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Hi Amanda! We're making our 1st trip to Disneyland this March as a family of 2 adults and a 9 y/o princess. What are your "must-do" dining experiences both in the parks and the resort hotels? Thanks so much! Love the moms panel!
- Asked by Tiffany from OK on 3/8/2012
Mmmmmmmm...... I just LOVE eating at the Disneyland Resort, and with so many tasty opportunities it's not hard to see why!
I have listed my dining "Must-Dos" below and have categorized them by area:
Cafe Orleans - Be sure to try the Monte Cristo and Pommes Frites
Blue Bayou - The setting is reason enough to go
Corn Dog Castle - just because
Mendocino Wine Bar - Not a restaurant but boasts a great selection of wines by the glass
Wine Country Trattoria - great pastas...be sure to request an outdoor table
Steakhouse 55 - one of my favorites on property. I love the food and the decor.
Goofy's Kitchen - Great for kids of all ages. Character Dining
Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar - Fun and fabulous drinks in an incredible interactive environment.Great appetizers too. Love the lettuce wraps.
Grand Californian Hotel:
Napa Rose: Fine Dining at its best... great intimate setting and fabulous menu
Storyteller's Cafe: Home to my favorite Character Breakfast featuring Chip, Dale and many woodland friends! Also great for dinner! Offers buffet and à la carte options.
Catal- Spanish influenced upscale menu! Great outdoor terrace.
Naples Pizzeria- Yummy Neapolitan-style pizzas similar to WDW's Via Napoli (same company)
Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen- Cajun favorites with a twist! Live Music too!
Be sure to call Disneyland Dining up to 60 days in advance to make Priority Seating reservations. (714)781-DINE.
I'm all out of room! Please write back for additional info! -Amanda F.