Anaheim, Calif. (November 5, 2019) – Attention food adventurers: Anaheim Packing District, home of Orange County’s Original Food Hall, will be celebrating its diverse cultural culinary artisans with the second annual World Taste on Wednesday, November 13, from 6PM until 9PM. Guests to the in-house, international tasting event will navigate their way through an expedition of deliciousness and dance through globally-inspired entertainment.
Mouth-watering menu items include Italian wood-fired mini pizzas from Healthy Junk’s newest location, Thailand-inspired jalapeno waffle-dog bombers from Fanfare, French Raclette over duck fat roasted fingerling potatoes from BXCR, Chinese BBQ pork buns from 18 Folds, Vietnamese chicken eggrolls from 206 BCE, Japanese citrus sushi rolls from Orange Tei, Hawaiian vegan poke bowls from Poke Hale’aina, a Thanksgiving grilled cheese from Black Sheep Grilled Cheese Bar, sliders from Umami Burger, famous crispy chicken sliders from Sweetbird, crispy soulful buffalo shrimp sliders from Georgia’s, Indian mini curry bowls from ADYA (Food Network’s Chopped winner), Porto’s Cuban mashed potato beef balls from Pali Wine Company, southern-style shrimp pan roast from Kettle Bar, British fish n’ chips from The Chippy, Mexican-Canadian-inspired Birria poutine from The Kroft, Slow-cooked carnitas tacos from Urbana, Mediterranean bowls from Mangal, and a Texas-style brisket bite from Jav’s BBQ. Sweet tastings include, sunset strawberry lemonade from Mini Monster, mini gelato milkshakes from Popbar, Italian gelato with fresh-baked cookies from Pandor Bakery, pumpkin cheesecake ice cream from Hans’ Homemade, and Japanese-style crepe tacos with cream top coffee from Crepe Coop.
While chowing down, guests will be serenaded by the Diversity Band of So Cal at Anaheim Packing House (Latin Party Mix), Darden Sisters at the MAKE building (Americana/Irish), as well as, strolling French jugglers and stilt walkers.
Each World Taste ticket includes 10 tastes from participating Packing District establishments. Advance tickets purchased online cost $27.50-$30 each (plus fees) while tickets at the door will be $40 (unless sold out.)
Thanks to World Taste sponsors, Hilton and Sunkist, for making this event possible!
The Anaheim Packing District encompasses 4 historic landmarks, the glorious 2-acre Farmers Park, and CTR ST Anaheim. The main ingredient of the foodie quintet is the Anaheim Packing House, one of the last remaining citrus packing warehouses in Orange County, which has been historically preserved and retrofitted as a great original American market hall. The north anchor of the district is the Packard Building. Establishing the southern border is of the Packing District is MAKE, a 102-year old former marmalade factory, and the soon-to-open Leisure Town. Boasting more than 40 unique food and beverage artisans, the Packing District offers a culinary menagerie for families and visitors alike. Visit http://www.anaheimpackingdistrict.com for current Packing District activities, including weekly entertainment.