At ATL we believe all Connection
But, after a full day of walking the show floor, meeting with industry cohorts and visiting ATL at booth 2397, one of the most important connections we make at a show is the connection to a grand gastronomic experience and excellent entertainment—and Southern California is full of both without ever touching Disneyland.
After years of attending more trade shows in Anaheim than we wish to count, one of the positives is the
A one-stop-shop for an eclectic array of flavors
Seriously though… usually when I hear “there’s something for everyone there” I tend to steer clear because, as the saying goes, “jack of all trades, but master of none.” The Packing House, however, flips that thinking on its head. The smörgåsbord of high-end food vendors, gives a wide array of tastes: from Indian
Fabulous, fresh breakfast with stellar pastries
This bright and spacious eatery is a great place to start your day. But, unless you get there bright and early, be ready for a decent line. With an excellent selection of baked goods, pastries and other sweets, we recommend the savory breakfast sandwich on a warm, flaky croissant, the numerous fruit-infused strudels, or the delicious empanadas. This Cuban bakery is well worth every second you wait.
Southern selections inside a transit hub
Just two and a half miles for the Convention Center, the Oyster Bar SKC operates inside ARTIC: Anaheim’s bus and train terminal. Directly east of the Convention Center on Katella, you’ll know you’re there when you see a fluorescent rainbow airplane. With a classic Cajun/Nawlins’ flare, The Oyster Bar focuses on seafood-oriented pan roasts -- made through steam kettle cooking, thus the "SKC" -- and a raw seafood bar, stocked with all kinds from seafood every coast.
Chinese fare with a contemporary twist
For the American love of Chinese food, this ends up being more than just relevant; it feels as if it should be the new flag-bearer of Americanized-Chinese food.
Timeless breakfast with a classic
The Original Pancake House might have started in the Pacific Northwest, but its Anaheim location has become a breakfast institution for its decades of dedication to the international art of flapjacks. Specializing in sugary and fruit-filled pancake recipes from around the world, TOPH is where you’ll find Danish, Dutch, and Tahitian specialties plus crepes, bacon waffles
Fresh, creative modern brunch
Traditional breakfast mashes up with
Petersen Automotive Museum
Bringing German precision and design to the left coast
Now extended through mid-April, the Petersen Automotive Museum is gifting all comers to what is probably the finest collection of Porsches outside of
Channel your inner ‘Maverick’ or ‘Goose’ in this flight simulator
For a fully realistic, riveting experience where you and your friends experience and compete flying an F-16 Falcon or a Boeing 737, the likes of which you’ve probably not experienced, come to the FlightDeck. After being fitted for your own flight suit and been briefed on how to take-off, maneuver and land the plane (which a lot more difficult than it may sound), you’ll come as close as most of us will come to experiencing a dogfight. After climbing into your own cockpit (that all feels more realistic than you’d think), one of the best parts is you are competing/dogfighting with