Anaheim Packing District
116 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
The restored Packing House is a food hall reminiscent of the great public markets of South America and Europe. These markets serve as a resource for the neighborhood (daily food production) and a community gathering space (restaurants and entertainment).
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It’s a glorified food court that is worth checking out when you are in town. Especially if you can’t decide where you want to eat at, this place gives you a plethora of selections at every direction. If you don’t mind the crowds, or the weekend variety shows playing in the middle of this vintage…
Foodies Rejoice! Amazing variety of restaurants & cafes. Ask us for recommendations! There's even a "movie theatre" where you can watch silent movies from by-gone eras.!
The most amazing foodie spot ever. Spend the day at Disney and enjoy the best food experience of your life afterward.
A real Food Hall in the tradition of great Food Halls around the world. Features over 20 one of a kind options for food and drink from morning till night. Check them out at www.packingdistrict.com
It's like a food court, without the mall, and only gourmet food stalls. Alcohol too, but great for families. Parking is a challenge though.
This establishment is close by and a great place to visit for coffee, lunch, or even better ... dinner.
Great place for food and picture taking. Plenty of different food offerings, you could spend all day there just deciding what to eat. Great place for avid instagramers lol
There are so many places to chose from and each restaurant has its unique food and flavor to offer. The Kroft : cheese curds and poutine Sawleaf: spring rolls Black Sheep: pesto, tomatoes and onion grilled cheese The Chippy: fish and chips Popbar: pistachio bar
The Koft has amazing fried chicken sandwiches and fries and PopBar is a must try for desserts, but there is something for everyone in this marketplace eatery. Parking can be challenging so I recommend ubering or using the valet service. Typically busiest at lunch time and weekends.
This place is worth the drive! If you're taking time to visit Disney, make sure to stop by this place afterwards. It's down the street from Disneyland and offers a wide range of casual restaurants. We like to think of it as a modern, hip food court with some of the best food in OC! If you're looking…
What do you want for dinner? I don’t know what to you want? Not sure what you want to eat? head over to the Packing District, a little bit more low key with dining options for most budgets. Parking is free but hard to find on weekends.
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