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It's tiki to the max and good, clean fun inside this faux-grass shack in the Disneyland Hotel's courtyard...
Show up early and score a personal leather recliner at this sports and drinking emporium with 175 TVs – flat-screens even hang above the men’s-room urinals...
Try the surprisingly good local brew at this simple tasting room in a renovated warehouse in the Packing District. Standouts include the Hefeweizen Red and Coast to Coast IPA with nice citrus notes...
Hear live jazz combos on the weekends and piano weeknights at this resto-bar. Food quality is erratic.
HOB occasionally gets some heavy-hitting rock, pop, jazz and blues concerts. Call or check online for showtimes and tickets. Make reservations for Sunday’s fun gospel brunch. But come for the music, not the food.
Uva is Italian for grape, and this bar resembling a Paris Metro station is Downtown Disney’s best outdoor spot to tipple wine, nibble Cal-Mediterranean tapas and people-watch...
Raise a glass to Napa as you nosh on pizzettas, artisan cheese plates and Scharffen Berger chocolate truffle cake.
Centrally located terrace is a great place for relaxing and regrouping in DCA. Nearby at Pacific Wharf, walk-up window Rita’s Margaritas whips up frozen cocktails.
This dining, shopping and entertainment complex just east of Disneyland, take the ART shuttle , has a family-friendly bowling alley, cineplex and adults-only wine bar.
At this indoor 5000-seat venue, headliners from the Magnetic Zeros to Last Comic Standing appear, plus ‘locally grown’ rock bands. Sightlines are great. Call or check online for showtimes and tickets. Parking is $10.
Another megamall with a cineplex, Dave & Buster’s video game arcade, Vans skate park and cool Lucky Strike Lanes for a round of beers, bowling and billiards.
The controversially (and oh-so-awkwardly) named Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim play major-league baseball here from May to October. Single-game tickets start at $6 for nosebleed sections. Parking is $10.
The 2007 Stanley Cup–winning Anaheim Ducks play hockey from October to April at this indoor venue. Professional rodeo events, fight nights and megaconcerts round out the schedule. Tickets prices vary...
Every theater has stadium seating and shows new Hollywood releases. Free parking with theater validation.
Sip espresso on the leopard-print sofa and play Scrabble by the beach view as you watch the surf roll in. Bogart’s sometimes hosts live music, psychic readings, book clubs and morning meditations by the sea.
For low-key pours, drop by the bar here, which has more than 20 craft beers on tap plus West Coast wine flights.
This seriously kitschy tiki bar will knock you over the head with its ‘Vicious Virgin’ and ‘Missionary’s Downfall’ drinks. Zombie cocktail limit: two.
For a wood-paneled, trapped-in-the-captain’s-hold vibe, try Turc’s; it’s the ivy-covered building at the corner of PCH and Anderson St in the shadows of the water tower–like house.
Tiny but raucous biker bar Mother’s Tavern is in the red building with Harleys out front, just past the barber shop. On a lazy Sunday, you might catch a rockabilly band there...
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