From updated menus to holiday sale items and Guest Experience kiosks to new merchandise, Magic Kingdom has it all! Let’s take a walk through the park, shall we?
There’s no shortage of great new eats coming to Disneyland Resort for the holiday season, and but if you want to get your paws on something new today, you’ll want to bumble your way over to Hungry Bear Restaurant! The official DisneylandToday Twitter page reveals that this charming quick service spot has a brand new menu!
Happy Halloween Time from the land of the churros — Disneyland Resort!
Churros are a massive hit with the masses, whether Disneyland is celebrating something special or, you know, it’s just a Tuesday. At the Frontierland churro cart near Big Thunder Mountain, guests can currently pick up the Orange Sugar Churro as part of the Halloween Time offerings — and it’s so much more than just an orange-tinted sweet treat!
We recently gave you a heads up that Disneyland Resort icon River Belle Terrace is now serving table service breakfast, and if you thought we’d miss a chance to review this offering, you were sorely mistaken. 😉
Disneyland correspondent Heather Sievers (@DiningInDisney) headed in and ordered everything on the menu — all for you!
River Belle Terrace is a Disneyland icon for a reason: the dining location has been a fixture since the park’s opening, although its name has changed over the years. The current moniker has been in place since 1971, and the style and decor? Oh, just you wait!
You know… there are places that just surprise you with new eats time and time again in Disney World. And one of those places is located in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland.
We were just at Golden Oak Outpost to try the recently added Jalapeño Poppers and Fried Cauliflower to the menu here. And now? We’re already back to check out a couple of brand new milk shakes at this ever-changing spot! But they’re not just your basic chocolate or vanilla. [Read more…]
Sometimes the only way to make a Disney food even better than the original is to make it mini. We submit mini Mickey Waffles as irrefutable evidence.
And now Golden Horseshoe in Disneyland Resort’s Frontierland is providing another piece of proof for this theory.
Ready to see our favorite new “mini” option in Disneyland?!? Here they are!
Golden Oak Outpost is a counter service spot conveniently located between Frontierland and Adventureland in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. Featuring fried eats and outdoor seating, it’s the place to grab some Chicken Nuggets, Waffle Fries with Queso, or Chocolate Chip Cookies.
We enjoyed some Barbecue Chicarrons back in February, along with some Chili Cheese Waffle Fries, but these items were recently replaced with two new fried options: Jalapeno Poppers and Cauliflower!
The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland at Walt Disney World has had a bit of an identity crisis over the years.
Formerly a seasonal counter service spot, the restaurant is now a seasonal table service location. And while Diamond Horseshoe was once home only to an all-you-care-to-enjoy platter (which began as a temporary offering back in 2016), it was announced that beginning May 16, the menu would also include some a la carte options.
And that’s where Diamond Horseshoe stands today: it’s open seasonally and with limited hours (typically 1PM to 7PM), serving table service eats with both an a la carte and all-you-care-to-enjoy menu. And with the advent of the 2018 Disney Dining Plan’s alcohol-included policy, diners can now enjoy a glass of wine or beer with their meals as well.
But with the cycles of Diamond Horseshoe’s menu life seemingly always up in the air, this Magic Kingdom staple has maintained its Old West style and laid back atmosphere. And after my most recent visit, I might say that’s the best thing Diamond Horseshoe has going for it.
Diamond Horseshoe is a rootin’, tootin’ kind of spot, holding fast to its frontier styling in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland. And we love it for that.
You already know that Pixar Fest is the place for classic Disneyland Resort snacks with a twist — like many, many versions of the churro and some loaded funnel cakes (like this one inspired by Toy Story).
Guests joining the friendship party can also grab a full and fun meal at Carnation Cafe, where retro eats like a Fried Bologna Sandwich are satisfying the need for some old-fashioned fun. And who can forget the Remy-approved three-course meal at Cafe Orleans?
But if you’re in the mood for a meal with a little more spice, get yourself to Frontierland and check out the Coco-inspired menu at Rancho del Zocalo.