If you?ve grazed your way through the show floor one too many times, here?s a list of dining options for everything from a morning java jolt to evening entertainment:
For smoothies packed with nutrients vital to surviving Expo, head to Jamba Juice. 1550 Disneyland Dr.; 714.774.0521.
Follow the aroma of artisan breads to La Brea Bakery. 1556 Disneyland Dr; 714.490.0233.
Silverscreen Caf? is one of the few independent local coffeehouses in Anaheim. 179 W. Harbor Pl.; 714.491.0011.
Midday Meals and Casual Dinners In Downtown Disney, Catal offers Mediterranean fare in a casual setting. Try the mustard-roasted salmon wrapped in grape leaves and slathered with lemon vinaigrette. 1510 Disneyland Dr.; 714.774.4442.
Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria features wood-fired pizzas, sandwiches and pastas downstairs. The upstairs menu is more extensive, specializing in Italian-inspired seafood, risotto and poultry. 1550 Disneyland Dr.; 714.776.6200.
Thuyen Vien, a family-style vegetarian restaurant, specializes in Vietnamese delights such as sweet and tangy barbeque tofu and steamed jicama rolls with tasty sauces. 11080 Magnolia St., Garden Grove; 714.638.8189.
Look for such vegetarian Chinese treats at Veggie World as tofu tempura, wonton soup, or curried, braised or sauced delights. 3505 E. Champion Ave, Ste. E, Orange; 714.744.0008.
Yogiraj, an easygoing vegetarian restaurant, features Bengan Bharta, a spicy eggplant stew, and Pullav, a saffron-scented rice with vegetables. 3107 W. Lincoln; 714.995.5900.
Set in a 1909 Victorian home, Anaheim White House is an award-winning Italian seafood restaurant. A good choice for meeting with important clients. Reservations essential. 887 S. Anaheim Blvd.; 714.772.1381.
With oversized portions of Asian fusion dishes, including Kung Pao Calamari and filet mignon smoked in jasmine tea, you won?t be disappointed at Five Feet. Anaheim Marriott Suites, 12017 Harbor Blvd.; 714.383.6000.
Celebrate California?s bounty at Napa Rose, which features more than 600 wines and cuisine from the state?s ranches and farms. Reservations recommended. Disney?s Grand Californian Hotel, 1600 Disneyland Dr.; 714.956.6755.
Yamabuki leaves the theme-park kitsch behind and transports diners through Japanese cuisine. Disney?s Paradise Pier Hotel, 1717 Disneyland Dr.; 714.956.6755.
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