Local 4th of July Dining and Celebrations

June 30, 2022

Independence Day is just around the corner! Avoid the monotony and work of hosting another 4th of July BBQ with this list of fun and refreshing Independence Day weekend happenings.

Enjoy An Oceanfront Fireworks Display This 4th of July at La Casa del Camino! (Laguna Beach)

Guests can celebrate the 4th of July at the Rooftop Lounge, located atop the historic La Casa del Camino hotel, with specials on drinks and food, plus a coastal firework display visible from the hotel! The Rooftop Lounge gives guests an unparalleled view of the Pacific Ocean and breathtaking California coastline. The local favorite and must-see for visitors and tourists offer a menu of coastal-inspired dishes and hand-crafted cocktails in a charming and inviting setting. Guests can also grab dinner at Comedor, the hotel’s Spanish-inspired tapas restaurant, and enjoy the fireworks display from Heisler Park, right outside the hotel! Guests can also walk down to Main Beach (just a 15-minute walk from the hotel), where they can view the fireworks set off at 9 pm! 

1289 S Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach.

Enjoy a Magical 4th of July at Calaca Mamas Cantina with Churros and Disneyland Fireworks! (Anaheim)

Salute the stars and stripes like never before while celebrating Independence Day at Calaca Mamas Cantina, located across the street from Disneyland’s Harbor entrance. Calaca Mamas Cantina is the new Day of the Dead-themed Mexican restaurant to come to Anaheim! Not only does Calaca Mamas offer a colorful array of handcrafted cocktails and Mexican favorites, but the outdoor patio offers prime viewing of Disneyland’s unparalleled fireworks display just overhead. By making a reservation for the 4th of July, guests can enjoy appetizers, entrees, cocktails and the neighboring Disneyland favorite– Homemade Churro, while enjoying a dazzling array of patriotic fireworks! To learn more about Calaca Mamas and to make a reservation, please visit

1550 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim. 

Get Ready for a July 3rd Tiki Party at The Bamboo Club (Long Beach)

Fourth of July is typically reserved for classic poolside barbecues and fireworks, but the day prior on July 3rd is when Long Beach’s original Tiki bar, The Bamboo Club, will be celebrating with spirited Tiki flare! Starting at 2 pm - 7 pm, Roadblock spin Reggae tunes until Miles Tacket of Funky Sole and Breakestra take over from 8 pm - 2 am. Guests can imbibe classic Tiki drinks like the all-new rum daiquiris and enjoy the Tiki destination’s new-and-improved late-night menu featuring bites like Shishito Peppers tossed in The Bamboo Club’s housemade glaze of vegan unagi, Garlic Noodles, Bamboo Kalua Pork Fries, and more! To view the full food and drink menu, visit or visit @bambooclublb to stay up-to-date on all things The Bamboo Club. 

3522 E Anaheim St, Long Beach.

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