Will you be celebrating romance, friendship, or family at the Disneyland Resort in February? Then be on the lookout for specialty treats and menus at some of your favorite Disneyland dining locations celebrating St. Valentine’s Day on February 14th!
Of course, with Valentine’s Day falling on a Sunday this year, a few spots will be celebrating all weekend long…
Keep an eye out for Valentine’s Day Cotton Candy at street carts around the park on Valentine’s Day. (Be sure to look for this sweet treat around Disney California Adventure, too!)
Carnation Cafe will feature “Surf and Turf” with sirloin steak and a shrimp skewer with vegetables on the 14th.
The beautiful Blue Bayou Restaurant will offer a “Sweetheart Duet” on February 14th: bacon-wrapped filet mignon and halibut with accompaniments. Guests at the Blue Bayou Restaurant will also have the chance to enjoy a “Sweetheart Toast” for $11.95 per person. The toast includes sparkling cider served in a champagne flute engraved with the Blue Bayou logo, which is yours to keep.
And Cafe Orleans will offer Sautéed Shrimp and Andouille Sausage with zucchini and cherry tomatoes and linguine pasta in a cream shrimp fume.
Disney California Adventure
On February 13th and 14th, Carthay Circle will feature the Sweetheart Dinner for Two.
For $140 (plus tax and gratuity), your meal will include three courses: lobster and asparagus to begin, followed by Steak Florentine for two, served with sautéed Brussels sprouts, parsnips and bacon, and roasted fingerling potatoes with Brie. The dessert course will be Chocolate Hearts for Two with chocolate espresso and white chocolate raspberry served with warm chocolate sauce.
The following carts will be selling teddy bear-shaped bread and heart-shaped bread throughout the weekend: Mortimer’s Market, Pacific Wharf area carts, and the Boudin Bread Cart. The Pacific Wharf carts in particular will also have a Valentine Sugar Cookie up for grabs.
Wine Country Trattoria will offer a February 14 special. An arugula salad will be followed by your choice of lobster tail or surf ‘n turf with beef tenderloin and shrimp with vegetables. A ricotta cannoli with a berry compote will be dessert.
Right above the Trattoria, the Alfresco Tasting Terrace will serve a special dessert sampler: a vanilla fruit tart, raspberry macaroon, and tiramisu will be paired with a sparkling wine.
Disneyland Resort Hotels
at the Disneyland Hotel will offer a unique meal from February 13th – 16th. Shrimp and scallop cassoulet with fried artichoke and lobster cream will begin the three-course meal. The second and main course will feature broiled filet mignon with morel mushroom fettuccine and asparagus, while raspberry-white chocolate crunch cake will make up dessert. Guests will also find the same special available in the Steakhouse 55 Lounge.
Napa Rose at Disney’s Grand Californian will serve “Chef Andrew Sutton’s Four-Course Country Valentine’s Day Dinner” on February 14th.
Storytellers Cafe will serve Bacon-wrapped Filet Mignon with a Cabernet reduction and lobster-sun-dried tomato risotto on Valentine’s Day.
And finally, Disney’s PCH Grill buffet at the Paradise Pier Hotel will have a seafood saute station alongside their carving station and wood-fired pizza station (and don’t forget the Mini Taco station and Macaroni and Cheese bar). Also available will be special sweets in honor of the day.
Here’s wishing you a fun-filled Valentine’s Day, no matter where you celebrate!
Which of these options would be your ultimate Disneyland Valentine dining experience? Please let us know with a comment below!