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Plaza Inn

A sign that reads Plaza Inn

Disneyland Park

Main Street, U.S.A.

Valid Park Admission Required

American Cuisine
Buffet/Family Style, Character Dining


✓ Annual Passholder Discounts

Drop “inn” for hearty American fare the whole family will love and a lively Character Breakfast with some favourite Disney friends.

Casual Fare, Opulent Backdrop
Dine on home-style favourites in a lavish Victorian setting, one of the original landmarks of Disneyland Park. Drenched in dazzling décor, it’s no surprise that the Plaza Inn, which opened in 1955, was one of Walt Disney’s favourite places to dine.

It’s also become a go-to spot for many Guests over the years—and when you taste the restaurant’s signature Specialty Chicken, you’ll understand why. This delicious dish features 3 pieces of herb-seasoned fried chicken served with mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables and a buttermilk biscuit. Slow-roasted pot roast and penne pasta with marinara, Bolognese or chicken pesto-Alfredo sauce present selections sure to please any palate.

The Plaza Inn also offers a Chopped Salad and Chipotle-Pineapple Glazed Salmon, along with kid-sized chicken or pasta plates and seasonal desserts. Serve yourself soft drinks from our beautiful, antique-style beverage fountain before finding a seat in the grand dining room—or feast al fresco on the spacious patio. It’s the perfect place on Main Street, U.S.A. for people- and parade-watching!

All menu items are subject to change without notice.

Steeped in History and Elegance
The Plaza Inn, formerly known as the Red Wagon Inn, has been feeding hungry park Guests since opening day. Back then, a VIP lounge, wet bar and private bathroom accommodated Walt’s special Guests, and smartly jacketed doormen greeted diners at the entrance.

Designer Lillian Disney, Walt’s wife, handpicked many of the restaurant’s authentic 19th-century interior furnishings. Take note of the Victorian stained-glass ceiling, marble foyer and ornate gingerbread woodwork, which were all salvaged from an old home in Los Angeles’ historic St. James Park neighbourhood.