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The City of Orange is known to be the antique capital of Southern California. Visitors have a great time checking out displays of more than 100 antique dealers lining the downtown streets of Orange, and they also marvel at the local food served in certain Orange restaurants reminiscent of a bygone era. Dining in these Orange restaurants is a remarkable experience.
From casual to elegant, tourists and locals will fully appreciate the wide range of dishes offered at restaurants in Orange. Common in California restaurants, there are several Orange restaurants serving a healthy mix of grilled American favorites, barbecue, and Southern regional specialties.
There are also restaurants in Orange that serve Mandarin and Shanghai cuisine in a Chinese-style decor setting, or contemporary continental food, and even multi-ethnic menu in a restaurant modeled after an artist's loft in Barcelona where a party is always in progress.
Some Orange restaurants also offer Japanese, French, Italian, Mexican, Vietnamese, and Thai dishes. The City of Orange also has steakhouses, seafood restaurants, cafes serving authentic vegetarian Chinese cuisine, delis and sandwich shops, a brewpub, and several family restaurants.
The more upscale Orange dining is characterized by sumptuous meals at the top of the heights overlooking a sea of lights or at one of the several historic restaurants in the city.
One sports-themed Orange restaurant serves American food and 15 beers on tap. Tourists and locals like to hang out in this popular Orange restaurant due to the amenities that include four big screens, 63 TV monitors, 11 pool tables, and an electronic trivia game.
Handcrafted beers and cask ales are also offered in a restaurant in Orange that features San Francisco's cuisine as well as scale replicas of the Golden Gate Bridge and a Chinese pagoda. This restaurant's menu features foods from famous neighborhoods like Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, and the Mission.
PJ's Abbey, a historical landmark located in the Old Towne Orange Antique District in South Orange Street, is unlike any other California restaurant. This Orange restaurant, which serves American cuisine with live piano music in the background, was originally a Gothic-style Victorian Baptist Church built in 1891. Diners can sit back and relax after a sumptuous meal in the coffee bar of a restaurant that still features the structure's original stained glass windows.
Located in Central Orange County, California, the City of Orange has a land area of 27 square miles and a population of at least 138,000. It is 32 miles southeast of Los Angeles and is predominantly flat with hills surrounding the city to the north and east. The Santa Ana River serves as the western boundary of Orange. The Santiago Creek traverses Orange from northeast to the southwest.
Orange is home to various parks, lakes, a small zoo, and a wildlife sanctuary. Its Old Towne Orange Historic District, a one square-mile area with structures build prior to 1920, is the largest National Register District in California. Non-profit organization Old Towne Preservation Association maintains the district.
There are many structures in Orange with rich architectural styles, including the many wonderful restaurants in Orange.
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