This Mickey-themed root beer float is Disneyland’s best new treat

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Disney root beer float

Credit: Bailee Abell / ITM Reporter

We don’t know about you, but we can’t get enough of the photo-worthy desserts at Disney Parks. So when we found out about this beautiful Mickey-themed root beer float at Disneyland Resort, we knew we had to try it as soon as possible.

You can get Disneyland’s latest and greatest cool, sweet drink at GCH Craftsman Bar at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. This awesome spot opened earlier this summer, and it’s been serving up delightful delicacies every since. Everything on the menu looks absolutely delicious, but above all we’ve got to recommend the root beer float…and yes, it’s Mickey-themed.

Disney root beer float
Credit: Bailee Abell / ITM Reporter
Disney root beer float
Credit: Bailee Abell / ITM Reporter

Priced at $8 (the same as a blue milk will cost you at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge), this root beer float is served with an adorable Mickey-shaped sugar cookie, vanilla ice cream, and of course root beer. It may look a little small, but don’t worry: you get the rest of your root beer can to enjoy on the side. Aside from the photogenic presentation, this root beer float still delivers in flavor. We love it!

Disney sliders
Credit: Bailee Abell / ITM Reporter

In addition to the root beer float, we’ve got to recommend the Cali Sliders. Who can go wrong with some delicious wagyu beef burgers? No matter what you order, be sure to enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of this pool bar. Admire the rustic Californian décor, chill in the sunshine, and relax for a while before heading back into the parks for the day or night. We absolutely love dining at Disneyland, and we always want to remind our readers that you don’t have to be a guest at a Disney resort hotel in order to eat there!

We can’t recommend GCH Craftsman Bar enough for the leisurely atmosphere, delicious food, and awesome drinks. Even if you’re visiting just to try that root beer float, you won’t be disappointed!

What’s your favorite lesser-known dining spot on Disney property? Let us know in the comments!

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