the patio and indulge in its happy hour. Read more about Javier's Cantina and Grill >>

  • Juliette Kitchen & Bar

    Juliette Kitchen & Bar

    1000 Bristol St N Newport Beach, CA 92660
    949-752-5854

    http://www.juliettenb.com Juliette Kitchen and Bar is in every way different from its location’s predecessor Pascal Olhats’ Tradition. Gone are the stuffy white-linen tables and claustrophobic room dividers. Everything has been stripped down to the foundation and bare wood. The chairs are unvarnished, the seats made of wicker. The whole space now feels breezy and loose. If dining at Tradition felt like wearing an overstarched suit, eating at Juliette Kitchen is the equivalent of putting on an unbuttoned beach shirt. Ask for the smoked ocean trout salad. You’ll not have a sharper, more complex plate of food involving arugula than this. The nose-tickling smokiness of the flaked fish, the cloying bent of the stewed cherries and tartness of pickled onions seem initially at odds with one another, but then, somehow, they end up in harmony. Read more about Juliette Kitchen & Bar >>

  • Lido Isle Clubhouse

    701 Via Lido Soud Newport Beach, CA 92663
    714-432-5087

    http://Lido Isle Clubhouse (701 Via Lido Soud)

  • Malarky

    Malarky's

    3011 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-2340

    http://www.malarkysirishpub.com

  • The Movie Experience

    13 Corporate Plaza Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660-7987
    949-721-7090

  • Mutt Lynchs

    Mutt Lynchs

    2300 W. Oceanfront Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-1556

    http://www.muttlynchs.com Located in the row of bars, restaurants and shops lining the sands of Newport Beach, Mutt Lynch's boasts large windows that draw in the cool ocean breeze as you drink. Surfboards and a cherry-red beach cruiser hang from the ceiling, creating a local-favorite atmosphere that continues with the long picnic tables and benches that fill the lower level of the two-tiered watering hole. The bar sits on the second level, with a pool table and additional seating. With more than 30 beers bottled and on tap, Mutt Lynch's also offers a modest wine list and a line of specialty cocktails featuring Ku Soju as the main ingredient. Read more about Mutt Lynchs >>

  • Newport Beach Brewing Company

    Newport Beach Brewing Company

    2920 Newport Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-8449

    http://www.newportbeachbrewingcompany.com Any brewery with its city's name in the title needs to do two things: attract locals, and get them drunk. That's what happens at Newport Beach Brewing Co., where the bros and bro-ettes of the county's glitziest burg congregate either before or instead of a night in the clubs at the tip of the peninsula. But unlike so much in coastal OC, there's not much pretense here. The crowd is pretty, yeah, but everyone's dressed casually. The menu is as massive and as greasy as you'd like. The digs are spacious, inviting and smell only slightly of seafood (the place used to be a fish market). The beers? Meticulously crafted for tastiness. What's not to love about a Newport Beach blonde? Read more about Newport Beach Brewing Company >>

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