Triangle Square in Costa Mesa has revitalized entertainment – Orange County Register

Always a place to eat, Triangle Square comes out of the pandemic by restarting some of its entertainment.

Although the Keys on Main dueling piano bar finally closed in March, Tavern + Bowl reopened for the first time since last year and Cafe Sevilla, which debuted just before the pandemic, is finally getting the chance to showcase its live flamenco shows .

“It’s part of our menu. You have a glass of sangria, you have a tapa, and you have the guitarist. It’s almost like if you don’t have one, you’re missing the salt in your recipe, ”Anne Van den Haute told the register when the restaurant opened in March 2020.

  • Tavern + Bowl reopened for the first time since last year, serving American classics and new favorites like BBQ Pulled Pork Mac ‘n’ Cheese. (Courtesy Tavern + Bowl)

  • Cafe Sevilla, which debuted just before the pandemic, is finally getting the opportunity to showcase its live flamenco shows. Seen here, Paella Valenciana. (Courtesy Café Sevilla)

  • Tavern + Bowl reopened for the first time since last year, serving American classics and new favorites like BBQ Pulled Pork Mac ‘n’ Cheese. (Courtesy Tavern + Bowl)

  • Cafe Sevilla, which debuted just before the pandemic, finally has the opportunity to showcase its live flamenco shows. (Courtesy Cafe Sevilla)

  • Cafe Sevilla, which debuted just before the pandemic, finally has the opportunity to showcase its live flamenco shows. The inner dining room can be used for private celebrations in the new Sevilla Restaurant and in the Tapas Bar on Triangle Square in Costa Mesa. The centerpiece of this room is a large painting of a female matadora, framed by used saffron cans. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register / SCNG)

Van den Haute, co-owner with her husband, Belgian born Eric Van den Haute, grew up in Nimes, France. She often went on vacation to Spain with her family, where she fell in love with the entertainment. “For us, it’s not just about the food, it’s not just about the music, it’s not just about the furnishings. It really is the whole recipe. … If you don’t have the right mix of all the ingredients, the experience is not the same. “

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Cafe Sevilla also has locations in San Diego and Long Beach and the Spanish cuisine fits the show: a three-course meal – Jamón Serrano Ensalada Sevillana, Paella Valenciana, lemon tart and a glass of Cava Sangria – are included in the two-part flamenco dance performance for 89 , $ 50 per person. (The price does not include taxes, 4% surcharge and 18% tip.) A tapas menu, wine, cocktails and other extras can also be purchased à la carte.

The restaurant has a large terrace for al fresco dining as well as indoor dining with limited capacity, and conducts wellness and temperature checks on each employee prior to the shift. The employees wear masks and offer a “Up and Go” contactless mobile payment option.

Reservations are not required at Tavern + Bowl. Before or after dinner, you can bowl one of 10 lanes with an advanced system that allows you to post your score on social media websites right from the console.

There are 26 big screen TVs and a menu of American classics and new favorites, including Tavern Burger Sliders and the BBQ Pulled Pork Mac ‘n’ Cheese. There are also 40 beers on tap and a selection of craft cocktails.

When you go

Cafe Seville: Flamenco shows are presented every Saturday. Doors open at 6:00 a.m. and assigned seating starts at 6:30 p.m. Tickets must be purchased in advance, called or visited on the website. Children under the age of 10 are not allowed in the shows. 1870 Harbor Blvd., Costa Mesa, 949-688-1555, cafesevilla.com.

Tavern + bowl: No reservations required for food and bowling. Open: Thursday from 4pm to 10pm; Friday to Saturday 4pm to midnight; Sunday 4 p.m. to 4 p.m. 1875 Newport Blvd., 949-438-2320, tavernbowl.com.

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