New topiaries are blooming in the Downtown Disney District of some of our favorite Disney snacks!
The Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort has been through many changes in the past year. New restaurants, experiences, and shops have debuted in the area.
Before last summer’s Pixar Fest, abstract depictions of various Pixar characters could be seen in the form of elaborate topiaries. Now, Disney has stepped it up again with a deconstructed Minnie and Mickey Mouse chasing after some familiar treats.
Minnie Mouse seen getting her hands on a Millennial Pink Macaron.
Meanwhile, Mickey’s got his hands full with a Salted Mickey-shaped Pretzel!
It seems as if Mickey and Minnie left this fruit basket behind to chase after the Disney snacks! Who can blame them?!
This summer, check out these super creative topiaries and see what else the Downtown Disney District has to offer. Guests can immerse themselves in unique experiences such as Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration. This limited-time pop-up experience is great for all ages and great for all those Instagram moments.
Next, if all the topiary treats have made you hungry, visit the new Black Tap eatery. Black Tap serves great appetizers and delicious burgers. Their Crazyshakes are hard to miss though. These over the top shakes come in many different flavors to satisfy anyone’s sweet craving.
Last, if shopping is more your thing (I know it’s definitely mine), make your way over to the World of Disney. Get your fill of all ears, apparel, and merchandise your heart can desire before entering the parks this summer!
Which Disney Snack is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
Photos by our friend and photographer, Eric: @dorkydisneydad
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