Posted

August 1, 2016

Anaheim Packing House 

440 S Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805

Anaheim locals and visitors are thrilled over the historic communal gathering place in the heart of downtown, complete with refurbished historic structures and new exciting uses. The Packing District, located at the intersection of Anaheim Blvd and Santa Ana Street, includes the restored Packard Building & former Car Showroom, Farmers Park, the repurposed MAKE Building & former orange marmalade factory and the restored Citrus Packing House, Cooks Chapel a community kitchen private event venue, as well as The Backyard an outdoor event area with a fireplace and orange grove. The Packing House features 25+ artisan eateries with live music on the Mezzanine Stage every weekend!  

One of the few remaining packing houses from the agricultural era for which Orange County is named, the Anaheim Citrus Packing House (the former 1919 Sunkist Packing Plant) is a landmark in both County and City history.       

Full List of Purveyors

 

ADYA (Fresh Indian flavors) - Flavorful street food of India with a wide variety of local, organic, and biodynamic eats.

 

 

Aleppo's Kitchen (coming soon) - A family owned Mediterranean restaurant that specializes in Syrian Food. Aleppo to many is known as the culinary capital of the Middle East for its diverse kitchen. Due to its geographic location, the Mediterranean kitchen is a fusion of the Turkish, Syrian, and Armenian cuisine.

 

Black Sheep (Grilled Cheese Bar) A huge selection of unique cheeses topped with your choice of bacon, fresh tomatoes, meats and more, it’s the only thing that comes close to mom’s grilled cheese.

 

 

 

The Blind Rabbit (Speakeasy and Craft Cocktails) - The secret bar behind the bookshelf, The Blind Rabbit is a dark speakeasy with quality food and handcrafted cocktails.

 

BXCR The Underground Wine Society (Wine Bar) - Showcasing some of the finest wines in SoCal put together with a 1920's vintage railroad boxcar setting, BXCR is the perfect hideaway for a weekend night.

 

 

 

Chippy Fish and Grill The Chippy Fish & Grill (Fish & Chips) - Offering only the highest quality ingredients and prides itself for fresh, made to order foods. Their large, top quality cuts of fresh fish are dipped in a special ingredient batter and served up crisp, golden brown covering piping hot. Lemon, malt vinegar and homemade tartar sauce will surely leave your taste buds smiling! 

 

Crepe Coop (Dessert and Savory Crepes, Coffee, Tea) - Warm crapes served with anything your heart desires from vanilla bean gelato to fruity pebbles and Nutella the Creep Coop is the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner or anything in between.

 

 

 

 

ECCO (Neopolitan Wood Fired Pizza) - Like visiting a Naples pizzeria or your favorite local tavern, Ecco is your stop to grab a quick yet delicious slice of pizza.

 

 

 

Georgia’s (Soul-delicious Cuisine) -If you're looking for REAL southern cooked home -style grub, Georgia's has everything you need and more. Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, mac n' cheese, and salads, all served in very "healthy" portions.

 

 

Hammer  Workshop and Bar (Industrial-inspired Bar) - Hand crafted cocktails and a variety of brews, Hammer Bar is a great spot for happy hour. Or any hour.

Hans' (Homemade Ice Cream & Frozen Treats) - An Orange County tradition since 1972, Hans’ Ice Cream is crafted onsite with the richest cream from local dairies.

 

 

 

The Iron Press (Local Beer and Waffles) - Dishing up some unique waffle sandwiches like you’ve never seen before (see left), The Iron Press has made it a priority to use the freshest ingredients with a local touch. Wash it all down from their many beers on tap.

 

 

 

Kettle Bar (Southern Seafood & Drinks) - A healthy option to go along with great cocktails, the Kettle Bar also has a variety of T.V.'s for you to watch the game while you chow down.

 

 

 

The Kroft (Comfort Food Reinvented) - From the famous fried chicken sandwich to hamburger french fries... Yes hamburger french fries, The Kroft is all kinds of finger-lickin-tasty.

 

 

 

Orange Tei (Sushi & Ramen) - For a Japanese twist head grab some gourmet Japanese food from Orange Tei offering a variety of original sushi rolls and special RAMEN made by Ramen Master Shigetoshi Nakamura.

 

 

Pop Bar (Handcrafted gelato on a stick) - Made fresh daily with real fruit and fully customizable with premium dipping's and toppings Pop Bar is a great treat to help you beat the heat.

 

 

 

 

Rolling Boil (Hot Pot – Fresh Local Ingredients) -A traditional hot pot restaurant with garden fresh ingredients, the open environment is a great choice for new and veteran hot pot goers alike.

 

 

 

 

Saw Leaf Café (Vietnamese Fast Casual) - Vietnamese food that is healthy, fresh, and delicious, the Sawleaf Café food is all based on family recipes that have been passed down through generations.

 

 

 

Urbana (Fish Market & Mexican Eatery) - Influenced by authentic offerings of Mexico, Urbana is the ultimate way to spice up your meal.

 

 

Seed Peoples Market Kiosk (Artisan souvenirs) - A collection of Packing House memorabilia and citrus inspired gifts, the casual carts that are scattered around the Packing House will give you the quintessential gifts for your friends and family.

 

 

Pandor Artisan Boulangerie & Café (Specialty pastries and bread) - Some of Orange County's finest Boulangerie and French Cafe for authentic artisan mad breads, pastries, viennoiseries, and savories. Pandor has everything you need for a quick stop during breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

 

 

 

Built in 1919 at the edge of downtown Anaheim and along the Southern Pacific rail line, the Packing House was a hub of commerce for the area. Local farmers arrived to unload trucks of freshly picked citrus to begin the process of washing, grading, and eventual packing into wooden crates. Once completed, the crated and labeled citrus would be loaded onto rail cars parked on the side of the building to be shipped nationwide.

The restored Packing House is a carefully curated contemporary food hall reminiscent of the great public markets of South America and Europe. The two level Packing House features a large central atrium with communal dining surrounded by merchants and kiosks of varying sizes as well as outdoor picnic gardens, unique art and sculptures and a building-length southern-style dining porch looking out to the outdoor marketplace, Farmers’ Park, complete with community rocking chairs.

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