When you can’t take one more second of the mind-numbing chaos of Downtown Disney, round up the crew and head to the Anaheim Packing House. Located just ten minutes down the road from the parks, APH is a former citrus packing center built in 1919 that’s been transformed into a massive food hall and entertainment complex. With over 50 food vendors, bars, speakeasies, and live music events most nights of the week, it’s one of the only places in Anaheim where kids, teenagers, and adults can all find happiness. Some of our favorite spots include Adya for Indian street food and The Blind Rabbit for specialty cocktails.
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