Anaheim - The Phoenix Club

1340 South Sanderson Avenue

The Phoenix Club is a German-American cultural center in the heart of Orange County, California. Inspired by German heritage and traditions, the Phoenix Club has a European charm and warmth that has made it one of the most popular places in the region to gather for family fun, good food, and special events. The Phoenix Club is the largest German Club in Southern California - possibly in the United States - and offers many activities for its Members from Choir Singing and Dance Groups to Bowling and Soaring to Soccer and Table Tennis.

We invite you to enjoy the amazing traditional German cuisine in the Loreley Restaurant and the Bier Stube and to join us at special events held throughout the year. Our beautiful grounds and facilities are often the site for business events and private parties and maybe even the site for your next event.


Angela Nguyen

Sunday, April 8, 2018
Very good German food. I love the bratwurst with German mustard and French fries. I would will go back to visit them soon. They host Oktoberfest there as well. It is a lot of fun to attend. Great food, desserts, souvenirs, and drinks.

Rob Griffith

Friday, March 30, 2018
Sorry, but the food here is horrible. I can not recommend it. This is from both myself and my wife feeling this way. I have eaten Herman food before so I do know what it should taste like. Poor quality food. I did not try the bar food so maybe the bar appetizers are better but if you want a meal forget it. You pay 5$ for parking when there is an event at the Honda center. You can walk there

Gyovanna Monreal

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018
I love this place. Having lived in Germany and enjoyed the food there, I can honestly say this place offers some of the most authentic German food around. Great atmosphere, excellent service, and the beer is almost as perfect as it is when I visit Germany.

Young Kang

Saturday, March 31, 2018
Good place to just beer yourself up. Honestly, nothing special about the place but I like it nonetheless. Price can be cheaper though.

Margarethe McLeod

Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018
My grandfather loved this place and actually ate his last public meal here, two bratwurst and a beer. He was 95 years old and just passed away the day after Christmas. Almost his whole family came out to celebrate his life and eat bratwurst and saurkraut in his honor! The grapefruit ipa was delicious as were the brats and kraut! Highly recommend!

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Anaheim Oktoberfest 2014

Oktoberfest for over 50 years! Our delicious German food, German beer on tap, Polkas and Prosts in our Festzelt and Biergarten, will have you Partying like a German!Traditional Oom Pah Pah bands play everyday!  Our Schuhplattler perform most Saturda…

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