A trip to Anaheim isn’t complete without visiting one of the area's top dining destinations—the Anaheim Packing House. What was once home to one of the last remaining citrus packing warehouses in Orange County is now a trendy food hall with dozens of unique vendors. With so many options to choose from, the food hall is a perfect destination for a meal with the family, lunch with friends, and more. Best of all, the Anaheim Packing House is only two miles from Disneyland, so you can grab a bite on the way in or out of the Park.
American Style Cuisine
From grilled cheese to burgers and anything in between, there are plenty of American-style cuisine options to choose from at the Packing House. Whether you’re looking for a classic staple or something with a unique twist, you won’t be disappointed.
One of the Packing House’s most popular vendors is the Black Sheep Grilled Cheese Bar, which offers 10 different styles of grilled cheese. Black Sheep fanatics will all agree that the Garden Goat Sandwich is a must-try. For comfort food options like cheese fries, pork chops, fried chicken, and more, head to Georgia's Soul Food. Seafood fanatics will be more than impressed with Kettlebar, which is known best for its delectable steamed oysters.
For a unique vegan option, Healthy Junk (pictured above) is the way to go. Healthy Junk offers delicious and nutritious items, including wood-fired pizzas, sandwiches, and salads, using only plant-based ingredients.
Vietnamese meets Creole cuisine at 206 BCE Noodles, where you can enjoy traditional items such as pho, or venture out and try something new. The trendy eatery is best known for its Instagram-worthy antigravity noodles, which taste as good as they look.
Create your own dish at Rolling Boil, where you can choose from varying broths, veggies, and protein to create your ideal meal. Experience Mexican cuisine with a fine dining flair at Urbana (pictured above), an award-winning restaurant serving gourmet tacos, hand-crafted cocktails, and fresh ceviches. Craving Indian food? Head over to Adya and dive into flavorful street-food-style Indian food, including Chicken Tikka Masala or Tandoori Chicken.
Crepes, ice-cream, and pastries—oh my! Those with a sweet tooth will feel right at home here. First-time visitors won’t want to miss out on trying the Fruity Pebble crepe from The Crepe Coop, which is just as delicious as it sounds. Pop Bar is another trendy dessert cafe that allows guests to customize their own tasty (and Instagram-worthy) popsicle.
Before you leave, fuel up on caffeine and creative creations from Mini Monster, (pictured above) which offers a variety of boba, coffee, matcha, and milk tea drinks served in a cute mason jar that you can take home with you.
Bars & Drinks
Whether you’re looking for an intimate spot to enjoy a cocktail or a social place to enjoy a glace of wine, we're sure you can find it here. For a true speakeasy experience with world-class cocktails, head to The Blind Rabbit, (pictured above). Before you go, check out their website to find their hidden location, and to learn more about the Blind Rabbit’s rules. The BXCR Wine Bar is another popular watering hole that offers guests a unique and secluded experience. BXCR serves guests wine and classic cocktails in a box-car inspired setting.