The renowned House of Blues located in Downtown Disney. Click the link to find upcoming events: Read more.
California/Carribean fusion food. Happy Hour: Mon-Fri, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Double/Late Nite Happy Hour 10:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. every Tues-Wed. Half off of all drinks and select appetizers. Read more.
Located in Soka University. You'll find distinguished musicians playing here. Click the link to find upcoming events: Read more.
The premiere entertainment venue attracting upscale party goers and celebrities from all over Southern California Read more.
1960's Las Vegas style lounge. Live entertainment nightly and specializing in classic martinis Read more.
A world famous Improv Comedy Showcase where many of today's stars were born and continue to shine. Read more.
A rock'n'roll themed restaurant with collectibles in the interior including a drum set from No Doubt and more. Read more.
Located near Chapman University. A friendly atmosphere with good food and good music Read more.
Tiki-themed bar known for their Fishbowls. During happy hour every appetizer is only $5. Read more.
The Tilted Kilt is a sports pub with attractive servers in sexy outfits, yes of course wearing kilts. Happy Hour Mon-Fri 3-6 p.m. Read more.
The best way to try the house specialties is to order the $40 omakase, or chef's choice. Read more.
Diners who want to save money should check out the lunch specials Mondays through Fridays, 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with entrée and rice for around $10. Or just enjoy the filling appetizers. Read more.
If you can't head to Cuba this year, there's a new place in town to get the flavors without the flight Read more.
“The ability to go to our wine shop and buy a great bottle of wine at a fair retail price, not a huge restaurant markup, then enjoy it with your meal” said Kephart (wine director) Read more.
Tapas hour Mon-Fri 3-7 p.m with $2.50 Bug Light drafts, Jager Bombs for $3.50, Leathal injection jell-o shots for $3, and buckets of Corona Light for $14. Read more.
Pronounced luh paN koh-ti-dyaN, meaning “the daily bread.” Serving simple, elegant boulangerie fare, made with organic ingredients whenever possible Read more.
Every Wednesday the Food Truck Fare will bring a variety of gourmet food trucks after dark that changes weekly. Read more.
The staff and the customers mirror the laid-back neighborhood in which it is located. This location seems to attract more families and couples than others Read more.
The menu has a handful of specialty burgers. Or you can build your own burger for only $4.95. Read more.
Our server recommends the fire roasted jalapenos ($9), bacon-wrapped peppers stuffed with cream cheese and served with a jalapeno jelly. Read more.
This places gives a new meaning to garlic bread. Similar to the famous garlic restaurant in San Francisco, the Stinking Rose. Read more.
I go straight for the carnitas plate ($7) the carnitas are always tender. If I could make pork taste this good, I’d name a restaurant after it as well. Read more.
An expansive menu that serves salads, omelets, burritos and sandwiches all with cute names such as Happy Day, Good Morning, and Eye Opener to name just a few. Read more.
Tilapia is the centerpiece in a healthy lettuce wrap that is less than 150 calories for $1.50 wrap. The taste is lively, with alluring contrasts in texture. Read more.
50% off $10 for $20 toward food and drinks at Himalayan Grill ($20 value) Read more.