Anaheim, the city home to the icons of Disneyland, Honda Center, and Angel Stadium, has something else on offer. A one-stop shop for all things food related. Imagine a large warehouse, washed in bright colors, and endless food stalls. Each food stall has their own flavor, providing many opportunities to indulge.

The history of the Anaheim Packing House is one that runs synonymous with Southern California. Once an agricultural area, the house served as Sunkist’s citrus packing house. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2015, this Spanish Colonial style building has been around since 1919. Now it’s a gourmet destination. 

Foodie Guide to Anaheim Packing House

Good to Know
Hours of operation: Opens daily at 9am
Address: 440 S. Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA
Parking: Valet or self park in lot. 

A few of the favorite restaurants:
Adya: Offers a menu with Indian food like tandoori and curries. 
Urbana: Both equally good for drinks like Micheladas, and modern street food.
Sawleaf Cafe: Your spot for anything Vietnamese, like a sizzling bowl of pho. 
Kroft: Home and cozy food, and somewhere you can get poutine!
Georgia’s Restaurant: Grab some pork sliders here. 
Iron Press: The best of both worlds, beer and waffles.
Pandor: A boulangerie with a French-inspired menu.
Black Sheep GCB: Grab a grilled cheese here.
Crepe Coop: Sweet or savory crepes.
BXCR Underground Wine Society: A good spot for a glass of wine. 
ECCO Pizza Shoppe & Yardbar: Italian food, great mixology and the spot to share food. 
The Chippy Fish: Seafood-based restaurant, where I hear the fish & chips are incredible. 

Fun-Inspired Food
I am Shaved Ice: This place is serving up these bizarre but yummy frozen snowballs made with rice puffs!
Popbar: A small batch popsicle company, that includes incredible flavors like blood orange, hazelnut, and plenty dipped in chocolate. 
Mini Monster: The lines are long, but their fun, reusable jar filled to the brim with milk tea and boba, surrounded by cotton candy is magical!

 Surprise Speakeasy:
Blind Rabbit:
Downstairs next to the Japanese restaurant, through the decorate wall, opens up to this incredible speakeasy. 

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