Several Orange County restaurants remain open for in-person dining in defiance of Governor Gavin Newsom's order aimed at stopping the rapid spread of coronavirus and preventing an avalanche of patients in hospitals. Restaurants & Eating in Orange County Orange County has many restaurants, including great restaurants and charming outdoor cafes. Nomads Canteen, one of the first restaurants in Orange County to defy closure orders, has formally reopened its doors in San Clemente. Notable artists recognized and undiscovered in an exclusive location in Orange County.
Located in the Hyatt Regency Orange County, diners can enjoy hearty handmade pastas and pizzas baked in an authentic Italian pizza oven. Goldenwest has reopened all of its restaurants across Orange County, producing reliable breakfast and lunch dishes in places like Westminster and Anaheim. Pandor Bakery (all locations) reopens its doors for service with coffee, croissants and a variety of other baked goods throughout Orange County. Merlin's Magic Dinner Theater performs on select weekends and holidays at Rib Trader Restaurant in Orange.
Moreno's has been a staple in the city of Orange for nearly 40 years. It dates back to 1778 as one of the Adobes Yorba and is currently considered one of the most prestigious and respected restaurants and banquets in Orange County. Dozens of Orange County restaurants, including some in Newport Beach and Tustin, have been using Instagram to announce that they are open since the order went into effect across the region earlier this month. Roma D' Italia has served Orange County for more than 60 years, and the original restaurant had only about 34 seats.
Home — Orange County Visitor Information — Fun Things to Do in OC — OC Beaches — Art & Music in Orange County — Shopping & Restaurants in Orange County. Formerly known as Grascio's, this business has been in Brea for more than 30 years and has become a favorite in Orange County. There were a record number of people with COVID-19 hospitalized in Orange County this weekend, an alarming milestone that came days after the county's director of emergency medical services said the system “could collapse due to an overwhelming increase in patient numbers, and ordered all hospitals to they will all cancel elective surgeries. While most restaurants are likely to continue with takeout and delivery, many establishments that have met public health requirements are welcoming customers to their dining rooms across the county.
Starting today, Orange County residents can enjoy dining and shopping in restaurants, as long as certain public health measures are followed.