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  • Hal

    Hal's Bar & Grill

    1349 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291
    310-396-3105

    http://www.halsbarandgrill.com Restaurant and full bar. No cover/min. More >>

  • The Hangar

    The Hangar

    100 Fair Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Hard Rock Cafe

    1000 Universal Studios Blvd. Universal City, CA 91608
    818-622-7625

    http://www.hardrock.com

  • The Harp Inn

    The Harp Inn

    130 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-646-8855

    http://www.harpinn.com The Harp Inn touts itself as "the most authentic Irish pub in Costa Mesa." Such claims are so often ballast, but the Irish-accented bartender, dark- green walls, European soccer games playing on the TVs, and an emphasis on Guiness and whiskey back the claims the Harp Inn makes. The three-sided bar sits near the back of the room and showcases a wide variety of whiskeys and other liquors. There are 18 beers on tap including Newcastle, Smithwicks, Stella and Boddingtons. All are served in 20 oz. glasses, because as the bar boasts, size matters. There is also a small selection of wines and champagnes. A single dartboard sits in the back, and next to the front door is a small stage that regularly hosts live bands Thursdays through Sundays. The Harp Inn features a large outdoor patio that looks out onto the relative seclusion of its location on an odd corner on 17th Street. More >>

  • Harvelle

    Harvelle's Santa Monica

    1432 Fourth St. Santa Monica, CA 90401
    310-395-1676

    http://www.harvelles.com Down-home Westside music nightspot since 1931; best to arrive early on weekends to avoid long lines. Full bar. Over 21. More >>

  • Harvelle

    Harvelle's Long Beach

    201 E. Broadway Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-239-3700

    longbeach.harvelles.com/‎ Those in search of Harvelle's Long Beach location must descend through a musty staircase leading to a space underneath Congregation Ale House. Here, guests are greeted by a dark room with hardwood floors, and plush red booths accented by moody red lighting. The full bar features a respectable offering of beers on tap including Smithwicks, Alagash Ale, Heineken and Sierra Nevada. Nightly distractions come in the way of music and burlesque events featuring an eclectic mix of top-shelf artists from indie band the Vespertines to hillbilly band Jeff & His Musical Chumbuckets. More >>

  • Hennessey's Restaurant and Tavern

    2777 Roosevelt St. Carlsbad, CA 92008
    760-729-6951

    http://www.hennesseystavern.com

  • Henry Fonda Theatre

    6126 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-464-0808

    http://www.themusicbox.la

  • The Heritage Forum

    201 E. Broadway Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-776-7776

    http://www.heritageforum.net

  • Hidden Valley Park

    8800 Irvine Center Drive Irvine, CA 92618
    714-563-9778

  • The Highlands

    The Highlands

    6801 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-461-9800

    http://www.thehighlandshollywood.com Clubs run to 3 a.m.; over 21; covers vary. More >>

  • Hollywood & Highland

    6801 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-467-6412

  • Hollywood Bowl

    Hollywood Bowl

    2301 N. Highland Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90068
    323-850-2000

    http://www.hollywoodbowl.com Cradled in the Hollywood Hills, this historic amphitheater opened in 1922 and has been the longtime summertime home of the L.A. Philharmonic and, since 1991, the resident Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. You know you've arrived when you've played the joint -- the Bowl has hosted performances by Duke Ellington, the Beatles, Billie Holiday, Jimi Hendrix, the Arcade Fire, Love, Igor Stravinsky, Aretha Franklin, Oasis, the Doors, Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Fred Astaire, Pink Floyd, Louie Armstrong, the Rolling Stones, Vladimir Horowitz, Judy Garland, the Seeds, John Fogerty, Frank Zappa, Barbra Streisand, Little Richard, the Carpenters, the Who, Johnny Cash, Cheap Trick and Ella Fitzgerald, among many others. The Bowl's iconic band shell has evolved over the decades, growing bigger and better during a 2004 makeover. Fans are encouraged to picnic in the Bowl and surrounding areas, and food is also available from Patina. However, parking is a major drawback. There is a limited amount of parking at the Bowl, and much of it is stacked. It's easier to shuttle, take the bus or subway, or walk over from other parts of Hollywood than to brave the infamous Highland Avenue traffic meltdowns that often occur at Bowl concerts, especially during rush hour. Ticket prices range from $1 for bench seats in the back to hundreds of dollars for box seats up front. No smoking. All ages. More >>

  • Hollywood Forever Cemetery

    Hollywood Forever Cemetery

    6000 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038
    323-469-1181

    http://www.hollywoodforever.com This grandiose Hollywood cemetery is the final resting place of many of Tinsel Town's early stars -- and, at its spectacularly old-fashioned Masonic Lodge, host to the occasional indie rock show or poetry reading. On warm summer nights, the lawn at Hollywood Forever is a wonderful place to catch an old movie and sip wine under the stars. Plan ahead: Parking can be difficult for movie nights, and the lines can be long. More >>

  • Hollywood Palladium

    Hollywood Palladium

    6215 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-962-7600

    http://www.livenation.com This historic Hollywood theater was built in an art deco, Streamline Moderne style and opened in 1940. Since then, the Palladium has hosted such performers and legendary figures as the Rolling Stones, Glenn Miller, Richard Pryor, the Ramones, Tommy Dorsey, Stevie Wonder, the Clash, Betty Grable, Jay-Z, El Tri, Martin Luther King Jr., Bob Dylan, the Cramps, James Brown, Elton John & Leon Russell, Barbra Streisand, Nine Inch Nails, the Strokes, Black Flag, Katy Perry, Rage Against the Machine, Fugazi and Led Zeppelin, as well as the Emmy, Grammy and Golden Globe awards. After a long renovation, the Palladium was reopened in 2008 by promoters Live Nation, who restored the grand old ballroom to its former state, with glittery chandeliers and other new furnishings, as well as a vastly improved sound system. An upstairs balcony circles the room, and there are a half dozen full bars scattered around the venue. Paid parking is available in the Palladium's adjoining lot and on the street. All ages. More >>

  • The Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill

    The Hollywood Studio Bar & Grill

    6122 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-466-9917

    http://www.hollywoodstudiobarandgrill.com This intimate live-music bar and restaurant is tucked into the Gower Gulch mini-mall, which was once the stellar nexus of early Tinseltown history. These days, the club presents a similarly stellar assortment of top-flight jazz musicians, as well as comedy, blues, flamenco and pop showcases. Presented by Dolores Peterson, the club's signature weekly open mic features such redoubtable jazz vets as pianist-leader Karen Hernandez, bassist Tony Dumas and drummer Ralph Penland backing up sometimes heavy surprise guests. And yet, located at the busy intersection of Sunset Boulevard and the aptly named El Centro Avenue in the heart of Hollywood, the room's vibe is convivial and calming instead of brassy and showy. Booths along the wall and small tables on the wooden floor face a low stage wedged in the corner, where the performers hover palpably close to diners. Black-&-white photos of legendary musicians are framed on wood-paneled walls, while the booths are adorned with elaborate touches like semi-circular, inverted-pyramid-shaped Art Deco-style lamps. The cover and minimums vary but are generally low, with some drinks and entrees priced moderately higher. Chef Juan Mercado's continental menu includes favorites like spinach quesadilla, gazpacho and the salmon mango salad. The restaurant has a small outdoor patio, and, in a true Hollywood rarity, free parking in the mini-mall's lot. Full bar. More >>

  • Homeland Cultural Center

    1321 E. Anaheim St. Long Beach, CA 90813
    562-570-1655

    https://www.facebook.com/HomelandLongBeach

  • Honda Center

    Honda Center

    2695 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-704-2400

    http://www.hondacenter.com/ Yeah, this place is used to being the home of the Ducks, but things can get a whole lot rowdier when they clear off the ice and set up the stage. Home to the biggest--and we mean Springsteen-sized— concerts in OC, the Honda Center is the mecca for those looking for the iconic concert experience. Across the street from Angel’s Stadium, this “Grade A” big box venue houses both state of the art sound and grand stable of concession stands food and beer that’s not just, well, food and beer. On the way to your seats at the next trip to see The Who, Rihanna of the Killers, stop off at Blue Water grill and grab a craft brew, a lobster roll or the one of the best cheesteaks in OC. All of that will go down nicely while you’re fist pumping to your heart’s content. More >>

  • The Hotel Cafe

    The Hotel Cafe

    1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-461-2040

    http://www.hotelcafe.com This live-music bar is more than just an inviting room for singer-songwriters to muse on their broken Hollywood dreams, half-baked romantic schemes and all that sort of stuff. The Hotel Cafe has become so synonymous with a certain style of mainstream yet high-level pop music that it annually presents its own national tour featuring folks like Cary Brothers. Other past performers and longtime regulars include such tunesmiths as Jesca Hoop, Meiko, John Mayer, Nellie McKay, Weezer, Jim Bianco, Terra Naomi, Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard, Dar Williams, Pegi Young and Concrete Blonde's Johnette Napolitano. Since 2000, the former small coffeehouse, located just south of Hollywood Boulevard, has expanded into two rooms with full bars. The glittery front bar evokes a vintage Tinseltown hotel lobby, while the second and larger room is darker, with spherical hanging lamps casting a muted glow over a low stage and a stark red-velvet curtain. The cafe's menu includes paninis, salads, quesadillas and, in a nod to its coffeehouse past, a range of espresso specialties. Ages 21 & over. More >>

  • House of Blues Anaheim

    House of Blues Anaheim

    1530 S. Disneyland Drive Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-778-2583

    http://www.hob.com/anaheim Arguably one of Orange County's best music venues, this House of Blues location is right in the middle of Downtown Disney. Though it's surrounded by toy stores, themed restaurants and other tourist traps, the bands that grace the stage here represent the top names in punk, metal and hardcore—as well as country, blues and pop. Aside from its superb sound system, House of Blues is also known for mixing up strong drinks from its full bar, which houses top-shelf labels such as Maker's Mark and Ketel One. If beer is better suited to your tastes, they have a nice selection of drafts, and their canned brews, which include PBR and Budweiser, come in the tall variety. The second floor balcony features seats and bar stools sometimes free for the sittin' (for popular shows, you'll have to be VIP, though, sorry). Unfortunately you have to pay for parking and tickets, unlike the dive bar down the street, but it's a well-kept venue and you wont find entertainment like this at your local hole in the wall. More >>

  • House of Blues Sunset Strip

    House of Blues Sunset Strip

    8430 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069
    323-848-5100

    http://www.houseofblues.com The Porch at The House of Blues, only open for dinner, is as colorful as the building: Red curtains pulled back under open doorways, red-and-yellow ceilings, and walls with funky designs. The Southern-style fare of chicken-fried chicken, cajun meatloaf, and creole seafood jambalaya ranges from $10-$25 dollars. More >>

  • House of Hayden

    423 E. First St. Long Beach, CA 90802
    562-435-5699

  • Hully Gully

    9559 E. Imperial Downey, CA 90242
    562-688-8128

    http://www.hullygully.net

  • Huntington Beach Art Center

    Huntington Beach Art Center

    538 Main St. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-374-1650

    http://www.huntingtonbeachartcenter.org The Huntington Beach Art Center is a gallery in Huntington Beach. About a mile from the famous pier, you will find a serene piece of art heaven on the corner of Main & Acacia. This art center is much larger than it looks, offering a nice change of pace from typical beach life. The center usually concentrates on local artists, but every once in a while pulls off great exhibits that its better-funded cousins in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach host. Did we mention it’s free? It’s a great place to take the family, or for a first date with someone you think could be The One—or even for an evening with your friends. Catch a wonderful open air exhibit by local professional watercolor and oil painters and snag exhibition paintings that usually sell for reasonable prices. And it’s actually one of the easiest places to park in all of HB. More >>

  • Hurless Barton Park Amphitheater

    4601 Casa Loma Ave. Yorba Linda, CA 92886

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