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Best bars in Orange County

Theme Park
“What is a trip to OC without a visit to the happiest place on earth? Enjoy the Disneyland park, or get a “hopper” pass to Disney and California Adventure. If you have to choose one, choose Disney, but if you don’t, choose both! The park offers everything from young kid attractions, shows, and thrill rides. Food favorites are at the stands (think turkey legs, cold giant pickles on a hot day, and churros). Try the delicious clam chowder in a bread bowl near the Haunted Mansion! California Adventure also offers a lovely winery. For a mid day break, take the monorail (near the Matterhorn) to Downtown Disney to enjoy lunch there. But don’t miss the evening shows and firework spectacular! If you’re around during the holidays, the snowfall and holiday shows are not to be missed!”
  • 670 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Fashion Island is an upscale open-air lifestyle center, known for luxury shopping and restaurants.”
  • 271 locals recommend
Theme Park
“SO FUN! MY PERSONAL LOCAL FAVORITE. GREAT ROLLER COASTERS AND RIDES. BEST SCENES EVER! OLD WESTERN STYLE BRINGS THE KID OUT IN ME. GREAT PLACES TO EAT IN THE PARK AND THERES MINI CONCESSION STANDS EVERYWHERE THAT ALWAYS HAVE FRESH STUFF. LOTS IF RIDES AND ACTIVITIES A "MUST SEE IF YOU ARE IN ORANGE COUNTY/ LOS ANGELES"”
  • 260 locals recommend
Bakery
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“This is without a doubt one of the best high-end shopping malls to go to in the Southern California area. Especially if you just want to look around and enjoy the high end fashion clothing and apparel. Take your time browse around and enjoy, you will be glad you did! ”
  • 221 locals recommend
Baseball Stadium
“Great for sports like Supercross, monster trucks, and other misc. shows and The Angels are always fun watch. ”
  • 111 locals recommend
Outlet Mall
“Cool place to shop. Lots of places to choose from, with just about something for everyone. The prices at most the outlet stores are very competitive so you should be able to find what you're looking for at the right price. There is also lots of places to eat and drink and even quite a few forms of entertainment. It's a great place to shop and eat and have fun.”
  • 106 locals recommend
Theme Park
“You can’t visit Orange County without meeting Mickey Mouse in person! The most famous theme park of all time opened right here in Anaheim by Walt Disney himself back in 1955. Disneyland Resort now offers multiple theme parks and resorts, but those simple childhood memories can still be found at “The Happiest Place on Earth.””
  • 69 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Irvine Spectrum Center is one of Southern California’s most popular entertainment and shopping destinations featuring Nordstrom, Target, Anthropologie, Irvine Improv, Urban Outfitters, Brandy Melville, Hello Kitty Cafe and more.”
  • 107 locals recommend
Hockey Arena
“Home of the Anaheim Ducks hockey team (The Mighty Ducks from the Disney movie)”
  • 65 locals recommend
Park
“It is a very charming little island, nice to stroll around and where you can take a ferry to cross the island. Very kids friendly, they have a Fun Zone with arcade games. It is located only 14 miles from the Guesthouse. ”
  • 116 locals recommend
Shopping Plaza
“Located next to the Disneyland hotel and Disneyland. great place for food, entertainment, and shopping, the also have bowling. a little over 2 miles away. I suggest testing UBER or LIFT to get there. 1580 Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA 92802”
  • 80 locals recommend
Beach
“One of the main landmarks of Huntington Beach, also known as "Surf City, USA", the pier is the center of the city's prominent beach culture. A popular meeting place for surfers. ”
  • 98 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Segerstrom Center for the Arts, originally called Orange County Performing Arts Center, is a performing arts complex located in Costa Mesa, California, United States, which opened in 1986. Segerstrom Hall, 3,000-seat opera house-style theater appropriate for Broadway musicals, ballet, large productions. It is the artistic home to three resident companies: Pacific Symphony, the Philharmonic Society of Orange County and Pacific Chorale.”
  • 72 locals recommend
Convention Center
“Beautiful convention center with tons of amenities. Close to hotels and Disneyland parks as well as Downtown Disney. Plenty of bathrooms and meeting and venue space.”
  • 51 locals recommend
Church
“The Jewel of the Missions founded by Fr Junipero Serra in 1776 along the El Camino Real, from Baja, Mexico up to northern California.”
  • 63 locals recommend
History Museum
“Charles Bowers was a land developer who lived in Orange County and before he passed away he donated a plot of land to the city of Santa Ana. In 1931 after his wife had died, a building was constructed on the land and in 1936 the Charles W. Bowers Memorial Museum was opened for the first time. Over the decades the museum has had various refurbishments and the museum’s size has increased tenfold. The museum is a great place to take a look at the different cultures in the world and there are over 100,000 items to peruse.”
  • 44 locals recommend