With an all new line-up of multicultural cuisine, there’s more than enough merry magic to go around this holiday season at Disneyland Resorts. Available across nine different kiosks at the Festive Foods Marketplace, visitors will have a selection of sweet and savory options to experience starting November 11th.
To help you decide, the Disney Festival of Holidays Sip and Savor Pass lets you sample eats, providing eight easy tabs you can redeem for select food and non-alcoholic beverages. You can also share your tabs with a friend.
Below are a list of the new food offerings to help you get in the Disney holiday spirit and where you can find them:
Disney California Adventure Park
- Grizzly Peak Churro Peppermint Churro – Churro coated with crushed candy canes, drizzled with chocolate and vanilla sauce.
- Lamplight Lounge Peppermint Donuts – Hot cocoa-dusted donuts with toasted marshmallow crème and peppermint-chocolate dipping sauce.
- Festive Foods Marketplace Merry Mashups Esquites Carnitas Mac & Cheese – Esquites-style mac & cheese with carnitas, salsa macha, spiced puffed rice, freeze-dried corn and chopped cilantro.
- Smokejumpers Grill Loaded Latkes - Traditional Latkes loaded with smoked brisket, topped with dairy-free horseradish cream and scallions.
- Sonoma Terrace Mistletoe Mule – A holiday take on a classic mule cocktail with cranberry juice and agave, garnished with a sprig of rosemary and a Cape cranberry
- Red Rose Taverne Holiday Grey Stuff – Traditional Grey Stuff with a holiday twist.
Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
- GCH Holiday Cart – Poinsettia Cookie.
And if those weren’t enough, The Coffee House at the Disneyland Hotel will commemorate Diwali by featuring an Indian chai Archisha Tea on the menu from October 17, 2022 to January 9, 2023.
You can expect a complete list of this year’s seasonal treats on next month’s holiday foodie guide featured on the Disney Parks Blog.