At Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Flame Tree Barbecue is cooking up Baked Mac and Cheese with Pulled Pork, topped with coleslaw and onion rings. In addition, pickle lovers will be excited to learn that the popular Kosher Pickle, currently offered at Liberty Square Market in Magic Kingdom Park, has arrived at the Harambe Fruit Market in Africa!
If you’re still craving some barbecue after your safari, then try out the pizza of the month at Pinnochio Village Haus in Magic Kingdom Park! The BBQ Chicken Pizza is made with barbecue sweet sauce and topped with sweet onions and roasted chicken. You’ll have until the end of October to partake in this flavorful flatbread!
On the hunt for a quick snack? It’s just a short stroll over to Gaston’s Tavern to try out the new Cheese Platter. This platter includes a variety of fruits and cheeses that guests of all ages can enjoy! And right next door at Prince Eric’s Village Market, where you can find a 10-oz pretzel served with delicious beer cheese sauce.
Batter up! The new Hot Dog of the Month is here for October at Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A. The Octoberfest Dog features a beer-braised bratwurst on a pretzel roll, topped with caramelized onions and whole grain mustard. Be sure to stop by and try this new offering before it finishes its home-run at the end of October.
Say “Aloha” to the Seven Seas Samoan, a new addition to the breakfast menu at Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. These appetizing poached eggs come with citrus hollandaise sauce on pulled pork and turkey hash, with mustard greens and tomatoes tossed in a citrus vinaigrette.
More of a Best “Sips,” over at Disney Springs, these new Wine Slushies at Amorette’s Patisserie are sure to grab the attention of wine aficionados everywhere! Choose from one of two flavors, Strawberry Shiraz and Mango Moscato, or venture for a third option that’s not on the menu and ask the cast member at the counter to swirl the two flavors together!
Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Fairfax Fare is now offering a 7-Layer Rice Bowl! This bowl comes filled to the brim with grilled chicken served over cilantro rice, black beans, roasted corn medley, pico de gallo and sour cream. The dish is topped off with cheddar cheese and accompanied by warm tortillas. If you’re hanging out on Sunset Boulevard, come on down and try out this delicious Latin-inspired specialty!
At Disneyland Resort, there’s a brand-new item brewing just in time for Halloween! Stop by Carthay Circle Restaurant at Disney California Adventure park, if you dare, to try the all-new Witch’s Fingers. These pretzel “fingers” come with a roasted almond “nail” on the end, but be warned – you won’t find this on the menu. Ask a cast member about this new spooky snack, available through October 31!