Where to Find Family-Friendly Fare in Anaheim Hills

Note: Please call ahead to check the status of these businesses before attempting to visit. 

Photographs by Emily J. Davis

Bandeño Mexican Food
Open since November 2019, this family business serves traditional Mexican food, from tacos and burritos stuffed with carne asada, grilled chicken, and carnitas ($3 to $8) to chiles rellenos, mole, and shrimp a la diabla ($10 to $12). The kitchen cooks up pots of menudo and pozole ($8.50) on Saturdays and Sundays. 466 S. Anaheim Hills Road, 714-363-3889

Kaffeine Alley
The aesthetic at this new coffeehouse is sleek and modern, with polished concrete floors and wood tables. But the menu reveals a sense of fun; drinks include a cookie butter latte ($5.25) and a milk tea topped with Fruity Pebbles ($5.25). The cookies-and-cream waffle comes smothered in chocolate sauce and whipped cream ($6.50). 6312 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road, 714-202-5731

Jackboy’s Dog Bakery
This favorite of pet lovers is known for its custom bone-shaped dog birthday cakes, but it also stocks cupcakes and cookies flavored with coconut, peanut butter, vanilla, carob, and pumpkin. Everything is made from scratch with olive oil and without artificial colors or flavors. 430 S. Anaheim Hills Road, 714-783-7939

Photograph by Emily J. Davis

Hummus Bean
This location of the popular Mediterranean restaurant started serving its kebob plates late last year. They come with a choice of salmon, chicken, or beef with generous sides of rice, salad, hummus, and pita ($14 to $16) and pair well with virgin mojitos ($4). 5745 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road, 714-363-3707

Good To Know
The first Hummus Bean location opened in 2017 at Center Street Promenade in Anaheim.

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