Food & Drink in Santa Ana

In-Home Wine-Tasting Event for Up to 12 from PRP Wine International (Up to 73% Off). Two Options Available.

PRP Wine International Wine Tasting

Redeem from Home

$168.69 $45


Experienced wine consultants reveal grapes' backgrounds and regions and lead guests through the qualities of six varietals

$55 for $100 Worth of Catering Services — Paris Party & Events

Paris Party & Events

On Location

$100 $55

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Tex Mex Food at Spoons Grill & Bar (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

Spoons Grill & Bar

Santa Ana

$20 $11


Spicy chicken tacos, lobster enchiladas, and steak fajitas alongside Angus burgers, Texas chili spaghetti, and sandwiches

Empanadas and 16-Ounce Fountain Drinks for Two or Four at Olé! Spain Delishop (37% Off)

Olé! Spain Delishop


$17.50 $11


Dine on a choice of empanadas, paired with 16-ounce fountain drinks

$50 for Two VIP Tickets to Red, White, and Brew Festival on July 5 ($100 Value)

Red, White, & Brew Music and Beer Festival

Yost Theater

$100 $50

Four-hour beer festival features unlimited samples of craft brews from 13 breweries, as well as live music and entertainment all night

Indian Combo Meal for Two or $12 for $17.38 Toward Carryout at Niki's Indian Cuisine

Niki's Indian Cuisine

Santa Ana

$17.38 $11

Voted "Best Fast-Food Indian Orange County" by OC Weekly; combos include entrees, rice, naan, and salad

Mexican Food at El Pollo Norteno (40% Off). Three Options Available.

El Pollo Norteno

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Mesquite charcoal flavors homestyle Mexican dishes, including charbroiled chicken, tacos, and burritos

Indian Cuisine and Drinks for Dinner, Lunch, Sunday Brunch, or Friday Buffet for 2 at Royal Khyber (50% Off)

Royal Khyber Fine Indian Cuisine

Santa Ana

$40 $20

Arun Puri folds more than 38 herbs & spices into north Indian dishes with healthy twists; dining room with silk pillows & intricate artwork

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Geisha House, a modern Japanese restaurant and sushi bar, fuses classic dishes and sushi rolls with a contemporary flair in a chic interpretation of a traditional geisha house. The Cowboy roll ($12) lassos fillet of beef, asparagus, scallion and cream cheese, and the surf 'n' turf roll ($22) combines lobster and filet mignon in a sweet sesame-miso sauce. The chef prepares grilled mongolian lamb chop with creamy sesame and cucumber salad ($21), and gently lulls baby japanese eggplant ($11) to sleep with sweet miso and wasabi cream sauce and a hypnotic battle rap. The 10-ounce grilled Kobe rib eye steak ($46) plunges into Asian barbecue dipping sauce and comes flanked by sautéed asparagus life preservers.

2773 N Main St
Santa Ana,

If it's true that eating more colorful foods can improve your diet, then MasalaCraft is ahead of the curve. The menu here is a veritable edible rainbow: flakes of cilantro pop atop house-made paneer and red tomato sauce, and the deep orange of mango chutney hints at refreshing sweetness.

Inside the Oven

Dishes cooked inside MasalaCraft's clay tandoor oven have an especially vibrant taste. That's because the oven's radiant heat, which can climb to 800 degrees, unlocks new depths of flavor from lamb, tiger shrimp kabobs, and rounds of delectably chewy naan.

A Dash of Healing Spices

  • The turmeric that lends earthy flavor to your curry may also relieve maladies such as arthritis, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Cardamom pods add an aromatic pop of flavor to biryani, and can also relieve symptoms of the common cold.
  • Cumin brings subtle heat to Indian dishes while simultaneously promoting healthy digestion.

2 Hutton Center Dr Ste 103
Santa Ana,

An open-air patio with a swinging saloon-door gate and an awning made from timber logs greet visitors to Antojitos Don Juan, hinting at the feasts of zesty Mexican cuisine to be found inside. With its canopy of umbrellas, swaying palm trees, and adobe-and-tile furniture, the deck space combines a laid-back tropical vibe with a Southwestern aesthetic, like a sun-soaked beach party in the middle of Arizona. In the shady confines of the interior, soccer jerseys and strings of pennants hang above a bar top, framing feasts of cheesy enchiladas suizas or beefy bistec ranchero. Guests chow down from the ample seafood menu of fried fish and shrimp dishes or sample traditional fare such as menudo y pozole soup or barbecued goat.

1130 W Warner Ave
Santa Ana,

These aren’t the grilled cheeses from the school cafeteria. They’re more like if grilled cheeses were made in shop class. Customers build their own sandwiches at The Grilled Cheese Spot, piling on up to two cheeses, plus veggies and proteins on a choice of bread to created limitless combinations. Melted muenster and swiss on sourdough; goat cheese and roasted red bell peppers on ciabatta; barbecue short ribs or rosemary citrus chicken with havarti or brie—these are just a few ideas. After building a sandwich and pairing it with a gourmet soda, guests can settle on a black barstool in front of a wall of black-and-white portraits of celebrities.

318 W 5th St
Santa Ana,

Soup and sandwich is a classic combo, but at Soup 4 U, it takes on a Vietnamese twist. Staff at the Asian-fusion eatery ladle up clam chowder, coconut curry chicken soup, and beef chili into flaky bread bowls and serve up hot or cold deli sandwiches, depending on the sandwiches mood. They layer these sandwiches with everything from BLT fixings to the classic ingredients of a Vietnamese crispy pork ban mi—pickled carrots and daikon, slices of cucumber, jalapeños, cilantro, and mayo. To pair with these dishes, they toss together salads that brim with healthy ingredients, such as salmon, tomatoes, and spring greens.

5015 W Edinger Ave Suite V
Santa Ana,

Chicken is their specialty, but whatever they're making, the chefs at Don Jacinto Pollo Grill don't let a single patron leave hungry. They serve up heaping portions of dishes both familiar?tacos, steaks, burritos?and more uncommon?beef tongue and bowls of overflowing soups. Some commission the restaurant's chefs to cater their parties. Others visit the yellow, red, and white dining room in person for a frosty Corona, a cheesy quesadilla, and the opportunity to try and juggle plates of chicken.

2413 S Fairview St
Santa Ana,