Looking for a fun snack with some holiday cheer? Head on over to the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square for some Candy Cane Beignets!
Beignets are always a good decision, and Candy Cane flavored ones are an excellent decision.
Let’s head back to one of our favorite ice cream spots in Disney California Adventure: Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream!
Named after Clarabelle Cow (you can learn a little more on the backstory of her name — and subsequently the shop’s name — here), this cute little spot is located on Buena Vista Street in DCA. [Read more…]
Holiday Time at the Disneyland Resort is here! You know what that means???? It’s time to taste all of the things!
When this year’s list of specialty items came out, I was definitely most excited for the Holiday Funnel Cake from the Stage Door Cafe at Disneyland. Located in Frontierland, the Stage Door Cafe is just around the corner from the Golden Horseshoe. This counter service gem serves up some of Disneyland’s classic favorites.
The Stage Door Cafe is known for its small, but perfect menu! In addition to their famous Hand Dipped Corn Dogs (yes, the same ones served at the Little Red Wagon on Main Street!), they also offer Chicken Breast Nuggets, Fish & Chips, and House Made Funnel Cakes.
Late last year, information began to surface regarding 21 Royal Street, a private dining venue available to members of the exclusive Club 33 at Disneyland. There was some chatter, however, that 21 Royal Street might be available to the public, and not just Club members.
February of 2016 will bring BIG changes to two beloved Disneyland dining locations.
First, Frontierland’s River Belle Terrace will change from its current status as a Counter Service location to a Table Service option serving lunch and dinner only as of February 10, 2016.
The menu will focus on “Southern barbecue staples” such as ribs and chicken as well as sustainable seafood offerings. Of course, this change means that River Belle Terrace will soon be accepting reservations (the date guests will be able to start booking has yet to be announced). [Read more…]
Great news, Star Wars fans!
Tomorrowland Terrace in Disneyland has recently transformed to celebrate the Star Wars Season of the Force debut at Disneyland.
The resort is currently celebrating all things Star Wars, and along with that celebration comes the grand opening of the Galactic Grill. Last week I was invited to the restaurant’s first service to try out some of the new offerings.
Located in the heart of Tomorrowland, this counter service restaurant is serving up Star Wars themed menu items with clever names and some clever ingredients, too! The menu offers both “Dark Side” and “Light Side” foods. You have to choose which side you’re up to trying!
They’re almost here... Hand-Crafted Candy Canes are on the way back to Disneyland for the season, and we’ve got the dates!
If you’re unfamiliar with the Disneyland Candy Canes, you’ve gotta check out this post about Heather’s awesome Disneyland candy cane adventure.
Award Wieners in Disney California Adventure serves up gourmet hot dogs and sausages that are just a little outside the box. So if you decide to stop in for a bite, bring your sense of adventure with you!
I love that Award Wieners often runs specials to coincide with whatever the Disney Movie du jour is. We’ve enjoyed some fun, film-inspired eats and drinks here, like the Teriyaki Street Dog and Coconut Milk Tea that honored Big Hero 6. And who could forget the Wizard Blizzard and Yellow Brick Roll, to mark the opening of Oz, the Great and Powerful? [Read more…]
DFB is welcoming guest author Lori Hope with a review of the PCH Grill. Nestled in Disneyland’s Paradise Pier Hotel, this restaurant serves up breakfast and dinner. Today, we are checking out the bonfire buffet, which debuted this Summer!
Disney’s PCH Grill at Disneyland’s Paradise Pier has created a delicious Beach Side Bonfire nightly buffet. We usually head to Storytellers Cafe, but we were staying at Paradise Pier and we are always excited to try something new. Paradise Pier is a bit out of the way if you are in the parks, but it is just at the end of Downtown Disney so it isn’t too far.
We made an advance dining reservation, but it was not too crowded when we went. The staff greeted us right away and we had no issues adding another guest to our party.