Where To Have St. Patrick’s Day Fun in Santa Ana

Making a memorable St. Patrick’s Day requires three things: a good bar, good food, and a great atmosphere. Luckily, Chapter One: The Modern Local in Santa Ana may be the perfect bar to celebrate the holiday. St. Paddy’s day has turned into one of the most fun U.S holidays even though it didn’t originate with us. We get to wear green, drink beer, and enjoy life with our Irish brethren–what’s not to love?

Chapter One has been called “wonderful” by reviewers and one person on Yelp says the bar has “Not only the chill but high end vibe, the drinks and food is just awesome. This is my favorite bar in Santa Ana” which is high praise for a place that is known for its nightlife like Santa Ana.  The bar opens at 11am everyday, so head over and celebrate St. Paddy’s when you are ready.

Chapter One: the modern local

227 N Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Phone number (714) 352-2225

 

Enjoy Some Tasty Food At The OC Restaurant Week

Celebrate your love of food next week with the most delicious seven days on the calendar at this year’s OC Restaurant week from March 5 – 11, 2017. Starting last Sunday some of the tastiest restaurants in Orange County will be coming together for a huge food festival. Food week is a little different than most festivals because the fun won’t be isolated to one area. The fun takes places at each participating location (there are over 30) with each offering patrons special menu options, huge discounts, and other fun deals.

You can also enter to win a free meal at the OC food week webpage, which is listed below. So make plans to not cook for the rest of the week and dine out instead. A portion of the food week proceeds also go to various charitable organizations. So have some fun dining out this week!

Enjoy a Breakfast at Cream Pan Or Mead’s in Santa Ana

Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day. In our minds it’s also the most fun meal– you can eat pancakes, waffles, french toast, or eggs prepared in a million different ways. You can’t forget about brunch either! For those people in Santa Ana looking for great breakfast spots, let’s take a quick look at two tasty locations.

Cream Pan

602 El Camino Real, Tustin, CA 92780
Phone number (714) 665-8239

Cream Pan currently has a 4.5 Star rating on Yelp and continues to be a great “hole in the wall” option for locals wanting great services and even better breakfast. The location serves traditional American food, so get your appetite ready for classic pancakes and more!

Mead’s Green Door Cafe

642 W Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92868
Phone number (714) 771-8556

This cafe has a tasty assortment of breakfast treats that will leave your mouth watering. The best part, however, is they are all vegan and healthy options (and you would never even notice by looking at them).

Best Hiking Locations and Exercise Spots in Santa Ana

Wow the year goes by fast doesn’t it? The days are already getting longer, the sun brighter, and once the rain stops, it might as well be summer already. With those changes to the weather come a few changes to our exercise routines. We can finally get out of the stuffy and overcrowded gyms and enjoy exercising in nature.

Going on a after work or early morning hike is a great way to stay active, fit, and de-stress from a long day at the office. The Santiago Creek on Memory Ln in Santa Ana is perfect for just about any nature filled activity you are trying to accomplish. There are long and windy running trails, walking trails, an area for your dogs, and a massive slide for kids and adults looking for some fun. Here is a quick look a the Santiago Creek.

Santiago Creek Wildlife & Watershed Center, Santiago Park Nature

510 E Memory Ln, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Phone number (714) 647-6904

 

Visit the Hobbit (No, Not the Movie) this Valentine’s Day

If you are searching for a romantic evening this Valentine’s Day, which falls on a Tuesday by the way (February 14th, for those who are completely lost), try The Hobbit restaurants on Chapman Ave–no we are not talking about the movie, but if that is your idea of romance, by all means go ahead. The Hobbit is a fine dining French winery experience with the right vibe and atmosphere to make Valentine’s Day special.

The location is by reservation only (so call now), and will cost a pretty penny but the experience will be worth it. The menu has a host of wine options for every meal on the menu, but you might have to ask your host to pair something for you (unless you are an expert of course). Here is a bit more information about The Hobbit.

The Hobbit

2932 E Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92869
Phone number (714) 997-1972

Where To Watch Super Bowl LI in Santa Ana

The Super Bowl is only a few days away and if you don’t have a place to watch it yet, now is the time to start finding one. Even if you are not a sports fan, the Super Bowl is one of the first “water cooler” moments of the year and you don’t want to be left out of the “talk” at work and on social media. The game will probably feature a viral commercial or two and maybe even a few entertainment moments on the field.

If you are planning on going to a bar to watch the festivities, try going to Original Mike’s in Santa Ana on Main st. The location is a restaurant, sports bar, and dance club that is always a good time. You can watch the game, each great food, enjoy a drink, and then dance the night away. Here are the details about Original Mike’s.

Original Mike’s

100 S Main St, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Phone number (714) 550-7764

Santa Ana Living: Join Poetry Night

The City of Santa Ana is calling all it’s aspiring poets to come out to the 4th Street Market during the beginning of February for a poetry night. If you are a lover of spoken word and aren’t too afraid to share your innermost thoughts with dozens of strangers, then Poetry Night is the perfect way to spend a Saturday evening in Santa Ana.

 

The event begins at 7pm and will last until 9pm and feature a host of local residents getting in front of a mic to read their own original works of poetry. These events are always fun, low pressure and no judgment gathers that embrace anyone will to share their material. The market also has a host of food and drink vendors, so you can show up and watch the show with some great food.

 

Poetry Night
February 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
4th Street Market
201 E 4th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Come Home to the Artist Village Apartments in Santa Ana

Live happy, live healthy and live green at the Artist Village Apartment in Santa Ana! If 2017 is your year to thrive and turn into the best and most complete version of yourself, the best way to begin is with a vibrant, modern, and upscale living space. We are located on 2nd Street and minutes away from the lively culture, shops, nightlife and fun the wonderful city of Santa Ana has to offer.

If you are looking to lease a one or two bedroom apartment with state of the art amenities, contact us at (877) 282 6413 to find out more information or schedule a tour. Our units come with hardwood floors, accent walls, balconies and patios, carpeted floors, and granite countertops among other things. When you are ready to visit the apartment of your dreams and possible start something new in 2017, give us a call. Our team will be ready and waiting to serve your today!

Fun Things To Do in Santa Ana, Ca

Things to Do

There’s lots of thing to do around Santa Ana near the Artist Village in January. Of course, you can always take part in the monthly Downtown Santa Ana Art Walk on Saturday, January 7th and enjoy live rock bands. However, there are some other events you may want to check out this month, including:

The Kickoff of the Panorama Tour taking place at the Beatnik Bandito Music Emporium on January 7 at 8:30 pm before the band heads off on tour to Washington State.

On January 14, musician Lucinda Williams will be live at the Yost Theater for an all ages show. Tickets are available online.

Check out Sunday brunch at the 4th Street Market throughout the month with a variety of musical acts for your listening enjoyment. This event is sponsored by the Orange County Music League.

After Sunday brunch, make sure to stop by the DSTA Farmers’ Market at the corner of 3rd Street and Bush right in front of the Yost Theater from 10am to 2pm.