Disneyland Resort has been working on reimagining many of the dining and shopping experiences available at Downtown Disney. And soon, the resort’s shopping, dining, and entertainment district will feature a new array of eats and treats, both savory and sweet, just in time for the holiday season.
New to the Downtown Disney District will be Asian Street Eats by Chef Hung Huynh. The restaurant is part of Earl Enterprises, parent company of Earl of Sandwich and other eateries. It will operate as a take-out window and serve different tempting Asian-inspired dishes. Asian Street Eats will be located at the west end of Downtown Disney and will be the first of this restaurant to be established in Orange County.
Items on the menu at Asian Street Eats will include rice bowls, scallion pancake wraps, pot stickers, kids’ meals, Japanese sodas and teas, and strawberry and mango mochi for dessert. (Who doesn’t love mochi?!)
Jamba Juice–now simply called Jamba–features delicious smoothies, fruit bowls, and juices. It only recently shortened its name, ahead of the modernizing its new store design at Disneyland’s Downtown Disney District.
Jamba Juice will close for renovations later this fall and will reopen as Jamba in 2020, complete with a new look and design, which will be inspired by the chain’s California juice-shop roots. The store will include modern touches of light wood and colorful environmental elements, all in an effort to create the perfect backdrop against which to enjoy your favorite fruits however you like them.
Jamba at Downtown Disney will also feature a digital menu, online ordering via the Jamba mobile app, as well as in-store “grab-and-go” coolers so that ordering and picking up your Jamba favorites is easier than ever.
Both Asian Street Eats and Jamba are some of the fresh examples of changes coming to the Downtown Disney District in an effort to enhance Guests’ experiences. We can’t wait to try both!
What’s your favorite spot to eat at when you visit Downtown Disney? Let us know what you like best in the comments section below.
Source: Disney Parks Blog