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  • Anaheim Plaza Hotel & Suites

    1700 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Angels Stadium Of Anaheim

    Angels Stadium Of Anaheim

    2000 E. Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-940-2070 Angels Stadium of Anaheim is where your Anaheim Angels of Anaheim play, It’s probably most famous for the Big A scoreboard in the parking lot, and for the two big helmets outside the ticket stand. It underwent a major renovation in the 1990s, and it’s now one of the oldest stadiums in baseball because almost every other major league baseball team has decided to go with newer venues in that time period. But it’s also a great place for people watching. Are you dying to see Orange County's power brokers (and their sycophants) in person? Just go to any Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim game, whip out your binoculars in your crappy, upper-deck seats, and focus on the seats nearest to home plate. You'll see multimillionaire corporate executives, judges, labor-union bosses, FBI agents, nightclub owners, ex-professional athletes, trust-fund babies, Orange County Register columnists, prosecutors and, yes, even high-priced call girls. More >>

  • Arroyo Grande

    2954 W. Ball Road Anaheim, CA 92804

  • Art Crawl Experience

    205 Center Street Promenade Anaheim, CA 92805

  • The Attic

    1658 W. Lincoln Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801

  • The Boogie

    1721 S. Manchester Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Chain Reaction

    Chain Reaction

    1652 W. Lincoln Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801
    714-635-6067 Remember when you were 17 and all you wanted to do was to be able to see your favorite band that never played any all-ages venue? EVER? Well the Chain Reaction solves all that. This is like the introductory venue for every band that passes through Orange County--everyone's played the Chain at some point in their careers. It's a small, slightly dingy venue located in a sketchy Anaheim shopping center surrounded by car dealerships. The floors are sticky, the stage is small, dusty T-shirts of bands that have played the venue grace the walls and any space that's free is covered in bumper stickers. But since when was rock and roll ever clean? This place is a no-fuss, straight to the point venue where covers are cheap and indie bands are frequent. Everyone wins. More >>

  • City National Grove of Anaheim

    City National Grove of Anaheim

    2200 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-712-2750 Across the parking lot from Angel Stadium stands the exemplary Grove of Anaheim. The front looks a bit like a 1920s movie studio while inside is lavishly decorated in retro elegance. Booking several shows a week, the Grove's entertainment ranges from music to comedy. The showroom design is especially notable: The audience chooses from a series of elevated floor sections enabling even those in the very back to see the stage. More >>

  • Doll Hut

    Doll Hut

    107 S. Adams St. Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-533-1286 This place is not for the faint of heart. True to its name, the Doll Hut is really not much more than a hut. But despite its cramped quarters and bare bones bar, the patrons still flock to this little venue from near and far to hear some of the dirtiest underground rock 'n' roll in the whole of California. The Doll Hut has been around for decades, so be prepared to encounter anyone from veteran punk rockers to Hot Topic rockasilly posers, but all that aside--if you want cheap beer and some rowdy good times, Doll Hut is the place to be. More >>

  • French Market - Disneyland

    French Market - Disneyland

    1313 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802
    714-781-3463 The French Market is a French restaurant in Anaheim. Like most of Disneyland's busiest eateries, it's a cafeteria where you line up with tray in hand and the food is slopped onto plates with little regard for presentation. But the red beans and rice was different. It was downright immaculate. In the deep-bottomed plate, the red beans--spiced to a lip-numbing but pleasant hotness--was the base layer, with pieces andouille sausage mixed in. More >>

  • Grove of Anaheim

    2200 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92804

  • The Heritage Forum

    201 E. Broadway Anaheim, CA 92805

  • Honda Center

    Honda Center

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

  • House of Blues Anaheim

    House of Blues Anaheim

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

  • It

    It's A Grind

    1035 Tustin Ave. Anaheim, CA 92807

  • The Juke Joint

    The Juke Joint

    735 N. Anaheim Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805
    714-778-1397 Every good rocker bar needs not only a steady stream of dudes clad in tight jeans and leather vests, but also a dose of the lovely rocker-chick aesthetic: a mix of 1950s girliness (red lipstick, very high heels, sky-high bouffants) and modern-day feminist rebel (select body piercings and fiery tattoos). The Juke Joint has both, all hanging out in a long, narrow, boxcar-shaped, predominantly black space that offers great views of the axe-wielding ass-kickers on stage. (DJs? What are those?) And the rawk goes down much smoother with one of those huge, cold bottles of $6 Croatian beer from the Joint's lively bartenders. More >>

  • Liquid Lounge

    Liquid Lounge

    3522 E. Anaheim St. Anaheim, CA 92804
    562-494-7564 How can you have fun at any venue with a sign that explicitly states, "No Dancing?" With a beer-pong table, karaoke machine and dirt-cheap prices; that's how! The liquid lounge is by no means your average fancy-pants downtown LBC hangout. The folks are local, the staff is welcoming and you're the type who enjoys getting more bang for your buck, this is the place to get it. With good drinks at the prices they offer, it's probably a good thing they've got that "No Dancing" sign up to save you from any potential embarrassment. The bar is small; just your average neighborhood pub, but the crowd is diverse and lively. If you find yourself needing a breather, just step outside. You won't be lonely. There are probably just as many people socializing in the parking lot as there are inside of the bar! More >>

  • The Lunchroom

    1531 S. State College Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92806

  • M3 Live Anaheim Event Center

    2232 S. Harbor Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92802

  • M3live Event Center

    2232 Harbor Blvd Anaheim, CA 92802

  • Mirror Image Studios Concert Theater

    1254 N. La Loma Circle Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Oak Canyon Nature Center

    6700 E. Walnut Canyon Road Anaheim, CA 92807

  • OC Custom Wine

    1211 N. Las Brisas Anaheim, CA 92806

  • Orange County Music Hall

    4210 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92807

  • Pearson Park Amphitheatre

    401 N. Lemon St. Anaheim, CA 92805

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