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Anaheim, California, USA

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Anaheim Dining

Visit the Hibachi Steak House for great food and a fun atmosphere. See your food prepared right in front of you on a huge stovetop. Tip: Bring your own wine and the corkage fee is only $5. Chicken, steak, shrimp or vegetables are cooked on the grill and soup, salad, and rice are included. Interact with your chef and have your food cooked to you exact liking. The restaurant is fun and casual. The kids will love seeing the chef flip food into the air. Playing with food has never tasted so good.

Enjoy the breathtaking views and delectable food by the fireplace, the window and or on the terrace of the Napa Rose Lounge at Grand Californian. Sip a glass of California’s best wine straight from the Napa Valley and enjoy the freshest food California has to offer. Sit at the chef’s counter and be treated to a custom menu. Enjoy this elegant restaurant, but don’t worry about dressing up too much.

If spicy is more your style head over to El Torito Grill and savor the searing fajitas, hand-made tamales and Chipotle BBQ shrimp. Warm tortillas with salsa and butter are plentiful on the table throughout the meal. The bright terracotta walls and warm wooden accents give it a family-style feel.

Relax at the Storytellers Café at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and enjoy American home-style food. Huge murals hang on the wall that each tells a tall tale set in the early days of California. The most popular is Mark Twain’s “The Jumping Frogs of Calaveras County.” Enjoy their wood-fired pizzas, sandwiches and fresh fish. Enjoy the golden age of story telling and even receive a visit from some of your favorite Disney® characters.

Mimi’s Café at Disneyland® is a must for breakfast or brunch during your visit. Mimi’s Café specializes in Cajun and Creole baked goods and was ranked the third best family restaurant in the nation in 2008 by Parents Magazine. The servers are friendly and polite and the fun atmosphere makes it the perfect place for children. Be sure to try the Buttermilk Spice Muffins and don’t forget about the Chicken Cordon Bleu.

For a romantic night out make a reservation at the 5-Star restaurant Mr. Stox. Go for a drink at the full bar lounge in front of the fireplace or sit in one of their spacious booths. Works of art line the walls and a pianist plays nightly in the dining area. The staff is friendly and takes the time to explain the menu and extensive wine list. Maryland Crab Cakes, Prime Rib, Lemon cake and their Colorado rack of lamb are favorites on the menu. Mr. Stox bakes five types of bread each day and is famous for its carrot bread. Herb gardens and fruit trees in the back of the property provide the kitchen with only the freshest ingredients each day.

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