a year ago500+ Views
If Anaheim, California doesn't ring any bells to you, and you're thinking it's just as important as Cleburne, Texas (which is the smallest, most random town I remember passing while on a train from Austin to Dallas), I'm here to prove you wrong.
Its most prominent attribute is probably Disneyland, but there's so much good food there, too. There's Pokinometry, home of some of the freshest fish and one of my favorite places to get poke. Anaheim Packing District, Anaheim's version of Grand Central Market (in LA) / Chelsea Market (in New York) / Ferry Building (in SF) / etc, is a fancy food court with one of the best poutines to hit my mouth, sweet/tart blackberry ice cream perfect for an unbearably hot summer day, and pulled pork/fish and chips/ramen for more tame options.