Quality Inn Anaheim North
1251 N. Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92801
Phone: (714) 635-6461
Fax: (714) 948-8030
Carl's Jr has been around for more than 70 years now and has grown to have about 1300 chain of restaurants across various locations in California and other places. They are known for their scrumptious burgers that are char broiled and are loaded with the perfect amount of cheese. Their most popular burger in the past decade has been the six-dollar burger which is made with all the right ingredients of a mean big hamburger. This location also serves a share of Mexican food which is as tasty and well made as the burgers. So, come visit Carl's for burgers and burrittos.
With 100 beers on tap, beer lovers will feel like they have died and gone to heaven. The atmosphere is lively, with large groups of people partying and having fun while mingling with other patrons. The decor reminds one of a sports bar from earlier years and the service is impeccable. Definitely a good place to spend an evening of fun, friends and drinks.
Located right in the heart of the Fullerton Santa Fe Depot, Santa Fe Café is an ideal stop over for hungry commuters. Grab a vegetable sandwich stuffed with greens or a juicy meat roll at this quaint eatery, or simply go in for a steaming cup of coffee. Their crunchy salads, crispy fries and sides as well as filling burgers will make you want to mark this as a permanent haunt. Play a game of chess or backgammon as you wait for your train. Special gigs, theme nights, and events take place on certain days of the week. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
With live music 6 nights a week, The Slidebar in Fullerton attracts an interesting music loving crowd who stop by to sample Orange County's home grown bands. Full screen TVs are all over; even in the plush bathroom and this, coupled with a booming sound system and video jukebox, makes for a fun evening. Happy hours from 6-7pm means appetizers and drinks are available at half rate! An outdoor patio offers views of the city's tattooed and pierced party loving people.
Bourbon Street is nestled in the center of downtown Fullerton and specializes on California Cajun cuisine. The farm to fresh, made from scratch menu features appealing appetizers, comforting soups and salads, hearty burgers and sandwiches, pastas, seafood, tasty sides, dainty bar bites, rich desserts and breakfast menu as well. Known for their nightlife and live entertainment, Bourbon's bar has a good selection of bourbons, whiskeys, and a wide list of wine. They also have quite a number of bottled and rotating draft beer.
If you want to spend the evening in a rather entertaining and relaxed way, then head straight to Steamer's. This jazz club and cafe has acclaimed jazz artists performing here regularly. Live jam sessions and performances along with tasty food makes this venue a hit. The menu includes delectable deli sandwiches, gourmet pizzas, thai curry dishes and pastas. You can also sip on the delicious cocktails, wines and flavored coffees.
Housed in one of the oldest buildings in Fullerton dating back to 1899, Matador has a vintage charm with its more than a century old red brick walls, candle lighting, a huge wooden bar, leather half-moon banquettes and dazzling red chandeliers. The ambiance is welcoming and romantic. The menu is a blend of the old and the new of Mexican cuisine and using only fresh, good quality ingredients. Along with daily lunch, dinner and late-night menus, they also offer weekend brunch and curbside service for those on the go. Some of the menu highlights are the creamy queso fundido dip, charbroiled spicy wings with cotija cheese sauce, chile relleno, chorizo ravioli and the baby-back ribs with chipotle tequila lime barbecue sauce. The weekend brunch has a la carte menu with dishes like vegetarian omelet, fluffy pancakes and huevos rancheros. They have a vast drink featuring signature margaritas and mojitos, bottle and draft beer and a wide selection of famous and boutique Spanish, Californian, and South American wines. Matador Cantina promises to give a memorable Mexican dining experience.
This popular spot has been serving healthy and fun food in a bohemian setting for more than 25 years. Here you'll find favorites like cheese fondue, spicy tortilla soup, a crunchy Mexican Caesar salad and more. The mushroom crepes are also excellent. The atmosphere is pleasant, friendly and is capped off by live piano music indoors and bands outdoors in the summer months. Reservations are accepted for parties of 8 or more. A full bar is available.
Casual, comfortable, and moderately priced, this restaurant serves up to 18 fresh seafood choices, prepared over mesquite charcoal flames. It also serves chicken, pasta, steak, and ribs in generous, flavorful portions with chowders, sauces, and ribs made from scratch on-site daily.
Celebrating over 50 years of "warming hearts and tummies" with great food, this combination restaurant and bakery is known for serving delicious homestyle classics and fresh baked pies.
Serving Fullerton and Orange County since 1962, this French restaurant is a local favorite. Located in the cellar of a shopping center, this is a romantic, charming escape for couples and intimate friends. You will be swept away by the old French decor. The clientele is chic and know good food when they taste it. French classics like roast duck, bouillabaise, rack of lamb, and beef medallions are on the menu and all are worth a try. Desserts are delightfully decadent and this is surely not the time to stick to your diet. There is a full bar and excellent wine list with bottles in every price range.
Since 1970, The Cellar has brought a bit of classic European style and cuisine to Fullerton. The elegant interior of the restaurant perfectly compliments the menu, which features dishes such as Colorado lamb osso bucco and broiled king salmon. The wine cellar here is truly spectacular, featuring over 1400 varieties of fine wine from America and Europe. There is also a classy bar area that serves classic cocktails.