16301 Beach Boulevard
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Phone: (714) 841-1812
Fax: (714) 841-0214
16301 Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, CA, US, 92647
- Phone: (714) 841-1812
- Fax: (714) 841-0214
For the most creative hot dogs you're likely to find in Orange County, hunt down Dogzilla. While Dogzilla's menu gives you a choice of "typical weiners," being your classic plain hot dog and chili dog, the "not your typical weiner" category is what really stands out. Sample dogs like the namesake Dogzilla, an all beef dog with grilled onions, avocado, Japanese mayo, bacon bits, teriyaki sauce and furikake served on a King's Hawaiian bun, or the Yaki Dog, also serve on a Hawaiian bun topped with yakisoba noodles, okonomi sauce, ao nori and red ginger.
Pei Wei is a fast casual eatery that serves Asian dishes in a flavorful way. They invite you to
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruschetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu—their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Located in Huntington Beach, the city by the sea, Marlin Bar & Grill is an absolute fun place to hang out with friends. The first things to notice about this place are Hawaiian-style decor and the bar; it's impressively stocked with the best beer and wine in the city. The talented staff also churns out delicious cocktails. The food is reasonably priced, but mostly consists of sandwiches, nachos and hot dogs so you can't exactly have a five-course meal here. However, they do have some really good proportions, the Football Breakfast Specials are particularly filling. The kitchen is open till 10pm, but please call for the bar timings.
Taste authentic German and Austrian cuisine at this lively restaurant that's been family-owned and operated since 1978. The Old World German Restaurant is the location of the annual Oktoberfest.
Owned and operated by two brothers from Sicily, this one-of-a-kind Italian restaurant offers classic Italian cuisine, a casual atmosphere, and warm, friendly service. The freshest seafood, an array of pastas, signature eggplant dishes, and their famous calamari fritti are on the menu. Mangia Mangia is open daily for lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended for parties of four or more.
Known for serving one of the best margaritas in Orange County, this family owned and operated restaurant provides home style Mexican cooking made with traditional recipes. Tortillas are made on the premises and favorites such as tamales, enchiladas, burritos, tostadas, chimichangas, chile rellenos, and tacos are on the menu.
This Asian restaurant sits in an area known for its excellent Asian markets. Amphibians might want to picket out front since this restaurant serves a fantastic turtle soup and lists frog legs as an a la carte menu choice. Regular customers like to order the Muc Rang Muoi, the Chicken Cordon Bleu and the Imperial Rolls. You can choose to sit at one of the many small tables scattered about indoors. It is possible to obtain seating in the back that affords greater privacy. No alchohol is served; however, special fruit drinks, teas and coffees are available.
This sports bar boasts of nice servers, five pool tables, four big screen televisions, eight regular televisions, four satellite dishes, famous buffalo wings and hot wings, and Sunday and Monday night football. The wood floor and picnic tables give it a homey, back-country atmosphere. It has a good selection of beers and a full bar, as well as a hearty selection of food and tasty appetizers. This is where you will want to go when you are in your grubby denims and just want to chug down a few beers with your friends. Smoking is permitted on the patio.
This restaurant specializes in the mouthwatering cuisine of North Vietnam. There is much to admire here, from the elegantly laid out tables to the friendly, courteous service. The clientele is very eclectic. The menu features spicy shrimp, barbecued catfish, spicy, herb-infused noodles with vegetables and much more. Everything is intensely flavored and will involve all of your senses. Beer and wine served by the glass. Credit cards are not accepted.
S Vietnamese Fine Dining stands for everything Vietnamese, starting from the letter 'S' which is how the country is shaped to the upscale traditional cuisine. The interior is a fusion of French, American and Asian deco with abstract paintings adorning the walls. Serving lunch, dinner, premium teas and wine, the comfortable restaurant is abode to business meetings, family gatherings and romantic rendezvous on the patio.
Let all of your assumptions go when you come to Au Lac, a Vietnamese-inspired vegan raw food restaurant. The exterior of the restaurant is a typical hole in the wall. But the interior is surprisingly nice with ambient light, modern utensils, and happy diners. Hardly anything on the menu looks familiar. But seriously, everything looks fabulous and tastes great. Definitely try one raw food dish and one soy-meat dish. Cream Cheese is a delightful raw appetizer. Soy fish clay pot sensation treats you with soy fish with no sacrifice in taste. Last but not least, do dessert, or you'll regret it.