Billy's at the Beach

Newport Beach, CA
Bar & Restaurant
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2751 W. Coast Highway
Newport Beach, CA
Opened in 1993
Mon-Thu 11:30am-midnight
Fri 11:30am-2am
Sat 10am-2am
Sun 10am-midnight
(949) 722-1100

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Billy's at the Beach



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Decor 6.4
Drink Quality 7.6
Drink Selection 5.9
Food Quality 7.6
Food Selection 6.4
Mood 5.6
Music 5.2
Service 6.9
Tikiness 6
Tilt 5.5
Vibe 5.6

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  • rupri
  • Spike
  • KavikaTiki
  • Kona Keoki
  • Kungaloosh
  • Tiki-Kate
  • kawikasurf
  • wayne-tiki-tiki
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forgotten tikiman
forgotten tikiman has visited Billy's at the Beach.
July 22, 2013, 10:50 AM
Paid my visit to Billy's and it was pretty cool. Remodel done by Bamboo Ben is beautiful. As Spike mentioned its got great history and the Tikis by Leroy and the Leetags are awesome.
rupri is a regular at Billy's at the Beach, and is usually there Saturday Nights for live music.
June 12, 2012, 3:01 PM
Lets start off with I absolutely love this place. I'm a big fan of beautiful decor and an ocean view, although there are not to many tikis the general feel of this restaurant is low key and nice. Their website has their menus for both lunch and dinner so you can get a feel for the food which I thought was some of the most delicious pupus, steaks, and seafood orange county has to offer. I am a regular on saturday nights because they have live music and entertainment so even if I'm not going for dinner I will stop in grab a fantastic mai tai that will knock your socks off and listen to the band. Again if you look at their website you will find a list of entertainment so you can plan accordingly if you would like.
Spike is a semi-regular at Billy's at the Beach.
September 30, 2010, 5:09 PM
The cocktails are really what make this place. The decor was done by Oceanic Arts and is more Hawaiiana than tiki. Still very nice though. Two Leroy tikis out front and a Leetag under glass over the bar. Great food. Fairly expensive.