Eight Ways to Enjoy Disney California Adventure Park: The Flavors

Michele Himmelberg

by , Public Relations Director, Disneyland Resort

If you’re a foodie, you know how delicious the Disneyland Resort can be. And if you’re not a foodie, there are so many flavors at the new Disney California Adventure park that the food itself becomes an experience to savor. Whether it’s the sauces at Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, the grilled meat and pita bread at Paradise Garden Grill or the handcrafted cocktails at Carthay Circle Lounge, there’s so much to please your palate.
The Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Café at Disney California Adventure Park

This is the last in our series about fun ways to enjoy the newly reopened Disney California Adventure park. With the park’s grand reopening last June, Cars Land and Buena Vista Street brought even more tempting food and beverages to the menu.

Today’s list of places to visit at Disney California Adventure park is for guests who appreciate small bites and fine dining, gourmet meals and comfort food, specialty chocolate and fresh fruit.

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  • The food is amazing in both parks thats one of the first things we start looking at as soon as we book our trips to the park. the food is just as good as the rides…. We always make a point to hit up the lounge thats connected to Ariels Character dining, for the Lobster nacho’s. Also found that the new cozy cone motel is amazing stop for food. Best combo was getting the churo bites and soft serve ice cream and dipping the churo bites in the ice cream best little treat on a warm day.

  • Indeed, there are lots of very tasty food options at Disney California Adventure!

  • My gf and I can’t believe how amazing the Chili Cone Queso is (especially when its cold). We always get it with the Vodka Pomegranate Limeade at the end of the day!!! Its our favorite meal!

  • The food is excellent at DCA! I am looking forward to a Valentine’s Day dinner with my hubby at Carthay Circle.

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