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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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  • Beach Grills

    1535 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-385-1036

  • Blondie

    Blondie's Saloon

    3425 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869
    714-538-9832

    http://www.blondiessaloon.com Tucked in the middle of a shopping center, Blondie's Saloon is the epitome of a dive bar: small, dimly lit and filled with regulars. Blondie's only serves beer and wine, with limited selections of both, as well as the canned alcoholic energy drink Sparks. There are three electronic dartboards in the front of the room and two pool tables in the back. They take these games seriously: One wall is lined with dart-tournament plaques, which are next to a display case filled with billiards trophies. The wood paneling on the walls and the sports memorabilia scattered throughout the room makes Blondie's feel more like someone's den or recreation room than a bar, with the servers being scantily clad women instead of your weird uncle. Read more about Blondie's Saloon >>

  • Cafe Capri

    320 E. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867-4856
    714-639-5320

  • The Cherry Pit

    The Cherry Pit

    749 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867
    714-639-5851

    The Cherry Pit may not look like much on the outside-or inside, for that matter, with its low popcorn ceiling and well-worn carpeting-but what makes this dive bar stand out are the strong drinks and the friendly bartenders pouring them. You know you're somewhere special when the staff is so comfortable with their surroundings that they adjust their hair while chatting with patrons from behind the bar. Sociability aside, the Cherry Pit also features two pool tables, one dartboard and a Ping-Pong table. A full liquor selection and a half-dozen draft beers are complemented by a Jägermeister tap and Red Bull fridge, making the Jäger Bomb a house favorite. Read more about The Cherry Pit >>

  • Classique Limo

    1227 W. Trenton Ave. Orange, CA 92867

  • Club Rio Valsas

    851 W. Barkley Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-516-9310

  • Danny K’s Billiards & Sports Bar

    Danny K’s Billiards & Sports Bar

    1096 N. Main St. Orange, CA 92867
    714-771-9706

    http://www.dannyks.com Down the street from the Honda Center, Danny K's Billiards & Sports Bar is one of the largest pool halls in Orange County. With more than two dozen tables, a handful of dartboards, a shuffleboard table and ample seating surrounded by four large projection screens and a dozen flat-screen TVs, it offers plenty of America's barroom pastimes. There are about two dozen beers on tap, complemented by a full liquor selection and nine wines. Domestic drafts include Coors, MGD and Michelob Ultra, with premium selections such as Fat Tire, Smithwick's and Sierra Nevada. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., with premium beer starting at $4.50 and domestic beer at $3.25. Danny K's even has a functioning old-fashioned cigarette machine selling packs for $6. Read more about Danny K’s Billiards & Sports Bar >>

  • Dave & Buster

    Dave & Buster's

    20 City Blvd. W. Orange, CA 92868
    714-769-1515

    http://www.daveandbusters.com Too old for Chuck-E-Cheese's? Dave and Busters has you covered. And you can get drunk too! Be wary of the nausea-inducing games though. Drinking and video game driving also don't mix. Read more about Dave & Buster's >>

  • The District Lounge

    The District Lounge

    223 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92866
    714-639-7777

    http://www.thedistrictloungeorange.com The District Lounge's 'cue is serious, and Reverend Morton's Savory Bar-b-que Savior Sauce-a relishy, sweet glop the District crew administers judiciously to all meats-could score a ribbon in a Kansas City cook-off. The tri-tip's middle is pink, its skin charred yet juicy, and it arrives about eight lengths to an order. Ribs plop off easily, and enough chewy meat hangs off the bone to fill you and create a separate hamburger. Chicken wings slap the tongue with their salty, mesquite burn and await a dunking into a thimble of great mustard-ranch dressing. Read more about The District Lounge >>

  • Jimmy Bones

    Jimmy Bones

    1815 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92856
    714-532-4920

    The key descriptor at Jimmy Bones is "modest." The bar features a modest façade nestled in a shopping center, which gives way to a modest configuration: a simple, linear space crowded with high tables, a bar and one pool table. The draft-brew selection is, yes, modest-but also diverse, featuring labels from Budweiser and Coors to Newcastle and Guinness. The faux-brick walls are adorned with neon lights flickering the logos of California football teams and post cards of America's ballparks. The full bar offers only a small selection of hard alcohols, but the drinks are well-poured. And no matter how crowded the place gets, it maintains its friendly, unpretentious feel. Read more about Jimmy Bones >>

  • Jungle Room Bar at the Rib Trader

    Jungle Room Bar at the Rib Trader

    2710 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869
    714-744-9288

    The Jungle Room lounge, like the restaurant it's attached to is unabashedly kitschy. The walls and ceilings are stacked with rows of bamboo, primitive hunting implements and the stuffed heads of zebras and a hippopotamus. But unlike tiki bars that have the look but specialize in plastic cups of domestic beer, this place mixes up some kick-ass tropical-themed cocktails. If you stop by with a large group, be sure to order a gorilla punch—vodka, curacoa and assorted juices—but order it in the deadly-sized clam shell. A sweltering amount of booze, the staff will equip you with plenty of straws so everybody can belly up to the trough. The full bar also has a small selection of draft beers including Buweiser, Bud light and Widmer Hefeweizen. Read more about Jungle Room Bar at the Rib Trader >>

  • King

    King's Fish House

    1521 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867
    714-771-6655

    http://www.kingsfishhouse.com It's a chain, sure, but it's not so easy to discount King's Fish House. Even taking into consideration the many wonderful seafood restaurants in OC and Long Beach, one could still argue that King's is still one of the best and most consistent around. The open dining area is classic in design-a fisherman's trophy room mixed with a splash of Art Deco. Silkscreen banners and mounted fish decorate the space, and panes of corrugated glass separate each dining booth. Their menu is updated every day to reflect the latest catch. And we're pretty sure no restaurant in Orange County offers a larger selection of shucked raw oysters than King's. The names of the ever rotating varieties of open-shelled slurps ranges by season. Sometimes you'll see a Barcat hailing from Chesapeake Bay. Others you'll also encounter a Conway Cup plucked from Prince Edward Island. The Beausoleil that comes Nova Scotia is particularly sweet and briny. Read more about King's Fish House >>

  • Lazy Dog Cafe

    Lazy Dog Cafe

    1623 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867
    714-769-7020

    http://www.thelazydogcafe.com The menu is either eclectic or scattershot, depending on your point of view, with everything from pizza to kung pao. But there's no denying each entrée's inherent tastiness. The Shanghai tacos? Quite the treat, coming in the form of a large bowl filled with chicken ground to the consistency of hamburger, stir-fried with water chestnuts and shredded carrots, and accompanied by a plate of iceberg-lettuce leaves. Read more about Lazy Dog Cafe >>

  • Lucky Strike Bowling League

    Lucky Strike Bowling League

    20 City Blvd. W. Orange, CA 92868-3100
    714-937-5263

    http://www.bowlluckystrike.com

  • Lucky Strike Lanes

    Lucky Strike Lanes

    20 City Blvd. Orange, CA 92868
    714-937-5263

    http://www.bowlluckystrike.com Located on the outer ring of the Block at Orange, Lucky Strike brings a level of hipness and class to the game of bowling. The facility features 18 polished bowling lanes, with six more in a private party room, plus five billiard tables. A large projection screen hangs over every two lanes, playing music videos spun and mixed by a live DJ. The lounge area offers red-leather booths and brown-suede couches. The bar serves 10 draft beers, 15 bottled and canned brews, and a wide variety of liquors. Lucky Strike has a short list of specialty cocktails but a sizable wine and champagne list. Read more about Lucky Strike Lanes >>

  • Manhattan Steak & Seafood

    Manhattan Steak & Seafood

    202 S. Main St. Orange, CA 92868
    714-978-6161

    http://www.manhattanoc.com Everything about the restaurant looks like what you'd expect from a place formerly called Manhattan Supper Club. There's a bar that gleams of mirror and polished wood, but the best place to enjoy Stephane Beauchamp's steak culotte and other organically farmed meats is in the wine cellar, a basement-level room surrounded by walls of stone and as dark as a cave. Read more about Manhattan Steak & Seafood >>

  • Marty's Cocktail Lounge

    1766 N. Tustin St. Orange, CA 92865-4603
    714-637-9864

  • OC Sports Grill

    OC Sports Grill

    450 N. State College Blvd. Orange, CA 92868
    714-935-0300

    http://www.ocsportsgrill.com Located near Angels Stadium, OC Sports Grill subscribes to the adage that bigger is better. This cavernous place is home to 19 beers on top; thirsty sports fans have their choice of such gems as Pyramid Hefeweizen, Blue Moon, Newcastle and Bud Light, in addition to a full complement of liquors. While sipping a pint, sports fans also have the option of watching one of several flat-screen TVs (we lost count after 15), shooting stick on one of six pool tables, or partaking in a game of Golden Tee Live. For groups of drinkers, the bar offers the 100-ounce "Tower of Beer," a clear tube with a tap set up at your table that can be filled with your choice of brew (a tower of Coors will run you $28.50). Read more about OC Sports Grill >>

  • O

    O'Hara's Pub

    150 N. Glasell St. Orange, CA 92866
    714-532-9264

    http://O'Hara's Pub (150 N. Glasell St.) Located in the historic Orange Circle, O'Hara's Pub is a favorite of students from nearby Chapman University. Dozens of football helmets hang from the ceiling, and classic-rock band posters line the walls. O'Hara's boasts a full liquor selection, eight draft brews and a small offering of bottled beers. Three pool tables sit in the back next to the booths. Happy hour features $3 well drinks, and pitchers are $6.50 for domestic and $8.50 for imported beers. Food trucks-including the popular Korean/Mexican fusion Kogi-are known to frequent the parking lot behind the pub. Read more about O'Hara's Pub >>

  • OC Sports Grill

    OC Sports Grill

    450 N. State College Blvd. Orange, CA 92868
    714-935-0300

    http://www.ocsportsgrill.com Located near Angels Stadium, OC Sports Bar subscribes to the adage that bigger is better. This cavernous place is home to 19 beers on top; thirsty sports fans have their choice of such gems as Pyramid Hefeweizen, Blue Moon, Newcastle and Bud Light, in addition to a full complement of liquors. While sipping a pint, sports fans also have the option of watching one of several flat-screen TVs (we lost count after 15), shooting stick on one of six pool tables, or partaking in a game of Golden Tee Live. For groups of drinkers, the bar offers the 100-ounce "Tower of Beer," a clear tube with a tap set up at your table that can be filled with your choice of brew (a tower of Coors will run you $28.50). Read more about OC Sports Grill >>

  • The Olive Pit

    The Olive Pit

    834 E. Lincoln Ave. Orange, CA 92865
    714-974-9994

    http://www.olive-pit.com Just finding the Olive Pit in Orange can present an adventure in and of itself. It's located off a fast moving boulevard, down a steep driveway, behind a strip mall-one of the more unusual locales for a watering hole in the county. But once inside, you'll find a well-kept bar rocking the dive-chic look. Ceiling fans twirl slowly, vinyl cushioned stools adorn the linoleum floor and Christmas lights always hang from the wood-trimmed panels above the bar top. The full bar features a small selection of bottled brews as well as 10 beers on tap. Labels include Budweiser, Bud Light and Stella Artois. There are also three pool tables, a couple video games and a jukebox. Read more about The Olive Pit >>

  • Paul

    Paul's Cocktails

    207 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92866
    714-639-2480

    http://Paul's Cocktails (207 W. Chapman Ave.) Paul's Cocktails, located near the Orange traffic circle, opens at 6 a.m.--perhaps so nearby Chapman University students can have a drink to take the edge off when cramming for finals. There is no happy hour at Paul's, but drinks are fairly cheap, with most draft beers starting at less than $4. The full bar hosts a dozen draft beers, as well as a wide array of bottled and canned brews. Paul's also offers an outdoor patio area with three pool tables, a dart board and a second bar for busy nights. The bartenders, while friendly, are also known for skipping what they consider to be bad songs that are chosen on the jukebox, so choose wisely. Read more about Paul's Cocktails >>

  • The Pint House

    The Pint House

    1547 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867
    714-633-7468

    http://www.thepinthouse.com

  • Prime Cut Cafe

    Prime Cut Cafe

    1547 W. Katella Ave. Orange, CA 92867
    714-532-4300

    http://www.primecutcafe.com This steakhouse looks like a steakhouse. So it should be no surprise that it mainly serves steaks alongside potatoes-baked, fried and other. But what might surprise you is Prime Cut offers warm cookies and milk for dessert. What steakhouse does that? Read more about Prime Cut Cafe >>

  • The Pump Room

    The Pump Room

    1532 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92868
    714-978-6010

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Pump-Room/290369994307566?rf=223366877692643 The Pump Room is a bar in Orange. It's as relaxed a bikin bar as you've ever been to--and given the servers pour drinks and hand off popcorn while in their unmentionables, that's a stunning accomplishment. There are no lechers; there's no air of perversion, no attitude. It's mostly regulars of all ages, people who feel so at home they bring in pizza and other food with the knowing approval of the staff. You could take your mom here, and she wouldn't blink. There are no crazy posters, no random mementos with inside-baseball stories--just the girls, the drinks, the music and the entertainment (in the form of pool tables and about 10 flat-screens). Read more about The Pump Room >>

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