Bars in Anaheim

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In 2011, OC Weekly dubbed rock 'n' roll bar The Juke Joint one of the best bars of the year. Here, 20 craft, domestic, and international draft beers are served alongside cocktails and whiskey shots. With walls painted black, the bar invites patrons to spin a few songs on the jukebox, which blasts tunes ranging from punk and rockabilly to American roots music. The bar also hosts live music on a stage dedicated to the late Nekromantix drummer Andrew Martinez. Five pool tables facilitate friendly games and official billiards tournaments, and free WiFi makes it easy to upload the photos that will be deleted tomorrow.

735 N Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim,
CA
US

A puff of smoke and a bite of Middle Eastern cuisine. That winning combination occurs again and again out on El Mahroosa Hookah Cafe's covered patio. Here, servers bring coals, hookah pipes, and tobacco in many flavors, which diners can inhale while perusing the restaurant's traditional Turkish and Jordanian dishes. Depending on the night, the chef's special might be something like mansaf: a dish of lamb cooked in a yogurt sauce and served over rice. El Mahroosa Hookah Cafe also adds a dash of entertainment to these visits. Several flatscreen TVs display soccer matches, and the cafe occasionally hosts live music performances.

930 South Brookhurst Street
Anaheim,
CA
US

Driving by Linbrook Bowl might inspire a double take. Not because of their classic and colorful neon signage, but because of what it advertises: the alley is open 24 hours a day. This means people can pummel pins or dance around like Fred Flintstone no matter what time it is. In addition to 40 lanes, Linbrook Bowl is equipped with an onsite coffeeshop that helps fuel players all day and night. Bowlers can also grab a drink or bite to eat at The Kopa Room, while watching a sports game on TV or listening to amateur crooners charm the crowd with karaoke.

201 S Brookhurst St
Anaheim,
CA
US

There are few things as exhilarating as locking eyes with an attractive stranger through delicate curls of smoke. That’s why spending an evening at Titanium Hookah is the ideal way to socialize, with guests mingling around pipes as they share stories, hookah nozzles, and ATM codes. House DJs spin music on weekend nights, when doors stay open until 4 a.m. so guests can continue puffing on aromatic smoke in flavors such as pumpkin pie, strawberry margaritas, or mint. For an enhanced flavor, guests can filter their smoke through juices or milk, or they can simply sip on drinks after passing along the hookah.

1210 South State College Boulevard
Anaheim,
CA
US