Enjoy an American favorite, BBQ! The Great American BBQ Plate is available for $22 at Ninth Island Pool and includes: Smoked Brisket, Cornbread, Baked Beans, House Pickles and Cider Slaw.
Fourth of July Celebrations in Huntington Beach
This Independence Day, enjoy BBQ by the pool, a front row view of the famous Huntington Beach fireworks show, patriotic cocktails, entertainment and more.
Watch the Huntington Beach fireworks show at a premium reserved firepit. Your firepit reservation includes 6 sparkling waters and your choice of appetizer (Paséa Wings, Hummus Platter or PCH Quesadilla). Book your firepit for $500 by calling the front desk.
Firepit locations are chosen on a first come, first serve basis. Six firepits are available at the Blue Room or Ocean Lawn.
This 4th of July, dine at Tanner's or Treehouse Lounge! Tanner's is available for dinner reservations, with a 2-hour limit beginning at 5 PM. Treehouse Lounge is open to hotel guests only, or all guests with bottle service reservations. Click View Details for Treehouse Lounge bottle service information.
This Fourth of July, Treehouse Lounge is open to hotel guests only, with limited bottle service reservations available for all guests with advanced reservations from 7 PM to close. All bottle service reservations receive a dedicated lounge area with premium fireworks viewing and two bottles of Veuve Clicquot. Reservations start at $2,500, with premium seating available for $3,000. Each reservation accommodates between 10 and 12 guests and includes a food and beverage minimum spend of $2,500 (Veuve Clicquot bottles are not included in the minimum).
Call 714.698.6130 to reserve.
Pacific Coast Highway from Golden West Street to Beach Boulevard is closed from 5 a.m. to approximately 2 p.m. on July 4 with through traffic on Pacific Coast Highway routed as detours at Golden West Street and Beach Boulevard to Garfield Avenue. Downtown Huntington Beach, City Beaches and Main Street can be accessed on Golden West St. at Palm or Orange Ave. Main Street is closed from 5 a.m. until approximately 2 p.m. for the Parade, except for the first two blocks of Main Street, which will be closed until after the fireworks have concluded.
The Pier will be partially closed to the public all day and completely closed at 5 p.m. Pacific Coast Highway is closed again for the fireworks from 7 p.m. until traffic has dispersed after the show. During that time, general traffic coming from Seal Beach will be diverted northbound on Golden West St. and traffic coming from Newport Beach will be diverted up Beach Blvd.
Celebrate the Fourth of July all weekend with the Surf City Dreamin' Parade, Surf City 5K, Pier Plaza Festival, Fireworks and more. Click Learn More for full details.