The 2016 Rio Olympics are officially underway and as the games begin to heat up, we turn our attention towards our very own Anaheim/Orange County Olympians who were born or have trained in Anaheim and Orange County. While a couple of teams are headquartered here (USA Volleyball, badminton, water polo), plenty of other athletes will represent the O.C. and the U.S. as they make their quest for the gold. Here are a few athletes to keep in mind and root extra harder for:
In Anaheim, Calif., IPA Day is seemingly every day. Locals get up every day, yawn, stretch, and think of how good they have it. “The world’s best IPA is literally brewed a mile from my house,” says local homebrewer and beer guy, Bradley Daniels. “How crazy is that?” And Brad isn’t exaggerating. His claims were validated by judges around the world back in May of 2016.
After a long, productive day at the Anaheim Convention Center, you might be in search of a nearby restaurant to satisfy your appetite. Good news! There are more than enough eateries within a short walk of the Anaheim Convention Center. From business casual to relaxed—here are a few stand-out restaurant suggestions near the Anaheim Convention Center.
For those who have yet to embrace the augmented reality phenomenon Pokémon Go, here's a beginners guide. For the rest who've jumped headfirst into the sensation with phone in hand—here are a few spots around Anaheim that are perfect for Pokémon trainers in search of rare or exotic Pokémon.
You've booked your flight, confirmed your hotel and posted the obligatory vacation selfie—now what?
There is nothing better than finding the perfect spot to watch the fireworks on the beach or in one of Orange County's world-famous theme parks. To ensure that your family has the most memorable time—we've compiled a list of the best O.C. fireworks and festivities to celebrate the 4th in style.
Internationally known as California’s “Golf Coast” and home to the same courses Tiger Woods grew up on—Orange County blends the best golf courses alongside breathtaking California views. With over 40 championship courses designed by PGA legends like Jack Nicklaus, Arthur Hills, Tom Fazio and Payne Stewart, a day on an Orange County golf course is much more than a vacation escape, guys weekend or weekend activity.