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Disneyland Park Dining (locations by land, prices, pros & cons)

Disneyland Park Dining (locations by land, prices, pros & cons)

Disneyland Park has a variety of dining options for guests all of ages, including multiple Table Service and Quick Service spots. Many locations even offer Mobile Ordering, a handy option which we recommend that nearly everyone should take advantage of.

Whether you’re craving a full meal (complete with some of your favorite character friends!) or just a snack of a classic Dole Whip treat, with all the options available you won’t go hungry at Disneyland.

Ready to find out more?

Below are all of the Disneyland Park dining locations currently available.

UPDATE: The information below may be impacted by current reopening procedures. Please visit our Disneyland reopening guide for the most up-to-date information.

What about reservations?

Just like Disney World, the Table Service restaurants at Disneyland also offer reservations, however, instead of the 180 day booking window you find at Walt Disney World, the booking window for Disneyland is just 60 days.

Want to book one of the Table Service restaurants below? You can make reservations online, by using the Disneyland app, or by calling (714) 781-DINE.

Note: There is a credit card guarantee required and $10/person cancellation fee (just like at Disney World!). 

Adventureland

Bengal Barbecue

Bengal Barbecue

Meals served: lunch, dinner, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine:
Asian-inspired
Link to menu 

Pros: Unique food choices (like skewers) that are far from “typical” theme park offerings, indoor seating, Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts

Cons: Limited menu, no allergy-friendly menus

Tiki Juice Bar

Dole Whip

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Popular Dole Whip softserve and floats are available here, Mobile Ordering

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no allergy-friendly menus, lines can get very long

The Tropical Hideaway

Tropical Hideaway food

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: Vegetarian
Link to menu

Pros: Different options for everyone, especially vegetarians, like loaded Dole Whips and Baos, a gorgeous outdoor seating area with views of the Jungle Cruise

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering, no allergy-friendly menus

Tropical Imports

Tropical Imports fruit at Disneyland

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American, Healthy, Vegetarian
Link to menu

Pros: Great place to grab a healthier option, like fruit, especially if you’re on the go 

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts or Mobile Ordering, limited selection

Critter Country

Harbour Galley

Harbour Galley restaurant in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Allergy-friendly menus, Annual Passholder discounts, Mobile Ordering, great for seafood lovers, outdoor seating with views of Rivers of America and Splash Mountain

Cons: Limited menu, limited seating, 

Hungry Bear Restaurant

Hungry Bear restaurant in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, plenty of outdoor seating, and a menu with sandwiches, sides, and desserts. Dining package available: the Fantasmic! On-the-Go Package (more details below)

Cons: The entrees here are fairly standard theme park offerings (burgers and fries and other sandwiches)

Fantasyland

Edelweiss Snacks

Edelweiss Snacks in Disneyland

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, grab the famous Turkey Leg here

Cons: Limited menu, No Annual Passholder discounts, no seating, no allergy-friendly menus

Maurice’s Treats

Maurice's Treats in Disneyland

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: The flavored twists are well-loved, in addition to the Boysen Apple Freeze

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering, limited menu, no seating, no allergy-friendly menus

Red Rose Taverne

Red Rose Taverne's grey stuff

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, a nice size menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, indoor and outdoor seating

Cons: Menu items are sometimes hit or miss, this was originally opened as a temporary location (replacing Village Haus), however Disney has not announced a date to transition back

Troubadour Tavern

Troubadour Taverne in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, take your food next door to Mickey and the Magical Map to enjoy both your food and the show

Cons: Limited menu (mainly snacks, bratwurst, and baked potato offerings)

Frontierland

The Golden Horseshoe

The Golden Horseshoe in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Plenty of indoor seating, live entertainment (like magicians and dueling piano players) sometimes available, Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts

Cons: Limited menu, no allergy-friendly menus, can have long lines, can get noisy at times

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante

Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Type of cuisine: American, Mexican
Quick Service
 
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, indoor and outdoor seating, allergy-friendly menus, big menu and great for those who like American-Mexican cuisine

Cons: No Mobile Ordering, during busy times it can be tricky to find a table, lines can get long

River Belle Terrace

River Belle Terrace in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $15 to $34.99 per adult
Table Service (Casual Dining)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, reservations accepted, indoor and outdoor seating, many meat options for meat lovers (there are vegetarian offerings too). There’s also a dining package available for Fantasmic! (more details below)

Cons: Breakfast no longer offered, meals can be hit-or-miss

Stage Door Café

Stage Door Cafe at Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of Cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, house-made funnel cakes

Cons: Limited menu, no allergy-friendly menus, no vegetarian offerings, seating is available (outdoor), but it is limited

Main Street, U.S.A.

Carnation Cafe

Carnation Cafe in Disneyland

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under per adult to $15 to $34.99 per adult
Table Service (Experiences Vary)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, reservations accepted, allergy-friendly menus, big breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus, including Walt’s favorite dishes, indoor and outdoor seating with Main Street views

Cons: Walk-ins are hard to come by and wait times can be long

Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor

Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor in Disneyland

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, a great place to grab ice cream cones, sundaes, and floats

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no seating

Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe

Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe in Disneyland

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: Bakery
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, assorted desserts and baked goods, outdoor seating with views of the hub

Cons: Limited menu, no indoor seating (a negative if it rains)

Market House

Market House in Disneyland

Meals served: breakfast, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American, Healthy Selections, Vegetarian
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, Starbucks offered

Cons: No Mobile Ordering, no allergy-friendly menus, limited menu (visit only if you want coffee or a specialty baked good/dessert)

Plaza Inn

Plaza Inn at Disneyland

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Average cost: $15 to $34.00 per adult – $35 to $59.99 per adult
Table Service (Buffet/Family Style, Character Dining)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Known for their fried chicken, Annual Passholder discounts, plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, allergy-friendly menus, reservations accepted, fun character breakfast called Minnie & Friends — Breakfast in the Park; Plaza Inn Dining Packages also available (more details below)

Cons: Limited menu, can be loud

Refreshment Corner

Refreshment Corner in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, outdoor seating (limited)

Cons: Limited menu (several hot dog options), can get hectic during fireworks

Mickey’s Toontown

Clarabelle’s

Clarabelle's in Mickey's Toontown

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, good place to grab a quick ice cream treat

Cons: No Mobile Ordering and limited menu (best if you want a sweet treat), limited seating throughout Toontown, no allergy-friendly menus

Daisy’s Diner

Daisy's Diner in Toontown

Meals served: lunch, dinner, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts 

Cons: No Mobile Ordering, limited menu (not enough for a hearty meal), limited seating throughout Toontown, no allergy-friendly menus

Pluto’s Dog House

Pluto's Dog House in Toontown

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts

Cons: No Mobile Ordering, limited menu (hotdogs), limited seating throughout Toontown, no allergy-friendly menus

New Orleans Square

Blue Bayou Restaurant

Blue Bayou in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $35.99 to $59.99 per adult
Table Service (Unique/Themed Dining)
Type of cuisine: Cajun-Creole
Link to menu 

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, reservations accepted, allergy-friendly menus, sits along Pirates of the Caribbean ride, beautiful indoor seating; There’s also a dining package available for Fantasmic! (more details below)

Cons: Limited menu, pricey (paying for the overall atmosphere and experience more than for the food)

Cafe Orleans

Cafe Orleans in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $15 to $34.99 per adult
Table Service Table Service (Casual Dining)
Type of cuisine: Cajun-Creole
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, reservations accepted, allergy-friendly menus, plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, menu has many unique offerings, including beignets and Monte Cristo sandwiches

Cons: Some of the prices are a little steep, especially for a sandwich, can be quite busy so reservations are definitely recommended

French Market Restaurant

French Market in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: Cajun-Creole
Link to menu

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, Big Easy-inspired menu, outdoor patio seating where the Mint Julep Bar sits (details below)

Cons: No Mobile Ordering, the patio seating can become overcrowded due to location (surrounded by Mint Julep Bar, restrooms, and New Orleans Square Disneyland Railroad station) 

Mint Julep Bar

Mint Julep Bar in Disneyland

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, the best place to grab regular and seasonal beignets and non-alcoholic mint juleps, patio seating

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no allergy-friendly menus, shares patio seating with French Market, which can become overcrowded due to location (surrounded by Mint Julep Bar, restrooms, and New Orleans Square Disneyland Railroad station) 

Royal Street Veranda

Royal Street Veranda in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, perfect spot to have soup (three kinds) in a bread bowl, small outdoor seating area

Cons: Limited menu, no allergy-friendly menus, seating is limited and in a crowded area 

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

Oga’s Cantina

Oga's Cantina in Disneyland

Meals served: breakfast, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under per adult – $15 to $34.99 per adult
Table Service (Unique/Themed Dining, Bars & Lounges)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Annual Passholder discounts, indoor seating, allergy-friendly menus, reservations are accepted (can be made up to 60 days prior to visit), unique Star Wars-themed snacks and beverages, great atmosphere with fun music played by DJ Rex

Cons: No Mobile Ordering, long lines can form, space is limited, some tables are standing only, limited snack menu (not enough for a meal), not a great environment for kids

Interested to know which drinks are worth the cost? Here’s a ranking of all of the Oga’s drinks to help.

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine:
American, Vegetarian
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, unique menu inspired by Star Wars, plenty of indoor seating

Cons: Limited menu, unique menu options might not be for everyone, can get busy

Kat Saka’s Kettle

Kat Sakas Kettle

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Unique flavored popcorn mix and can order it in a droid souvenir popcorn vessel, popcorn is vegan

Cons: No seating (snacks only), no Mobile Ordering, no Annual Passholder discounts

Milk Stand

Blue milk and Green milk from Milk Stand

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, find the famous Star Wars Blue and Green Milk here, which is also plant-based

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, the milks are unique tasting and not everyone is a fan

Ronto Roasters

Ronto Roasters in Galaxy's Edge

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, unique menu including a regular and vegan Ronto Wrap (the breakfast version is quite good!)

Cons: No allergy-friendly menus, limited menu and not for everyone, no seating except for standing counters

Tomorrowland

Alien Pizza Planet

Alien Pizza Planet in Disneyland

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, has pasta and salads not just pizza, indoor and outdoor seating

Cons: Limited menu and pricey for a whole pizza

Galactic Grill

Galactic Grill at Disneyland

Meals served: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American, Healthy Selections, Vegetarian
Link to menu 

Pros: Mobile Ordering, Annual Passholder discounts, allergy-friendly menus, outdoor seating

Cons: Limited menu (burgers, chicken tenders, etc.)

Snack Carts

Churro Carts

Disneyland Churros

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Perfect way to satisfy a sweet tooth, sometimes you can find seasonal versions

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering

Locations:

  • Near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Near Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
  • Near Casey Jr. Circus Train
  • Near Haunted Mansion
  • Near Sleeping Beauty Castle
  • Near Splash Mountain
  • At small world Promenade
  • Near Town Square

Fruit Carts

Disneyland fruit cart

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Great option if you want a healthy snack

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering

Locations:

  • Critter Country Fruit Cart
  • Fantasyland Fruit Cart
  • Main Street, U.S.A. Fruit Cart
  • Ship to Shore Marketplace
  • Tomorrowland Fruit Cart
  • Toon Up Treats
  • Tropical Imports

Lemonade Carts

Disneyland Lemonade

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Pros: Makes a refreshing treat

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering

Locations:

  • Critter Country
  • Goofy’s Freeze in Mickey’s Toontown
  • At small world Promenade
  • Near Tomorrowland Expo Center
  • Ship to Shore Marketplace

Popcorn Carts

Disneyland Popcorn

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: The carts themselves are fun and highly themed with small figures that “turn” the popcorn as it pops, option of getting popcorn in a souvenir bucket, 

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering, no $2 refill like at Walt Disney World

Locations:

  • Near Central Plaza
  • Near City Hall
  • Near Fantasyland Theatre
  • Near Gadget’s Go Coaster
  • Near Haunted Mansion
  • At small world Promenade
  • Popcorn near Mark Twain Riverboat
  • At Pixar Pier
  • Near Star Trader

Pretzel Carts

Mickey Pretzel

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Makes for a great snack, the size makes them easy to share

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering

Locations:

  • Near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • At small world Promenade
  • Near Star Tours – The Adventures Continue
  • Refreshment Corner

Turkey Leg Carts

Disney Turkey Legs

Meals served: lunch, dinner, snacks
Average cost: $14.99 and under
Quick Service (Cart/Kiosk)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Pros: Not just a snack, but can be eaten for lunch or dinner (they’re quite big)

Cons: No Annual Passholder discounts, no Mobile Ordering, although they look good they can be difficult (and greasy) to eat

Locations:

  • Near Central Plaza
  • Ship to Shore Marketplace
  • Edelweiss Snacks

Dining Packages

Sorcerer Mickey in Fantasmic at Disneyland

Blue Bayou Fantasmic! Dining Package

Package includes: 3-course prix fixe meal (starter, entree, dessert), reserved viewing for Fantasmic! (viewing area separate from restaurant)

Meals available: lunch & dinner
Average cost: Lunch ($62 per adult; $29 per child), Dinner ($75 per adult, $30 per child); tax and gratuity not included
Table Service (Unique/Themed Dining)
Type of cuisine: Cajun-Creole
Link to menu 

Reservations recommended

River Belle Terrace Fantasmic! Dining Package

Package includes: 3-course prix fixe meal (starter, entree, dessert), reserved viewing for Fantasmic! (viewing area separate from restaurant, however, you can pay $25/adult and $15/child to upgrade to premium seating on the patio of the restaurant where you can view Fantasmic! as you dine.)

Meals served: lunch & dinner
Average cost: Lunch ($45 per adult, $25 per child), Dinner ($45 per adult, $25 per child); tax and gratuity not included
Table Service (Casual Dining)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Reservations recommended

Fantasmic! On-the-Go Package at Hungry Bear Restaurant

Belle and the Beast in Fantasmic at Disneyland

Package includes: Choice of entree (sustainable salmon, barbecue chicken, St. Louis-style barbecue ribs or plant-based skewer) plus sides, packaged “to go”. Guests can eat their meal at one of the tables at Hungry Bear (if they wish) or carry it with them to dine elsewhere. In addition, you’ll receive a voucher for reserved viewing of Fantasmic!.

Meals served: lunch, dinner
Average cost: $30 per adult, $20 per child; tax and gratuity not included
Quick Service
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Plaza Inn “Magic Happens” Dining Package

Plaza Inn at Disneyland

Package includes: specially-crafted menu for lunch that includes one entrée and one drink for both kids and adults (vegetarians options are available upon request), one voucher for reserved viewing for the current daytime parade, Magic Happens (you’ll receive a voucher for the day’s second parade) can choose the time depending on the schedule), along with a Plaza Inn credential

Meals served: lunch
Average cost: $40 per adult, $25 per child; tax and gratuity not included; Annual Passholder discounts apply
Table Service (Buffet)
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu 

Reservations recommended

Tomorrowland Skyline Lounge Experience

Tomorrowland Skyline Lounge Experience in Disneyland

Package includes: great view from the Tomorrowland Skyline Lounge (balcony lounge of the Tomorrowland Expo Center) and possibility of seeing fireworks, two-hour evening experience, box of refreshments (seasonal fruits, cheese, assorted sweets, and choice of hot or cold non-alcoholic beverages), you can come and go as you please

Meals served: snacks
Average cost: $50 per guest, tax included (no charge for 3 and under)
Quick Service 
Type of cuisine: American
Link to menu

Reservations recommended 

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