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Fullerton Hot Spots

An August 2006 trip to Fullerton by rickyg16

Quote: Nearly every night with the boys at the local Fullerton hot spots is sure to bring fun times. Lovely ladies and beers make the frequent ocassions even lovelier.

Fullerton Hot Spots


Every Tuesday for the last few weeks me and a group of friends have been heading out to Fullerton to have a few drinks and meet some pretty ladies. So many options are available as to what type of crowd, music, and environment you want. Three-dollar beers at Revolucion can't be beat. Seeing all the drunks though stumbling across the room was so funny, since this night I was the sober designated driver.Quick Tips: I suggest you get there around 9pm if you want to get in to Taco Tuesdays at Rockin Taco Cantina. The line gets huge after 10-10:30pm. Arrive early and enjoy drink and taco specials.Best Way To Get Around: Take a taxi or sober friends because you are headed for a long night ...Read More

Ziings Bistro & Bar

Attraction | "Zings Bistro & Bar"

Thursday nights at Zings is the best day to head out to downtown Fullerton, although Tuesday isn't that bad also. This restaurant converted to bar/club at night is sure to be a fun time, $5 at the door and you are in quickly if you get there before the crowd starts to come in the bunches, which is around 11pm. A nicely dim light place with DJs spinning the best of hip-hop serves as the means to get the crowd pumping. The dance floor is small though and is surrounded by bench seats. For you smokers, there's an outdoor patio for you to mingle and check out the crowds as they arrive.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 28, 2006

Ziings Bistro & Bar
209 North Harbor Boulevard
Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 526-5777

This is the spot where me and my friends generally go, whether it's a Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday. You can't beat $2 bud lights. The crowd is diverse, but leans more to the Hispanic crowd, due to the type of music that is played. As most bars/clubs hip-hop is played, reggaeton, top 40's, and so forth. The dance floor itself is decent in size and is surround by tables where you can sit after dancing your legs away. The bar extends pretty far back where there are more tables and another bar to serve your drinking needs. The bartenders are really cool and treat you well. This is a place not only for singles, but couples as well.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on August 28, 2006

Revolucion Mexican Grill
205 N Harbor Blvd.
Fullerton, California 92832
(714) 871-6861

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