Anaheim Packing District, Anaheim

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Landmark · Tourist Spot
It's Real! Anaheim Packing House opened May 31, 2014.

Built in 1919, the restored citrus packing house is a culinary center bringing together more than 20 artisan food producers and purveyors in a public market type setting. The bright 42,000-square-foot historic warehouse features communal dining with unique culinary offerings, a railroad car patio and indoor & outdoor music venues with live music! The Packing District also includes the restored Packard Car Showroom (now home to Anaheim Brewery and famed LA burger joint, Umami Burger) and an outdoor marketplace/park (Farmers Park). Farmers Park hosts weekend farmers markets, outdoor concerts, movies, and festivals.

The Packing District is located at the intersection of Anaheim Blvd and Santa Ana Street in Anaheim. For more information, please visit
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  • First time with the family and even with a lot of stores still not operational, we enjoyed our trip!  more »
  • Such a cool space! There were so many delicious food options. We had entrees at the White Elephant Thai and the zero gravity noodle dish at 206 BCE. I had Thai tea at Mini Monster, drinks at...  more »
  • This place is pretty cool. It's like a food court at a mall or something except without the mall and you can get beer or a drink if you like. Or I guess you could say it's like a little mini mall that mostly has just food. I think I saw a little shop or 2 in there. I've only visited once. I really liked it though. I will definitely go there again.
  • I came here because it was near my boyfriends work, or seems extremely popular and for the popularity there is hardly any parking. We just parked on the street a way down and walked. There was a live jazz band and the lead singer was amazing! I had the best grilled cheese and the little homemade ice cream stand is actually not that’s expensive. Overall it was a cool place.

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