If you are in Anaheim and need a place to stop for a quick bite to eat, here are your best options to choose from.
10. Sonic Drive-In
Popeye’s Chicken and Biscuits is right on North State College Boulevard. Customers can enjoy the best of Louisiana with such items as the crawfish tackle box, other seafood plates, chicken, sandwiches, wraps, desserts, and more.
7. Ruby’s Diner
Ruby’s Diner is your premiere 1940s family restaurant located on West Lincoln Avenue. You can dine on premium natural burgers, chicken tenders, fries baskets, corned beef hash and eggs, a variety of milk shake selections, and more.
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen is the place to go for an authentic New Orlean’s style dining and is right on Disneyland Drive. Guests can enjoy fried chicken, pasta jambalaya, BBQ shrimp and grits, and more.
Subway is the place to go if you are a late night foodie, especially, if you live on South Harbor Boulevard. Customers can dine on tuna sandwiches, the sweet onion teriyaki sandwich, the fiery sandwich collection, and more.
Slater’s 50/50 is located on East Santa Ana Canyon Road. You can enjoy a variety of different burger favorites because you get to build your burger from the patty to the size to the bread and more.
3. Doner G
Doner G is right on East Ball Road. Guests can dine on Turkish and Mediterranean delicacies like the beef or chicken doner, doner kebab combo with beef and chicken, beef or chicken doner pita, baklava, and more.
Varsity Burger is located on West Lincoln Avenue. You can enjoy any ¼ lb. charbroiled burgers, chicken breast sandwiches, chili cheese hot dogs, and more. All these combos come with large French fries and a large drink.
A popular restaurant that most of you know of is In-N-Out which is on South Brookhurst Street. Guests can dine on burgers or choose out of the not-so-secret menu from grilled cheese sandwiches to animal style fries.