What a cool bit of news! In addition to the World of Color Table-Service Dining Packages, Disneyland Resort has also released info on World of Color Picnic Meals! June 10th Update: To book online, follow our World of Color Picnic booking primer.
World of Color Picnic Meals Details
Beginning June 11th, boxed picnic meals will be available online at Disneyland.com or by walk-up purchase at the Sonoma Terrace at Golden Vine Winery in Disney’s California Adventure. Note: Picnic Meals are NOT available to order through the Disneyland Dining Phone Line. Here are a few details:
- Picnic meal options include four selections for adults: “The All American” (cold honey-stung fried chicken), “The Taste of Asia” (chilled miso-glazed salmon), “The European Antipasto” (cured meats, regional cheeses, artichoke heart, sun-dried tomato) and “The Mediterranean Vegetarian” (marinated grilled vegetables in a whole wheat wrap with roasted garlic hummus). Kids’ options for chidren ages 3-9 include “The Junior All American” (chicken), “The Lunchbox Classic” (peanut butter and jelly) and “The Little Squirt’s Box” (apple wedges, string cheese).
- Online orders may be placed up to 60 days in advance but may not be placed on the same day as redemption. Orders may be picked up at the Sonoma Terrace from 2:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
- Subject to availability, guests who order Picnic meals online will be assigned to the evening’s first show, and guests who make a walk-up purchase will be assigned to that evening’s second show.
- All picnic meals with “World of Color” Reserved Viewing are priced at $14.99 and must be redeemed for the designated reserved show date and time. No refunds, exchanges or other discounts.
- Each guest entering the reserved viewing area must have reserved viewing area admission. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Guests may only enter the viewing area during designated times and no early or late admission will be allowed. Guests in large parties may not be guaranteed admission within the same reserved viewing area. Separate theme park admission is required.
This news comes to us from the Disney Parks Blog.