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    The Catch: Go For Upscale-Casual at The Catch

    by marinarena Written Aug 30, 2014

    Whether you're trying to impress a date before seeing an Angel baseball game or concert at the Grove, wanting to catch any sports game in luxury and relaxed style or you're just in the mood for quality seafood in Angel Stadium vicinity, you must go to the Catch, one of the most quality seafood plus experience in the entire city.

    Within a 5-10 min walking distance from the home of the Angels baseball team and fewer steps from the Grove, The Catch offers an array of delicious seafood entrees, along with meat and other satisfying delights. Service is prompt and top-notch, as one would expect in this classy 3 star establishment. Thankfully, Catch hostess and staff doesn't come off stuffy, especially considering that it is located in a very upscale loft community.

    Prices are worth the quality here, they are really not so outrageous for a fancy restaurant of its kind. Swordfish for about $30, other seafood entrees average just under that, Prime Angus and NY Bone-in with sides just under $50. Appetizers and salads are excellent options to have you satisified alone, for lunch or dinner. If you desire to treat yourself and a companion all the way for the ultimate Catch experience, it would probably set you back about $70+pp for an entree/appetizer/alcohol drink/dessert. However, you can get away satisfied with entree or appetizer(s) alone with drink/dessert alone or without for $30 or less.

    My Catch experience was just right. I sat in the exquisite indoor dining room and was instantly enamored by the gorgeous interiors, including an architectural highpoint of a wine cellar- all this while having a scrumptious meal and catching an Angel and NFL games here.The ambiance made such an impression on me and does for many Catch goers. It is just right for a date, with swank interiors and romantic fireplace- and yes, also for the local Angel game! Cozy seating available on the patio dining area,

    Note:
    Happy hour is here, thankfully!
    The catch is a sister restaurant of the equally impressive Taps restaurant, in Brea, north of Anaheim in Orange county.

    Favorite Dish: Coconut Passion Shrimp - real, meaty tender shrimp with a perfectly made batter served with a tangy and under $15!

    Teriyaki Dragon Rolls- yummy and full of veggies within. Served with a very flavorful spicy bean sauce (not terribly spicy)- Under $15!

    Maine Lobster Bisque- so rich! Could be too much for some. Lobster pieces aren't apparent but, in being very forgiving, still a soup so delicious that you'd lick the bowl - especially if you're into creamy soup!

    Delicious food at The Catch, Anaheim, CA the Catch seafood restaurant, Anaheim, CA
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    California Pizza Kitchen: Great pizza~

    by Yaqui Written Jul 14, 2014

    We eat at these any time we get the chance. Their pizza's are hand-tossed and hearth-baked California-style, and have some very yummy salads, pastas, entrees, soups, sandwiches and beverages.

    Offering dine-in, take-out, catering, and online ordering.

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    Johnny Rockets: 50's Theme

    by Yaqui Written Jul 14, 2014

    Johnny Rockets serves good old fashion hamburgers, milkshakes and french fries within a retro diner-style restaurant. I like coming to these because the food is usually good and good service. I always enjoy the 50's decor too.

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    Tiffy's Restaurants: Come From Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Service

    by marinarena Written May 27, 2014

    Just some words on the old timey aspect of this place: Seeking a great and simple American restaurant? Want freshly made ice cream? Tiffy's American Restaurant is the place to go for your Disney trip. The classic looking, super friendly American diner is a long time local and tourist favorite place to land before and after Disney trip. This is one oft hose great Americana throwback places that looks like Grandma's house but bigger.

    Family-friendliness is served here as much as a coke. Food is decent with typical burger/sandwich, breakfast. It's a fine place to go with the family, not to impress a date for the first time.

    For those wanting fast and prompt service with a smile, you'll get it here esp if you are just dropping by to get the ice cream. Scoops and sundaes are available!

    Favorite Dish: Anything from the Ice Cream menu

    Rare treats: Butterfinger, Alpine Mocha

    Classics:
    Vanilla +++ for me
    Mint Chip +++ for me
    Chocolate
    Chocolate Chip
    Cookies N Cream
    Strawberry
    Rocky Road

    Others:
    Butter Pecan
    Strawberry Banana
    Strawberry Cheecake

    and more...

    Tiffy's American Restaurant, Anaheim, CA
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    Surf's Up: Breakfast with the Characters

    by Dymphna1 Written Jan 4, 2014

    This place is great fun for little ones and adults. Reservations for the breakfast are needed. The kids get to get up and dance with the characters and then they come to the table so you can get pictures and autographs

    Favorite Dish: Pancakes and waffles are shaped like Mickey

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    Healthy Junk: Get Some Healthy Junk

    by marinarena Written Aug 16, 2013

    Linked to the "Good Food" Downtown Anaheim venture, Healthy Junk is a modern, chic So Cal eaterie for all kinds of foodies- officially declared ones and those otherwise. Noteworthy of HJ is its health-conscious twist on American junk food classics, such as the hamburger, French fries, pizza and Americanized tacos. Yes, all menu ingredients are fresh, natural, vegetarian, vegan and even gluten-free. Surely, from a meat-eater perspective, the offerings here cannot completely copy the grubbin' capabilities of junk food but does satisfy with flavor. Replace a desire of a beef patty best, perhaps with the Portobello (mushroom) Burger.

    On the menu, "Green stuff" salads are quite attractive- like the Mighty Kale featuring rainbow quinoa and seasonally added mango cleverly named "Long Live Caesar" salad " with Snack Junk" Sides include yummy yam fries, skinny fries with skin (yes! Love that dirty skin), crispy "chicks" (HJ vegan chicken tenders) and kale (K) chips. The salt level can be a bit much for some. I had to brush mine off a bit with the napkin, but when I didn't they were still edible for my liking.

    If the idea of vegan scares you but are willing to try, Healthy Junk is real delight and well worth seeking out. It is a bit hidden, in the shared "Good Food" food court space in downtown Anaheim. Mix in here with the locals, mainly AT&T and Ana city workers across the way who draw in a good bulk of restaurant patrons.

    Note:
    All major menu items are under $10.
    The cheese used in entrees is called "chez". Not real dairy cheese. Does a decent job of imitating the consistency of cheese at least.
    There is a new juice bar here that is attractive especially for happy hour, featuring non-dairy juices and smoothies. Cheers!
    WiFi is available within the Good Food court on the patio, though may be kind of inconsistent.

    Open 11 AM- 8 PM

    Favorite Dish: Go very local and get the " Anaheim Chili Burger "or "Anaheim Chili Cornbread" (with non-dairy butter and Agave). The burgers are very filing and come with pickle and carrot salad.

    Skinny Fries- big portion, crisp and mealy itself. Organic Ketchup and other sauces available for dipping.

    Healthy Junk vegan eaterie Healthy Junk, at Good Food court, Anaheim, CA, USA The Good Food Court in Anaheim
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    IHOP: IHOP- the best breakfast!

    by joiwatani Written Jan 12, 2013

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    If you are heading to Disneyland, make sure to have breakfast at IHOP! It is located directly infront of the crosswalk going to the main gate of Disneyland.

    The food and the service were excellent.

    There is also a place to sit at the front with an umbrella on it. There is a pond and a manmade waterfall to block the crowd on the street. It makes your cool while you are eating at the front of the restaurant. The temperature when we were there was hot so having this waterfall and water accessory at the front make us feel cooler.

    Favorite Dish: Definitely, the breakfast at IHOP in Anaheim is the best! We had the regular pancakes with maple syrup, scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage. There was fruit toppings, too that were given to us.

    The juice was excellent and the coffee was freshly brewed!

    The waiters and waitresses were excellent and they really took good care of us. The server when we were there was Blanca. She made sure that we had our coffee refilled!

    By the way, if you have a survey, make sure to do it on your IPad and you get free pancakes to bring back to your hotel for snacks for the kids!

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    Panda Express: budget Chinese Fast Food

    by machomikemd Updated Jul 27, 2012

    What to do in Anaheim and hungry and need to eat lunch? eat at panda express that is!

    Panda Express is the most succesful fast food chain of the American Chinese Type of Cuisine and at present has more than 1,200 branches from coast to coast and at hawaii. It is the largest Chinese fast food restaurant chain in the United State with mainly American Chinese type of cuisine but with huge servings on a budget too!

    Favorite Dish: The chain offers a variety of food such as Orange chicken, Beijing Beef, Mandarin Chicken, and Kung Pao chicken and the best deal is that you can have combo meals of each like a two viand combo meal or a 3 viand combo meal that costs from $ 7.99 for a two combo meal and $ 9.99 for a 3 combo meal. Combo meals are served with fried rice, steamed rice, chow mein, or mixed vegetables.

    hungry our friend beijing beef breaded shrimp ok
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    Snack Stands at Disneyland: Snack Stands at Disneyland

    by machomikemd Written Jul 23, 2012

    there are a variety of dining and snack options inside the disneyland theme park and at the California Adventure and at Downtown Disney that you will no go hungry while walking and riding all the attractions you like but since this is a theme park, prices are so inflated by more than 50% than comparable costs of the food and drinks outside the parks.

    here is a listing of some of the various restaurants and snack counters at Disneyland and California Adventure: (list via wikipedia)

    Restaurants

    Carnation Café
    Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor
    Jolly Holiday Bakery
    Main Street Cone Shop
    Plaza Inn (formerly the Red Wagon Inn)[4]
    Refreshment Corner

    Bengal Barbecue
    Tiki Juice Bar
    Tropical Imports

    French Market Restaurant
    Mint Julep Bar (non-alcoholic)
    Café Orleans
    Royal Street Veranda
    Blue Bayou Restaurant
    Club 33

    The Golden Horseshoe Cafe
    Stage Door Cafe
    Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante
    River Belle Terrace
    Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue

    Grandma Sara's Kitchen
    Rackety's Raccoon Saloon

    Troubador Tavern
    Village Haus Restaurant

    Favorite Dish: they have and international medley of foods, snacks and drinks plus desserts and they range from mexican churros, soft pretzels, bagels, popcorn, burgers, fries and more. again the prices are higher than outside but you cannot bring your own food when going to the theme parks.

    a snack stand have a pineapple slush have a soft pretzel i need a drink many dining and snack options
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    Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill: Good Mexian Food here!

    by Yaqui Written May 22, 2012

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    Highlights include fire-grilled citrus chicken, carne asada and chicken tamales, soft tacos monterrey, burrito sonora and fajitas ensaladas. The Kid's and Toddler's Menus feature bean and cheese burrito, chicken taco and arroz con pollo. We dined here and had the bean cheese burritos with rice and beans. Very filling, but very expensive too.

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    Denny's: Great food and prices!

    by Yaqui Updated May 22, 2012

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    We dined here because they always have what my boys like to eat and plus the price of the meals is always reasonable. Plus, this Denny's was right next door to our resort..awesome. It was huge and very clean. The folks here are always so kind and friendly.

    Favorite Dish: Bacon Avocado Burrito
    Crispy bacon, avocado, scrambled egg, our smoky cheese blend, freshly made pico de gallo and a chipotle sauce hand-wrapped in a large flour tortilla. Grilled and served with crispy hash browns.
    Build Your Own Grand Slam®
    Pick any FOUR items and make it your own. Slam Items: Bacon Strips (Two), Buttermilk Biscuit, Buttermilk Pancakes (Two), Eggs (Two), English Muffin, Grits, Hash Browns, Oatmeal with Milk, Sausage Links (Two), Slices of Toast (Two), Turkey Bacon Strips (Two). Fit Fare® Options: Chicken Sausage Patty (One), Egg Whites (Two), Hearty Wheat Pancakes (Two). Premium Items (may require additional cost): Grilled Ham Slice; Seasonal Fruit (selection may vary); Yogurt.
    Bacon Cheddar Burger
    A classic burger topped with crisp bacon and Cheddar cheese. Served with lettuce, tomato, pickles and red onions. Served with your choice of wavy-cut French fries, hash browns, seasonal fruit or dippable veggies.

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    Village Haus Restaurant: Good Food~

    by Yaqui Written May 22, 2012

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    The design of Village Haus mirrors the classic opening sequence from Pinocchio. Search for hidden treasures in nooks and crannies like real puppets, cuckoo-clocks, and wood carved knick-knacks. We ate here because there was plenty of room outside and inside. It was expensive, but very good. The boys were very satisfied with their hamburger and pizza meals.

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    Cafe'2Go: Wonderful service and food!!

    by Yaqui Updated May 22, 2012

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    This restaurant's atmosphere was very relaxing and comfortable. The service was great and so was the food. Think we all goobled up everything on our plates. Especially the boys. Our waiter was so wonderful because I think he could tell how tired and hungry we all were. He was really sweet in accomodating the boys! It is located right in the hotel and the entrance is obvious once your in the lobby. You can't miss it. So try it out!

    Favorite Dish: John and I had good old fashion hamburgers and fries. The boys opted for chicken tenders and fries. They gave you these huge portions, so you do get your monies worth here!

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    iHOP: It's a chain, but it sure fills you up!

    by Benson35 Updated Jan 17, 2012

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    iHOP stands for 'International House Of Pancakes'.
    It is an American chain, so nothing unique, but I really enjoyed the food.

    The staff are friendly and the majority of the seating is spacious.
    The menu has many choices and I would suggest ordering a 'short stack' as a side (three pancakes) instead of a 'tall stack' (a lot more pancakes!). There are 'healthy options' to choose from too.
    The resturant I went to was clean, with a calm and happy atmosphere. It's great for groups and for children.

    It's also in a great location - on the way to Disneyland.

    Favorite Dish: Ooooh, cheese & ham omelette with a short stack side and black coffee.
    The omelette just melts in your mouth and has lots of flavour.
    The pancakes, in my opinion, are to die for! A a knob of butter or syrup, cut into bite-sized pieces and enjoy!
    Coffee not bad and has free re-fills.

    Over-all, a very filling meal. I left very satisfied

    Me enjoying my breakfast
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    Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria (Napolini): Try Naples , a more than decent Italian restuarant

    by marinarena Updated Sep 11, 2011

    OK, so it is not the most ideal place to dine if you want to have an intimate, romantic dinner, except if you are a couple who happen to be taking the kids to Disneyland. Nicely, Naples is not within the actual park itself. Located along Downtown Disney row, Naples is not too fancy to be elegant yet not too ordinary.

    Though I do put Naples as an Italian choice, it really is not very, very authentic Italian- rather another "California-style" eaterie. Yet , what you get on the plate (not in the shape of Mickey Mouses's head, thankfully!) is tasty as Italian would be neat to see tehe menu items listed in Italian

    Hours:
    Sun-Thu 11am-10pm
    Fri-Sat 11am-11pm

    Favorite Dish: Pizza Margerita!!- tomato and basil
    (pomodoro e basilico)

    pizzeria in Anaheim, california Napolini, pizzeria at Downtown Disney, Anaheim Naples Restaurant, Anaheim, CA
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