Archive for the ‘Romantic Restaurants’ Category

Best Italian Eats in Anaheim

April 11th, 2016

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, you know you’re in Anaheim! The city is home to some of the most delicious Italian joints around, like Mama Cozza’s, where you can indulge on seafood stuffed mushrooms, chicken parm, fried ravioli, and of course every combination of pizza you can imagine.

Uncooked tortellini with cheese on a table

At Milan’s Grill the menu features cream Dijon, homemade lasagna, chicken limone, and a peppering of German dishes to spice things up, like their apple strudel for dessert and pork schnitzel. A taste of Europe is dished up in the most unexpected of ways, and it’s sure to delight.

Little Italy

Enjoy the feature at Baci di Firenze Trattoria, like the generous chicken menu with pollo marsala, pollo al porcini, and pollo alla Carolina. The soups, salads and starters perfectly complement the impressive menu, and seasonal favorites are dreamt up on a regular basis. Here, you’ll find no shortage of authentic, rustic Italian fare.

Of course, you can’t miss Miceli’s, famous for being the oldest Italian restaurant in LA. With singing waitstaff at the ready and wine bottles covering the ceiling, it’s an experience you’ll never forget and one that’s truly LA.

Spend Valentine’s Day at Disney

February 4th, 2016

Romance is all around, and there’s nothing like celebrating Valentine’s Day at Disneyland. Historically, there are shorter lines in February than any other month of the year, so you can count on an intimate outing with your loved ones. The Downtown Disney District has different special events, all love-themed of course, throughout the month and especially on the big day itself. However, this V-Day is right before President’s Day, so many travelers will be making the most of their three-day weekend.

Nothing pairs with the adrenaline rush of a thrill ride like some fine dining. Luckily, Disneyland has gourmet fare down to an art. Go to the Alfresco Tasting Terrace, one of the few bars in the park where the views are phenomenal and the setting is romantic. The Big Thunder Ranch Barbecue is a favorite for couples and families who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty.


The Perfect Evening

Carnation Cafe is a sweet spot for a snack, brunch, or to indulge in desserts. Try Carthay Circle Lounge, another restaurant serving adult beverages, for light bites in a cozy setting. Cove Bar is another prime choice, where romance blossoms and the cocktails are divine.

Fantasmic! dining packages are always a great idea so you can enjoy dinner and a show in one fell swoop. When you think romance this year, think Disney—it’s where fairytales come true!



Heavenly Holiday Desserts that are Sinfully Good

December 9th, 2015

Cookies and pies and cakes, oh my! By far, one of the best parts of the holidays is all those heavenly desserts—and that’s exactly what the Heavenly Holiday Desserts festival brings to Anaheim by the pie crust-full! From November 22 through November 23, you can learn baking techniques and try the most decadent of desserts featuring seasonal flavors. Chocolate, pumpkin, peppermint, cloves, cinnamon, and more come together thanks to the Cooking Schools of America located at 3309 Hyland Avenue in Costa Mesa.

The Chef Instructor is on hand to walk you through making your own sinfully good treats. From homemade ganache to cupcakes to die for, all the secrets for a wicked dessert will be revealed. Of course, there’s plenty of time for tasting from the experts, too. Indulge in chocolate peppermint bars, pumpkin gingerbread cupcakes, and brandied pear galette.

Pies on Cooling Racks

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

For just $65, you’ll learn how to make the flakiest of pie crusts, and sample some of the most extraordinary pies imaginable. It’s the ultimate way to kick off Thanksgiving week, and you’re sure to get a few ideas for your own holiday gathering.

On both days, the event takes place from noon until 3pm. Make reservations online, or by calling 714-453-2665. Your friendly Park Place Inn & Mini Suites can help with reservations and directions.

Romantic Dining In and Around Disneyland

February 20th, 2014

UnknownAfter a long day in the park riding rides and fighting the crowds, why not head out to a nice dinner just the two of you? We have several romantic spots that will surely sweep you off your feet and help you to relax after a long day.

Blue Bayou, inside the park at Disneyland, tops the charts for romantic dining experiences. With delicious entrees ranging from steaks, to jambalaya, to seafood it is a highly sought after restaurant. To make your meal more memorable and romantic, be sure to request a table beside the water.

Another place to visit for a romantic night out is Napa Rose. Also in Disneyland park, Napa Rose makes you feel as if you are sitting in Napa Valley. Try reservations at the Chef’s Counter for a unique experience and excellent food.

Had your fill of Disneyland or want to get away from the crowds, no worries, The Ranch Restaurant, Roy’s Restaurant and Ananheim White House are all located in close vicinity.

The Ranch Restaurant, a steakhouse, not only has enormous portions but the menu is outstanding. Take your pick from the Cowboy Ribeye, Chilean Sea Bass or Lobster Mac and Cheese. You won’t leave here hungry.

If you are looking for something a little more exotic, Roy’s is just the spot. With a Hawaiian fusion flare, you are bound to find something new and exciting to try. Show up a little early for their Aloha hour with discounted drinks and appetizers.

And if you really want to impress, Anaheim White House will do the trick. An old historic home nestled in a quaint neighborhood, Anaheim White House oozes romance from the minute you lay your eyes on it. The romance continues inside to the elaborate display of food that is set in front of you. Save room for dessert! The Grand Marnier Souffle is a crowd pleaser.

To finish off your night, prop up your feet and enjoy a relaxing evening here, with us. Be sure to check out our rates and specials on our website.