Pri-Med West 2010 At-a-Glance

Conference attendees who are looking for places to eat and things to do while in Anaheim, here is a list of suggestions.

Restaurants

Anaheim White House Restaurant

887 South Anaheim Blvd.

Call for reservations: (714) 772-1381

www.anaheimwhitehouse.com

Foxfire

5717 East Santa Ana Cyn Rd.

Anaheim, CA

Call for reservations: (714) 974-5400

www.foxfirerestaurant.com

House of Blues Anaheim

1530 S. Disneyland Dr.

Anaheim, CA

Call for reservations: (714) 520-2334

www.houseofblues.com/venues/clubvenues/anaheim

Mr. Stox

1105 East Katella Ave.

Anaheim, CA

www.mrstox.com

Paris Restaurant

1160 West Ball Rd.

Anaheim, CA

Call for reservations (714) 535-1622

http://dinesite.com/info/rstrnt-241396/?&t=2117846&vx=347

Roy’s

321 W. Katella Ave.

Anaheim, CA

Call for reservations (714) 776-7697

www.royrestaurant.com

What to do on your down-time

Art in Public Places

This exhibit, set along the streets of Anaheim’s historic center, features artwork like “Hammer Clock" by Daniel Martinez, the "Sinking Canoe" by Nobi Nagasawa, and the Anaheim "A" benches by Buster Simpson. The below site provides visitors with a map of where to find the artwork, a history of the project, and contact information. It also allows conference-goers who plan to visit the exhibit the chance to preview the artwork online.

http://www.anaheim.net/com_dev/aipp/index.htm

Muzeo

Three exhibits will be on display at the Muzeo Museum during the conference. The “State of the Blues” photography exhibit “pays homage to the living legends of the Mississippi Delta blues” through portraits, “Frogs: a Chorus of Colors” includes more than 150 live frogs and interactive components, and the “Holy Art of Imperial Russia: Icons from the 17th Century to the Early 20th Century” provides a glimpse into known and unknown images from the era. Information about hours, fees, and driving directions can be found online.

http://www.muzeo.org/home.php