The NHL regular season returns to Orange County, and the 2007 Stanley Cup champion Anaheim Ducks are ready to make their push towards a second crown in franchise history. If you miss your chance to secure a home game ticket—don't worry. We've found five bars and restaurants near Honda Center with the perfect hockey atmosphere.
Author: Melodi Steinberg
While there is an endless list of restaurants that offer an amazing variety of choices, it is often difficult to find a place with the right balance of options for kids. Fortunately, kids menus have evolved to more than just your typical mac and cheese or chicken nuggets. From Cafe’s to pizza joints to Teppan, here are the best Kids Menus in Anaheim and Orange County.
1400 S. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92802
Baseball season is back and as usual, OC fans can be thankful that we have one of MLB’s most beautiful and convenient ballparks. Here’ what you can expect this season when it comes to food, refreshments and souvenir concessions updates.
Meetings and events industry leaders are coming together today to support the second annual Global Meetings Industry Day (GMID). GMID was created to shine a light on the real impact meetings have on businesses, economies and communities.
Author: ALLISON HATA
Widely known as one of America’s safest cities, Irvine is a destination that celebrates diversity, culture and fun for all ages. The master-planned Orange County community is home to an emerging global dining scene and innovative entertainment options for parents and children alike. Explore family-friendly eats and activities from Irvine’s carefully curated collection of business that have helped shaped the city’s identity over the last four decades.
Article By: Mary Tran: Let's Play OC
When visiting a place that’s as historic as Disneyland, why not stay someplace that also has a great story to tell?
Find a healthy dose of history and charm packed into the single square mile of Old Towne Orange. Known colloquially as the “Orange Circle,” this bustling historic district is the heart and soul of the city of Orange. Don’t let the size fool you—there’s much to see, do and taste in a neighborhood where gourmet restaurants are as much at home as antique shops. Check out seven stops on our Old Towne tour featuring experiences you’ll find only in Orange.
South Coast Plaza’s story is entwined with that of its founders, the Segerstrom family, who arrived in Orange County in 1898. The Segerstroms acquired and developed land and built an agricultural empire along the way. Lima beans once grew on the site where the center now stands. South Coast Plaza opened its doors to great fanfare in March 1967, with 70 shops and anchor stores May Company and Sears.