Quality Inn & Suites Oceanview
34734 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Capistrano Beach, CA 92624
Phone: (949) 248-1316
Fax: (949) 248-1886
Golf Clubs are luxurious, but if you wish to join an affordable one, San Juan Hills Golf Club is your place to be. Located on the beautiful San Juan Creek Road, this 18-holed golf club offers a lush expanse of myriad hues of green, contrasting with stark blue water bodies, and nestled amid rolling hills. Spend relaxed weekends with your family at San Juan Hills Golf Club, basking under the warm sun, or enjoy delicious meals at the 19 Sports Bar & Grill. Adults and children alike can avail of their golf lessons. Join one of their clubs to get associated with one of the best golf courses in the Orange County. This club can be hired for private functions and lavish wedding receptions. You won't be disappointed if you choose the manicured grounds of San Juan Hills Golf Club be the destination of your big day!
Ole Hanson, co-founder of San Clemente city built Casa Romantica as a family residence in 1927. Now a cultural center, it offers special interest events such as art workshops, poetry sessions, lecture series and so forth.
This large, 95,000 square foot (8,825 square meter) eco-friendly facility is known as the Soka Performing Arts Center. Located on the Soka University of America campus in Aliso Viejo, this state-of-the-art center features a concert hall and theater both fully equipped with incredible acoustics designed by the same man who did the Walt Disney Hall in Los Angeles and the Suntory Hall in Tokyo. See amazing student performances as well as professional groups year round at this stunning venue.
This intimate theater was built in 1932, on the campus of the high school, and was renovated to provide state-of-the-art seating and technology. It can seat 450 people and has amazing acoustics and excellent sightliness. It is in close proximity to various restaurants and has ample parking on the street and in the parking lot across from it.
Since 1968, this site has been the home of Sawdust, a place where local artists have been thriving. Every summer and winter Sawdust puts on an arts & crafts and performing artists festival that is truly an event to experience. See the website for more details.
Founded in 1920, the Laguna Playhouse is rich in history and local color. Used as a neighborhood center of culture and entertainment during World War II, the theater has long been a fixture in the Orange County arts scene. Even now the theater is known for offering fantastic live theater productions.
Set in the seaside community of Laguna Beach, the Irvine Bowl is the host to concerts, exhibits, and more. The annual Pageant Of the Master's, where various works of art are displayed, is held nearby, making the Irvine Bowl the center of the arts in Orange County. Hangout with your friends at the various concerts that are offered in the summer at the bowl. Or come by for a stroll visiting the beach and taking a look at the center.
This outdoor venue, formerly known as Irvine Meadows, consists of a large seating area as well as an expansive lawn area atop a hill. Its roster of events, includes music acts, festivals, such as Lollapalooza as well as classical concerts during the summer (which are often accompanied by picnics up on the lawn area). Regardless of the season, be sure to bring warm clothing and blankets for the lawn section. Concert tickets are available at the box office (usually only open a few hours before the event) or online.
The Irvine Improv Comedy Club has a misnomer in its title. The club does not host local improv comedy nights, but it does host big-name acts including the likes of Charlie Murphy and John Heffron. Dining is included with the laughs on some nights. The club can also be rented out for various events such as holiday parties, birthdays, fundraising and more.
Dave and Buster's is just the right place to head for those after-office round of drinks, or to watch the big game. The restaurant and bar offers great meals and cheap buffet service. With entertainment attractions like billiards, shuffleboard, motorcycle simulators, etc, this is the perfect place for fun. The admission is restricted to 21-plus and children must be accompanied by guardians(25 plus). The place offers variety of Happy Hours for some cheap drinks and food. The chain's locations are everywhere.
Orange County's Great Park is a popular venue for concerts, plays and other events. It's also known for its giant orange tethered balloon, which visitors can ride for a fee. Soaring 400 feet in the air, on a clear day you can see 40 miles out. Other park attractions include a beautiful carousel, a playground, and a visitor center where you can rent sports equipment for free.
The Port Theater was one of the first major attractions for Newport Beach, opened in 1949 before the city's airport and shopping mall overshadowed this cultural institution. Controversy over midnight screenings forced the theater to shut down in the mid-90s, and after fifteen years of stagnation in the midst of property disputes, this Corona del Mar icon has been given a new lease on life as well as a complete face lift. Stylish modern decor retains the original spirit of the theater, the theater's iconic sign once more lit up over Pacific Coast Highway. Following current luxury theater trends, the theater offers gourmet food and beverages which guests can enjoy during the movie such as upscale popcorn, bottled beverages and coffee drinks as well as "Port Dogs", the theater's signature franks. An important part of this picture-perfect beach town's small village charm, The Port Theater is nothing short of an essential institution.