Food & Drink in Huntington Beach

12 Cupcakes or a Kids' Cupcake-Decorating Party for 10 at Bubba Sweets Beach Blvd Location (Up to 42% Off)

Bubba Sweets

Beach Blvd

$33 $19


Up to 10 children decorate cupcakes in 13 flavors including thin mint, cheesecake, maple-toffee bacon, and strawberry lemonade

Mediterranean Food and Hookah at Mirage Grill and Hookah Lounge (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Mirage Grill and Hookah Lounge

Huntington Beach

$40 $20


Exotic flavors culminate in Mediterranean dishes in the dining room and in shisha flavors in the hookah lounge

Italian Lunch, Dinner, or Take-Out at Lino's Pizzeria & Italian Cuisine (Up to 47% Off). Four Options Available.

Lino's Pizzeria & Italian Cuisine

Huntington Beach

$20 $12


Oven-baked pizzas and traditional Italian pastas topped with hand-rolled meatballs

Two Dozen Mini Cupcakes or One Dozen Regular or Filled Cupcakes at Sweet Traders (Up to 47% Off)

Sweet Traders

Huntington Beach

$27.60 $16

Cupcakes with real butter frosting in flavors like red velvet, lemon with raspberry buttercream, or coconut with pineapple cream filling

Blue Bell Ice Cream, Dolewhip and Frozen Treats at Whipp'd OC (Up to 50% Off)

Whipp'd OC

Huntington Beach

$10 $6

Blue Bell ice cream and cool low-fat, lactose-free Dole Whip are served in a variety of flavors at exclusive locations

$16 for Four Caramel Apples or Two Pounds of Fudge at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory ($39.80 Value)

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

Huntington Beach

$39.80 $16


Granny Smith apples coated in handmade caramel, or fudge in flavors ranging from plain to Rocky Road

Admission for Two or Four on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday at Ribs, Pigs & Watermelons (Up to 51% Off)

Ribs, Pigs & Watermelons

Huntington Beach State Beach

$57 $30

Three-day festival with live music and watermelon pits 50 barbecue teams against each other for a good cause

Saturday or Sunday Brunch for Two or Four at SeaLegs Wine Bar (Up to 43% Off)

SeaLegs Wine Bar

Huntington Beach

$48 $31

SeaLegs Wine Bar pairs upscale brunch plates with bottomless mimosas

$18 for $30 or $36 for $60 Worth of Pan-Asian Fare at East Winds Asian Cuisine in Huntington Beach

East Winds Asian Cuisine

Huntington Beach

$30 $18


Honey-walnut shrimp, eggplant with basil, sesame beef & chicken-teriyaki bowls highlight large menu of dishes from various regions of Asia

Hawaiian American Fusion Food and Craft Cocktails at Don The Beachcomber (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Don The Beachcomber

Huntington Beach

$40 $23


Kalua pulled-pork sandwiches, seared mahi-mahi, and juicy steaks served in a Hawaiian-influenced restaurant with an indoor waterfall

$20 for $40 Worth of Baby-Back Ribs and Chicago-Style Barbecue at Chicago Ribs

Chicago Ribs

Huntington Beach

$40 $20

Baby-back ribs, steaks, and fresh fish grilled and covered in herbs and spices; homestyle pizzas with medium-thick crusts

$55 for VIP Admission for Two to the Huntington Beach Beer Festival on Saturday, August 23 ($100 Value)

Huntington Beach Beer Festival

Huntington State Beach

$100 $55

Enjoy unlimited samples while tasting beers from more than 25 breweries amid live music, backdropped by Cali’s beautiful Hunting State Beach

Stumptown Beans & Maté or Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Cafe Fare at AoSA Coffee (Up to 45% Off)

AoSA Coffee

Huntington Beach

$5 $2.75


Eco-friendly coffee shop serves fair trade Stumptown coffee along with breakfast and lunch paninis

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Strands of hanging lights illuminate the yard outside Beach Pit BBQ's low-slung bungalow, where guests gather at picnic tables to enjoy Southern–style barbecue. Pit masters smoke the meat for 12 hours over indirect heat from hickory- and pecan-wood-burning ovens that give pulled pork, beef brisket, and whole chickens rich flavors. Diners get a complete rustic meal rounded out by classic Southern sides that range from jalapeño-cheddar cornbread to sweet-potato fries. The restaurant slathers their slow-cooked selections with a variety of housemade sauces, including a golden mustard sauce praised in Orange Coast magazine.

The vibe is laid-back as patrons settle into adirondack chairs around the outdoor fire pit or inside at gingham-covered tables the perfect size for arm-wrestling contests to decide who gets the last rib. Youngsters gambol about a play area enclosed by a white picket fence and sit at kid-size picnic tables to enjoy their meals. The eatery strives to give back to the community by sponsoring fundraisers and catering local events.

301 Main St
Huntington Beach,

Of the many philosophies shared by Eat At Joe's culinary team, "less is more" is not one. Case in point: the "Jucy Lucy" burger contains two quarter-pound beef patties stuffed with cheese and crowned with grilled onions. Lucy is one among the tavern's ten burgers, whose half-pound patties ??host fixings such as guacamole and grilled pineapple. The menu's other classic pub treats range from shoestring fries smothered in chili and cheddar cheese to Mexican-style pizzas topped with taco meat and jalapenos.

To complement feasts, bartenders serve up plenty of draft and bottled brews, plus soft drinks and a quartet of wine options. Said beverages flow until at least 11 p.m. every night as the latest sports events flicker across flat-screens throughout the bar and one wall-to-wall TV. If sports aren't your thing, tease your brain with live trivia or croon along to your favorite dial-up noises sounding from the internet-enabled jukebox.

7120 Edinger Ave
Huntington Beach,

At MeatHeadz Sandwich Shop, eating like a caveman requires no hunting, gathering, or bartering with pterodactyl femurs. All you have to do is order the caveman club, a medley of turkey, pesto, and avocado on wheat- and gluten-free paleo bread. The cold club is one of 20-plus specialty subs at MeatHeadz, whose hot options include the dirty dominator, a mix of pulled pork, pepperjack cheese, and crumbled chips.

Whether hot or cold, each generously sized sandwich is filled with meats, cheeses, and produce sliced daily by MeatHeadz's team. Said fixings flavor not only specialties, but also customized sandwiches with 40-plus ingredients, including albacore tuna, havarti cheese, and POW sauce. These ingredients can even be assembled atop beds of lettuce for personalized salads.

7862 Warner Avenue
Huntington Beach,

The flowers and flourishing window borders painted on Swiss Fondue Stuebli's stucco exterior help transform the terra cotta–roofed structure into one reminiscent of a Swiss chalet. Inside, patrons gather around gingham-topped tables where they spear bite-sized morsels and dunk them in a bath of fondue. This molten concoction blends gruyere with other swiss cheeses, enhanced with white wine, spices, and a sprinkling of snow imported directly from the Alps.

For dessert, diners douse seasonal fruits in pots of melted chocolate. They’re surrounded by antique-looking knickknacks, including Swiss-style plates ringing an archway and a set of antique scales perched on the rafters above. Tables are clustered among plants and blooming flowers in an outdoor area.

7561 Center Ave, Ste 53
Huntington Beach,

Once a humble cashier at the Olive Tree Grill, Eleni bought his former place of employment and became the owner. He renamed the business Mr. Pete's Grill and immediately set out to diversify the menu. Eleni still serves the gyros and Greek food that people came to love, but he has included charbroiled burgers, Mexican food, and all-American breakfast items on the new menu. As for Eleni, he still works the register on occasion, enjoying the ability to get to know customers or to console a platter of eggs and sausage accidentally shaped into a frowny face.

19071 Brookhurst St
Huntington Beach,

Lino's Pizzeria & Italian Cuisine recreates the old-world charm of a classic Italian bistro with soft candlelight, a vintage dark-wood dining room, and, of course, the mouthwatering aromas of freshly baked breads and garlic-spiked sauces. Oven-baked pizzas and pastas are among the most popular dishes here, but don't overlook the fresh seafood, veal, and chicken entr?es. And definitely don't fill up on the hand-rolled meatballs; not when there's cr?me br?l?e and stuffed cannoli for dessert.

15941 Edwards St.
Huntington Beach,