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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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  • Bluewater Grill

    Bluewater Grill

    2409 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
    714-258-3474

    http://www.bluewatergrill.com It's all seafood all the time at this upscale chain establishment. The catches are fresh, and the chefs are not stingy with the portions. The Oyster Bar serves up delicious clam pots and oyster shots, and the kitchen's Bluewater Classics include beer-battered fish and chips, panko-fried shrimp, and a massive Australian lobster tail. An extensive sushi bar delivers some excellent raw choices, such as the unagi (freshwater eel) and amaebi (sweet shrimp). Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Booties

    Booties

    14258 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-573-0020

  • Bowlmor Lanes

    Bowlmor Lanes

    2405 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
    714-258-2695

    http://www.bowlmor.com/orangecounty/home.php With its 30 glow-in-the dark lanes and 12-foot-tall flat-screen TVs above each one, plus a towering bar featuring a full array of liquor, Tustin's Bowlmor Lanes isn't your grandparents' bowling alley. If it's a cocktail you're craving, Bowlmor has what you need to make any number of concoctions. The bar also offers large selections of wine and beers on tap. The interior is beautifully designed, with mid-century decor and large spherical hanging lights, as well as massive neon bowling balls lining the walls. And if knocking down pins isn't enough to sate your thrill-seeking appetites, look to the four billiards tables and impressive arcade. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Deva

    Deva's

    672 El Camino Real Tustin, CA 92780
    714-731-9900

    http://www.devasbar.com A dive bar's dive bar, Deva's is found under the shadow of the 5 Freeway and is the kind of place you'd love if you were a regular, a bit intimidating if you're not. Come for darts, a pool table, and plenty of cheap, cheap drinks. You'll liable to see a few local down-and-outers there to ogle the scantily clad waitresses and the occasional actor on break from the dinner theater not fifty paces away. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Encore Dinner Theater and Club

    690 El Camino Real Tustin, CA 92780

  • JT Schmid

    JT Schmid's Restaurant & Brewery

    2415 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
    714-258-0333

    http://www.jtschmidsrestaurants.com From a light and flowery India Pale Ale to a deep, rich and bitter stout, JT Schmid's is a local brewer that pours its own hand-crafted beers just like others in its genre. Their house Hef is lemony and sips as refreshingly as a summer breeze. Happy Hours are the time to come and enjoy a pint in the company of friends, co-workers, or that pre-first date meet-up you'd rather not do at Starbucks. If you didn't know the place was brewery/restaurant, you'd half expect them to serve expensive steaks--the dining room is stylishly dark. The fried foods are excessively portioned, designed to keep you munching and thirsty enough to ask for more beer. Only this Tustin store offers the Happy Hour deals--something the older Anaheim store doesn't. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon

    Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon

    1222 Irvine Blvd. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-508-9053

    http://www.lonestarsteakhouse.com The decor of the Lone Star Saloon helps the joint live up to its Southwestern-themed moniker. Plastic cacti sprout from pots placed along the wood-plank floor; painted images of cattle drives adorn the walls; and the many liquor bottles, situated in the middle of the long bar, are flanked by the heads of two trophy bucks. Lone Star features six beers on tap, including Samuel Adams, Blue Moon as well as the eponymous Lone Star Red-brewed especially for the joint by the fine folks at the Firestone Walker craft brewery. Of course you couldn't call it a saloon if there weren't Toby Keith songs rocking through the speakers. So belly up, and take a load off. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Marty's Bar & Grill

    14401 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-544-1995

    http://www.martysbarandgrill.com

  • Marty

    Marty's Bar & Grill

    14401 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-544-1995

  • Newport Five Cocktail Lounge

    Newport Five Cocktail Lounge

    14258 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-573-0020

    Calling itself "Orange County's Premier Dive Bar," Newport Five is as "divey" as they come. The dimly lit joint houses a pool table in each of its dark, wood-paneled corners. If you're not into shooting stick, there are also dart boards, TVs, and a well-stocked juke box. The beer selection is a tad lacking-with only five labels on draft, including Shock Top, MGD and Coors Light-but this is a cocktail lounge, and luckily, Newport Five pours a stiff drink. Happy hour is Monday through Friday (from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.), with drink specials on bottled and draft beers. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill

    Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill

    654 E. First St. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-669-9818

    http://www.pineapplehillgrill.com What makes Pineapple Hill special are the "karaoke jockeys," the enthusiastic MCs who, wireless Microphones in hand, make their way through the bar chatting up the patrons and encouraging them to sing along Tuesday through Sunday nights. Thanks to the lyrics streaming on several flat-screen TVs around the room, participants can sing from anywhere in the bar. Pineapple Hill also offers a handful of beers on tap, a full compliment of liquors and a modest offering of wines. Happy hour is every day 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Roderick's

    14131 Red Hill Ave. Tustin, CA 92780-5833
    714-665-2709

  • Swinging Door

    Swinging Door

    355 El Camino Real Tustin, CA 92780
    714-832-5214

    http://www.theswingingdoor.com Though it's nestled among the quaint, idyllic brick buildings of Old Town Tustin, there's something staunchly divey about the Swinging Door. Its small, rectangular-shaped concrete floor is host to a couple of pool tables and a row of barstools. Though one might expect an older crowd to frequent this establishment, it actually caters to a college-aged clientele, typically featuring electronic music pulsating loudly through its sound system speakers. And be prepared: This place gets packed. The full bar serves up stiff cocktails courtesy of bikini-clad barmaids as well as a nice selection of brews on tap including Newcastle, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Stella, Michelob Ultra and Pyramid Hefeweizen. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Tustin Brewing Company

    Tustin Brewing Company

    13011 Newport Ave. Tustin, CA 92780
    714-665-2337

    http://www.tustinbrewery.com Housed in a building evoking a French chateau, Tustin Brewing Company specializes in beers with serious flavor. One could easily make the mistake of thinking only pretentious connoisseurs need drop in, but nothing could be further from the truth. The staff is warm and inviting and more than willing to make suggestions on the ample beer list. True to its name, this joint brews in-house as evidenced by the massive steel fermentation tanks behind the bar. Labels pay homage to the surrounding neighborhood and include Red Hill Red, and Blimp Hangar Pale Ale. Massive hand-colored pictures adorn the north and south walls and feature images of Tustin at the turn of the 20th Century and the El Toro airfield in the 1940s. There's also a small selection of hard alcohol. Chosen Best Brewery by OC Weekly in 2007. Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • Tustin Inn

    440 E. 1st St. Tustin, CA 92780-3310
    714-731-3446

  • The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar

    The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar

    2647 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782-2707
    714-258-7600

    http://www.thewineryrestaurant.net Yvon Goetz used to be the chef at David Wilhelm's long-defunct but excellent Chat Noir. Goetz was the reason it was excellent. Now at his own place, Goetz gets even more creative and daring. His menu changes routinely, but a signature Alsatian pizza is always a staple. In it, gruyere, creme fraiche, onion and bacon fuse so well into a crisp flatbread rectangle it seems insufficient to just call it a pizza. Oysters are paired with a mignonette--as well as Tabasco, if you ask. A new English pea has spoonful after spoonful of lump crab meat, so rich that every sip must equal to one pat of butter. The halibut with clam entrée manages to be simultaneously froufrou and down-home at the same time. A roster of steaks comes with the sides à la carte, served onto your plate by obsequious wait-staff wearing vests. They'll pour sauces from dainty gravy boats and grind pepper from a ridiculously oversized mill, too. Yes, it's that kind of place--all dark and romantic with high-backed, leather-clad chairs; cozy, soft booths; and a decently talented live band should your feet get restless. You also notice there's a high concentration of signed Angels memorabilia the closer you get to the restroom. And your fellow diners are a weird mix of the casual, T-shirted dudes and the wine-twirling types who rent bottle lockers. Which one are you? Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

  • The Winery

    The Winery

    2647 Park Ave. Tustin, CA 92782
    714-258-7600

    http://www.thewineryrestaurant.net Yvon Goetz used to be the chef at David Wilhelm's long-defunct but excellent Chat Noir. Goetz was the reason it was excellent. Now at his own place, Goetz gets even more creative and daring. His menu changes routinely, but a signature Alsatian pizza is always a staple. In it, gruyere, creme fraiche, onion and bacon fuse so well into a crisp flatbread rectangle it seems insufficient to just call it a pizza. Oysters are paired with a mignonette--as well as Tabasco, if you ask. A new English pea has spoonful after spoonful of lump crab meat, so rich that every sip must equal to one pat of butter. The halibut with clam entrée manages to be simultaneously froufrou and down-home at the same time. A roster of steaks comes with the sides à la carte, served onto your plate by obsequious wait-staff wearing vests. They'll pour sauces from dainty gravy boats and grind pepper from a ridiculously oversized mill, too. Yes, it's that kind of place--all dark and romantic with high-backed, leather-clad chairs; cozy, soft booths; and a decently talented live band should your feet get restless. You also notice there's a high concentration of signed Angels memorabilia the closer you get to the restroom. And your fellow diners are a weird mix of the casual, T-shirted dudes and the wine-twirling types who rent bottle lockers. Which one are you? Read more about this Orange County bar or club >>

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