The Olde Ship

Row 1

1120 W 17th St (at N Bristol St)
Santa Ana, CA 92706
(714) 550-6700
Pub, Restaurant
$ $
Mon–Fri, Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • U.S. fans in Orange County would be wise to drop anchor at The Olde Ship which is distinguished by its personality and charm as well as its traditional British flare.
  • Blackthorn all the way!
  • The fish and chips is AMAZING. Wash it down with a few bottles of champagne and, you ready to start your Amy wine house themed night.
  • Voted Best Pub by OC Weekly's Best Of 2011 Readers! Amazing beer selection and equally amazing fish & chips. Click the link to download the Best Of app and view more winners!
  • The clam chowder is excellent!
  • Try the Bowl Of Custard
  • Great place to watch Chelsea
  • The Olde Ship is a traditional British pub and the place to be on Galaxy match nights. They are an official LA Galaxy Game Viewing Venue and pub of MLS!
  • Snake bite black. Ask for it at the bar :)
  • Bacon sarnie, fish and chips, breakfast, great beer selection. Sticky toffee pudding & rhubarb crumble are the best desserts in town.
  • The lunch special Cottage Pie. Not a huge serving... but decent for the price. Oddly you get a bowl just as big with gravy. Maybe use some gravy but ask for HP Sauce to add as well.
  • Prime rib sandwich with horseradish and au jus might be the best thing you'll ever put in your mouth.
  • Order fish&chips, and an ale. You'll be happy you ordered.
  • Sticky toffee pudding will change your life!
  • Just thinking about it makes me hungry and thirsty for some Boddingtons
  • Try the fish and chips, follow them up with rubharb crumble.
  • They have the most amazing bands to play here. If you missed Ray Goren, child blues prodigy, check this video. This kid rocks!
  • Open Mic night every Sunday 8:00-11:00!
  • Check the calendar for Quiz Night and Curry Night. You won't regret it.
  • Try the Beans on Toast! Six pieces of fried toast, arranged three to a side and stacked like the masts of one of the many ships the Olde Ship immortalizes in their menu. Simple but so good!