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Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

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  • [Question] Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

    A thread prompted the status of DL's Funnel Cakes. I was asked before where to get them. I'd like a solid answer from MCers.

    Apparently you can get funnel cakes at Hungry Bear and Stage Door Cafe (side food area between Golden Horsehoe & Liberty Belle). Anywhere else on resort property?

    PS- This is not a question about how good or bad they are. Or how Knott's or 6 Flags is better. This is STRICTLY just finding out the locations of obtaining a funnel cake on Disneyland Resort property...

    "Bonus Points" if you could also provide info if a different location offers different varieties of funnel cakes

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    Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

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    • #3
      Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

      The Mint Julep Bar, attached to the French Market and near the NOS train station.

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      • #4
        Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

        the Bountiful Valley Farmers Market offers regular (powdered sugar), chocolate (with brownie pieces, chocolate syrup, and whipped cream), and Strawberry (strawberry topping and whipped cream).

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        • #5
          Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

          EDIT: Whoops, I read it too fast, didn't realize it until too late.

          I think you can also get it at Village Haus. Like DIP said, it's not made fresh, it's frozen.

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          • #6
            Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

            frozen desserts don't taste good at all. I prefer fresh.

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            • #7
              Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

              TL Terrace? REALLY? Gotta check it out. Maybe I just didnt notice funnel cakes until the topic came up. THanks. Stitchon gets 100 bonus

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              • #8
                Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

                is there anywhere on property you can get a fresh funnel cake?

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                • #9
                  Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

                  Also available at Hungry Bear and, pretty sure, Golden Horseshoe. I don't think anywhere in the park has fresh ones.
                  Mike


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                  • #10
                    Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

                    Disneyland doesn't produce fresh funnel cakes anywhere in the Resort. For fresh fried treats, you're better off trying the fritters from either the Royal Street Veranda or the Mint Julep Bar. They're still not very good, and they're VERY heavy, but they are made from scratch on-site, unlike the funnel cakes.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

                      Does La Brea Bakery still make funnel cakes? I remember seeing one on their counter display a long time ago.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

                        tomorrowland terrace no longer offers funnel cake

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                        • #13
                          Re: Where are the DLR Funnel Cakes?

                          Originally posted by filmfreak11 View Post
                          Stitchon gets 100 bonus
                          Heh, no problem. I've eaten there so many times that I've memorized the menu.

                          Quick word of warning: I usually go with the Strawberry Funnel Cake because the strawberry masks the flavor of the cake should it be nasty, but it's not too rich as opposed to the Chocolate type.

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