Jolly Holiday Bakery is the place to go for bakery treats at Disneyland Resort. We love everything about it, from the styling of the building to the classic and trendy treats within. To join in the Pixar Fest fun, Jolly Holiday Bakery has a colorful and tasty addition to the Pixar Fest Food Checklist!
It’s almost time for PIXAR FEST!!
If you’re heading to Disneyland Resort anytime from April 13th through September 3rd, you’ll have the opportunity to celebrate the friendship and fun of the Disney Pixar films and characters throughout both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure during PIXAR FEST!!!
The celebration will include a new nighttime spectacular, TWO returning parades, Pixar characters, themed food and drinks, and much more! We’re sharing everything you need to know about Pixar Fest… and there’s a LOT to cover, so let’s waste no time!!
Pixar Fest Food Checklist
What’s your favorite Disney Pixar flick? We’ve got the themed foods organized by film below, so you can make sure you find every snack involving your favorite — or favorites! We’ve also got a PRINTABLE PIXAR FEST FOOD CHECKLIST for you to take with you to the park so you don’t miss a thing! WOO!!
You know the adorable scene in Pixar’s Up where Mr. Fredricksen, Russell & Dug are having a tasty treat sitting on the curb of an ice cream shop? Well guess what? That ice cream shop is a real place!
On a recent trip to San Francisco, our good friends took us to a very special place in Oakland, California: Fentons Creamery.
Around since 1894, E.S. Fenton began his business delivering dairy products from a horse drawn wagon. Twenty-eight years later in 1922, the Fenton family opened their first soda shop and ice cream parlor. Fast forward to 2009 and they’ve got Pixar featuring them in their double Academy Award winning feature film, Up. Until our visit, I had no idea that Fentons was a “real” place.
Our visit to Fentons took place on a Sunday night. We didn’t even arrive until after 8:00 pm. In fact, on the way there, I was wondering if our friends had even checked the hours, because what ice cream shop would be [Read more…]
Welcome to the Round-Up! Quick Disney food news recap on this Easter Sunday morning:
- The Epcot Italy Pizzeria Concept Art has been released!
- The Epcot Cantina de San Angel Concept Art has been released!
- The Animator’s Palate on the Disney Dream will be re-styled with a Nemo/Turtle Talk with Crush theme.
Finally, don’t forget to head over the DisMarks Disney Blog Carnival for some great reads (30 submissions!!) about your favorite topics! And now, on to the Round-Up!
The Washington Post showcased these videos of the Marshmallow Peeps Diorama competition, two of which show dioramas themed to Disney movies (Winner: “Eep” — a representation of “Up.” Finalist: “The Mad Hatter’s Peep Party” — a representation of “Alice in Wonderland.)!
Three Baking Sheets to the Wind created some amazing Alice in Wonderland themed cupcakes. Just wait until you see the “Tweedledee and Tweedledum” ones… Wow.
Designing Disney has an Easter Egg Hunt on his blog… see if you can find ‘em!
Disney has released photos of the Walt Disney Signature dining installation in collaboration with design innovator, Cappellini, for this year’s Dining By Design DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS) event in New York City.
AllEars has a great photo blog from The Wave…of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
Disney Parks Blog shows us how to find our favorite candy on Mainstreet USA!
Disney Shawn shows us the ins and outs of Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in WDW’s Magic Kingdom.
Studios Central has a great write-up of the recent counter service menu changes in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Orlando Sentinel talks about butterbeer at the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios (I know…not technically Disney…but awesome!)
WDW Radio shares a special find — the Adventureland Veranda serving meals again…if only temporarily!
Disney Every Day has some pics of breakfast at the Polynesian Resort’s Kona Cafe.
Magical Kingdoms reviews Cafe Mickey in Disneyland Resort Paris.
Well, folks, “when it rains, it pours” regarding Disney food news this week! Here’s a recap from DFB before we launch into the Disney Food Post Weekly Round-Up.
- The Wishes Dessert Party in the Magic Kingdom is now booking through May.
- Additional news and rumors were reported about Epcot’s Italy pizzeria, and Cantina de San Angel.
- Three restaurants in Epcot will have Extended Dining Hours through April 10th.
- A Chef’s Counter option may be coming to Flying Fish Cafe
- The April/May Tables in Wonderland Events have been announced.
- In Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the Studio Catering Company has re-opened with a new menu
Plus, if you’re a Disney blogger, considering joining the DisMarks Disney Blog Carnival this week!
Now, on to the Round-Up! For those of you who are new to Disney Food Blog, each week we scour the web for some of the best Disney food writing around, then highlight it on our Sunday blog post. Enjoy!
Disney History Institute talks Disney and General Mills, with a focus on a Disney-fied August 1955 issue of The Modern Millwheel of General Mills.
Main Street Gazette has an awesome post about “Widowmaker Fries.” Don’t know what they are? Neither did we… check it out!
DF ’82 takes us on a tour of Colonel Hathi’s Pizza Outpost in Disneyland Paris Resort.
Gorillas Don’t Blog has an enchanting post and some keen photos of the current whereabouts of the Disneyland Carnation Truck from Carnation Corner.
Tasty Chomps goes to Epcot’s Sommerfest! Yum!
Disney Every Day reviews Whispering Canyon Cafe…and has a really big knife to boot!
Babes in Disneyland shares a pic of an adorable Disneyland Easter Treat!
WDW Radio‘s Lou Mongello takes us on a video tour in search of the best snack in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
SamLand’s Disney Adventures pays homage to his Flying Fish Cafe “Chef’s Counter” meal (I wish there were pictures, but the descriptions of the courses are mouth-watering). Scroll down to mid-post for the restaurant visit.
AllEarsNet blogger Mike Bachand brought pics back from the first Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Garden Town Breakfast.
Disney Parks Blog reports new evening hours at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill.
OC Register highlights a “Cheap Disneyland Kids’ Meal That’s Not Nasty.” You HAVE to love that title.
Cakewrecks shares a coolio “UP” cake…keep scrolling down and you’ll find it!