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Anaheim Packing District

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    Photograph: Michael JulianoAnaheim Packing District.
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Time Out says

Anaheim is no longer just for Angels games and Disneyland trips thanks to the arrival of the Anaheim Packing District. Split up into three revamped destinations, the block-sized district is anchored by the Packing House, a former Sunkist citrus plant that's been converted into a handsome, modern food hall. The ever expanding roster of merchants runs the gamut from full service restaurants to niche vendors that specialize in grilled cheese, hot pot, juice, popsicles and more. Think of it as Orange County's answer to Grand Central Market, albeit boozier—there's a bar and speakeasy—and more inviting thanks to comfortable seating, free Wi-Fi and a lofty, bright warehouse space. On the other end of the district sits the Packard Building, a mission revival car showroom that now houses the Anaheim Brewery and an Umami Burger. Between the two you'll find Farmers Park, a two-acre grassy field with a community garden and a farmers' market every sunday. Surprise, suprise: This place is pretty popular, so expect to park in one of the surrounding parking lots during lunch time.

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Address:
440 S Anaheim Blvd
Los Angeles
92805
Opening hours:
10:30am-10pm; 9am juice and coffee; bars close at midnight
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