Disneyland Resort Dining
The following highlights are just a few of the nearly 80 culinary adventures to choose from throughout the entire Resort.
Napa Rose – Disney’s Grand Californian® Hotel & Spa
Napa Rose, the award-winning signature restaurant of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel, specializes in California Wine Country cuisine and celebrates the bounty and heritage of California. The restaurant offers nearly 70 wines by the glass and has a cellar holding more than 16,000 bottles.
Goofy’s Kitchen – Disneyland Hotel
Goofy’s Kitchen is a “tooned up” eatery offering a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet, souvenir and visits by Chef Goofy, Pluto and other Disney character friends.
Tangaroa Terrace—Casual Island Dining- Disneyland® Hotel
Fast-casual dining experience offering island-inspired food and beverages for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Tangaroa Terrace – Casual Island Dining also offers grab ‘n go selections convenient for guests eager to enjoy the parks.
Wine Country Trattoria – Disney California Adventure park
Traditional Mediterranean favorites and savory new dishes reflective of the fresh bounty of the wine country. Wine Country Trattoria signature items include; Pasta Your Way, Wine Country Shrimp and Arugula Salad with Smoked Chicken along with diverse selection of wine that captures the essence of the wine growing regions of California and Italy.
Blue Bayou Restaurant – Disneyland park
Found in New Orleans Square, this award-winning restaurant appears to be situated on a mansion terrace overlooking a balmy, moonlit Louisiana bayou. Actually indoors, the restaurant is adjacent to the mysterious waterway that carries would-be buccaneers on their voyage through the thrilling Pirates of the Caribbean adventure. Guests can dine on such Southern-style cuisine as Monte Cristo sandwiches, jambalaya and Caribbean crab cakes.
Downtown Disney District Restaurants
The restaurants at Downtown Disney have something for everyone, and include Catal Restaurant, ESPN® Zone, House of Blues®, Tortilla Jo’s, Rainforest Café®, La Brea Bakery and Café, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen and Naples Ristorante e Pizzeria.
More Disney Dining Fun Facts
Hot diggity dog . . . Refreshment Corner, better known as Coke Corner on Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland Park, sells enough hot dogs in one year to circle Disneyland 36 times.
A mountain of sweets . . . Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street, U.S.A., in Disneyland Park sells enough ice cream in one year to build a full-size replica of the park’s Matterhorn mountain.
Here comes the bride . . . About 250 wedding cakes a year are baked and decorated in the Disneyland Hotel pastry kitchen. The kitchen also produces 3,000 celebration cakes for birthdays, anniversaries and other special celebrations.
Sommeliers set a new standard . . . The Napa Rose restaurant at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is an extreme rarity in the restaurant world in terms of wine service. At last count, Napa Rose had 41 certified sommeliers; few restaurants anywhere could top that.
Royal Street Veranda . . . Check out the wrought-iron balustrade above the Royal Street Veranda restaurant in New Orleans Square in Disneyland Park. The initials at the center are those of brothers Roy and Walt Disney. The balcony belonged to an apartment being constructed for Walt before he died (now the Disneyland Dream Suite).
“Oscar’s Choice” . . . There’s just one dish named after a cast member and it’s “Oscar’s Choice” at Carnation Cafe on Main Street, U.S.A, in Disneyland Park. Oscar was hired at Disneyland in 1956 and has been on the team at Carnation Cafe since 1967. He has more years of continuous service than any other cast member at Disneyland Resort. The breakfast creation is scrambled eggs with melted cheddar cheese, potatoes, bacon or sausage, a croissant and fresh fruit.
The most wedding proposals . . . Blue Bayou restaurant in New Orleans Square competes for this honor with the wishing well in the park’s Fantasyland.
That’s a lot of chowda . . . Guests consume 14,000 bowls a year of the signature Charred Nebraska Corn Chowder at Storytellers Cafe, at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
Not your classic Caesar . . . On the menu at Rancho del Zocalo in Frontierland Disneyland Park is Hacienda Chicken Caesar Salad. The Caesar is Mexican in origin, not Italian, says Disneyland Chef Jesse Tiscareno. It originated at the Caesar’s Palace Hotel on Revolution Avenue in Tijuana.
How many bottles? . . . Napa Rose at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa offers a selection of nearly 70 wines by the glass from an award-winning list of more than 450 international wines (80 percent Californian) and a 16,000-bottle wine cellar.
Award winners . . . Twelve restaurants at the Disneyland Resort won honors from the Southern California Restaurant Writers, including the Golden Sceptre – the highest honor – for Napa Rose and Steakhouse 55.
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