Put on your Halloween best, and join us on Saturday, October 28 for our third annual Eat, Drink and Be Scary Costume Party at Red Bar and Lounge. Get ready for an evening filled with specialty themed cocktails, a group costume contest with prizes, beats from our local DJ, and a scary good time.
Get your MLB World Series grub game on at Red Bar! Watch every homerun, steal and strike out on our big 10-foot TV, all while you enjoy a $15 Burger & 16 oz. Beer combo during the games.
*Special only available during MLB World Series Games. Does not include tax and gratuities. Games on October 29, 31, and November 1 TBD.
Where's the best place to watch UFC fights in the OC? Red Bar and Lounge, no contest. Watch all of the action during the three title fight matchups on our 10-foot big screen, all while you enjoy food and drink specials all night long.
$5 cover charge for all PPV fights. 21+ event.
Hotel Irvine is tapping into everything you love for Oktoberfest. Grab your personalized tasting glass, and “Prost!” (cheers) to an afternoon filled with seasonal craft beers from breweries near and far, a sausage eating contest, live music, games and activities for all ages, raffle prizes—and most importantly German-inspired cuisine.
Featured breweries include:
Ballast Point | Stella Artois | Karl Strauss | North Coast | Allagash | Stone | Unibroue
Where's the best place to watch UFC fights in the OC? Red Bar and Lounge, no contest. Watch all of the action during the two title fight matchup on our big screen while you enjoy food and drink specials all night long.
$5 cover charge for all PPV fights. 21+ event.
Score the best seats in the house at Red Bar and Lounge every NFL Sunday. You’ll never miss a play on our massive 10-foot TV with split-screen technology—where you can watch up to six games at once—plus track all of the action on NFL Red Zone. We’re serving up a menu of game day favorites along with $4 bottled beers, $8 bottomless mimosas and a $14 build-your-own bloody mary bar.
Sundays starting at 10 a.m. beginning September 10. Pricing excludes tax and gratuities.
Our Sunday Brunch is packed with so much flavor, we had to add another day. EATS Kitchen & Bar now serves brunch on both Saturday and Sunday mornings, complete with classic breakfast favorites and contemporary twists. Add even more flavor to your weekend with $8 bottomless mimosas or $14 build-your-own bloody Marys.
Whisky lovers rejoice! This summer, wer're turning our outdoor patio into the Macallan Whisky Lounge where you can sample three different vintage single-malt Macallans paired with your choice of a cigar from our selection. Kick up your feet, take in the warm summer breeze and settle in for the afternoon or evening.
$35 per person, excluding tax and gratuity.
Getting over the mid-week hump just got a little more refreshing. Every Wednesday at Red Bar and Lounge, you can drop by from 7 p.m. to close and order up a craft beer for just $5.
Every Wednesday, Hotel Irvine is bringing seasonal produce and artisan products to our Farmers Market at Marketplace. Skip the grocery store, and shop local as you stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade jams, chocolate indulgences, gifts and more.
We’re doubling down on deliciousness. Every Tuesday, you can try our featured $2 tacos at two different restaurants: EATS Kitchen & Bar and Red Bar and Lounge. And if you think that sounds good, just wait until you pair them with our fresh $5 margaritas.
During Happy Hour at Red Bar and Lounge, you’ll get 50% off prices—but you’ll have 100% of a great time. Every day from 3-7 p.m., select food and drinks are half off. Stop in to catch up with old friends, meet a date, or just hang out after work.
Your evening can always use a little more happy. Stop by EATS Kitchen & Bar any day of the week from 5 - 7 p.m. for $2 bites, $3 draft beers, $4 craft cocktails and $5 wines. No matter which day you visit, fun is always on the menu.
Bar seating only. No reservations.
Get your slurp on at EATS Kitchen & Bar every Wednesday and Saturday, where we’ve got fresh oysters for just $1 all night long. Choose your favorites then top ‘em off with bloody Mary granita, shallot mignonette, cocktail sauce or just Tabasco and lemon.
Minimum 6 per order.
All the action. All the time. Don’t miss a play when it comes to the latest sports action. With a 10‐foot, 9‐panel TV at Red Bar and Lounge, you can watch multiple games at once with our split‐screen technology, and settle in for the day craft beers and small bites.
Why should good things have to come to an end? At Red Bar and Lounge, we keep the party going every Saturday night. Get half off select menu items at our extended happy hour from 10 p.m. – midnight.
What’s better than great taste? Having lots of great tastes! Every Friday at Marketplace, we invite our favorite local vendors to showcase their goods, and you can see—and taste—for yourself.
Give your kitchen a break and bring your family in to Eats Kitchen & Bar for a fresh family fun menu where kids under 12 eat FREE every night during dinner time. We'll even do the dishes for you.
DJ Shy was the first female on-air mixer at the No. 1 Top 40 radio station, 102.7 KIIS-FM in Los Angeles. This Clear Channel station with over 2.6 million listeners each week features Ryan Seacrest as the morning host.
As the headlining DJ for Singapore's famous New Years Eve party at Siloso beach, Shy is used to performing in front of crowds of 20,000 fans at some of the finest clubs in the world, from L.A. to Asia and back. Shy got her start at the world-famous Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood, where she spun at sold-out shows for comics like Norm MacDonald, Damon and Marlon Wayans, George Lopez, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Dane Cook, Dave Chapelle, Roger Dangerfield and others.
DJ Aly B's fascination for beats and electronic music led her to buy her first set of Technics Turntables. Her ear for music made beat matching and slip-cueing come naturally. Growing up in small town Joshua Tree, CA, her curiosity for music at a young age exposed her to many genres. Starting out, she played at house parties yet DJ Aly's unique ability to execute flawless transitions and generate an atmosphere has resulted in her performing at the OC Fairgrounds and Sutra Nightclub, as well as special events for Victoria's Secret, Lexus, and Scion.
With a background in piano and songwriting, Halo specializes in electronic production, infusing pop and R&B vocals to create a unique sound. Launching her artist project in 2014, Halo has released a number of commercial electronic singles, remixes, and mixtapes. Her original single “So Far From Yesterday” has received airplay on LA’s hit radio station, KIIS FM. She also has vocal releases through both Dim Mak and Cr2 Records and reached the top 10 on Beatport on the feature track “Seasons” by PeaceTreaty.
Halo has received airplay and was mentioned on Tiesto’s Clublife podcast. Some of her remixes and live mixes have been released through Clubkillers – the itunes podcast and website hosted by KIIS FM DJ Alex Dreamz.
Los Angeles-based Shammy Dee is a rising talent in the entertainment scene. A multi-faceted artist, you’ve seen him on the turntables, on television, or on the stage giving you an experience to remember.
He’s DJ’ed for some of the world’s top brands such as Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, Dior, Adidas, and Burberry to name a few, as well as recognized celebrities such as Mary J. Blige, the Kardashians, and Michael Buble. On top of touring the nation multiple times as a touring DJ, Shammy has also shared the stage with GRAMMY award-winning artists like Kendrick Lamar and Diplo.
Born in Montreal but DJ to the Stars in LA, DJ SynCity has headlined all over the globe. She's been featured on MTV, BET and the first DJ ever to tour with NASCAR and showcases musical strengths that helm from a mix of Top 40, Indie, Pop, Electro House, Disco, New Wave, Rock, Soul and Hip Hop.
DJ Shannon is a Los Angeles-based DJ, VJ, Composer, Producer, Dancer, and choreographer originally from Austin, Texas. Her style is open format, but also enjoys playing eclectic music, Balearic house, chill out, electronica, indie dance, neo-soul, funk, nu-disco, house, classic rock, and old school hip-hop. She loves giving Top 40 a new outlook by mixing remixes and mash-ups so the sound is familiar, but giving it a fresh take.