Dining at the Anaheim Packing House
When the Anaheim Packing House opened last week I couldn’t be more excited. I’d been following it’s restoration for the past few years and couldn’t wait to see what was inside. I was all set to go to the grand opening when I fell and injured my knee. I spent the day at urgent care instead.
Luckily, this week my knee was healed enough so that I could pay the Packing House a visit. They say good things come to those who wait and they were right in this case. I think The Packing House is my new favorite spot in Orange County.
The Packing House was built in 1919 and processed that famous citrus that gave the county its name. After being vacant for sometime it was reborn as a bustling food hall. Inside you’ll find several vendors offering a diverse array of global cuisines in a unique and inviting setting.
As you can see the house was bustling. After weaving our way through the crowds we were left with the difficult choice of choosing a place to eat. Ramen? Fish and Chips? Waffles? How bout gelato, coffee, or juice? Or maybe a nice cocktail? We finally decided to head to India and tried Adya.
The food was nice and fresh and the naan was piping hot. It was a great way to start the first of my, sure to be, many visits to the Packing House. I have a good feeling I’ll be sharing a bit about the other spots there in the months to come. I’m already counting the days until this place opens.
Anaheim Packing House @
Anaheim Packing District
440 S. Anaheim Blvd.
Anaheim, CA 92805