Orange County, although a part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, is in itself a distinct area with its own lifestyle, amenities, idiosyncrasies and, importantly, its own real estate market with its own characteristics. That is not to say it isn’t influenced by LA and vice versa, but it should be considered independent in its own right.
California is rich in history having been occupied by Native Americans, the Spanish Conquistadors, a Mexican population and until present, by a mix of cultures from all corners of the globe who have chosen to call it home. Bringing these cultures to life and representing their expressions of human creativity is what these museums do best. Find a range of museological celebrations from the history of surfing to California’s prehistoric landscape. With immersive exhibitions and great educational opportunities for both adults and kids, check out our list of the best museums in Orange County below.
Bunch after a weekend’s morning walk is one of modern life’s simple pleasures. A pastime enjoyed by many, so much so that recently urban centres have seen a dramatic rise in demand for it. No longer is brunch solely the age-old hotel debate of continental or buffet breakfast, rather each brunch café or restaurant offers their unique take, separating themselves from the crowd. Sweet treats like waffles or french toast, selective coffees, vegan options and the homage to eggs are all well represented by brunch outlets. In Orange County, the suburban, SoCal lifestyle and the warm sunshine with a hint of Pacific breeze, have made it a hotspot for great brunch options. To find your spot for the weekend ahead, check out our guide below to the best brunch spots in Orange County, California.
Orange County is a tourist hotspot thanks to its theme parks that draw millions of holiday goers every year. The area consists of Anaheim, Santa Ana, Irvine and Huntington Beach to name a few, each with their own distinct atmospheres, communities and attractions. The largely suburban lifestyle of Orange County means there are quaint shopping and eating spaces in and around the urban centres, as well as family-friendly activities along the coastline. Check out our guide to Orange County below.
Over the past decade or so Orange County’s restaurant scene has gone from substantial to excellent. Since the opening of Marché Moderne in 2007, often described as a catalyst for the ensuing revival, Orange County has seen a blossoming of its gastronomic options. Now sporting a wildly diverse dining scene that has matured greatly in recent years, the large suburbia, an extension of the Los Angeles Metropolitan area, has become worthy of recognition in its own right. With a laidback, suburban lifestyle on offer, stunning beaches, a prospering real estate market and a deliciously diverse restaurant scene, what more could you want from Orange County? Check below to find out about the area’s top 10 restaurants.
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