The Best Places To Eat At Disneyland: Part 1 – Snacks

Visiting Disneyland is an amazing experience and the kids sure enjoy the that comes with it. Unfortunately, it will leave you exhausted with all that walking and running around. So always stay hydrated and well-fed to get the best experience out of your Disney visit.

If you feel a rumbly in your tummy, here are a few nice snack places to drop by on your way to your next adventure.

Dole Whips near the Enchanted Tiki Room.

You simply can’t come to Disneyland without snacking on this treat, which comes in these refreshing variants: Soft-serve in Pineapple, Vanilla or swirl; Citrus swirl in Orange and Vanilla; and Coca-Cola and Barq’s Root Beer float. Whichever flavor you choose, each scoop and gulp is sure to delight. ( http://zannaland.com/disney-dole-whip-controversy/)

 

Corn Dogs at the Corn Dog Cart at the end of Main Street. What makes these Corn Dogs really scrumptious is that it’s prepared fresh, right off the stand. And with such varieties as Green Chile Cheese and BBQ Bacon burger, you definitely can’t go wrong. I had the El Patron which had a big Polish sausage and caramelized onions and it was GOOD. And don’t forget the fries!

 

 

Cream cheese-filled pretzels at Coke Corner on Main Street.  There are pretzels, and there are these pretzels, the ones at Coke Corner which are unbelievably warm, freshly-baked, and oozing with sweet cream cheese.

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The “Big Pickle” available at fruit vendors around the parks. 

Who would’ve thought that having pickled cucumbers could be this addicting? I dare you to try it and I’m sure you’ll love it. Irresistible and healthy too.

 

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Safari skewers at Bengal BBQ in Adventureland. Take a bite into these  bacon-wrapped asparagus skewers. It’s not only extremely tasty and satisfying, but very affordable too. While you’re at it, why not try their other BBQ dishes as well?

 

Churros with carts all over the park. 

Craving for a quick sweet treat with a hint of cinnamon? Look no further. Crispy, and quite nice when eaten warm.

 

2 Responses to The Best Places To Eat At Disneyland: Part 1 – Snacks

  1. Dawn Says:

    I vote for the Bread Bowls with clam Chowder in it!


    May 26, 2012
  2. Cori Ross Says:

    the bengeits and mint julip in New Orleans Square


    July 25, 2012

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