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OC’s Hottest New Spots

Orange County’s has a great couple of months on the food and drink front.  From Cha Cha’s opening up in Irvine to Pandor in Orange there is no shortage of new spots to try out.  We’ve highlighted some of our favorites below.

Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen

A huge thanks to the fit and fab Natalia & Margarita

Address: 13126 Jamboree Rd, Irvine, CA 92602
Phone: (714) 408-7819

  • Great Taco Tuesday deals (Half off tacos and tequilla after 4PM)
  • We’re fans of the Cha Cha fries and the Wild Mushroom Tacos (so much flavor!)


Mr Matcha

Shoutout to the super cool Jojo

Address: 12926 Main St, Garden Grove, CA 92840
Phone: (714) 489-5573

  • Love the interesting ice cream flavors you get here – from Matcha to Black Sesame


Pandor Artisan Boulangerie & Cafe

Address: 106 N Glassell St, Orange, CA 92866
Phone: (714) 489-5573

  • Great new French Bakery
  • The OMG bar is great, but it’s a very sweet
  • Love the pastries and gelato


Dough & Arrow

Huge thanks to our favorite foodies – Celeste And Julian, check out their incredible feed!

Address: 3033 Bristol St, Ste Q, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Phone: (657) 247-4483

  • Incredible cookies!
  • Some fun coffee options
  • Very instagram-worthy spot

Glee Donuts & Burgers

Image Cred to the lovely Karla Valdivieso

Shoutout to the brilliantly creative foodie @jamesvanle

Address: 3024 W Ball Rd, Ste A-B, Anaheim, CA 92804
Phone: (714) 816-5777

  • Love the donuts, donut holes and garlic fries
  • Get the secret sauce with your fries


Featured image courtesy of Dough & Arrow.

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