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, a former orange marmalade factory, and the restored Citrus Packing House, now the Anaheim Packing House.
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.
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
The secret bar behind the bookshelf, The Blind Rabbit is a dark speakeasy with quality food and handcrafted cocktails.
BXCR Underground Wine Society
Showcasing some of the finest wines in SoCal and set in a 1920's vintage railroad boxcar, BXCR is the perfect hideaway for a weekend night.
The Chippy Fish & Grill
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!
Cooks Chapel is a private event space that offers a full service "Heavens Kitchen" for cooking classes or demonstrations, pop-up restaurants and/or private dining preparation by one or more of the Packing House chefs.
Drawing inspirations from owner James Leung's love for both Cantonese and American BBQ, Cross Roast offers a unique concept that showcases cross cultural BBQ fare.
Like visiting a Naples pizzeria or your favorite local tavern, Ecco is your stop to grab a quick yet delicious slice of pizza.
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.
Hans' Homemade Ice Cream
An Orange County tradition since 1972, Hans’ Ice Cream is crafted onsite with the richest cream from local dairies.
Open air shaved snow and smoothie shop featuring traditional and unique flavors. Don't miss their "Snowballs," sweet rice puffs made with liquid nitrogen that will have you breathing like a dragon.
The Iron Press
Dishing up some unique waffle sandwiches like you’ve never seen before, The Iron Press has made it a priority to use the freshest ingredients with a local touch. Wash it all down with on of their many beers available on tap.
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.
From the famous fried chicken sandwich to hamburger french fries - yes, hamburger french fries - The Kroft is all kinds of finger-lickin' tasty.
Mangal's by Aleppo Kitchen
Named one of the best places to eat near Disneyland in 2017 by Food & Wine Magazine, Mangal features traditional Syrian cuisine served in contemporary, fast-casual dining atmosphere.
Offering fresh salads and healthy hot plates made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
For a Japanese twist grab some gourmet Japanese food from Orange Tei, where they offer a variety of original sushi rolls and delicious ramen made by Ramen Master Shigetoshi Nakamura.
Pandor Artisan Boulangerie & Cafe
Enjoy authentic artisan made breads, pastries, viennoiseries, and savories. Pandor has everything you need for a quick stop during breakfast, lunch or dinner.
A traditional hot pot restaurant with garden fresh ingredients, the open environment is a great choice for new and veteran hot pot goers alike.
Vietnamese food that is healthy, fresh and delicious, the Sawleaf Cafe food is all based on family recipes that have been passed down through generations.
Seed Peoples Market Kiosk
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.
Sweet Bird's simple but delicious menu features made-in-house favorites like their Spicy Fried Chicken sandwich - all natural and hormone free chicken topped with hot honey, slaw, pickles and aioli. Don't forget to add an order of their smashed potatoes to your lunch or dinner!
Anaheim Packing District's newest addition, 18 Folds features made-from-scratch Dim Sum and other delicious dishes that are served alongside a curated menu of Anaheim-made beers.
Located in the Packard House, this revived, pre-prohibition brewery now serves as small tasting room and large beer garden for locals and tourists alike to enjoy a delicious craft beer or two. Focusing on fresh, approachable beers that are brewed in the classic tradition, Anaheim Brewery is sure to have a beer that you will enjoy.
Also located in the Packard Building, Umami Burger is a great spot to spend an afternoon or evening. Grab a cold beer and one of their mouth-watering burgers and watch a game, catch up with friends or just soak up the warm Southern California sun.
Jav’s BBQ, led by pit-master and Anaheim-resident Javier Gomez, serves up an authentic Texas barbecue experience right here in Anaheim. Brisket, tri-tip, ribs, and even salmon, for those looking for something lighter, are cooked for more than 12 hours over oak woods.
Pali Wine Co.
If you’d rather unwind by uncorking, step across the way to Pali Wine Co. Pali is bringing the flavors of the Central Coast to Orange County. Pour a glass of Pinot Noir or try a $15 wine flight. With a comfortable tasting room and lovely outdoor area, you may not want to leave Pali Wine Co.
Unsung Brewing Company
Save the universe a pint at a time. No capes are required to enjoy a glass at Anaheim’s craft brewery, Unsung. The playful superhero-inspired beer names and comic book displays make Unsung a villainously fun place to grab a drink.