Mickey’s Toontown “Restaurant Tour” at Disneyland!

Mickey’s Toontown is the perfect place to visit when you want to feel like a kid again. It’s easy to believe that you’ve been dropped right into a cartoon as you venture into this land based on Toontown in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Exploring Mickey’s and Minnie’s houses, and seeing all the cool detail, is one of my favorite things to do here!

And it’s great knowing that Toontown is still alive and kicking in Disneyland, since it went by the wayside to make room for New Fantasyland expansion in Walt Disney World.

But what if you’re looking for a bite to eat in the land of ‘toons? You’re in luck! There ain’t much to eat in Mickey’s Toontown, but what’s there sure is fun!

Toon Town Restaurants

Toon Town Restaurants

Among the wonky architecture and interactive attractions in Toontown, you’ll find an assortment of stands for grabbing a bite to eat between rides. And no worries about picky eaters — everything here is sure to please even the littlest members of your crew!

Let’s take a little tour of the counter services spots and see what they have to offer. Fortunately, they’re all nestled close together, similar to a food court – great for a family or group whose members all want something different for lunch!

Counter Service Eats in Disneyland’s Toontown

The first stop on Toontown’s Restaurant Row is Daisy’s Diner. Donald’s girlfriend serves up Pizza in two varieties — Cheese or Pepperoni. Pizzas are individually sized, and are pretty standard Disney pizzas. If you’ve eaten Disney counter service pizza anywhere else, you’ll know what to expect.

You can also get a limited assortment of drinks here — Soda-Pop, Milk, or Juice. The Souvenir Sipper is also available. We’ll see a pic of that in a sec. There are also a few desserts available as well.

Daisy's Diner

Daisy’s Diner

The next stop is Pluto’s Dog House. CUUUUUTE! ;-) I have serious love for that hotdog skewered on the fork above the window. Even the road signage out front lets you know what’s happening in this part of town.

Pluto's Dog House

Pluto’s Dog House

It probably won’t surprise you to find out that Pluto serves up Hot Dogs. Get a basket with a side of Apple Slices or Chips.

Pluto’s also features a few Kid’s Meal options, including a Kid’s Hot Dog or Turkey Sandwich, which both come with sides. There’s also a Toddler Meal featuring Macaroni and Cheese. Assorted desserts are available here, too.

In the drink department, Souvenir Sippers are also for sale here, along with the same beverage options that Daisy’s Diner features. However, you can also get Coffee, Hot Tea, and Hot Chocolate at Pluto’s — which are available in a Travel Mug.

Pluto's Dog House Menu

Pluto’s Dog House Menu

Our next stop is Clarabelle’s! Head to the awning with the cute cow spots if you’re looking for something a little fresher for lunch or dinner.



Options include “Moo” Plate Specials (bahahahahahaha!), and you see the word “salad” used here liberally. (Well, compared to the other spots, anyway.) You can also score a Kid’s Power Pack here — that udderly (I had to) popular assortment of healthy snacks that keeps your little trooper going.

Sweet treats include Vanilla Yogurt Parfaits made with Fresh Fruit, and some Frozen Treats too, including Mickey Bars and Mickey Premium Ice Cream Sandwiches.

Clarabelle's Menu

Clarabelle’s Menu

Finally, there’s also a great little Frozen Drink Stand. Themed as a camper that’s taken up permanent residence, I love stopping by here for a frosty frozen beverage! Ah, drinks in the icee genre. How I love you.

Frozen Drink Stand

Frozen Drink Stand

Flavors probably change up a bit, but the day we visited you could choose from three different varieties. In the bright-as-a-rainbow category, both Blue Raspberry and Wild Cherry were available.

Frozen Drinks

Frozen Drinks

But fans of Red’s Apple Freeze at the Cozy Cone Motel and Le Fou’s Brew in Magic Kingdom’s New Fantasyland — take note! You also have 100% Frozen Apple. It doesn’t have the toasted marshmallow syrup or foams that the the other drinks have, but it’s similar in flavor, and might arguably be a slightly healthier option (??).

And there’s that souvenir sipper we told you about!

Apple Freeze

Apple Freeze

Although there is plenty of do-not-miss food in Disneyland that might overshadow the humble offerings in Toontown, I still think this is a completely awesome place to grab a quick bite to eat while I’m doing a little people watching.

So if you’d like to order a pizza from a duck and a hot dog from an actual dog house, by all means, let’s head there together on my next visit!

Have you tried the Disneyland Toontown counter service spots? Which one is your favorite?


  1. Vik says

    One thing I will add — the food doesn’t open with the land. We were back there on a busier day when early entry was at 8, the park officially opened at 9, and ToonTown opened at 10. None of the food (including the drink stand) opened until 11:00! I had very hungry kids who had been in the park for almost 3 hours and nowhere nearby to feed them. It would be nice if Disneyland opened at least one stand or counter service with ToonTown.

  2. emily says

    I love the Toddler meal. Looked all over for something like that at Disney World. Kids meals are just too large for my 2 year old.

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