In the heart of Anaheim, California — just minutes away from Disneyland — sits Anaheim White House, a historic fine dining establishment fit for any occasion from a business dinner to a wedding ceremony.

With dining rooms named after US presidents and adorned with European-inspired decor and murals, Anaheim White House delivers a timeless elegance to make your meal or celebration memorable.

And yet, this sophistication is coupled with an intimate that makes guests feel comfortable and right at home.

“It’s the personal touch that matters,” said Sylvano Ibay, the general manager at Anaheim White House. “It’s like having a wedding at home. It’s a magical restaurant and a historical landmark that brings elegance and old-world charm to any ceremony.”


The Anaheim White House restaurant was once nestled quietly among an enormous orange grove in the early 20th century and home to a beloved doctor and his family for more than 50 years. The home was converted to a fine-dining restaurant in the 1980s but this enchanting mansion, which was built in 1909, still stands with the same floor plan and many of the original windows and fixtures. The restaurant is registered as a historic national landmark.


Anaheim White House stands alone as the perfect backdrop for a glamorous wedding ceremony.  The restaurant’s quaint and enchanting elegance is evident as soon as you enter the doors. The West Wing Ballroom is 1,600 square feet and is the perfect venue for weddings ranging from 50 to 130 guests. The ballrooms elegant interior stuns with flowing golden drapes, sparkling crystal chandeliers and a beautifully crafted wood floor. The lush gold chiavari chairs highlight the interior decoration.

The garden area is an ideal pairing for an at home feel and common place for cocktail hour and mingling among guests and family.

For a smaller scale or intimate wedding, the Anaheim White House offers several private rooms that can accommodate two to 40 guests.


It is Anaheim White House’s mission to create lasting memories and make your special day one to remember. Wedding menu packages have been tailored to represent the award-winning exquisite cuisine personally approved by Chef Eduardo Meza. Couples may choose from the Silver three-course menu ($70 per person), Gold three-course menu ($80 per person), Platinum four-course menu ($90 per person), or the Diamond four-course menu ($100 per person).

Each package is inclusive and comes with a specialty menu, non-alcoholic beverages, tax, gratuity and champagne toast.

Package upgrades for wedding cakes, flowers and DJs are also available.

The restaurant requires neither a room fee nor a minimum. There are also no time restrictions on the ballroom, our way of providing maximum service for your dream wedding timeline.


Anaheim White House is a family-owned restaurant operated by general manager Sylvano Ibay, and his uncle, Chef Bruno Serato.

The fine-dining establishment is well-known for its incredible work in the local community. Through Caterina’s Club, a non-profit organization started on behalf of Serato’s mother Caterina in 2005, Anaheim White House serves about 1,800 homeless “motel children” in Orange County every night.

More than one million meals have been served to date. For his work in the community, Serato was chosen as a Top 10 CNN Hero in 2011 and received the Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s Presidential Award.

To donate to Caterina’s Club, please visit http://www.caterinasclub.org/.

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