Huntington Beach Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Huntington Beach; our list of the best things to see, including Duke's, Hurricanes Bar & Grill and TK Burgers.
  • The best place in Huntington Beach: Duke's


    317 Pacific Coast Highway
    On the beach at the base of the Huntington Beach pier, Duke’s restaurant and Barefoot Bar invites you to enjoy a refreshing taste of the Pacific honoring Duke and Surf City.
  • Hurricanes Bar & Grill

    Hurricanes Bar & Grill

    200 Main St # 201
    Delicious drink options include blended drinks such as their Rum Runners, and the food menu has caribbean cuisine. It's a cool place to be with great "scenery" for the guys, but the service isn't always nice to people in large groups so be aware. [12]
  • TK Burgers

    TK Burgers

    110 Pacific Coast Hwy
    Working our way to 20,000 fans. What do you love about TK?
  • Longboard Restaurant & Pub

    217 Main St
    Good, cold beer and a delicious menu. Their appetizers are tough to beat.
  • Fred's Mexican Cafe

    300 Pacific Coast Hwy
    Great Mexican food & the best Margaritas north of Tijuana. There is no better view of the Huntington Beach pier than Fred's patio. Good prices and a favorite of the locals!
  • Sugar Shack Cafe

    213 1/2 Main St
    A favorite cafe for locals, famous in Huntington Beach for great breakfasts and amazingly low prices.
  • Chronic Tacos

    328 11th Street
    Located a few blocks from downtown, this place offers a full menu of extremely tasty tacos, burritos, and other Mexican cuisine served from behind a counter. Prices for a giant burrito are around $5.50 (includes guacamole, cheese, meat, and a choice of other fillings). Two pool tables are also available for $0.75 per game.
  • Aloha Grill

    221 Main St # F
    This upstairs bar and grill has a luau vibe and friendly staff. This may be the only place you can go where you would be gay not to ask for a rainbow (Rainbow is the name of their world-famous tropical drink). [11]
  • Red Pearl Kitchen

    412 Walnut Ave
    This downtown restaurant is centered around Asian cuisine; Thai, Japanese and Chinese.
  • Killarney's Irish Pub

    209 Main St
    Whether you want a Guinness on tap or delicious Irish cuisine, Killarney's is well-suited to fit your needs.
  • Jan's Health Bar

    501 Main StSte D
    Fresh and healthy soups, sandwiches, salads, smoothies and fruit drinks.
  • Huntington Beach Brewing Company

    201 Main Street Ste E
  • Ruby's

    Huntington Beach Pier
    A great place for family with 50s diner feeling and great hamburgers, hotdogs and milkshakes. It's located at the end of the pier, so it offers lovely views of the Pacific, the Huntington Beach coastline, and (on less smoggy days) Catalina Island.
  • Mama's on 39

    21022 Beach Blvd
    Family Style dining in a casual atmosphere. "Great vibe...great food...great place."
  • Pete's Sunset Grille

    21500 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, USA
    Located inside the Hyatt, Vacationers and locals take advantage of nightly happy hour, 4 - 7 p.m. in the Pete's Bar. Complimentary valet parking available for up to three hours, with a minimum purchase of $25 and proper validation. Enjoy a sunset cocktail!
  • Starbucks

    8891 Atlanta Ave
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • 25 Degrees

    25 Degrees

    412 Walnut Ave
    Not your ordinary burger
  • Chronic Tacos

    Chronic Tacos

    328 11th St
    Welcome to the official Chronic Tacos page.
  • Slater's 50/50 Burgers By Design

    Slater's 50/50 Burgers By Design

    8082 Adams Ave
    Slater’s 50/50® was founded in 2009 in Anaheim Hills, California by Scott Slater, a San Diego State graduate with a passion for gourmet comfort food and craft beer. Teaming up with Executive Chef Brad Lyons, they created the world’s first 50/50 burger – 50 percent ground bacon and 50 percent ground beef – taking the Southern California restaurant scene by storm. In 2011, the second Slater’s 50/50
  • SlapFish - A Modern Seafood Shack

    SlapFish - A Modern Seafood Shack

    19696 beach blvd.
    Ridiculously Fresh. Refreshingly Responsible Seafood.
  • Las Barcas Gourmet Mexican Food

    21032 Beach Blvd
  • Sugar Shack

    Sugar Shack

    213 Main St
  • Avila's El Ranchito

    Avila's El Ranchito

    318 Main St
    It all started back in the kitchen in 1966, when the Avila family came to the United States from Guanajuato, Mexico. Mama brought her delicious family recipes. Today El Ranchito is still family owned, family operated and family loved.
  • Sushi on Fire

    Sushi on Fire

    301 Main St
  • Ruby's Diner

    Ruby's Diner

    1 Main St
  • Cucina Alessa

    Cucina Alessa

    6700 W Coast Hwy
    Newport Beach's Fine Italian Cuisine
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Huntington Beach uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.