• Joey Amato

What's New in Costa Mesa, California?

Updated: Feb 1



Chinese New Year – Year of the Ox Exhibit at South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa

(February 10 – 28, 2021)

A custom-built flora display and decorations will transform Jewel Court at South Coast Plaza into a dazzling cultural exhibit filled with auspicious symbols to welcome the New Year. The Ox is the second animal represented in the twelve-year Chinese zodiac cycle and is characterized by hard work, perseverance and strength. The floral constructed Ox centerpiece, built by award-winning Fiesta Floats, will rotate around Jewel Court to greet guests from all directions. During Chinese New Year, many of the boutiques and retailers will offer special discounts and gifts with purchase.




Segerstrom Center for the Arts has announced the Broadway Season for fall 2021

The Broadway Series will include Center premieres of Mean Girls, Tootsie, Pretty Woman: The Musical and Hadestown, plus a glorious new production of My Fair Lady and two bonus options...The Band’s Visit and the Broadway powerhouse, Wicked. Segerstrom Center for the Arts is the premier venue to experience Broadway in Orange County in Southern California. This is one of the top reasons local and visitors come to Costa Mesa.




Café Sevilla

Debuting a captivating nightlife experience unlike any in the county, Cafe Sevilla invites guests to experience the vibrant after-dinner culture of Spain through late-night dining, dancing, and live music nightly. In addition to its Flamenco dinner shows, guests can look forward to Happy Hour on weeknights and multi-course brunch offerings on the weekends.

The patios offer the ultimate al-fresco dining experience boasting chic cabanas, cozy fire pits, Mediterranean-inspired lighting, and plush heated lounge areas. Family owned, and operating for more than 30 years, Café Sevilla’s authenticity has earned it national acclaim with accolades from Travel Channel, Food Network, and the “Rachael Ray Show.”