Each month, the Disney Parks Blog shares some Best Bites from Walt Disney World and the Disneyland Resort, highlighting new, fun, or seasonal items. For March, we start with food trucks and end with Mardi Gras.
Disney Springs in Walt Disney World is adding a brand new food truck to its fleet that’s parked on the West Side. The Mac & Cheese Truck will serve up several different varieties, including Crunchy Mac-N-Cheese with six cheeses and crunchy cheese puffs or Bacon Cheeseburger Mac-N-Cheese topped with bacon, burger fixings, and crispy potato sticks.
Also look for Chicken Parmesan Mac-N Cheese with alfredo and marina sauces, Smoked Brisket Mac-N-Cheese with smoked gouda and onion rings, and Lobster & Shrimp Mac-N-Cheese with cheddar and Swiss. The new food truck will park in Disney Springs later this month.
Staying at Disney Springs, B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. has updated their menu with some new foot long dogs. The Hawaiian Island Dog features grilled pineapple salsa, Spam, and teriyaki. The New York Pastrami Reuben Dog comes with shaved pastrami, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing. The Texas Chili Cheese Dog has chili, cheddar cheese, and corn crisps. If you can’t decide, grab the Three Little Pigs Hot Dog Sampler that includes mini versions of all three.
In addition to the new foot longs, try the new Italian Sausage with peppers and onions, Lamb Sausage with tomato chutney and yogurt sauce, Bratwurst Sausage with sauerkraut and German mustard, and the Veggie Brat. For dessert, get the Maple Bacon Cookie Dough topped with candied bacon.
Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the Neighborhood Bakery in Pixar Place is serving up some limited-time treats for An Incredible Celebration. Start with the Mask Pretzel served with cheese or the Hero Sandwich filled with Italian meats and an olive tapenade. For dessert, get a warm Num Num Cookie or cool Key Lime Pie on a stick.
Wash it down with a blue raspberry Frozone Slush topped with whipped cream or the Secret Identity made with frozen Coke and cherry cotton candy. Upgrade to the Pixar-themed novelty straw for even more fun.
Beginning March 6th at the Yorkshire County Fish Shop in Epcot, a Traditional English Meat Pie is joining the menu. The handheld pie is filled with chicken, mushrooms, bacon, leeks, and a creamy gravy. It’s served with chips (fries).
Younger guests can now choose from Shredded Beef Tacos with queso fresco, Bunny Chow with curried root vegetables and plant-based protein, Grilled Shrimp with ginger-tamari sauce, or White Cheddar Macaroni and Cheese. Dessert choices include a Cookies & Cream Brownie and a Tres Leches Cake.
Cafe Orleans is serving Potato Leek Soup and dusting their classic Monte Cristo Sandwich royal-colored sugar and serving it with maple syrup and bacon herb slaw. For dessert, get the Lemon Cake Roll-yall, made with sponge cake and lemon butter creme.
At the French Market, look for the Mardi Gras Coconut Cake, with sponge cake, pastry cream, and coconut flakes.
Finally, Blue Bayou Restaurant has a special Mardi Gras menu featuring Meagre with rainbow cauliflower, potato corn chowder, and cilantro puree. For dessert, a Royal Street Bundt Cake with a pecan praline butter cream center and white chocolate mousse.
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.