Beginning September 12, Carnation Café, River Belle Terrace, and Café Orleans at the Disneyland Resort will add new dishes to their menus. In addition to new food items, wine, beer, specialty cocktails, and non-alcoholic beverages will be joining the lineup. This update marks the first time that alcoholic beverages will be served at these restaurants. Currently, the only restaurants that serve alcohol in Disneyland are Oga’s Cantina, Blue Bayou, and Club 33.
Disney says this update will create “a consistent and enhanced guest experience” in the four table service restaurants inside Disneyland. Each location will offer a small selection of beer and wine as well as the themed offerings below:
- River Belle Terrace will launch a brunch offering, six new food items for lunch and dinner – including Roasted Summer Squash and a BBQ Burnt Ends Pasta – and a Wildberry Mule (alcoholic) and a Mississippi Mud Pie (non-alcoholic).
- Café Orleans will bring back the Potato & Sausage Soup and introduce a Pimm’s Hurricane (alcoholic) and Bayou Punch (non-alcoholic).
- Carnation Café will offer a new Veggie Skillet, Walt’s Chili-Cheese Omelet and Bloody Mary (alcoholic) and mimosa options with breakfast, a Peach Pie Margarita (alcoholic) and Orange Cream Soda (non-alcoholic) for other meal times.
Disneyland says guests have stated that they “would appreciate the option of a special beverage to accompany their meal” and that “the drink options were thoughtfully sourced or designed to pair with and reflect the specific cuisine and inspiration of each table service restaurant.” They’ve also added that there are no plans to add alcoholic beverages to quick-service locations inside Disneyland Park.
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