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Dine Newport Beach

Through Feb. 1. Newport Beach Restaurant Week returns with deals on prix fixe menus at some of Newport’s best restaurants including Fig & Olive, 21 Oceanfront, Bayside Restaurant, Amelia’s, Bluefin, Fleming’s, Provenance, Royal Thai, Sol Cocina, The Beachcomber and more. This year, you have two full weeks of delectable dining offerings ranging from... More Info>>
 

Kristina WongOff Center Festival

Through Jan. 31. Join Segerstrom Center for the Arts for their fourth annual Off Center Festival featuring eight exciting artists and companies performing at the Center for the first time including Kristina Wong in a preview of her newest show, The Wong Street Journal where she... More Info>>
 

tristanTHEATER

Tristan & Yseult

Opens Jan. 23. British company Kneehigh’s production plays out with wild exuberance–and a touch of Tarantino. A cabaret band plays high above the stage as the classic myth about star-crossed lovers... More Info>>
 

Irving BerlinHershey Felder as Irving Berlin

Through Feb. 8. Called “the greatest songwriter that has ever lived” by George Gershwin, Berlin penned songs such as “God Bless America,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business” and “White Christmas.” Catch a glimpse into Berlin’s life as Hershey Felder captures... More Info>>
 

RubyBurgerEAT | DRINK

Ruby's Diner

Jan. 28. Celebrate the diner’s 32nd anniversary by enjoying the Classic RubyBurger at the original price of just $2.35 at each of its locations. The family-owned restaurant is extending this offer for one-day only so take advantage of this steal of a deal. Fries with your RubyBurger are an additional $1. As a special thank you, police officers, fire fighters and active duty military as well as all service members in uniform will receive... More Info>>
 

AndreisAndrei's Conscious Cuisine

Jan. 23-30. Kick off those 2015 healthy habits by trying the new Healthy Resolutions menu, featuring low calorie and low carb dishes that are still high in flavor such as their poached shrimp salad with avocado, papaya, corn, watermelon radish, blood orange, pumpkin seeds and blood orange vinaigrette; roasted monkfish wrapped in pancetta and basil with tomato and coriander seafood broth, quinoa, fennel, artichoke hearts and zucchini or Andrei’s vegan burger made of... More Info>>
 

SlapfishSlapfish

Try new Paleo and protein packed options for lunch and dinner for flavorful healthy dishes without the bore or guilt. Look for weekly specials like no fry sweet potato fries with smoked salmon sauce;  shrimp and avocado taco with a spinach hummus spread served over a toasted whole wheat wrap or the Paleo... More Info>>
 

Bacchus KaleBacchus Bar & Bistro

The wine bar and bistro has launched a new lunch menu and expanded their happy hour offerings. For lunch, try the kale and farro salad with broccoli, dried cranberries, pistachio, sunflower seeds, balsamic glaze and orange sherry vinaigrette; grilled bacon and brie sandwich with apricot jam and honey bread or rioja braised lamb quesadilla with manchego cheese, white bean puree, red pepper yogurt sauce and radish pickles. For happy hour, indulge in spicy... More Info>>
 

ART

KidseumGlow Cave Discoveries Kidseum

Jan. 24. Kids will love to virtually explore the French caves of Lascaux on a smartboard and then visit the Glow Cave before creating their own glow-in-the-dark cave painting... More Info>>
 

Wyland with KidsWyland's Art Lessons in the Wild

Jan. 24. Learn how marine wildlife continues to inspire Wyland to create some of the most well-known art pieces of our time, while children will receive an art lesson from Wyland himself via video feed. Participating kids ages 3-12 may enter the art contest and will receive a free same day whale watching ticket... More Info>>
 

Salt FIne Art 1Inflorescence at Salt Fine Art

Through Feb. 28. See new works by artists Cecilia Paredes, Olga Sinclair and Victoria Herrera. Padres camouflages by way of painting her body into textile backgrounds, leaving a small part of herself unpainted as a way of saying, “I am always in a small way standing apart from my environment” (as pictured) while Sinclair creates... More Info>>


 

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The Hood Kitchen and Market in Costa Mesa Slings Local Gourmet Products
New in the Hood: Get your hands on local, artisinal gourmet products at The Hood Market, part of The Hood Kitchen in Costa Mesa. More Info>>
 

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