Newport Beach Alano Club 414 32nd St, Newport Beach, CA92663 Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in 1935 by Dr. Bob Smith of Akron, as a recovery process and club for alcoholics.…More Today, it claims more than 2 million members worldwide. The Newport Beach Alano(ALcoholics ANOnymous) Club opened in 1982 for Newport Beach residents to go to weekly meetings. Membership is not required to attend any of the 60 weekly 12-step meetings. But as it's a nonprofit 501C-3 Corporation, dues are $15 a month or $150 a year for those who intend to make regular visits.
Intersect Beverage 9227 Residencia, Newport Beach, CA92660 Intersect Beverage has had a major effect on the alcoholic beverage industry. It imports premium tequilas from Mexico,…More and the blends it has chosen are winning awards left and right.
Barolo Pizzeria Da Amici 220 Marine Ave, Newport Beach, CA92662 One of the newer restaurants in the Balboa Island shopping district, Barolo Pizzeria Da Amici serves an array of Italian…More dishes such as quattro formaggi and salsicce and funghi, along with panini sandwiches and caesar and traditional green salads. Marine Avenue shoppers enjoy stopping in for a slice to go. Alcohol is not served at this restaurant.
Yi Dynasty Korean BBQ 1701 Corinthian Way, Newport Beach, CA92660 Yi Dynasty is a Korean BBQ restaurant serving authentic Korean Food and alcohol. It has been in business since 1990, but…More at this Newport location since 2000. The food is cooked with real charcoal on gas BBQs that are built into the tables. Daily lunch specials are available.
LabWest 307 Placentia Ave, Newport Beach, CA92663 LabWest is a medical testing laboratory. Its services include blood-alcohol and allergen testing, amniotic fluid…More analysis, chromosome analysis for leukemia, blood cultures, hepatitis tests and many others. The company’s website features a comprehensive list of LabWest’s reporting, testing and pathology services.
Sober Living by the Sea 2811 Villa Way, Newport Beach, CA92663 Sober Living by the Sea is an in-patient drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation and treatment center. The center…More provides intervention, detox, residential care, single-sex living facilities, long term recovery facilities dual diagnosies care and rehabilitation for eating disorders. The facility also provides Christian-inspired programs, family support programs, a transitional work program and a college program.
Hoag Chemical Dependency Recovery Center 1 Hoag Dr, Newport Beach, CA92663 Hoag Chemical Dependency Recovery Center is a clinic serving Newport Beach and the surrounding areas.…More It specializes in drug and alcohol addiction education and recovery.
Bal Harbor Liquor 510 E Balboa Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92661 Bal Harbor Liquor store sells a wide variety of alcoholic beverages and goods. The store carries a full range of hard…More liquors and liqueurs, from plastic bottles to glass bottles on display in locked cases. Choose from a wide variety of imported and domestic beers, by the bottle or by the case. An entire aisle of the small store is dedicated to wines from around the world. Lotto tickets, cigarettes, lighters and other miscellaneous goods can be found near the checkout register.
Caffe Panini 2333 E. Coast Highway, Corona del Mar, CA92625 Cafe Panini features classic Mediterranean dishes in a distinctly American portion size. Family owned since 1995,…More the business has become a Corona del Mar staple. The restaurant is consistently packed and seems popular. The wine and beer selections are limited, but the food quality far makes up for this small oversight. The restaurant has limited outdoor seating under great heat lamps. Alcohol is not served outdoors.
Grant Howald Park 3000 Fifth Ave., Corona del Mar, CA92625 Grant Howald Park is a place in town frequented at nights and on the weekends by community members participating in…More sporting events and athletic activities. During the day, people go to Grand Howald Park to take a jog and walk their dogs. The park's amenities include a community center, multi-use field, basketball court, playground, picnic tables, water fountains, restrooms and tennis courts. Group reservations are required within five days of the event and bounce houses are allowed with a permit. Alcohol and loud music are not allowed at the park.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church of Newport Beach 600 Saint Andrews Rd, Newport Beach, CA92663 This local Presbyterian church was established in 1982 and was named after the values addressed in the Gospel of…More Andrew. Rev. Dr. Richard Kannwischer currently leads the church, which focuses primarily on missions and helping to fund smaller Presbyterian churches statewide. The church offers a pre-school program, Sunday school and a variety of youth groups. It offers a number of weekly support groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous, mental illness and divorce recovery.