This Week’s O.C. Food News

From Puesto’s new location in Huntington Beach to Sunday brunch at Heritage Barbecue, here is an update to the latest in O.C.’s culinary scene.

Puesto Set to Open in Huntington Beach Late April
Bella Terra Center welcomes the Mexican eatery’s third and largest location. The 7,600-square-foot space will feature elements reflecting the local beach culture. Expect extensive indoor and open-air seating—perfect for taking advantage of spring weather. It will also be an opportunity to try the restaurant’s own line of Mexican beer.

O Sea Comes to Old Town Orange This Summer
Concept creator Mike Flynn and executive chef David Yamaguchi team up to offer a modern take on sustainably sourced seafood cuisine in an approachable yet refined setting. Look out for signature dishes such as Santa Barbara red seaweed salad with citrus vinaigrette, fish ceviche with coconut leche de tigre and habanero oil, and steamed mussels in pho broth.

Mayfield in San Juan Capistrano Expands Hours
Named one of our Best New Restaurants of 2021, the downtown charmer is now open on Tuesdays. For a limited time, you can enjoy Happy Hour specials all day Tuesday.

Heritage Barbecue Launches Sunday Brunch
Head south this weekend and try the central Texas-style barbecue restaurant’s new brunch dishes such as eggs Benedict with brisket, braised greens, and Texas queso and avocado toast made with rosemary garlic sourdough sourced from local bakery FKN Bread. Available for in-person orders only until sold out (Tip: Line up prior to service).

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