If you’re visiting Anaheim, be sure to pack your sweet tooth. A town full of entertainment and fun is topped off with some seriously delicious dessert offerings. While it’s true you’ll still find plenty of pies and a bajillion baked goods - we dessert a little differently in Anaheim!
Anaheim offers everything from premium, handmade desserts to over-the-top sugar rushes. Each is totally shareable, but perhaps only on social media.
Known as the “city of the arts,” Costa Mesa offers visitors the best of all worlds: a cultural haven at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts campus, a shopper’s paradise at the internationally renowned South Coast Plaza mall and an effortlessly cool independent spirit in the form of cocktail lounges and restaurants at The LAB. Get to know the city located just 13.9 miles from the Anaheim Resort District by exploring Costa Mesa’s must-visit dining, drinking and entertainment hubs that help forge the city’s creative identity.
Did you know Orange County got its first airport back in 1923? It all started as a little private landing strip built by aviation pioneer Eddie Martin on land owned by the Irvine Company near what is now MacArthur Boulevard and the 55 Freeway.
The new House of Blues in Anaheim is a place where music feeds the soul, but the food is darn good too. For 25 years, the House of Blues has offered “great music, great food, great vibes.” The newly opened location within the Anaheim Gardenwalk shares the spirit and mission of the House of Blues franchise, yet offers music fans and diners a unique, fresh experience.
Are you like me and always looking for something new to do in your own town? I always love to discover new places to go and things to do, and you don’t always have to travel to do it! I recently teamed up with Visit Anaheim to see everything Anaheim has to offer. Obviously Disneyland is the first thing that comes to mind, but Anaheim is expanding to much more than that. The Anaheim Packing House is the perfect example of that!
Anaheim is all about family fun, entertainment, culture, date night hot spots, delicious eats and so much more! As a fan of dining out, I always think it’s a major plus when you find an option that has an alluring outdoor ambiance – don’t you agree!?
As a foodie myself I am always looking for great plates to try and for portions that leave me with a to-go box for a second meal! Recently, I've been drawn toward locations that offer an alfresco atmosphere since the kids are in tow 99.9% of the time and well... it's summer!
Now that Los Angeles is officially hosting the 2028 Summer Olympics, you may be wondering how is Southern California able to attract such a prestigious competition for a third time? From seamless transportation to vast accommodation options, the destination is no stranger to hosting millions of travelers.
This time of year there’s always a handful of people already looking forward to fall. Pumpkin-flavored everything, football games and weather that doesn’t make you want to sit in front of the AC all day certainly starts to sound appealing. However, just because you may be excited for fall that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the rest of summer, right?
Orange County is not only known for its beautiful parks and beaches, but also for being one of the best places in Southern California for entertainment. If there is a popular band or performer on tour, you can usually find them playing at one of the hottest concert venues in Orange County.