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construction image Recommended Places To Visit in LA/Orange County

  • Costa Mesa our hometown
  • Disneyland The Happiest Place on Earth also Disney's California Adventure Park and Downtown Disney
  • The Getty Center
  • House of Blues For blues, folk art, and being seen. Try the Gospel Brunch on Sundays.
  • Noguchi Sculpture Garden A 1.6-acre collection of sculptures and plantings hidden away between some office buildings at 611 Anton Blvd in Costa Mesa. Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi's California Scenario is a tribute to the varied California ecologies. Don't miss it.
  • Stop off at Kéan Coffee for the best cup of coffee in the area. Martin Diedrich is fresh-roasting the greatest
    coffees from around the world on site. Close by Supply Technology, at 2043 Westcliff Drive, Suite 100. Newport Beach.
    We also have some Peet's Coffee fans, generally serving a darker roast, they have a shop close by at 424 E. 17th Street in Costa Mesa.
  • A favorite eatery for visitors is the original Taco Mesa at 647 W. 19th Street in Costa Mesa. Don't be fooled by the appearance of this converted Taco Bell building, their mexican food wows the restaurant critics.
  • Hi-Times Wine Cellars at 250 Ogle Street, Costa Mesa has the largest temperature controlled wine cellar on the West Coast. Also a huge selection of beer and whisky, one of the world's great liquor stores.
  • Memphis Soul Cafe & Bar at 2920 Bristol Street in Costa Mesa is a local favorite.
  • Sushi Shibucho at 590 W. 19th Street in Costa Mesa. A favorite, but for serious sushi fans only. Shibutani-san is in his late 60's and a master of his craft - has been a sushi chef since he was 15.
  • Frenzy Sushi at 369 E. 17th Street in Costa Mesa will appeal to everyone.

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