Nightclubs and bars in Anaheim

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    Uva Bar: Great Bar to People Watch!

    by rmlopez74 Written Apr 10, 2006

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    The drinks are stiff, if a bit on the spendy side. The location is great, right smack dab in the middle of Downtown Disney. They have a pretty good menu, and on the weekends, you won't find a better spot to just sit, have a cocktail, and watch the "interesting" people go by.

    Dress Code: Pretty Casual

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    Howard Johnson's Plaza Hotel: Lounge by the Pool

    by lmkluque Updated Feb 5, 2013

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    Most people who come to Anaheim have the intent of visiting Disneyland or California Adventure and spend the day and night there. However, after walking miles and miles during the day, a nice swim in a heated pool at your hotel is very refreshing and statisfying for all members of the family. Even in the cool weather of winter a heated pool is inviting.

    The Howard Johnson's Plaza Hotel has a secluded pool surrounded by lovely gardens and trees. They also have Castaway Cove, a pirate inspired water playgound for kids of all ages.

    Dress Code: Bring a bathingsuit--or buy one--and the hotel will supply the towel. Sunscreen is not needed in the evening.

    Relax!
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    HOB in Downtown Disney: House of Blues

    by malianrob Updated Mar 1, 2008

    There are a few House of Blues around and one of them is located in Anahiem. I like coming here to listen to live music and having some cocktails. I have been wanting to go to the Sunday Gospel/blues show/brunch but I havent made it yet.
    If you are coming to Anahiem, staying for a few days, pick up a Orange County Weekly and see who is playing. They usually have some good shows. If you have dinner before the show or concert you can just have your waiter walk you into the show area so you dont have to walk out and get in line to go back in to see the show.

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    territorial saloon: sports bar

    by doug48 Written Mar 20, 2009

    the territorial saloon is part of the overland stage restaurant next to the sheriton park hotel. the territorial saloon has four big screen televisions for sports viewing. because of it's prominity to the convention center it is a good place to meet with business associates after work. their drink prices are a little less than the hotel bars nearby.

    Dress Code: business casual.

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    Heat Ultra Lounge: Hip Hop Close to Disneyland at Heat

    by marinarena Written Apr 22, 2015

    Heat Ultra is the main Anaheim showcase of the young adult clubbing crowd young out to dance, drink, hang out and be seen. Along with Sutra Lounge in Costa Mesa, Heat Ultra can arguably be considered the most noted (or infamous) Orange county nightclub. Celebs make frequent visits here to party and play. Some notables inlcude Chris Brown, Jay Sean and Snoop Dogg, as well as a slew of beloved DJs.

    Main music featured is mainly DJ oriented pop/hip hop/house. Top DJs definitely make their mark here, though Heat Ultra patrons come not always for the music, but for the scene. Beware if you hate crowds and paying pricey cover. This ain't the place to go on a weekend night for you. Depending on club acts and special event circumstances, cover can be easily $20. With parking and drinks at extra cost, your wallet may cry out by night's end.

    Note:
    Come on Thursdays for the best deals ( $5 drink nights, etc)
    Get a reservation, or arrive early for a table/good spot on floor (8 PM or so)
    This is an 18+ years old venue, alcohol served to those 21 and up

    See actual pics inside of the club here:
    http://www.yelp.com/biz/heat-ultra-lounge-anaheim-2
    (You'll get a good idea of the atmosphere, type of club goers and attire expected (or lack of attire in the case for women)

    Check official website and social media for latest event schedule.

    Dress Code: Dress fashionably!

    Heat Ultra Lounge, Anaheim, CA
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    Downtown Disney: Still at DLand Resort, but not as "Disneyfied"

    by LostBoyPN Written Sep 2, 2004

    This area of the Disneyland Resort has some adult things to do. There's House of Blues and ESPN Zone. There are other slightly over-priced restaurants.

    There's also a cool outdoor bar right in the middle of it.

    As for shopping, there are the ubiquitous Disney shops... but some others as well. Worth strolling around if you're there.

    Dress Code: Casual

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    Native American Pow-Wow, Santa Ana College: They wouldn't let me take pictures :-(

    by BuickMackane Updated Nov 7, 2002

    We had the BEST time on the nights we were there, at a Native American Pow-Wow which took place on the athletic field of Santa Ana College. They didn't allow us to take pictures (we shot this one across the street), but I can assure you that this is one event you will NOT want to miss if you are in town when it's going on. The bright costumes and tribal dancing are very exciting to watch!

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    The Block at Orange: Entertainment District

    by Jim_Eliason Written Jun 14, 2003

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    The Block at Orange is a outdoor mall of shopping, restaurants, nightclubs and a theater just south of Anaheim.

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