Hot Diggity Dog: You Have To Try This NEW Hot Dog Available At Disneyland

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Mickey Pretzel Dog

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The Lunar New Year celebration is in full swing over at Disneyland!

From now through February 9, Disneyland guests can celebrate the Lunar New Year at Disneyland Resort with delicious dishes and delectable desserts, but there is one Disneyland Lunar New Year food item that is catching our eye.

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Mickey Chinese Hot Dog Bun

Mickey Pretzel Dog
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The Mickey Chinese Hot Dog Bun from Prosperity Bao & Buns is sure to bring that Disney magic to your taste buds.

This Mickey-shaped hot dog bun consists of small hot dogs throughout the bun, making each and every bite delicious! The bun itself looks similar to a pretzel bun as it is pretty thick and clearly has a touch of salt.

More About The Lunar New Year Celebration

Lunar New Year Merchandise
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Related: Foods & Festivities, Meet Mulan & Mushu, and MORE at Disney’s Lunar New Year

Disneyland guests will have the opportunity to enjoy unique entertainment performances inspired by different Asian cultures, from music to dancing.

You can also meet your favorite Disney characters dressed in Lunar New Year outfits, including Mulan, Mushu, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse! And, of course, there will be beautiful festive décor throughout Paradise Gardens Park in Disney California Adventure for you to enjoy as you eat and drink your way into the Lunar New Year.

Related: Just Announced: 2020 Lunar New Year Sip and Savor Pass

Lunar New Year
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Need Help Planning Your Disney Vacation?

If you want to visit Disneyland Resort to ring in the Lunar New Year, but need help planning your trip, don’t hesitate to reach out to our friends over at the Authorized Disney Vacation Planners at Academy Travel for a free quote.

Do you plan on visiting Disneyland for the Lunar New Year celebration? Let us know in the comments.

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