We love the vibe here, and the eats have been seriously good over the years. The breakfast they served here for a while was truly delicious. (Sadly it’s gone away!)
Walt Disney World’s Pop Century Resort is known for its nostalgic take on all things, from decor to food. This is the place to get your hands on Tie-Dye Cheesecake, Quiche, and Pot Roast just like Grandma used to make! (Okay, maybe Grandma wasn’t making Tie Dye Cheesecake…)
Everything Pop is the shopping and dining locale for the resort, and just like all great food courts, there are tons of options to suit every palate.
The Disneyland Donut Cart has done it again! They’ve brought back the Dole Whip Donut!
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!
BoardWalk Bakery has long been one of our favorite spots to check out rotating cupcakes. Located at the BoardWalk Inn and Villas, this counter service location is conveniently located for an afternoon break from both Epcot and Hollywood Studios (and it’s near Ample Hills Creamery, which we love!)
Popcone is the pit stop for a reinvented street food we love: Elote. You know Elote — corn on the cob slathered in mayo and dusted with Tajin spice. (We even told you about a DIY version available at Disneyland!)
Pixar, Pixar, Pixar: you’re keeping us busy here at the DFB! With the fabulous grand opening of Pixar Pier at Disneyland Resort and the barely-out-of-the-box Toy Story Land that just opened at Walt Disney World, we’re on Pixar overload (and WE LOVE IT).
New Minnie Ears alert! And this time, it’s for the Disney food fans. Because if you never leave a Disney park without eating one of these…
…you’re definitely going to want to wear a pair of these!
Jolly Holiday Bakery Café is a mainstay on Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Resort. It’s got all the Victorian charm of the iconic park’s main drag, plus it’s full of classic and new treats. It’s the place to get a Raspberry Macaron, creative Cupcakes, and everything in between.
Our Disneyland correspondent Heather (follow her adventures on Instagram @DiningInDisney!) stopped in recently to pick up two seasonal treats — both using summer’s jewel: lemon!