Magic Kingdom Pecos Bill’s Guacamole Status Update

You know how some people say “If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes”? We feel like the Magic Kingdom is on a race to out-pace Mother Nature when it comes to making changes. Because even though we just brought you What’s New from the Magic Kingdom a few days ago, we have more to add!

First we’re moseying over to Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Cafe where there are a couple of big menu changes to note. First, the Southwest Angus Burger is off the menu — following in the footsteps of the Taco Burger, which disappeared from the menu last month! The only remaining burger at Peco Bill’s is the Bacon Cheeseburger.

Pecos Bill's Tall Tale Cafe Menu Changes

Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Cafe Menu Changes

The second Pecos Bill’s change is a bummer: Guacamole is now a side sold for $2.00. You’ll recall that it’s been a staple on the Fixin’s Bar for a while, so this is a drag!

Peco Bill Menu Changes

Peco Bill Menu Changes

Guacamole -- for a price!

Guacamole — for a price!

Sigh.

Meanwhile at Casey’s Corner, we’re pretty happy to see a new drink: Odwalla Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy!

Casey's Corner menu

Casey’s Corner menu

We told you about this one over the weekend because we couldn’t wait to share it! We are fans of the Mint Julep Bar in Disneyland, so getting a version on the east coast is exciting!

Frozen Mint Julep Lemonade

Frozen Mint Julep Lemonade

This non-alcoholic Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy is subtle, sweet, and tart — all of which we applaud. It’s a terrific option for the impending heat of summer! Hopefully it’ll stay on the menu for a while!

Mint Julep Time!

Mint Julep Time!

Okay, now that’s it. We say, waiting for more changes to drop, as they always do! And we’ll bring them to you as they happen!

What do you think about these newest changes? Let us know in the comments! 

Comments

  1. Nic Butterworth says

    By all accounts, the menu has been updated once again, with both the Citrus Swirl and Orange Cream (the orange swirl renamed) available! Happy days!

  2. Michael says

    The Citrus Swirl has already been brought back. It is back on the menu at the Sunshine Tree Terrace as of today. Disney listened fast to the guests complaining on this one :)

  3. Dr. Leonid K. Soup says

    The free guacamole leaving should come as no surprise. Disney forums are full of dirtbags crowing about making a meal out of the guacamole and condiment bar. The only surprise is that it lasted as long as it did.

  4. Gay says

    So is there anywhere left in the park to get reasonably priced food? $13.49 for an ordinary burger is ridiculous. Pecos Bill’s was one of the few places we didn’t feel ripped off for a quick lunch. Guess we’ll be leaving the park for all our meals now. Bummer!

  5. Leo Balas says

    Can you attend the Halloween party at Disney without purchasing a special ticket. We were there for the x-mas party bought three tickets to it and we were given cookies, hot chocolate and allowed to use of the rides. So many people were there without bands and it was almost impossible to see the parade. We were told at the resort that you needed a ticket to attend, but there were so many people without bands. Could we go into the park and enjoy the parade and fireworks or do we need to purchase extra tickets to do this

  6. DFB Sarah says

    Leo, a separate special event ticket is required to attend Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Cast members are on hand to check for wristbands at various locations, including the entrances to rides. Guests without tickets/wristbands are not allowed in the park to watch the fireworks or parade.

  7. Leo Balas says

    Maybe I stated my question wrong. If we are in the park on the day of the party, do we have to leave at 7 pm or does our ticket for the day let us see the parade and fireworks. The only reason for the question is at the x-mas party the park was full of people without bands, and I felt that I bought something that I did not need to see the fireworks and parade.

  8. DFB Sarah says

    Leo, thanks for the clarification. Cast members begin asking guests without tickets/wristbands to leave at seven on party days. They also begin checking for wristbands throughout the park at that time — including at the entrances to rides, attractions, and character meet and greets.

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