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  • Austin Music Hall

    208 Nueces St. Austin, TX 78701

  • Avalon Bar

    Avalon Bar

    820 W. 19th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    949-515-4650 A dive bar in all respects, Avalon Bar manages to fit a little classiness into its hole-in-the-wall proportions. Those of you familiar with this local dive already know at least two major details: 1. Contrary to what the kitschy, light bulb-lined arrow pointing down at the bar's entrance may lead you to believe, this place is no disco. 2. This establishment doesn't serve hard liquor, so you can leave any hope of a vodka and Red Bull at the door. That said, the less-than-dim lighting, hanging lanterns, and beautifully back-lit bar make this place awesome for intimate meetings and the occasional live show. More >>

  • Avec Nightclub

    Avec Nightclub

    18582 Beach Blvd. Huntington Beach, CA 92648
    714-963-1089 Born from the ashes of what used to be the old Majestic, a venue that once hosted Vietnamese pop concerts, this Huntington Beach nightclub retains few characteristics of its former incarnation save for its address and general layout. The club's interior is intimately sized and dimly lit with soft purples and blues. The centerpiece is an installation mimicking a giant tree that sprouts from the central elliptical bar and stretches to the ceiling. Crystal prisms drip from its boughs like luminescent leaves, creating a striking fixture that makes you feel as though you've just stepped through the proverbial looking glass. Arrive before 10:30 p.m. for half off the usual $20 cover, and opt for VIP bottle service so you don't have to regret paying $12 for a Long Island iced tea. This also secures you a comfy roost in one of the Victorian-inspired seating areas, from which you can watch the action going down on both dance floors. Seasoned DJs host weekend events, spinning the best in hip-hop, dance, house, electronic and magnificent mash-ups that keep the energy up and the bodies bumping. More >>

  • Baja Sharkeez

    Baja Sharkeez

    114 McFadden Place Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-673-0292 This corny but fun "cantina" chain turns out some surprisingly good food at low prices. The loud, festive atmosphere will reminds you of the spring-break trip south of the border you barely remember (or wish you had taken). You can watch some football while scarfing some nachos with your friends, or swing by for the Wednesday-night 99-cent burger-and-beer special. It's a broke wino's dream. More >>

  • Baja Shop

    714- N. Lemon St. Orange, CA 92867

  • Basswerks

    5411 Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016

  • Bayou St. John

    320 Main St. Seal Beach, CA 90740

  • BB Jazz Festival

    21500 Pacific Coast Highway Huntington Beach, CA 92648

  • Beach Girls

    Beach Girls

    15549 Beach Blvd. Westminster, CA 92683
    714-248-9585!/pages/Beach-Girls/107157352688412 Located in a strip mall off Interstate 405 next to a Super 8 Motel, Beach Girls is one of the more lively bikini bars in Orange County. The scantily clad women wandering the room make small talk when they aren't busy pouring shots or dancing behind the bar as they greet patrons. Beach Girls offers a full liquor selection, a dozen beers on tap and a handful of bottled brews. Added entertainment includes a jukebox, flat-screen TVs surrounding the room, a dartboard and two arcade games. More >>

  • Beach House

    25001 Dana Harbor Drive Dana Point, CA 92629

  • Beach Pit BBQ Tustin Garage

    Beach Pit BBQ Tustin Garage

    560 El Camino Real Tustin, CA 92780
    714-929-7427 Former baseball player Tim DeCinces focuses his menu on pan-Southern fare such as sausage, pulled pork, chicken, brisket and ribs-no regional styles yet, although the off-the-menu pork taquitos hint at what Southerners can expect as more Mexicans settle in Dixie. The smoked sausage, each about the size of a kielbasa and arriving five to an order, is prepared in a manner that allows the skin to maintain a distinct smoked flavor even as the interior houses a wonderful mix of juice, spices and pork. More >>

  • BeachFire


    204 Ave. del Mar San Clemente, CA 92672
    949-366-3232 BeachFire is what a neighborhood restaurant should be-a mini-gallery featuring hometown artists (appreciate the colorful boats of Chico Dias), goofy theme nights from Monday Night Football to Aloha Fridays, live bands, kids' specials and booze. Lots of booze. But it's the seafood that ultimately impresses the most-the macadamia-nut-crusted mahi, particularly. More >>

  • BeachFire


    25682 Crown Valley , Bldg. 1 Ladera Ranch, CA 92694
    949-542-7700 BeachFire is what a neighborhood restaurant should be-a mini-gallery featuring hometown artists (appreciate the colorful boats of Chico Dias), goofy theme nights from Monday Night Football to Aloha Fridays, live bands, kids' specials and booze. Lots of booze. But it's the seafood that ultimately impresses the most-the macadamia-nut-crusted mahi, particularly. More >>

  • Belly Up Tavern

    143 S. Cedros Ave. Solana Beach, CA 92075

  • The Beverly Hills Hotel

    9641 Sunset Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90210

  • Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center

    Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center

    681 Venice Blvd. Venice, CA 90291
    310-822-3006 $7, $5 students, seniors & kids More >>

  • The Big Fish Bar & Grill

    The Big Fish Bar & Grill

    5230 San Fernando Road Glendale, CA 91203

    This Glendale mainstay got its name from a giant marlin that hangs on the back wall, surrounded by nautical knickknacks, books, games and dad's-den-like furniture. There's a tiny stage for karaoke, comedy and occasional bands, and a pool table in the middle of the room that's rarely available (regulars seem to like it a lot). From 1966 to 1980, the space was called the Tiger's Den, but the Big Fish, which is a family-owned business, brought a more welcoming feel. Thirty years on, the Fish seems well-anchored, building a community of drinkers, sports fans and bona fide bar buddies. The owners print out a monthly card with an event calendar, a list of "customer birthdays" and even season-appropriate limericks written by the owner's father. More >>

  • Bigfoot Lodge

    Bigfoot Lodge

    3172 Los Feliz Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90039
    323-662-9227 With wild, woodsy décor, cheap PBR, great DJ nights and a punkish, fun crowd Bigfoot is a lodge for the rock n' roll lush set. Toasted marshallow and cookie drinks, barmaids in girl scout uniforms and kitchsy touches like a giant Smokey the Bear statue, a Sasquatch sign and faux fireplace contribute to the camp-y theme, and the place is popular with vintage car clubs, bikers from the nearby Harley Davidson shop in Glendale and rockabilly types, making for frequent smats of tats, hairgel and red lips, especially on weekends. Hot nights include "Rock n' Roll Karaoke" (a celebration of riff-heavy sounds and bad vox rules Mondays) and "Psychotonic!" Thursdays, a night of trashy retro sounds and vintage film oddities. More >>

  • Bistango


    19100 Von Karman Ave. Irvine, CA 92612
    949-752-5222 Bistango is a fusion of fine wine, gourmet food, contemporary art and sophisticated architecture. The candle-lit bar offers a view of a small stage that accommodates R&B, Latin and jazz bands. Well-known for its list of more than 400 wines, Bistango also features a full bar and a modest offering of domestic and imported bottled beers. When dining at Bistango on someone else's account, we suggest the prix fixe. The rotating artwork on display (mostly paintings and sculptures) are available for purchase. More >>

  • Bixby Auditorium

    5251 E. Stearns St., Long Beach, Ca. Long Beach, CA 90815

  • Blackbird Records

    1603 W. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92833

  • BlackLight District

    BlackLight District

    2500 E. Anaheim St. Long Beach, CA 90804‎

  • Block at Orange

    5 & 22 Frwy., 20 City Blvd. Orange, CA 92868

  • Blue Beet Cafe

    Blue Beet Cafe

    107 21st Place Newport Beach, CA 92663
    949-675-2338 This restaurant is a steak oasis, where the meat is aged for about one week to break down the sinew-making it tender-while being marinated in head chef Jorge Guttierez's secret concoction before being charbroiled to delectability! More >>

  • The Blue Cafe

    The Blue Cafe

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

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