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Anaheim White House Restaurant
887 South Anaheim Boulevard
Anaheim 92805
714-772-1381 (Phone) 
714-772-7062 (Fax)

The Anaheim White House occupies a lovely 1909 home with eight different dining areas. The menu features fresh seafood and specialties influenced by proprietor Bruno Serato's frequent trips to his hometown of Verona, Italy. This restuaraunt has won prestigious awards such as the best restaurant in Southern California and Chef of the Year awards from the California Restaurant Writers Association. The wine list features over 200 Californian and European wines. Reservations are suggested.

House of Blues
1530 S. Disneyland Dr.
Anaheim 92802
714-778-BLUE (Phone)

The overall dining, shopping, and entertainment offered by House of Blues is irresistible where the Sunday Gospel Brunch is a favorite, and legends are born. Everything from R&B to, of course the blues, is performed at this rowdy and wild music venue.

The Crazy Horse
71 Fortune Drive, #864
Irvine 92618
949-585-9000 (Phone)

This restaurant and nightclub features live concerts and entertainment, a formal dining room, and four bars! Available for private parties, weddings, etc.

Newport Landing
503 E. Edgewater
Newport Beach 92661
949-675-2373 (Phone)

Newport Landing is Newport Beach. Located on the Bay, overlooking the historic Balboa Ferry with a panoramic view of Newport Harbor, Balboa Island, Newport Center, and the distant peaks of Saddleback. Newport Landing provides the best of Southern California - incomparable cuisine, exciting lists of wines and spirits, trademark entertainment and a unique waterfront location from which to enjoy Lunch, Brunch, Dinner or a tasty appetizer from the upstairs Oyster Bar. At Newport Landing we are dedicated to the pleasure of the "ocean-hearted" and to all who enjoy dining at its best. In the interest of your enjoyment and satisfaction and our own adherence to the policy of excellence, all food items served to you represent the ultimate in freshness and quality.

21 Oceanfront Restaurant
2100 West Oceanfront
Newport Beach 92663
949-673-2100 (Phone) 
949-673-2101 (Fax)

With a menu of “The Freshest Seafood On the Coast” and prime beef, 21 Oceanfront is in a historical building with turn-of-the-century romantic décor. Entertainment and music nightly. Casual elegance, no beach attire.

ESPN Zone-Anaheim
Downtown Disney District
Anaheim 92802
714-300-ESPN (Phone)
714-300-3760 (Fax)

The ultimate sports dining and entertainment experience with three distinctly different environments: The Studio Grill, The Screening Room, and The Sports Arena. The “Zone” offers a child’s menu and interactive games and attractions for everybody.

Medieval Times
7662 Beach Blvd.,
Buena Park 90620
888-WE-JOUST (Tollfree)

A dinner at Medieval Times is, to say the least, an adventure back into the Middle Ages set in an 11th century-style castle. Watch spectacular pageantry, exquisite horsemanship and an authentic medieval jousting tournament all while dining on a four course meal. 

Troquet
South Coast Plaza
3333 Bristol St., Suite 3001 (Sunflower St.)
Costa Mesa 92626
714-708-6865 (Phone)

An award-winning casual bistro located in South Coast Plaza (third level), both relaxed and elegant, Troquet is considered one of Orange County’s most cutting-edge restaurants. With homemade breads, appealing wines, and a daily changing menu, Troquet is fine dining at its best.

Pascal Restaurant
1000 Bristol Street, Suite 11
Newport Beach 92660
949-752 0107 (Phone)
949-261 5279 (Fax)

With chef Pascal Olhats as a genial host and outstanding cook, Pascal will not let you down. Beets, goat cheese, hazelnuts, wine, and duck are only the beginning of Olhats’ creations. The restaurant is also kid-friendly and moderately priced.

Opah
The Marketplace
13122 Jamboree Road
Irvine 92602
714-508-8055 (Phone)
714-508-8056 (Fax)

Reservations are strongly required for this contemporary fusion of cuisine from double-cut pork chops with sweet potatoes to seafood galore to andouille sausage with linguini. The name of the restaurant comes from the Hawaiian word for “moonfish”. A full bar with creative cocktails pleases its adult crowd, while the prices are moderate and the setting lively.  

Sutra Lounge
Triangle Square
1870 Harbor Blvd., Ste. A200
Costa Mesa 92627
949-722-7103 (Phone)

Just 20 minutes away from the heart of kid-filled Disneyland, is the Sutra Lounge, an oasis of exotic, Eastern influenced decadence. Dressed in cozy corners and colorful cushions, the lounge intrigues your senses with exotic cuisines and cocktails, inviting you to explore the meaning of the word “aphrodisiac”, and indulge your taste buds. Private rooms are available as well as outdoor dining. Reservations are recommended.   

Joe's Crab Shack
12011 Harbor Blvd.
Garden Grove 92840
714-703-0505 (Phone)
714-703-0527 (Fax)

The Joe's experience is just so cool and comfortable. We've got a patio so you can chill out and pound on some crabs while you're sipping some cool refreshments, or if you're not digging on the great outdoor experience, you can slide inside, kick-back and just jam on some awesome crab on a newspaper-lined table (sorta like the bottom of a bird cage). Oh yeah, and we also dance & play cool tunes. It's just a happening place. So get crackin', and come on over to a Joe's Crab Shack soon for whatever kind of crabs you're craving! The “Shack” also hosts private parties.

 
















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