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The Best Restaurants at Disneyland Park

The Best Restaurants at Disneyland Park

We ate our way through Disneyland so you don’t have to

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Disneyland has no shortage of places to grab a bite to eat, and we’re not just talking about all of the theme park’s famous Mickey-shaped snacks. And some restaurants — like Blue Bayou, Cafe Orleans and Carnation Cafe — can be hard to nab a table at unless you book them when reservations open up 60 days in advance. If you’re not a seasoned pro, it can be hard to know the best places for you and your family to eat. So, to help you plan your culinary tour of Disneyland Park, we’ve tracked down the 20 best sit-down restaurants and ranked them.

The Best Restaurants at Disneyland Park, Ranked

Over the course of a few whirlwind trips to Disneyland, we ate at every single establishment the Happiest Place on Earth has to offer, sampling signature dishes and fan-favorite items. We then judged the restaurants on, first and foremost, the quality and taste of the food. We also took the atmosphere and theme of the restaurant, value and overall experience into consideration.

For the purposes of this list, we ate during lunch and dinner hours and judged based on those menus. Thus, experiences like the ever-popular character breakfast at Plaza Inn or the breakfast options in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge were not considered. We also did not include stands and eateries that are primarily snack spots. As much as we love beignets at the Mint Julep Bar, a turkey leg from one of the many carts throughout the park or a slice of pizza from Daisy’s Diner in Toontown, we focused on the places where you can sit down and have a meal. And these are the 20 best options, ranked.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


5 Disney Recipes to Bring the Magic Home While the Parks Are Closed

A trip to Disneyland or Walt Disney World isn’t complete without a classic Disney treat. Whether you love Mickey pretzels or you’re a Dole Whip fan, there’s just something special about the foods served at the Disney theme parks. Bring the Disney magic home with these recipes while the parks are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Think of it as a DIY theme park experience — you could even take a virtual ride on your favorite attraction while you’re at it. While it might be hard to recreate a Disney turkey leg or Mickey ice cream bar at home, these five Disney recipes are relatively easy and only require a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.


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