Category Archives: Restaurants

  1. Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival

    The Happiest Place on Earth is also the most decadent. The first half of April marks the annual Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival, making it an absolute must for everyone (but especially the 21+ crowd). Enjoy weeks of delicious eats and drinks with a daily format. Every day of the week offers specials,…

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  2. Easter Brunch in Anaheim

    Anaheim is home to some of the most impressive Easter brunches in Southern California. Storyteller’s Café at 1600 S Disneyland Dr. is a favorite, conveniently located at the Grand Californian in Disneyland. A rich variety with plenty of kid-friendly options, omelet station, and Disney characters stopping by your table make for a magical outing. You…

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  3. Hoppy Easter!

    Get a head start on burning off those Easter brunch calories at the Hoppy Easter race in Long Beach. The run takes you across the gorgeous beach-side streets before you zip around a pristine lake to finish with an ocean view. Aid stations along the route offer cookies, Gatorade, water, bananas, chips, and much more….

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  4. Tempting Teahouses

      If you prefer a perfectly prepared cup of tea for your caffeine fix, you’re in luck. Anaheim has some incredible teahouses, like Ten Ren’s Tea Time at 665 N Euclid St. Ten Ren is the biggest and most renowned tea manufacturer in East Asia, and is locally owned and operated by a third-generation tea…

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  5. Romantic Restaurant Picks

      Make this Valentine’s Day one to remember and book your table now. Yves’ Restaurant and Bar, located at 5753 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd., is known for their French-Italian fusion and impeccable wine list. Open for lunch and dinner, start with their Baked Brie Perfection followed by lobster ravioli, filet mignon, “Kobe Kobe” style…

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  6. Where to Watch the Super Bowl?

    If you really want to make the most of Super Bowl 2018, sign up for the Ultimate 2018 Super Bowl Party at Sea with the Cruise to Ensenada. It’s a three-night party on the Carnival Inspiration, round-trip from Long Beach to Ensenada. Departing Friday, February 2 and returning Monday, February 5, the all-inclusive cruise ship…

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  7. French Dining in Anaheim

    Whether you’re in the mood for the perfect croque madame, are looking for a romantic date night spot or simply want to explore the exciting Anaheim food scene, booking a reservation at one of the French establishments is a must. Try Café Casse Croute for a breakfast croissant or one of their revered filet mignons…

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  8. Russian Restaurants

      Moscow Deli is a favorite stop in Anaheim for authentic Russian cuisine, whether you’re looking for takeaway or key ingredients to whip up your own dishes. Try one of the spicy soups, an Odessa sandwich, genuine Borscht or a Kiev sandwich that will make you feel like you just touched down in Moscow. It’s…

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  9. German Fare in Anaheim

    It’s no surprise that a city founded by Germans has plenty of authentic, delicious German restaurants to choose from. At Jagerhaus, you’ll find goulash, strudel, bratwurst and other German treasures all in an intimate, cozy environment. Start with the traditional fondue, and don’t forget to save room for an extra pint or two of imported…

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  10. Magical Thanksgiving Feasts

    Three places are famously open on Thanksgiving Day in Anaheim: Theme parks, plenty of restaurants and a lot of pubs. One of the most popular picks for holiday cuisine is Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant at Knott’s Berry Farm. For less than $30 per person, you can enjoy a lavish and traditional feast. However, tables…

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