In addition to the decorations throughout the area, several restaurants are offering special items for the holiday.
At Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes, try the Halloween Crazy Shake. The madness starts with a vanilla frosted rim with candy corn, topped with a spider-web chocolate cupcake, orange and white twisty pop, orange rock candy, whipped cream, orange sprinkles and chocolate drizzle.
Marceline’s Confectionary has some of the themed treats that you’ll also find in the parks, including caramel apples and cake pops inspired by the Evil Queen, Maleficent, Jack Skellington, and more.
Wash down your meal at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen with a Spiced Pumpkin cocktail. For dessert, order the Apple Booberry Cobbler with Dulce de Leche “Ice Scream.”
Some of the specialty flavors this month at Salt & Straw are the Great Candycopia, Creepy Crawly Critters, and Mummy’s Pumpkins Spiced Potion.
Sprinkles is offering their pumpkin cupcakes and a “Boo Box” assortment.
Finally, visit Wetzel’s Pretzels for the Pumpkin Spice Caramel Dip.
If you’re in the need of some Halloween decorations or accessories, be sure to check out World of Disney, Disney Home, and The Disney Dress Shop for a great selection.
To keep yourself entertained while you’re eating and shopping, catch the SCAREolers who are still entertaining guests Wednesday and Friday evenings through Halloween.
Source: Disney Parks Blog
Tom is the host and producer of the DIS Unplugged: Disneyland Edition podcast, plus Disneyland Editor of The DIS. He enjoys traveling with his wife and teenage son. At this point, their favorite destination is Alaska, with a FIFTH cruise there planned for the Summer of 2019. In his spare time he volunteers with Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, and help found his son's former Cub Scout Pack. His favorite Disneyland attraction is Space Mountain.