disneyland dining Archive

Lucky Fortune Cookery Review

Lucky Fortune Cookery is a counter service restaurant in Disney California Adventure’s Pacific Wharf at Disneyland Resort. This review features photos of the food and ambiance, plus my thoughts on this restaurant. The menu is very basic, consisting solely of made-to-order Asian rice bowls. You start by choosing a protein: chicken, beef, and tofu. Then

Smokejumpers Grill Review

Smokejumpers Grill is a counter service restaurant in the Grizzly Peak Airfield area of Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort. This restaurant replaces Taste Pilots’ Grill, and is the counter service restaurant in the park with a safe menu of standard burgers that will appeal to a broad cross-selection of guests. The restaurant is themed

Steakhouse 55 Breakfast Review

Steakhouse 55 is a fine dining restaurant in Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Resort. This review features food photos of breakfast served at this dining spot, along with some tips, and thoughts on the ambiance. Steakhouse 55 is open for breakfast and dinner, and is one of the more expensive dining options at Disneyland Resort for

Storytellers Café Review

Storytellers Café is a table service restaurant in Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at Disneyland Resort. Storytellers Cafe’s menu includes character breakfast, a lunch menu, and a buffet or menu for dinner. This review covers the lunch menu. This review features food photos from our experience at Storytellers, along with whether it’s worth your

Cozy Cone Motel Review

This Cozy Cone Motel review is actually not a review of a motel at all, but of a cluster of outdoor “cones” that serve counter service meals in Cars Land at Disney California Adventure. So, if you opened this review hoping to learn about the latest hotel at Disneyland, you’re going to be disappointed. Sorry

Village Haus Restaurant Review

Village Haus Restaurant is a counter service restaurant in Fantasyland at Disneyland. This review features food photos from Village Haus, our take on its ambiance, and other random thoughts about it. The restaurant is fairly reminiscent of Pinocchio’s Village Haus in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom in atmosphere, and in terms of the somewhat similar

Christmas at Trader Sam’s

It’s a Mele Kalikimaka me ka Hau’oli Makahiki Hou at Trader Sam’s this time of year! Since I never pass up an excuse opportunity to visit my second favorite Disney bar in the world, we headed to Trader Sam’s recently to test out its Christmas menu. I won’t rehash my love for Trader Sam’s here–you

Little Red Wagon Review

Little Red Wagon is the world’s first food truck, bringing delicious street food to guests of Main Street USA in Disneyland since Walt Disney first conceived of this revolutionary concept while sitting at a pub in Griffith Park and yearning for a place where kids and adults could enjoy corn dogs together. He then came

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante Review

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante is a quick service restaurant in Disneyland’s Frontierland that has a Mexican menu. Although it’s technically counter service, much like Plaza Inn, it’s sort of a ‘buffeteria’ style location with higher quality options on actual plates and with real silverware. It’s also priced slightly above other counter service restaurants in Disneyland,

Harbour Galley Review

Harbour Galley is a counter service restaurant in Disneyland’s Critter Country. To most guests, it probably looks like a snack stand outside New Orleans Square. In a few ways, Harbour Galley is sort of in no man’s land. It’s before the entrance to Critter Country and outside of New Orleans Square. It has a New

Disneyland Dining Wish List

As Disney fans and casual guests alike have become interested in unique dining options in this era of Yelp, Urbanspoon, and food blogging, Disneyland Resort counter service restaurants have one by one seen overhauls to their menus over the course of the last couple of years. With few exceptions, these changes have been for the