The BEST things to do in Orange County: a local’s guide

We’ve lived in South Orange County for more than nine years now, and I lived in North Orange County for about a year and a half 15 years ago, and I LOVE IT HERE. We love it here. There’s so many beautiful places to go, fun things to do, AMAZING food, and hello – THE BEACH!

It seems like every time I have a good friend or family member coming into town, they hit us up for our recommendations on favorite places to eat, or where to stay, or what the best beaches are and I end up sending them a text that would rival War and Peace in length!

SO today I’m sharing my local’s guide to what to do in Orange County, including some of our favorite things to do other than the beach, yummiest food, best places to stay, and of course, a treasure map to the best beaches.

Best things to do in Orange County,

When to come to Orange County:

I’ll just get this out of the way and say come see us in Orange County anytime EXCEPT May or June. I always feel so bad when we get visitors at that time! There’s this icky thing here in Southern California called “Gray May” and “June Gloom” and it’s typically just chilly, foggy, and the sun doesn’t come out usually until at least noon or later in the day. It’s like summer hibernates for those couple of months.

But come Fourth of July, BAM – summer’s always here in full force, and it sticks around through October and sometimes well into November.

Best things to do in Orange County,

Best places to stay in Orange County

​Now that we’ve been here almost eight years, we’ve done a fair amount of little staycations to celebrate a birthday, or I’ve treated my team to a night away, or I’ve hosted girlfriends who’ve come into town for a night ON the beach before we stay at my house, etc. It’s been a fun way to gradually try out a lot of the nicer hotels in this area and I can now pretty confidently give my favorite recommendations!


MONTAGE: If you’re looking for the convenience of the beach and the pool within just a few steps, then the Montage is my favorite 5-star option! Incredible pool and beach, the rooms are super nice and after staying here a handful of times for little local overnights with Neil and a girlfriend getaway, I have to say this is our favorite 5-star hotel in all of Orange County. You just cannot beat their pool and then just a few quick steps down to the sand and waves. The grounds are stunning and we often come down here for a Sunday walk, just to enjoy the incredible scenery. 

Montage Laguna Beach - one of the best places to stay in Orange County

PELICAN HILL RESORT: We absolutely love the Pelican Hill Resort. The property is so beautiful and the rooms feel like a home away from home, with little fireplaces and a gorgeous view of Newport Coast. The pool is incredibly beautiful and they’ll shuttle you down to the beach at Crystal Cove which, in my opinion, is THE most beautiful beach in all of Orange County. The food here is exceptional too! I had a poke bowl by the pool on my birthday one year and I think it was the best poke bowl I’ve ever had.

Pelican Hill Resort - one of the best places to stay in Orange County

MONARCH BEACH RESORT: They just switched recently to a Waldorf Astoria resort, and it’s absolutely beautiful inside and out. They also have a Drybar! We’ve done quite a few staycations here and loved them.

monarch beach resort orange county


SURF AND SAND: As long as you don’t come during a heat wave (usually July – Oct), then Surf and Sand is a super fun place to stay! I mentioned avoiding the heat wave here because they don’t have AC, so it can get pretty stuffy at night. But the whole entire resort is outdoors (even the hallways of the hotel!) and you can sleep with your windows open and listen to the waves crash all night. Ahhhh.

surf and sand resort orange county

PACIFIC EDGE HOTEL: If you’re looking for a budget find that’s still oceanfront, Pacific Edge Hotel is my recommendation! I’ve stayed here before and while it’s no four seasons, it’s as close to the ocean as you’ll get at any hotel in Orange County! Bonus: I love the restaurant that’s on property called Driftwood Kitchen.

Pacific Edge Hotel - one of the best places to stay in Orange County

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT ANAHEIM: If you’re looking for somewhere to stay when you go to Disneyland, this is our #1 recommendation! They have an amazing waterpark, they’re literally right across the street from Disneyland so you can not only walk to the parks in like 5 min, but you can also watch the fireworks from your room if you book a “resort view!” We loved staying here recently because ONE room fit all of us (since Harry’s in a crib still) and our girls shared the bunk room.

courtyard by marriott Anaheim disneyland hotel

CRYSTAL COVE BEACH COTTAGE: If you’re lucky enough to snag a spot at ​Crystal Cove Beach Cottages, they’re extremely iconic, picturesque and inexpensive!! The spots get filled up in seconds each month when they open up for booking though, so you have to really plan ahead.

inexpensive Orange County place to stay pacific edge hotel

Where to eat in Orange County

There’s honestly an ​endless amount of delicious places to eat in Orange County, from the fanciest of fancy to so casual that everyone is going to be in flip flops! Most of the places on my list are in South Orange County (referred to by locals as “South County”) because that’s where we live and spend most of our time.

If you want even more restaurant reviews from a source I totally trust, go to Female Foodie’s Orange County archives cause she has recs all up and down Orange County. But as for the places we love and recommend, here are our very very favorite restaurants to go to as a family, on date night, or to take out of towners to in Orange County.

Baja Fish Tacos

Another family favorite that everyone requests when they come to town is Baja Fish Tacos. This is an amazing fast casual place with fish tacos that will blow your mind! I actually love their shrimp tacos even more. And their rice…I don’t know WHAT they put in that rice but it is heavenly. My order: shrimp bowl, bravo style. It’s an off-the-menu secret that a friend told me about when she brought me dinner after I had Millie, but it’s basically on a bed of cabbage with cojito cheese and some type of secret sauce and I haven’t ordered anything since!
$, Costa Mesa, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Long Beach, Mission Viejo, Norco, Orange, Santa Ana

Baja Fish Tacos - our favorite place for shrimp or fish tacos in Orange County


A really fun, family friendly place to take visitors or go with a big group is BJ’s! They have really yummy deep dish pizzas, salads, pastas, and they’re famous for their pizookes (a warm cookie with ice cream on top). YUM. A chain that you can find in most beach cities in Southern California.
$$, 27 locations in Southern CA

Eat Chow

​Eat Chow was my #1 crave during my pregnancy with Millie. Everything there is good but their cheesy tots (yes, tater tots!!) will change your LIFE.
$$, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach, Santa Ana

Eat Chow California tater tots

Riders Club Burgers

One of the best burgers ever is from ​Riders Club Burgers. Neil LOVES this place. Every time we eat here I half expect Guy Fieri to show up with a camera crew because it’s right up his alley.
$, San Clemente

riders club burgers orange county

Bagel Shack

An iconic San Clemente or San Juan Capistrano spot that’s always a crowd pleaser is Bagel Shack. We love their bagel sandwiches!! My order is the hot ham and swiss on a cheddar bagel, or in the morning I like the Old Man’s. If you’re an avocado lover you will too!
$, San Juan Capistrano, Lake Forest, San Clemente

bagel shack san clemente
the bagel shack - best breakfast in orange county

Bear Flag Fish Newport Beach

Bear Flag Fish Newport Beach has super yummy fresh fish tacos! A fun, fast casual spot that’s family friendly.
$, Newport Beach (Crystal Cove), Newport Beach (Lido Village), Huntington Beach

Ramos House Cafe

Ramos House Cafe is probably my favorite breakfast spot in all of Orange County. The food is insane and changes seasonally. Such a perfect spot for adults for breakfast or lunch. They are closed on Wednesdays, and they don’t love little kids or laptops so it’s not a very family friendly restaurant or a place to go hang out and hook up to wifi for a business lunch. Go for amazing food and good conversation.

Their menu rotates seasonally, so it’s a little different every time I go. My faves are the biscuits, the beignets, and the blueberry pain perdu with lemon curd. YUM.
$$, San Juan Capistrano

where to eat in orange county - breakfast


Our favorite Mexican food in Orange County is from Javier’s!! I like going to the Crystal Cove location because the views in that area are so picturesque, oh and once I met all of the Real Housewives of Orange County here while they were filming haha. If you happen to be at the Irvine Spectrum Mall, the food is just as good at that location, and if you’re ever delayed or waiting around in the John Wayne (OC) airport, the Javi’s there is also excellent!
$$ Newport Beach, Irvine

El Adobe (Richard Nixon’s fave)

This little Mexican joint is GOOD solid food, there’s typically not a wait even on the weekend, but it’s a nice little sit-down date night spot! Fun fact: this was one of Richard Nixon’s favorite restaurants and they even have a dish named after him “The President’s Choice” (pictured on the left). Neil loves ordering that, and I usually go for the fajitas or carnitas. This isn’t necessarily the best food I’ve ever eaten, but it’s always a good solid 8/10.
$$ San Juan Capistrano

R&D Kitchen

This little gem is inside the Fashion Island Mall and they have the best fried chicken sandwich I’ve ever had in my life! They also have super yummy salads. A great spot for girls lunch.
$$, Newport Beach

Mama D’s

Mama D’s is the BEST Italian food in Orange County, hands down. They’re extremely family friendly (everything from crayons and coloring at the beginning to warm mini chocolate chip cookies served at the end, and endless bread for starving kiddos while they wait for food!), their service is top-notch, and that pink sauce. I could take a bath in that…it’s so good!!! I had Neil bring this to me in the hospital when I had Millie, and we door-dashed it again to HOAG hospital when I had Harry, I love it so much 🙂 Don’t sleep on the pink sauce!!
$$, Newport Beach

mama D's italian food

The Rusty Pelican

If you’re saying to yourself, “we’re next to the ocean, we SHOULD eat some good seafood while we’re here…” then I recommend ​The Rusty Pelican. It’s a nicer spot, but perfect for a birthday dinner or something where you want to treat yourself to really REALLY good fish!
$$$, Newport Beach

Rose Bakery Cafe

We’ve kind of made it a weekly habit to hit up Rose Bakery Cafe on our way home from the temple every week now. It’s right on PCH and they have SUPER yummy breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, smoothies, donuts, all the quick and easy breakfast things your heart could ever want. They have a nice little outdoor patio to sit down and eat your brekkie too. Family friendly too.
$, Corona Del Mar

rose bakery cafe - breakfast southern california


If you need somewhere nice and fancy to dine, Mastro’s is my recommendation! I’ve only eaten here twice, for an anniversary and for Neil’s birthday, but it’s amazing quality food and their butter cake is the talk of the town around here.
$$$$, Costa Mesa, Newport Beach

Fable & Spirit

Fable & Spirit is a brand new fave spot but WOW it is good. It’s Michelin-rated and absolutely lives up to the hype. I mean everything was lick-the-plate delicious. Fun place to take a group and eat family-style, because you know, when the food’s that good, it’s sad to only try one dish!
$$$, Newport Beach

fable & spirit dinner spots newport beach


Speaking of butter cake, Nick’s make a mean butter cake too, and all of their food is super good. This is one of mine and Neil’s favorite date spots, but you do have to either make a reservation or get here EARLY (at both the San Clemente or Laguna locations) because the waits on the weekends especially are 2-2.5 hours after about 5:30 p.m. Their sister restaurant, South of Nick’s, is also really yummy but usually equally as busy.
$$$, Laguna Beach, San Clemente

ARC Restaurants

The sister-restaurants of ARC Food & Libations in Costa Mesa and ARC Butcher & Baker in Newport Beach are BOTH excellent! I like the Newport location a tiny bit better, but also this was the best wedge salad I ever ate, and it was at the Costa Mesa restaurant. So what I’m saying is, you really can’t go wrong with either. Definitely more of a grown-up spot than a kid-friendly joint!
$$$, Costa Mesa & Newport Beach

ARC food & libations costa mesa restaurants


Our new go-to for sushi is Muse. It’s ALWAYS good. Busy on the weekends! Get there early, or (pro tip!) go on a Thursday night.
$$, San Clemente

best sushi in orange county california

Yamame Sushi

It’s a little farther for us so we don’t go regularly, but Yamame Sushi in Rancho Santa Margarita is DELICIOUS!! If you’re in the RSM area, and you like sushi, it’s a MUST.
$$$, Rancho Santa Margarita

southern california sushi

Bottega Angelina

Newest crave-worthy restaurant in town: Bottega Angelina! I dream about their prosciutto pizza. And my kids love the kids spaghetti and meatballs. And the margherita is delicious. So is the cappricioso. YUM.
$$, Laguna Niguel

italian food in southern california


Beachcomber is SUPER delicious and in extremely high demand! They do take reservations, but if you want to eat there for breakfast (especially during the summer or spring break) go EARLY. On a Saturday in the summer the wait can get up to 2+ hours for breakfast and they stop serving breakfast at 11 (I think?!) and they’re pretty strict about that, but the good news is, lunch is delicious too and there’s a beach right there for kids to play on if you have to wait.

It’s the most beautiful setting where you’re sitting as close to the waves as possible, AND you’re eating incredible food? WIN-WIN.
$$, Newport Beach

Best beachfront breakfast in Orange County The Beachcomber in Crystal Cove Maestro's

Dessert spots in Orange County

South Swell Ice Cream

​South Swell Ice Cream is a fun place to grab dessert after dinner in San Clemente! Everything is very Instagrammable and so SO good. If you’re trying to eat a little more healthy, this is a fun dessert spot because you can get a frozen banana instead of the ice cream bar.
$, San Clemente

South Swell ice cream orange county san celmente

Sprinkles Ice Cream

Sprinkles Ice Cream is one of my fave ice cream spots! Their flavors are always extra yummy and they change all the time.
$, Newport Beach

Handel’s Ice Cream

Handel’s Ice Cream has been in business for a LONG time, but people I know had been driving down to San Diego for Handel’s ice cream for years and years, and they’re finally in Orange County as of last year! Every time I go into this place it’s packed, but the line moves fast! Super delicious, fun ice cream flavors here like my current fave – Graham Central Station. Pro tip: you can get the 4-scoop sampler for $5 and try 4 flavors!!
$, Laguna Niguel

Salt & Straw

It’s in Downtown Disney, but my very favorite ice cream in all of Orange County (and maybe that I’ve ever had in my life!) is Salt & Straw. My go-tos are Gooey Brownie and Salted Caramel.
$$, Anaheim

salt and straw downtown disney

Sidecar Doughnuts

If you’re a doughnut connoisseur, you MUST go to Sidecar Doughnuts. All of their doughnuts are to die for, but I always get whatever’s most fresh, and sample it on the way back to my car.
$, Costa Mesa

Best donuts in all of Orange County - sidecar donuts

Balboa Frozen Banana Stand

Balboa Frozen Banana Stand is a super fun place to take your kids to get a treat, or go after dinner on date night! There are a few right on Balboa Island and I think they’re all kinda the same 🙂
$, Balboa Island (Newport Beach)

The banana stand on Balboa Island newport

Healthy food options in Orange County

Banzai Bowl

The very best acai bowls I’ve ever eaten, hands down are from Banzai Bowl. A few locations in Orange County and one in Oahu Hawaii – if that tells you anything! My mom ALWAYS wants to go here first when she’s in town 🙂
$, Laguna Beach, San Clemente, Costa Mesa

Best acai bowl in Orange County - banzai bowl

Active Culture

If you love HEALTHY food, Active Culture is a must! Active culture’s OG bowl and “not your mama’s nachos” are some of my favorite things to order, oh and their coconut shake. But everything’s good!!
$, San Clemente, Laguna Beach

yummy vegan food in Orange County - active culture

Pressed Juicery

Pressed Juicery is another mega healthy spot that to be honest isn’t my very favorite, BUT that’s because if I’m gonna have a treat, I want it to be a TREAT. Most of my friends are obsessed with this place! They’re known for their fro-yo and hot fudge that are sweetened with dates.
$, Tustin, Newport Beach, Newport Coast, Irvine, Laguna Niguel

pressed juicery for date-sweetened frozen yogurt that tastes like chocolate

What to do in Orange County

Usually people who are headed to California are there for Disneyland (more on that in a min!) or the beach (more on this later too!). But there’s SO MUCH to do in Orange County! So here are some of our favorite things to do as a family in Orange County.

things to do in orange county

Drive down PCH

This might seem like a no-brainer but a drive down PCH is FREE and beautiful and if you have just a little extra time to get from point A to point B, take the scenic route.

ZOOMARS Petting Zoo San Juan

Our kids absolutely love ZOOMARS Petting Zoo San Juan! It’s so cute and fun and they have small animals for petting, feeding, and even offer pony rides.

Zoomars - fun petting zoo for kids in Orange County
Zoomars - fun petting zoo for kids in Orange County things to do

Pretend City

Pretend City is a fun option if you get rained out of a beach day and have antsy toddlers or young kids!

Big Air

Our kids love getting their wiggles out at Big Air too! It gets busy on rainy days, but it’s a fun place to get some energy out. Also if you’re a local, it’s our fave place to host a bday party. They do everything for you and the price even includes pizza and drinks for the kids at the end. WIN.

Cinepolis Luxury Movie Theaters

If you’ve never been to a luxury movie theater but you’ve always wanted to, now’s the time! Cinepolis has fully reclining gigantic plush la-z-boy type seats, and you press a little button and they come to your seat, take your order, and bring you your popcorn, drinks, candy, or whatever food you want right to your lap. Need a free refill of popcorn or soda? Press the button again, and they’re back to top you off. And while most theaters in the area are $13-15, Cinepolis is $19.50 per adult ticket and $17.50 for kids or seniors over 60, so it is a little more, but not too much more!

reclining seats movie theater laguna

Pageant of the Masters

Last summer we finally went to Pageant of the Masters and I was BLOWN AWAY by how much I absolutely loved it. It’s basically art that’s depicted by real life people. It will boggle your mind how this is even real, the “paintings” look so much like a real painting, not like real people posing in these paintings, or as statues! Sounds weird but it’s CRAZY good entertainment. If you’re into theater (and even if you’re not!) it’s one of the best productions in this area. Tickets range from $15-240. You really do want to sit as close as possible to fully enjoy it!

pageant of the masters california

Sergerstrom Arts Center

Segerstrom Arts Center is a super nice venue for things like traveling Broadway musicals and concerts. They hosted Hamilton a couple of years ago, and I saw the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square there one summer and it was incredible!! I took my girls recently to see the traveling broadway cast of Wicked and WOW. Truly amazing. My favorite Elpheba I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen Wicked at least a half dozen times!

sergerstrom arts center california


Yes, I know, Disneyland is OBVIOUS but I had to mention it! We are total disnerds and LOVE Disneyland!! You can read my 2022 guide to Disneyland, Season pass holder insider tips here on on Disneyland with kids, Disneyland date night, Disneyland todder/baby friendly rides, and What to wear to Disneyland here.

Disneyland - one of the best things to do in Orange County

Angel’s Stadium

If you’re here at the right time and you love baseball, an Angel’s baseball game at Angel Stadium is a really fun night out! The stadium is really easy to get in and out of and has great parking, unlike some of our MLB neighbors a bit north (coughDODGERScough). Close to Disneyland too.

Rent bikes at Newport Pier

Renting bikes at Newport Pier is a favorite pastime for our family! We rented bikes before everyone had their own, and there’s a very pretty bike path where you can ride all the way down Newport Beach.

Fashion Island Shopping

A BEAUTIFUL outdoor mall with all my favorites is Fashion Island Shopping. It has Nordstrom, Anthropologie, Lululemon, and cute kids clothing like Hanna Andersson and Peek Kids. They have a nice variety of everything from Forever 21 to Chanel at Neiman Marcus, but it’s fun to even just walk around because everything’s so pretty. Great dining options too.

fashion island

Irvine Spectrum Mall

Irvine Spectrum Mall is another fun outdoor mall, with a little more variety as far as high and low end options. Everything from Free People and American Eagle to Sephora and Anthropologie. Their Nordstrom is on the smaller side so it’s not my fave for that reason (go to South Coast Plaza if you’re looking for luxury shops or the biggest Nordstrom in the area!), but it’s a good fun mix of shops and restaurants, and it has a really fun carousel and ferris wheel.

irvine spectrum mall

Rainbow Flip Flop Outlet

Rainbow Flip Flop Outlet is a fun place to go get a souvenir (or take-home gift) that anyone would love, for a great deal!

Back Bay Loop Trail

If you love going on a scenic run or power walk, Back Bay Loop Trail is a beautiful loop that a lot of locals really enjoy.

San Clemente Beach Trail

​San Clemente Beach Trail is the most beautiful beach trail! This is always top of my mom’s to-do list when she comes to visit. It’s 5 miles if you go from the north parking lot all the way to the south parking lot and back. You can walk it, run it, or bike it!

san clemente beach trail

san clemente beach trail

Best beaches in Orange County

There truly are SO many beautiful beaches in Orange County that it’s hard to pick just a few, but these are the ones that I recommend most to people coming in from out of town that are easy to find, easy to park at. Most of these have bathrooms, and are the prettiest and most family-friendly.

ALSO, if you’re headed to the beach with babies or littles, you might like reading our top 10 baby beach tips!

Crystal Cove

Crystal Cove is such a beautiful place for a family walk or down to the beach to watch the sunset. The tide pools are fun too!

crystal cove beach orange county

Little Corona Del Mar

Little Corona Del Mar is ULTRA beautiful, parking during the week is pretty easy, and there are bathrooms!!

little corona del mar

Montage Treasure Island Beach

I think Montage Treasure Island Beach is the prettiest beach you can “go to the beach” for the day. It’s the same beach used by the Montage so it can get crowded in summer months, but it’s breathtakingly picturesque.

Victoria Beach (pirate tower)

Originally built in 1926 by a California senator to access his beachfront home, Victoria Beach is now a hidden gem that people come from far and wide to enjoy! Route to “Victoria Beach,” park in the neighborhood above, and walk straight down to the beach and if you don’t see it right away, keep walking North and you’ll run into it!

victoria beach california
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Here’s a fun reel of us at Victoria Beach!

Calafia State Beach

One of my favorite beaches to tell visitors to go to is Calafia because it’s clean, pretty, easy to find, easy to park at, has bathrooms, and a great little snack shack in the summer!

Baby Beach

If you have babies and toddlers, Baby Beach is a dream! It’s more of a bay so you won’t have to be paranoid of them getting knocked over by a wave. Lots of young moms hang out here in warm months and it can get mega crowded during the summer!

baby beach dana point

Thousand Steps

Thousand Steps is a really beautiful Laguna Beach spot that used to be kind of a “locals only” type of beach but now a lot of tourists find their way down here too. There are LOTS of steps (it feels like a thousand, but it’s actually 200 something) leading down to this beach, but the mild waves and beautiful beach is worth it to me. For sure one of my fave spots.

thousand steps beach california

Newport Beach

If you’ve come in town for Disneyland, and you’ve asked me where you should go to the beach, Newport Beach is probably what I’ve told you! Newport Beach is family-friendly, clean, pretty, and conveniently close to a LOT of good food! Geographically, Newport Beach is a good place to jet to the beach from Anaheim. You can go to Huntington Beach too but the crowd there can be a bit more edgy 🙂 Fair warning: parking can get GNARLY in the summer! For this reason, we usually opt for beaches a little south of Newport.

Salt Creek Beach

Salt Creek Beach is one of our fave spots, not only to come to the beach, but also to just go sit on the enormous lawn on a Sunday afternoon and watch the sunset while the kids run and play. In the summertime, there’s a $1 per person tram that runs up and down if you don’t want to walk with all your kids and gear! Bonus: there’s a super cute mural-painted tunnel on the way down to the beach that’s the perfect photo op.

salt creek beach
salt creek beach

San Clemente Pier Beach

If you’re looking for somewhere to have lunch right on the water, set up a towel and chair and umbrella, AND watch surfers all day, San Clemente Pier Beach is your spot. Public parking, places to grab a bite, and restrooms close by too!

California Dreamin’

I hope this helps you find some fun things to do while you’re in our little corner of paradise!! Have you been to Orange County? Is there anything you’d add to the list? Let me know below!

Corrine Stokoe

Corrine Stokoe is a blogger, podcaster and content creator behind the brand Mint Arrow. She and her husband Neil live in South Orange County with their 5 kids, she runs her blog and business with 7 team members, where they find the best daily deals and share favorite finds in fashion and beauty. They also run a podcast called Mint Arrow Messages. Mint Arrow has been featured in Forbes, Women's Wear Daily, Business Insider, The Wall Street Journal, AdWeek and Allure. Corrine is passionate about sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ as often as she can and teaching others to use social media for good.

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  1. All of my favorite spots! And a few I haven’t been to YET. Thanks for always being the hostess with the mostest and taking me to all of the fun places. Xoxoxo

  2. I love this post! So many good things to see, do, and eat in Orange County!
    Also, another Handel’s just opened in RSM and I haven’t seen it super crowded yet! 🙂

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