With Disneyland reopening in Orange County with only a few quick services and table service dining options including Carthay Circle, we have some great news for Disneyland theme park foodies! Many of the Disneyland restaurants we all know and love will be reopening very soon!
I know travelers at Disneyland Park have missed sipping on Fuzzy Tauntauns and listening to DJ R-3X rock it (in his quirky way!). Well, all you bounty hunters, smugglers, and galactic travelers will be happy to know that Oga’s Cantina will open on June 17 with bookings available June 14. Under the shadow of the spire!
Guests who are visiting Disney’s California theme park will also be pleasantly surprised as Disney announces that brunch in Lamplight Lounge will be offered once again! Here are more details as Disney shares:
Planning to visit Disney California Adventure Park? You can soon get your fix of plant-based Potato Flautas (my fav!) or Indulgent French Toast at Lamplight Lounge Brunch, opening July 9 with bookings available June 14. (Friday, Saturday, Sunday Brunch only.)
Located in the Pacific Wharf of Disney California Adventure, and next to Pixar Pier is one of Disney’s most gorgeous Napa Valley dining experiences. Savor a taste of Italy and relax while taking in the tranquil settings of Wine Country Trattoria Restaurant once again. Bookings are available on June 14 and plan to reopen on July 17.
Guests will enjoy a feast of tender Rib-Eye Steak and Spaghetti Aglio Olio and savor an array of wine and cocktail selections.
Missing your Mexican-inspired dishes from Rancho del Zocalo? Craving your Candy Palace treats? Here are a few more places opening soon as Disney Parks Blog states,
Tiki Juice Bar (mobile order available) – Opening June 17
Docking Bay Food & Cargo (mobile order available) – Opening June 17
Alien Pizza Planet (mobile order available) – Opening June 17
Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante – Opening June 17
Candy Palace – Currently making Nuttles (chopped pecan pieces layered with freshly made caramel with a dollop of milk chocolate on top) on Monday and Friday
Candy Palace – Currently making Rocky Road (mix of milk chocolate, chopped almonds, and house-made marshmallows in a small pie tin) on Saturdays
For those who are visiting Downtown Disney District, don’t miss out on these new Disney classics with a twist, as Disney shares,
Beignet-flavored Cocktail at Ralph Brennen’s Jazz Kitchen – Wedding cake-flavored vodka, vanilla syrup, butterscotch schnapps, and half and half topped with a mini glazed beignet
French Toast Churro at California Churro – Dusted in powdered sugar and served with a side of maple syrup
Check back with Inside the Magic for more information on Disneyland Resort dining options and new updates happening inside Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme parks!
Which Disneyland restaurant are you excited to visit again? Let us know in the comments below!