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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pugman
    Uhh...Joe's is a huge chain and almost everything is frozen, just like Red Lobster. Proximity to the ocean has no effect on their food. It's not like they're venturing down to the dory fisherman of Newport to pick up the catch of the day.
    Yes, and I affectionately call it Joe's CRAP shack... because it is
    worse than Mexican Montezuma's Revenge! No matter what location
    we eat at, no matter what we have! The one on Harbor was, however,
    our WORST experience!

    If you are attempting to cut costs and eat outside the park... it is better
    to just bite the bullet and eat in! Unless you plan for bologna and cheese
    at the picnic area - there is nothing cheaper in the general area - unless
    you hit McD's or In n Out!

    There are some great places in Huntington Beach I can recommend, but
    they are atleast 20-30 min from the park...
    Lazy Dog on Beach in the same plaza with Target (west of the 405)
    or Super Mex (the HB location anyway) on Beach west of Warner (closer to
    the actual beach) in a plaza with I believe it is an Albertson's
    DIRECTIONS: From DLR go West on Katella (or Ball) to Beach and then turn left
    and go South on Beach. You can find a local phone book for specific addresses
    both, however, will be on your left as you head South (towards the beach)
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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Will no one mention the Spires off Ball and Euclid? (Okay, well I guess I just did.) No trip to the OC is complete unless I get their Mozzarella Sticks.
    Does anyone even bother with signatures anymore?

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mathius
    This one restaraunt inside Knotts Berry Farm, not the Chicken one but inside the park in Ghost Town, themed like an old fashioned western restaraunt. Fantastic ribs!
    Ghost Town Grill

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    OK here is one may not be cheap but man its great NORTHWOODS!!

    Huge portions too!!!

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Quote Originally Posted by radiobarry
    I'm a little confused - is this thread about restaurants "off property" or merely restaurants outside the theme parks? - Barry

    Quote Originally Posted by tbminnie
    Supposed to be off property.
    How are you defining "Off Property". I just figured it meant close enough to go eat then comeback without taking up too much time. <shrugs>
    Last edited by Uzmati; 07-19-2006 at 04:18 AM.
    IMO - YMMV - FYIGM


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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    can anyone recommend a good Japanese restraunt?

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    No Japanese resturant to suggest but a good Chinese one.

    Chu's Wok Inn
    13053 Chapman Ave

    Head south on Harbor, turn left on Chapman, go about two blocks and it is on the left.

    We were skeptical the first time we went there but it became a favorite
    everytime we went to Disneyland in the following 10 years. Quiet, good food, friendly people.

    During the winter months when Disneyland closed early, we head straight over there. We usually request a booth in the bar area. Usually, we're the only ones in the secluded bar area which is nice!! A quiet, romantic way to end a great day at Walt's park.

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    It used to be the Spaghetti station. But alas it is gone... sniff

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Close to Disneyland, there is Mr Stox. Pricey but good, with an amazing wine selection and killer crab cakes.


    When the wife and I vist Disneyland we always go to Ruth's Chris in Irvine on our first night. Their steaks are yummy!


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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    My faves back in the day were Katella Deli and The Starting Gate right across from Los Alamitos racetrack

    or if i was in the mood for fish, Los Alamitos Fish Company was the place for me!


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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    The BEST burger in California is at Fatburger...hands down!! I get just a regular Fatburger with cheddar cheese, but they do have some unusual burger toppings but my boss gets the "King Chili Cheese"...I am not brave enough to eat a burger with eggs, bacon and chili on it! He said it is the best. Also, try the "Fat Fries or Onion Rings" they're also very tasty! http://www.fatburger.com/home/

    The best Mexican that I have ever had in Anaheim is Los Sanchez. They used to be on Harbor Blvd. across the street from Target but they have moved and their new location is not finished to my knowledge. The food is great, very affordable and the people are very nice and friendly. Hopefully they will re-open before my next visit.

    I will also add the WORST place that we have ever eaten at is Captain Kidd's. It is across the street from Disneyland!! Stay away!! Everyone in our group of 10 felt sick when we left.

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Fudruckers how could any of you not picked that it's like the perfect resturant?!!!!

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Quote Originally Posted by MinniesYooHoo
    The BEST burger in California is at Fatburger...hands down!! I get just a regular Fatburger with cheddar cheese, but they do have some unusual burger toppings but my boss gets the "King Chili Cheese"...I am not brave enough to eat a burger with eggs, bacon and chili on it! He said it is the best. Also, try the "Fat Fries or Onion Rings" they're also very tasty! http://www.fatburger.com/home/

    The best Mexican that I have ever had in Anaheim is Los Sanchez. They used to be on Harbor Blvd. across the street from Target but they have moved and their new location is not finished to my knowledge. The food is great, very affordable and the people are very nice and friendly. Hopefully they will re-open before my next visit.

    I will also add the WORST place that we have ever eaten at is Captain Kidd's. It is across the street from Disneyland!! Stay away!! Everyone in our group of 10 felt sick when we left.
    BTW Fatburger has been reported as the fatest place to eat in LA for fast food.

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    I will also add the WORST place that we have ever eaten at is Captain Kidd's. It is across the street from Disneyland!! Stay away!! Everyone in our group of 10 felt sick when we left.
    I totally agree on this one!!! Someone suggested it to us and we took the bait - and that's about what was served to us. So bad.

    The other place I hate - IHOP. Our friends went there and we went into the park for breakfast - their bill was so much more, we got about the same thing and we got the ambiance of the park!

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    Re: Favorite off property restaurant?

    Quote Originally Posted by MinniesYooHoo
    The BEST burger in California is at Fatburger...hands down!!
    Fatburger is like In-and-Out... but GOOD! And their fries are awesome, unlike In-and-Out's WW2 war criminal fries...
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