Must-Try Menu Items at the 2024 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival

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Must-Try Menu Items at the 2024 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Disneyland Resort guests can savor a smorgasbord of specialty dishes, beverages and experiences during the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival, taking place March 1 through April 22, 2024. Participating dining locations, select carts and ten festival marketplaces – including the new plant-forward Earth Eats marketplace – peppered throughout Disney California Adventure Park serve irresistible bites and beverages inspired by California’s diverse culinary scene. Select locations in the Downtown Disney District will also feature specialty menu items in celebration of this year’s festival. Guests can view the full festival menu on the Disney Parks Blog or pick up a Tasting Passport during their visits.

Sip and Savor Pass

Guests may choose to purchase a Sip and Savor Pass*, which can be shared among friends and family, or used over multiple visits to this year’s Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival. New this year, guests can choose between two Sip and Savor Pass types: a new four-coupon option and the returning eight-coupon option. Each coupon is redeemable for a select food item or nonalcoholic beverage from participating festival marketplaces or dining locations. More details are available on

Exciting new offerings

This year’s festival offers more than 80 new dishes for guests to discover, including:

  • Baja-style fish taco from LA Style: Cabbage slaw, cilantro-lime crema and pico de gallo (Plant-based)
  • Shrimp papas locas from Peppers Cali-Ente: Cheddar-bacon potatoes with jalapenos cheese sauce and chipotle shrimp
  • IMPOSSIBLE chicken parm bites from Earth Eats with tomato and cheese sauces and grated parmesan
  • Loaded baked potato from Paradise Garden Grill: Seasoned steak tips and BBQ baked beans topped with cheese sauce, tangy slaw and green onions (Plant-based)
  • Cheeseburger bao from California Craft Brews with thousand island dressing, grilled onions, pickles and tomato relish

Delightful selection of delicious drinks

From specialty cocktails to nonalcoholic creations, the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival has a wide selection of new refreshing beverages. Notable highlights for 2024 include:

  • Fig matcha latte from Golden Dreams: Matcha, soy milk and coconut and simple syrups, topped with a fig oat sweet cream and garnished with matcha powder (Nonalcoholic)
  • Spicy strawberry cocktail from LA Style: Gin, strawberry and tamarind purees, strawberry syrup, pineapple juice, chile spices and Tajín chamoy, garnished with a tamarindo straw
  • Huckleberry-citrus cooler from D-Lish: Gold Peak black tea, huckleberry and agave syrups, grapefruit soda, and lemon and orange juices garnished with an orange wedge (Nonalcoholic)
  • Watermelon cucumber mojito from Earth Eats: White rum, watermelon liqueur, mojito and cucumber syrups, watermelon purée, and lime juice topped with Topo Chico and garnished with a watermelon spear with Tajín twist.

Dishes inspired by diverse cultures in California

Many menu items draw inspiration from the diverse cultures and cuisines of the Golden State, while incorporating a distinctly Disney twist. These unique creations include:

  • Chicken musakhan from Paradise Garden Grill: Roasted spiced half chicken and sumac stewed onions on flatbread with a Mediterranean salad and garlic yogurt dipping sauce
  • Carnitas-style pork belly from LA Style with esquites corn salad featuring habanero, chili-lime seasoning
  • IMPOSSIBLE beef stroganoff from Earth Eats: Egg noodles tossed in a mushroom cream sauce with IMPOSSIBLE beef and sour cream
  • Calabrian chili glazed salmon from Ballast Point Brewing Co.: 6-ounce pan roasted salmon covered in a Calabrian chili glaze served over a carrot and parsnip purée and miso-marinated bok choy

Sweet treats and confections

Culinary adventurers with a sweet tooth can indulge in confections such as:

  • S’mores caramel tart from California Craft Brews: Graham cracker tart shell filled with caramel and chocolate ganache topped with a toasted marshmallow
  • Frozen old fashioned from Golden Dreams: Nonalcoholic bourbon-flavored ice cream, bitters crema, orange zest glaze, and cherry spheres
  • Raspberry almond cake from Uncork California: Almond cake with raspberry mousse and fresh raspberries
  • Strawberry-lychee shortcake donuts from Lamplight Lounge: Lychee-glazed donuts with strawberry shortcake crumbles, served with vanilla bean ice cream and lychee dip
  • Pink rosé and watermelon sorbet from Salt & Straw: A ripe watermelon and rosé sorbet drizzled with house-made raspberry rosé jam for a crisp tartness that carefully balances the sweetness of wine


Check entertainment details and schedules at or the Disneyland app. Entertainment, experiences, and offerings may be modified, limited in availability or unavailable, and are subject to restrictions, and change or cancellation without notice. Both Theme Park reservations and valid admission for the same Park on the same day are required for Park entry. Park reservations are limited, subject to availability and not guaranteed. Park admission and offerings are not guaranteed. Visit for important information to know before visiting the Disneyland Resort.

Guests must be 21 years of age or older to purchase or consume alcoholic beverages. Limit 2 alcoholic beverages per Guest. A valid photo ID will be required.

*An event Sip and Savor Pass will expire on the stated date and will not be valid at any other event or at any other time. Passes are nonrefundable, subject to restrictions and exclusions, and not valid for Theme Park admission. Certain offerings may be tasting-size portions only, not full entrée sizes. Both valid theme park admission and park reservation required for park entry.

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