A&E

A&E hangouts: Anaheim Packing House District review

By AHLORA SMITH

 

The Anaheim Packing District is an old warehouse that has been refurbished and now sells an eclectic array of foods from different cultures and rustic materialistic items. There are two levels of this market, and they are both packed full with shops, booths and, of course, people. There is a live band that occasionally entertains the shoppers, and the whole market is decorated with a large array of objects, such as tools to mini light bulbs. Outside, there is an open patio for customers to relax in the warm weather and enjoy their food. Some restaurant choices include sushi, boba, southern, Vietnamese and so much more. The complete cultural inclusion allows the satisfaction of all types of taste buds. The foods are relatively inexpensive, therefore it is worth it to have a taste of a large amount of the selection. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed in the warehouse, since it is so packed, but there is a dog park across the parking lot for pooches to play and have fun. The market is a great place to hang out with friends and experience the variety food has to offer, and it is only three miles away from Disneyland, so a magical day of great food and Disney is waiting just down the freeway.

Snapshot

Location: Anaheim Packing District (aka Anaheim Packing House)

Address: 440 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA

Distance from Redlands: 50 miles

Activities: Food and drinks, live band, a few merchants, outdoor and indoor seating

Group size: Individual, pairs, small or large groups

Pet friendly: No, but there’s a small dog park directly next to it

Price range: $5 – $20

Overall rating (out of 5): 4.5 stars

 

 

Categories: A&E

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