Fun Eats at the Golden Horseshoe for ‘Limited Time Magic’ at Disneyland Park

‘A Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue’ at Disneyland Park

Starting Thursday, get a taste of “Limited Time Magic” at the Golden Horseshoe at Disneyland park, where the celebration includes a special tribute to the historic “Golden Horseshoe Revue” but also includes some fun eats that will make the whole experience even more fun.

The bite-size renditions of the Monte Cristo are back, one of the all-time favorite Disneyland sandwiches. Indeed, the delightful little bites are on the “Limited Time Magic” menu just for this show that runs from January 10-14, January 17-21, January 24-28 and January 31-February 4.

“A Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue” takes you back to the days of musical variety shows (the kind that Walt Disney loved), but the food is decidedly contemporary – crispy mozzarella sticks, chicken wings, chicken salad and those Monte Cristo nuggets served with sliced apples and blackberry jelly. (You still can get the popular chili cheese fries and the chili in a bread bowl with shredded cheese.) And a special sweet ending is red velvet cake with cheesecake mousse, raspberries and a snazzy can-can girl decoration.

To reserve a seat for “A Salute to the Golden Horseshoe Revue,” stop at the podium at the entrance to the Golden Horseshoe on the day you want to see the show. A cast member will issue a ticket for the preferred show time, based on availability, which you’ll need for admission. (Anyone old enough to remember that this is the way it was done back during the show’s original run?)


  • Other than the CD and boot, what exactly is better for the AP shows? Is the show gonna be longer? And less crowded? Basically I want to know why it’s worth it to go to the AP show instead of the regular one.

  • sweeeeeet love to be there going to give it a try!!!!!

  • Mini Monte Cristo bites? I can’t wait! We are going next weekend, so will have to make The Golden Horseshoe one of our stops!

  • They served these Monto Cristo bites up at Jingle Jangle Jamboree during the Holiday Season. Most of the time they were very good but they had to be brought out and kept warm under a heat lamp. Sometimes the edges were burnt. I expect they will be better in the Horseshoe because the kitchen is right there. I do have a reservation for one of the AP nights but am looking forward to seeing a daytime show also.

  • This is not the same food as for the AP shows, but I wish it were, it would make me much more likely to purchase one.

    As for the ticketing, this is the way they used to do Billy Hill and the Hillbillies as well when they first opened.

  • Is this the same food being served for the AP shows?

  • I can not wait!!! So happy I had already planned a trip to be there.

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