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At Caf? Tu Tu Tango, edibles and art merge with far more dynamism than your average still life. Paintings and brick pillars surround the tables, where pizzas decked in pears and brie flank the miniature campfires of tabletop s'mores. Murals and mosaics fill the space beneath counters, and plush sofas on the patio replace the chairs and moss-covered motorcycles of traditional outdoor seating. Even the napkins "are a rainbow of jewel toned colors," reports The Food Channel's "Raves & Faves" feature, which labels the restaurant's design "pure local artist eclectic." The review documents the caf?'s other artistic quirks, including the dessert menu's catalogue of painted depictions, the commissioned artists who compose their opuses live in the space, and the range of performers who parade through the restaurant, from belly dancers to balloon artists.

The kitchen makes its own chicken and beef empanadas alongside six types of skewers, which spear meats such as salmon, shrimp, and steak. A classic sangria recipe complements bites of roasted pears or mango-duck quesadillas, and seven specialty pizzas bake in a brick oven. To top off an original lunch date, groups can visit nearby attractions such as Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center.

20 City Blvd W
Orange,
CA
US

The Constellation Room inside The Observatory (née The Galaxy) is quickly becoming the “it” place to play for local bands and touring bands alike. The Constellation Room has been revamped with a killer new sound system that will get both musicians and fans excited. For a truly unique VIP evening, take advantage of The Constellation Room’s 2 VIP rooms and 16 booths/tables that provide views unavailable (and unobstructed) from any other part of the venue. Have a private event coming up? The Constellation Room is available for proms, conventions, weddings, meetings, and much more. Take advantage of all they have to offer and experience the positive vibe, and excellent music, at the Constellation Room inside The Observatory in Santa Ana, California.

3503 South Harbor Boulevard
Santa Ana,
CA
US

Although he specializes in American comfort fare, Executive Chef Diego Velasco wields a packed cabinet of culinary styles and spices, elevating meetings and cocktail parties to a higher gastronomic plane with custom menus crafted from many fresh, locally sourced ingredients.. Midday meals get a savory infusion from the corporate-catering lunch menu, which includes a signature sandwich tray ($54 for 16 half-sandwiches)—a selection of up to four of the various bread-bookended taste-fests, which include a brisket po boy. The hot lunch buffet ($14.95/person for 15–50 guests, $13.50/person for 50+ guests) offers a flavorful cornucopia of meatloaf, ribs, and cornmeal-fried catfish. Appetizers by the dozen grace the à la carte menu and include the grilled scallop lollipops with saffron aioli ($26), and the mashed-potato pancakes with American caviar ($22), a laid-back affront to the snobbishly monocled Caspian variety. Chef Velasco's epicurean enthusiasm runs rampant throughout the entree offerings, which include buttermilk fried chicken, and grilled leg of lamb accented by pineapple-mint vinaigrette.

201 N Broadway
Santa Ana,
CA
US

The Observatory in Orange County is a popular venue that regularly has performances and events. One of the most popular areas at The Observatory is The Constellation Room. In addition to featuring exciting shows, the lights and effects are breathtaking. Customers can order bottle service with a clear view available from all of the tables and booths. This section leaves audience members with an unforgettable experience. The bottle service is top notch and the staff is helpful and friendly. For anyone looking for a fun environment, this is a hot spot in Orange County. The venue is clean, with a lot of open space with Sky Boxes and Suites available for large parties.

3503 South Harbor Boulevard
Santa Ana,
CA
US

Tucked away in Santa Ana's Artist's Village, Vineyard R?z

provides visitors with a retreat from the chaos of everyday life. Its elegant decor and plush seating set a relaxing tone inside, where guests sip hand-selected wines from an array of locales, vintages, and vineyards. Hungry patrons can also dine on various small plates, salads, sandwiches, and entrees, or they can consult the knowledgeable staff on the perfect pairings for the wine they've selected.

206 N Broadway
Santa Ana,
CA
US

Each Auld Dubliner location must meet the stringent level of authenticity required by co-owner and Gaelic strongdrinker David Copley. A native of Limerick, Ireland, Copley might share a dirty poem if you ask nicely, but he's more likely to tell you that every part of his pub's polished wood, brass décor, and menu of toothsome Erin edibles was designed and crafted in Ireland and transported piece by piece to its new American home. Tuck right into pub classics such as shepherd's pie with ground beef and lamb ($12.95) or the for-more-than-St.-Patty's-Day corned beef and cabbage ($12.95). Other fare that comes with a shamrock stamp of approval includes the traditional boxty (a potato pancake), stuffed with delights such as Irish bacon and melted cheddar ($13.95) or Atlantic salmon with shallots and tarragon ($15.95). For a finish as sweet as a "yes" from Molly Bloom, the Irish-whiskey crème brûlée adds a twist to the traditional dessert.

2497 Park Avenue
Tustin,
CA
US