- The Scene
A key aspect of the HOB's popularity has been its ability to capture the irresistible charm and eclectic, down-home look of its Southern roots. This version is no different, with a jambalaya mix of innate artwork and a realistic down-on-the-Delta configuration that's part saloon, playhouse and church. It's a smaller, more intimate version than the L.A. HOB, offering a decent-sized dance floor, numerous full bars, a restaurant serving soul-food classics, an outdoor lounge upstairs and an outdoor patio downstairs. Although the picturesque spot is a treat, the best thing HOB has to offer is its amazing sound system that draws the best in all music genres.
It's behind the Orange curtain and on Disney's land so don't expect the vibe to be as funky and slick as its Sunset Strip sibling. But the crowd should be somewhat hip and stylish in an O.C.-super-casual kind of way.
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