Beyond the Disneyland Resort: Dining

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Anaheim, and surrounding cities, contain a variety of superb restaurants for every palate.

May 3, 2018
Beverley BevenFlorez-CDJ STAFF

For fine dining experiences outside of the Disneyland Resort, try Summit House Restaurant or the Anaheim White House Italian Steak House .

A more unusual and upscale restaurant, try The Hobbit in nearby Orange, California. They offer a seven-course, prix-fixe menu by reservation only. It’s a four-hour dining experience that begins in their Wine Cellar, then guests are taken to their tables in the dining room. Next, is an intermission where guests are encouraged to relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to chat with the chef. Guests then return to their table to finish their entrees and dessert.

If you’d rather spend your time in a unique lounge or bar, try the Blind Rabbit, which calls itself Orange County’s speak easy. Located in the Anaheim Packing District, the Blind Rabbit’s tables are all reserved after 5pm, and you might want to brush up on their list of rules prior to visiting.

For something casual, try Hollinghead’s Delicatessen in Orange, where you can purchase hand crafted sandwiches and beers.



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