Pixar Fest kicks off all over Disneyland Resort on Friday — and things are starting to look different in more ways than one. Take Redd Rockett’s Pizza Port in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland, for instance. The Counter Service spot is undergoing a transformation — also known as an overlay — for the duration of Pixar Fest as it becomes Alien Pizza Planet, themed for Pixar’s Toy Story!
The little green men are taking over, and we’d love to give you a look at what they’re serving. And we’ll start, of course, with PIZZA!!
Look for slices of Cheeseburger Pizza ($8.49) with ketchup, yellow mustard and pizza sauce on a sesame seed crust and further topped with cheese, caramelized onions, diced tomatoes, slider patties, a house-made burger sauce, and pickles. This will be served alongside slices of Mega Pepperoni ($7.99), Lunar Cheese ($7.49) and Venus Vegetarian ($7.99 — “Celestial” Tomato Sauce with Roasted Seasonal Vegetables topped with Mozzarella Cheese). Look for Pepperoni, Green Pepper and Mushroom slices ($7.99) to land as well.
Pastas include Terra Nova Vegetable Pasta ($11.99), Count-down Chicken Fusilli ($11.49), and Green Miso Pesto Pasta ($10.49).
Antipasto, Edamame Noodle, and Chicken Caesar are the salad varieties ($10.49 each). And Breadsticks ($4.99) or Side Salad ($4.49) can be selected to go with any meal.
Kids can choose from Space-getti with Meatballs ($6.99) or Cheese Pizza ($6.49), and Yummy Cheesy Macaroni will be the Toddler Meal ($4.49).
And for dessert? Choose between a Blackberry Lime Parfait ($5.99) or an Alien Macaron ($5.99).
But let’s be honest: that Alien Macaron is kind of a no-brainer, right?
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Remember: Alien Pizza Planet is not the first overlay of an existing Counter Service location in Disneyland. The first was the transformation of the Pinocchio-themed Village Haus into the Red Rose Taverne for the release of the live-action version of Beauty and the Beast.
What was supposed to be a temporary overlay still stands, and you can check out the results of that transformation below to get an idea of a themed Disneyland overlay!