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  • What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

    Just curious, I'm hungry and thirsty as I type. Post away!

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    Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

    Bengal BBQ is a must... I ate two Bengal beef skewers on Sunday...yum! What a delicious snack!
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      Dole whips at the Tiki Juice Bar ( I like the floats too)
      popcorn at night
      Many people will rave about the Monte Christos although I'm not much for them
      Turkey legs

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        Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

        When visiting WDW, I love soft serve ice cream... any place in Disneyland where Soft Serve Ice Cream can be found and devoured!

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          You haven't been to Disneyland until you have the Mickey shaped ice cream bar.

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            A damn bowl of clam chowda, foo. It's the jam, in the sourdough bread bowl, by the POTMF'NC. Shiiiiiiii......

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            • #7
              Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

              Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor (Main St) has hand-scooped ice cream and frozen yogurt. The Tiki Juice Bar has the famous Dole Whips. DCA's Catch A Flave has soft serve ice cream as well.

              I always love a good box of popcorn when visiting DL. As mentioned, the Monte Christos are pretty good, too.
              Warning: Portions of this attraction are intense and may not be appropriate for younger children.

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              • #8
                Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                Originally posted by aliasdisney
                You haven't been to Disneyland until you have the Mickey shaped ice cream bar.
                Wow... I guess I've never been to Disneyland. And never will either I guess... my teeth are too sensitive to eat those ice cream bars! inch:

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                  Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                  I'd say the most popular answers, based upon messages posted at this board, would be dole whips and churros (which sound great to me right now). But I have to give props to the following foods at Disney:

                  1. Red Rocket Pizza Port's Chicken Fusilli;
                  2. Carnation Cafe Turkey Sandwich; and
                  3. Bengal BBQ Bacon Wrapped Asparagus.

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                    Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                    Originally posted by Frogberto
                    I'd say the most popular answers, based upon messages posted at this board, would be dole whips and churros (which sound great to me right now). But I have to give props to the following foods at Disney:

                    1. Red Rocket Pizza Port's Chicken Fusilli;
                    2. Carnation Cafe Turkey Sandwich; and
                    3. Bengal BBQ Bacon Wrapped Asparagus.
                    You see, that's what i want, yeah I've heard bout dole whips' high praise and churros here and there but I can't live off them 24/7 for 4 days!

                    I need all the other food tips people has that won't have me standing in line wondering and wondering, "what to eat". I hate that line feeling!

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                    • #11
                      Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                      Monte Cristo, Cafe Orleans' Pommes Frites and Chocolate Crepe Souffle, Dole Whip/Float, Chicken Fusilli, Turkey Leg, Mint Julep, Begal BBQ skewers, Plaza Inn's dinner plate.




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                      • #12
                        Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                        Originally posted by Radiobarry
                        Dole whips at the Tiki Juice Bar ( I like the floats too)

                        I highly recommend this ^^^

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                        • #13
                          Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                          Yes - the Cobb salad at Plaza Inn is the best one I've ever had. If you special order (I don't like eggs), they make it fresh.

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                            Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                            A Mint Juelep is a must!

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                            • #15
                              Re: What food/beverage items should I NOT miss while in Disneyland?

                              Hmm...the mint express sundae at the ice cream place in DCA is good and so are the soft serve cones with flavoring on Paradise Pier. I enjoy all the food at the resort, but I think that has more to do with WHERE I'm eating rather than WHAT I'm eating.

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