Orange County

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June 1-4


Huntington Beach Concours

June 3-4. The 37th Annual Huntington Beach Concours d’ Elegance takes place this weekend. Come take in the beauty and feats of engineering at this iconic classic car and motorcycle show. A complete schedule, as well as tickets and more information – including registration information – can be found here. Huntington Beach Library, 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach.

Downtown Fullerton Ghost Walk

June 3. Haunted Orange County presents its seventh tour bringing you the historic and dark stories of this bustling college town. Spectral actors inhabiting majestic theatres and restaurants that are the home of phantoms of the past adorn our 90-minute haunted walking tour through the streets and back alleys. Tickets and more information, such as meeting location and more can be found here.

Kids Pop-up Market

June 3. Hosted at Daydream Surf Shop by dōs Clothing, this pop-up is purely aimed at the little ones in your life. Mastica will be on hand for food with a kids-focused menu to enjoy while you shop. Various vendors offering products for children will be on hand from Saturday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. 864 W 16th Street, Newport Beach.

Food + Drink

Battle of the Bruschetta

Begins June 1. Kicking off this Thursday, Postino Wine Cafe will have two new flavors of their famous bruschettas, created by their executive chefs, going head-to-head to get a permanent spot on the menu this fall. Try the Mexican Street Corn and The Italiano from through the 14th of June, and enjoy some of their fantastic wines while you are there. Times vary. 2981 Michelson Dr, Suite E, Irvine.

Rare Society Steakhouse Opens

Now Open. San Clemente welcomes a lavish new upscale dining experience as Rare Society has opened its doors, offering everything from seafood towers to a plethora of steaks and sides. The stunning new space is open Wednesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. – close. 226 Avenida del Mar, San Clemente, 949.669.7273.

Manaao Thai Comfort Food

Soft Open Now. The long-awaited Thai eatery, Manaao, is in a soft opening to the public now. featuring the sublime, authentic flavors of Thailand, like Pad Ga-Prao Moo Sub, and Tom Yum Shrimp. Open every day but Tuesday from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m. -9 p.m. 13842 Newport Ave Ste C, Tustin.

Taking Back Thursday

June 1. Taking Back Thursday returns to Native Son in DTSA with another live set of your favorite emo, pop-punk, & early 2000’s tunes that’ll make you cry, dance, & sing as My Nautical Romance hits the patio. Drink specials by Copalli Rum will flow all night long as well. Thursday, from 7-10 p.m. 305 East 4th Street, Santa Ana.

Arts + Culture

Griffin Raphael’s Digital Euphoria

June 1. Step into a dystopian realm where the indomitable human spirit blazes like a supernova, guiding you through a breathtaking journey of untamed creativity and limitless possibilities. Embrace the cosmic wonders that await as we invite you to explore the uncharted territories of your own imagination. 6 p.m. Must RSVP for full details and gallery location in Laguna Beach. Guests can RSVP here.

Art + Wine & Herb Tasting

June 3. Delight your senses as Chef Jessica Roy of 608 Dahlia, Sommelier Ali Coyle of Fable & Spirit and Culinary Garden Designer Ashley Irene of Heirloom Potager present a unique wine and herb pairing experience. This exclusive culinary adventure is a true celebration of great art – advance tickets are recommended and can be found here. 307 Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach.

Photo credits: Manaao photo credit Marc Kharrat. Laguna Beach Art Museum courtesy of The ACE Agency. All other images are courtesy of the businesses and venues.

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