As summer winds down and fall approaches the Disneyland Resort, a variety of foodie offerings have surfaced at both parks.
One of this year’s exciting additions was the return of the Main Street Electrical Parade to Disneyland park. To celebrate, guests can now find a new popcorn bucket featuring fun art inspired by the parade. The bucket can be found at various popcorn carts throughout the park, and can be refilled on the same day of purchase for just $1.50!
Other novelty items that you’ll want to snag are the mouse droid popcorn buckets and souvenir milk sipper jugs from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. The mouse droid is perfect for holding your savory snack from Kat Saka’s Kettle, and the two sipper jugs are great for on-the-go refreshment with either Blue or Green Milk.
Over at Disney California Adventure, Lucky Fortune Cookery has launched a brand-new menu. Located on Pacific Wharf, the new menu includes teriyaki chicken and Szechuan chicken, both served with sautéed vegetables and steamed rice; beef bulgogi wrap served with garlic-flavored chips; and pork ramen topped with nori, roasted corn, and green onion. For a plant-based option, the vegan banh mi served with lemongrass-cucumber salad is perfect. There’s also a kid’s portion of the vegan banh mi as well as a kid’s chicken and rice dish.
For smaller appetites, try a plate of vegetable potstickers or Korean-style chicken wings tossed in garlic-serrano chile sauce. If you’re feeling adventurous, try a few ramen toppings like spicy miso, a soft-boiled egg, or sautéed mushrooms. If you’re after sips rather than sweets or eats, adults can try a Japanese mule with Japanese whiskey, ginger beer, and simple syrup or a Lucky Dragon IPA featuring locally-sourced orange and lemon. Guests of all ages can enjoy Vietnamese coffee or hot green tea.
If you’re a Tiki person, you’ll definitely want to check out this new addition. To go alongside this weekend’s D23 Expo, there will be a special limited release of a new Golden Piranha Tiki Mug, available exclusively at the Disneyland Hotel. If you want to purchase just the mug, you can find it in the Mark Twin Room on Friday, Aug. 23 from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. while supplies last. If you want to purchase the mug with a drink, you can find it at Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar with the Piranha Pool specialty cocktail starting Saturday, Aug 24.
The mug by itself will be $30 plus tax, or $35 plus tax and gratuity with the drink (a non-alcoholic beverage is available instead by request). Mugs are limited to two (2) per guest and no discounts can be applied.
To learn more about all these various dining locations, visit Disneyland.com.