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  • #41
    I miss the Mile High Cake that they used to serve at the Golden Horseshoe...

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    • #42
      I miss the Mile High Chocolate Cake that they used to serve at the Golden Horseshoe...

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      • #43
        The Golden Horseshoe Review used to have a good tuna sandwhich when I was little. I think there was a Skull Rock in Fantasyland when I was little too that had them.

        I'm really going to miss the Mickey Mouse pancakes at Riverbelle Terrace. It wasn't just the pancakes..it was eating outside when it was still quiet and enjoying the river.
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        • #44
          Space Mist and Orange Juice Bars

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          • #45
            Definitely McDonalds fries.
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            • #46
              Not specifically a food, but IIRC in the 70s french fries at Tomorrowland Terrace were served in a cup and that was a fun, "only at Disneyland" kind of thing.

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              • #47
                Originally posted by JarrettOriginal View Post
                I had recently heard about the Fried Green Tomato sandwich at Hungry Bear. When I went the other week, it is no more.

                Anyone ever had this? Maybe it wasn't popular enough, but damn, now it's a food of Yesterland.
                Ya it was decent. Tasty and not greasy of course. Rarely saw anyone eat it though.

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                • #48
                  For those struggling to remember Fantasia ice cream, it was sort of like "Neapolitan", except with pistachio, cherry, and banana instead of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.

                  And yes, greatly missed, along with the old Monte Cristos. I had one on my birthday last year after a decade and a half of not visiting the park and it was so heavily battered and sugared, and so lightly filled, that it was more like a doughnut or fritter than a sandwich. Hugely disappointing, and everyone I know who remembers the old ones seems to feel the same way.

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                  • #49
                    Originally posted by bfunchess View Post
                    For those struggling to remember Fantasia ice cream, it was sort of like "Neapolitan", except with pistachio, cherry, and banana instead of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
                    YES......I remember Fantasia Ice Cream!....It was super Good !
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                    • #50
                      Yes to the Welch's grape juice bars.

                      And almost anything served at Casa de Fritos.

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                      • #51
                        Above all, I miss the Mickey chicken nuggets you used to be able to get everywhere. I don't know what made them taste soooo good, but they did. The boring chicken tenders they have at certain restaurants now don't taste near as good, and they aren't Mickey shaped!

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                        • #52
                          Originally posted by Opus1guy View Post

                          Try $2.00. And this menu from 1970 will give you some idea of how great Disneyland's Blue Bayou dining selections used to be:
                          Wow... I feel like Blue Bayou was a different restaurant. I like the one today, but this seems so much nicer.

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                          • #53
                            Where rancho Del zocalo is now, it used to be a Mexican joint sponsored by Lawry's..... That place was amazing! Enchiladas and tacos mmmm

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                            • #54
                              Originally posted by Jesser-pie View Post

                              Wow... I feel like Blue Bayou was a different restaurant. I like the one today, but this seems so much nicer.
                              Yep...the Blue Bayou used to be a true fine dinning restaurant in the Park (sans wine and cocktails, of course). Really on a par with the offerings up at Club 33 at the time. They even used the same font as the Club on the menus.

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                              • #55
                                Clara Cowbelle's soft serve frozen yogurt in Toontown was quite good and affordably priced. Too bad it was removed about 8 years ago...

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                                • #56
                                  Originally posted by passholder View Post
                                  Curious if there is a food or item you miss that is no longer at the park?

                                  * When my daughter was in her princess phase, we did the whole deal, we would do the bippity boppity boutique at DL, prior to having lunch at Ariels Grotto. The old menu at the Grotto had a great French Onion soup, really enjoyed it, but they have it no longer.
                                  The original Ariel's Grotto food was amazing. I went again recently, but before that it had been a good six or so years. I felt like I wasn't even in the same restaurant. Gross and overpriced

                                  I also miss the flavor bursts sold on Paradise Pier. I loved picking out a new flavor each time. It was the perfect treat.

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                                  • #57
                                    Originally posted by Opus1guy View Post

                                    Try $2.00. And this menu from 1970 will give you some idea of how great Disneyland's Blue Bayou dining selections used to be:
                                    When we get nostalgic about how little everything used to cost, let's not forget that the average hourly wage in the US was under $3 an hour in 1967 when The Bayou opened. With that said though, the price increases on food overall for the last 10 years in the parks far exceed the actual cost increases for raw materials and labor. But I stray off topic.. Most recently, I miss the all you can eat BBQ from Big Thunder Ranch. They have also changed the menu at Carthay Circle and not for the better. They had a great filet with grilled toppings than was nixed from the menu.

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                                    • #58
                                      I miss the the seasoned curly fries that used to be at the Columbia Harbor House in the late 80's/early 90's before it became a lame McDonald's.

                                      Also miss the Blue Ribbon bakery. The new bakery hardly has any actual baked pastries like they used to carry at the older locatons.

                                      I also miss the charbroiled chicken sandwich that used to be at the Hungry Bear 25 years ago. It was healthy but also super tasty (a charbroiled chicken breast on a wheat bun with lettuce, tomatoes and BBQ sauce).

                                      Also miss the blueberry Mickey pancakes at the River Belle Terrace.


                                      And although it wasn't a food, I miss when you could get the bags of candy sours in any individual flavor. Lemon, Orange, Grape, Apple or Cherry.

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                                      • #59
                                        I remember back when Frontierland had a McDonalds themed wagon train where they gave out their great fries. They took it out around 2009. Memories.

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                                        • #60
                                          Originally posted by David Mullich View Post
                                          Fantasia ice cream sold at the old Carnation Plaza and the Gibson Girl Ice Cream shop.
                                          Yup, absolutely delicious.

                                          Couple of additions:

                                          - Really miss some of the menu items from Big Thunder BBQ

                                          - Back in the late 90's/early 2000s there was the Mary Poppins Practically Perfect Tea Party at Paradise Pier. Had some amazing desserts and treats.

                                          - And like everyone else I miss the "old" Monte Cristo. My first experience of the "new" sandwich wasn't horrible, and I just suspected it was just an issue with the cook. 2nd time I realized the ratio of batter to meat was intentional, my previous visit was not a mistake.
                                          Last edited by gallandro; 09-27-2016, 12:12 PM.

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