Foodie T-Shirts Take Over Disney!

If you’ve got a love of food and want to wear your heart on your sleeve, or rather your stomach on your chest, then Disney has a way to make that happen.

We saw the launch of food-themed clothing a while back with these fun cupcake patterns and, of course, the Turkey Leg T-shirt:

But the trend continues! The recently retooled merchandise shop at Epcot’s America pavilion now stocks a selection of non-Disney food-themed tee shirts and baseball caps. These items evoke Americana nostalgia, much like the shop’s new candy selection. Take a look:

Buckeye Donuts.

Joe's Cable Car Restaurant.

Otto's Sausage Kitchen and Meat Market.

Fuggedaboutit Pizzaria.

Gino's Deep Dish.

Loveless Cafe.

Capone's Root Beer.

Chicago Style Hot Dog.

Superdawg Drive In.

Manny's Cafeteria and Deli.

Over in the Germany pavilion, they’ve also got a collection of German food-themed shirts.

Big stein.


Bier Queen.

Got Bier?

It's the wurst.

Brews, brats, pretzels.

And if by some chance you can’t make it to Epcot, but are in the New York City area, head on over to the Disney Store in Times Square where you can find Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy in a foodie mood:

World's greatest slice.

NYC best hot dog.

Minnie's Diner.

Which ones are on your shopping list?

Check out more of Erin Foster‘s articles for Disney Food Blog in her Disney Food for Families Column!

Thanks to Kara Bacon for the Turkey Leg T-shirt image!


  1. Jenny says

    I think this made me love Superdawg even more than ever (and since i’m from chicago my love for superdawg is pretty strong :)

  2. marcellina says

    those are so fun! I especially like the NYC shirts… the only thing that I can think of that would be more fun is if Disney came out with a line of teeshrits for the Disney restaurants so we could show our favorite restaurant love! Or maybe even tees for the more famous treats at Disney? Can’t you just see it? Dole whip teeshirts or school bread shirts? great post!

  3. Jenny Prey says

    Superdawg, yes! It’s a 5 minute drive from my house, just up Milwaukee Avenue! Thanks for posting this picture.

  4. says

    So fun! Otto’s is a local Portland, Ore. meat market – how cool for them to have their shirt featured at WDW!

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