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Steakhouse 55

Burgers   0.01 miles from Disneyland Hotel 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Nothing at Disneyland is exactly a secret, but this grown-up hideaway comes pretty darn close. — Lonely Planet

"Walt Disney would still be proud" of this "special-occasion" chophouse in the Disneyland Hotel. — Zagat

Modern steakhouse and breakfast spot inside the Disneyland Hotel features California favorites for adults and kids. — Gayot

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Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen

French   0.15 miles from Disneyland Hotel 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Expect traditional Cajun-Creole fare with heavy-handed seasonings and rich, heart-stopping sauces. — Frommer's

Wrought-iron balustrades and an open courtyard lend a Louisiana ambience in which to enjoy the traditional New Orleans fare and live jazz. — Gayot

This "lively" Downtown Disney multitasker has fans "believing they're in the French Quarter" with a "fine blend" of Creole cooking and "live jazz" that's appealing to the "whole family." — Zagat

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Tortilla Jo's

Mexican   0.16 miles from Disneyland Hotel 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The offerings at this indoor/outdoor eatery are diverse enough to appeal to kids -- they get their menu of mini soft tacos and quesadillas -- and upscale enough to attract hungry adults. — Frommer's

In the heart of Downtown Disney, this "family"-friendly cantina offers "tasty" Mexican plates. — Zagat

Downtown Disney is lucky to have this Patina Group restaurant offering spicy Mexican and Latin fare in its bustling entertainment district. — Gayot

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Catal

Italian   0.19 miles from Disneyland Hotel 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"A respite from ordinary amusement park fare", this "high-end" Downtown Disney Med caters to "adult tastes" with "delicious and unique combinations" enhanced by fine wines. — Zagat

The chef cooks up a fusion of Californian and Mediterranean cuisines... at this airy two-story restaurant decorated in a sunny Mediterranean-Provençal style. — Lonely Planet

Though the menu will vary seasonally, expect to find selections like braised lamb shoulder with spicy red lentil curry, chorizo-spiked Spanish paella, or roasted half chicken with savoy cabbage. — Frommer's

Famed chef Joachim Splichal of L.A.'s Patina empire and his pro culinary staff take a more relaxed approach at this bi-level Mediterranean spot—with tapas breaking into the finger-food territory. — Fodor's

It'€™s almost hard to believe you'€™re in the frenzy of the Disneyland Resort experience when you sit in this restaurant'€™s charming second-floor main dining room. — Gayot

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Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria

  0.25 miles from Disneyland Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Delizioso” wood-fired pies, pastas and salads hit the spot at this Downtown Disney Italian from the Patina Group; some sigh the “price point” is a “downside”, and service can be “slow”... — Zagat

Southern Italy and its thin-crust pizza come to Downtown Disney. — Gayot

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Napa Rose at Grand Californian

Burgers   0.27 miles from Disneyland Hotel 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the upscale Grand Californian Hotel, Napa Rose is the first really serious (read: on "foodie" radar) restaurant at the resort. — Frommer's

Quietly hidden inside Disneyland's Craftsman-inspired Grand Californian Hotel, this fine dining restaurant soars to roller coaster-like heights. — Gayot

Believe it or not, the Napa Rose actually would do well in Napa, or in any other food- and wine-crazed town. — Time Out

An "elegant escape" within the Disneyland theme park, this "special-occasion" dining room spotlights Andrew Sutton's "breathtaking" seasonal Californian cuisine. — Zagat

Soaring windows, high-back Arts and Crafts–style chairs, leaded-glass windows and towering ceilings befit the Disneyland Resort’s top-drawer restaurant. — Lonely Planet

La Brea Bakery Cafe

Diners   0.33 miles from Disneyland Hotel 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Nancy Silverton brings her bakery/cafe chain back to La Brea Avenue with this outpost just a block from her original location where fans will find many of their old favorites. — Zagat

Nancy Silverton is credited with single-handedly introducing Angelenos to the joys of the fresh, flavorsome loaf. — Time Out

Inexpensive breakfast, lunch and dinner spot very close to Disneyland and California Adventure. — Gayot

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Blue Bayou

Bakeries   0.34 miles from Disneyland Hotel 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dinner is a bit more upscale, with such entrees as seafood jambalaya, steak, lobster, crab cakes, short ribs and Cajun-spiced salmon. — Gayot

Famous for its Creole and Cajun specialties at dinner. Order fresh-baked pecan pie topped by a piratey souvenir for dessert. — Lonely Planet

A hit with fans of Creole dishes like jambalaya and Tesorla Island chicken. — Travel + Leisure

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Anaheim White House

French   1.38 miles from Disneyland Hotel 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in a bright-white, historic 1900s mansion, this West Coast White House has rooms named after current and former presidents, along with opulent decor and professional service. — Gayot

Several small dining rooms are set with crisp linens and candles in this flower-filled 1909 mansion. — Fodor's

"The staff treats you like royalty" at this "regal" Anaheim landmark "just down the road from the land of Mickey and Donald." — Zagat

Located in a 1909 colonial-style home, the White House became a restaurant befitting a president in 1981. — Michelin Guide

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The Ranch Restaurant & Saloon

American   1.8 miles from Disneyland Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fine dining meets "country-western" at this "upscale ranch" in Anaheim serving "incredibly creative" rustic American cuisine and "impressive" wines in an abode of dark woods, leather and... — Zagat

Chef Michael Rossi presents contemporary fare in a rustic setting that contrasts with its industrial park surroundings in Anaheim. — Gayot

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Catch

Seafood   2.29 miles from Disneyland Hotel 74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a beautiful coastal setting and impeccable attention to service, Catch serves fresh local fare from land and sea. — Time Out

Catch is located inside Casa del Mar hotel in one of Southern California’s most popular and beach towns, Santa Monica. — Forbes Travel Guide

For "elegant" dining with "outstanding" ocean views, Santa Monicans surface at this "high-class" Californian inside the Hotel Casa del Mar plying "excellent" local seafood. — Zagat

The marquee restaurant in Hotel Casa Del Mar, Catch overlooks the Pacific Ocean, which is visible from the bar and dining room. — Travel + Leisure

It’s probably better to call Catch a nightclub with food than an actual restaurant. Just like the original Catch in the restaurant-as-nightclub-heavy Meatpacking District, this NYC-import... — The Infatuation

The Catch

  2.62 miles from Disneyland Hotel 71 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Before or after an Angels game”, this Anaheim haunt with an “upscale sports pub” vibe and solid service is a “good catch” if you're hankering for “excellent steak and seafood”; given the... — Zagat

This bright, comfortable venue is a welcoming place for a pre-show bite or a pre-game drink, as it is located within walking distance of The Grove of Anaheim and Angel Stadium. — Gayot

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Jagerhaus

Barbecue   2.77 miles from Disneyland Hotel 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Get your spatzle on. And your schnitzel, wursts, goulash and strudel. Don't miss the German potato salad. — BlackBook

Anaheim was established by German immigrants in the 1800s, so it makes sense that some of them are still here running restaurants. — Time Out

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In N Out

Burgers   3.58 miles from Disneyland Hotel 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

“Great ideas guys, let’s put an In-N-Out in the parking lot of a Costco!” – Worst developer ever. — On the Grid

The chain only has three combo meals, but that's enough to keep 'em coming. Mother's milk to Californians. Fries, drinks, shakes, and burgers, and that's it. Of course, there are a... — BlackBook

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Baos Hog

  3.7 miles from Disneyland Hotel 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The baos (Chinese steamed sandwich buns) at this Garden Grove strip-mall stop are stuffed with everything from roast pork to duck to egg, then garnished with cucumbers, cilantro and other... — Zagat

Some folks would say you have to leave Hollywood to find the “real” Chinese food in Los Angeles. If you’re not in the mood to join the debate, and just want the best Hong-Kong style dim... — On the Grid

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Myung in Dumplings

Chinese   3.7 miles from Disneyland Hotel 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The wildly popular Korean dumpling mini-chain, immortalized by Anthony Bourdain, expands to the burgeoning South Bay Asian community with its signature variety of Seoul-style potstickers.... — Zagat

Motherlode of Korean dumplings. — Not For Tourists

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Taqueria Escalante

  3.73 miles from Disneyland Hotel 66 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chris Oh (Seoul Sausage) goes Pan-Latino at this funky Koreatown gastropub with craft beers on tap and a menu that rolls from ceviche to chicken 'n’ waffles. An eclectic dining space... — Zagat

A funky Ktown gastropub that’s a blend of culinary influences and hip hop jams, killin' it at the Latin Korean Fusion game. The pork belly arepas are out of this world, as well as the... — On the Grid

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Joe's

Barbecue   4.28 miles from Disneyland Hotel 69 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Joe's remains one of the community's premier dining destinations and excels with seafood, so it is sometimes difficult to choose between his meat preparations and the products from the sea. — Gayot

French-Californian unique cuisine, worth the prices. — Not For Tourists

Joe’s was one of the first restaurants on Abbot Kinney’s restaurant row and, like a fine wine, only seems to get better with age. — Lonely Planet

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Matador Cantina

Mexican   4.31 miles from Disneyland Hotel 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Historic downtown Fullerton space offers traditional and fusion Mexican dishes and strong cocktails. — Gayot

Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Fullerton, the Matador Cantina offers a fresh fusion of traditional and contemporary Mexican-inspired cuisine, as well as a full bar with premium... — Time Out

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Tan Cang Newport Seafood

Chinese   4.34 miles from Disneyland Hotel 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dear Mr. Gold: One of my co-workers asked me to ask you for a good place to get Vietnamese fried crab. I said I would try. —Jim, South Pasadena Newport Tan Cang Seafood... — LA Weekly

"The house special lobster is the dish to get" at this midpriced Chinese chainlet incorporating Vietnamese, Cambodian and Thai influences. — Zagat

Just go for the lobster. It's sauteed in goodness. — BlackBook

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