The Haunted Mansion at the Disneyland Resort is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week! The resort is paying tribute to the attraction in a lot of fun ways for all guests to enjoy. Starting August 9th, guests can feast on celebratory eats all around Disneyland park.
Starting in Frontierland, stop by Rancho del Zocalo for the “Long Forgotten Duelist Tacos” made with grilled fajita beef and braised burger chicken and served with Mexican rice.
At the New Orleans Square churro cart, you can find the vanilla flavored “Bride Churro” . The chocolate covered “Groom Churro”can be found at the Critter Country churro cart.
While you’re in Critter Country, stop by the Hungry Bear restaurant to try the “Dead-cadent Funnel Cake.
Next, make sure you make a dining reservation for the Blue Bayou to try their Haunted Mansion eats. Choose between the “Dynamite Sea Food Hush Puppies” or the “We’ve BEAN Dying to MEAT You!” Stew. For dessert, you have to try the “Opera Singer Cake”, made with an almond cake base and covered with coffee buttercream, Chantilly cream, and raspberry sauce.
For a more savory meal, make your way to Cafe Orleans for their “Sarah ‘Sally’ Slater Swamp Fries”. This dish is a crawfish étouffée with sweet potato, clams, and chorizo.
Mobile order these next refreshments at the Mint Julep Bar. Indulge in their “Honey…I Do” Beignets. Pair this dessert with a “Blackberry Midnight Julep”. This refreshing Julep comes with a mint lychee “moon”!
Next, head on over to the Royal Street Veranda to pick up a citrus “Pickwick Ghost Punch”.
During the after hours event, you can even enjoy this spooky fun “Doom Buggy Sundae”!
What Haunted Mansion eat are you looking forward to try? Let us know in the comments!
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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