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New Menu Items Coming to Downtown Disney Food Trucks

The fleet of Disney Food Trucks may have settled into their new home, Exposition Park at Downtown Disney West Side, but their menus continue to evolve.

Superstar Catering, the food truck inspired by Disney’s Hollywood Studios, is getting a brand-new menu. Look for a pork shank served with Gruyere macaroni and cheese and a sausage and caramelized onion flatbread. My favorite on the menu? ‘A Taste of Hollywood Studios,’ which features samplings of the BLT Soup from Sci-Fi Dine-In Restaurant and the Famous Cobb Salad and mini grapefruit cake from The Hollywood Brown Derby.

Game Day Chicken and Waffles

On the Fantasy Fare food truck, look for Game Day Chicken and Waffles — Buffalo-style chicken with Sriracha maple and blue cheese sauce, served with cornbread waffles. Also new to the lineup: sweet potato puffs topped with marshmallow cream and candied pecans; these tasty bites are not to be missed. In addition to these goodies, the classic hand-dipped corndog and grilled ham and cheese sandwiches are now served with waffle fries.

Have you visited the Disney Food Trucks at Exposition Park yet? Which is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below.


  • The Chicken & Waffles sound good–I always end up missing the dinner-waffle items at MK’s Sleepy Hollow, since their menu ends early, but can never find them anywhere else.
    And DTD should be the place to catch any good food you can’t find in the parks.

  • If anyone is travelling with someone with allergies, the DTD food trucks can help you out. A few weeks ago, they checked on ingredients for me, even calling back to the kitchen where some things were prepped.

  • I might have missed it in your article, but is there a time frame on the changes?

  • Oooh new food items!! Sounds like some of these are vegetarian-friendly! (But please correct me if I’m wrong?)

  • is this option one for the Disney dining plan? Would this be a quick service meal? thanks 🙂

  • What’s the price range of the offerings at the food trucks?

    • Hi Angela, prices range from $5 – $14, with most meals costing around $10.

  • Is Baby Cakes coming back? there is no where to get gluten free treats Downtown or in Walt Disney World like they had, all in one place any more and they are dearly missed… It was our go to shop for a nice treat with the kids.

    • Hi Crystal, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC is now open in the heart of Downtown Disney. If you liked Babycakes, you’ll love this venue — it’s the same owner and concept, just with a new name. Look for gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, vegan treats at this new stand-alone location.

  • My husband and I both LOVED the pot roast sandwich from the Superstar Catering truck. Hope you’re keeping that one on the menu!

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