We love food and Disneyland so that means we love all things Disneyland food. We’ve been Disneyland Pass holders for 9+ years and have become the go-to for all Disneyland frequently asked questions from our friends and family. We’ve heard all kinds of questions from, Can you bring food into Disneyland and Mickeys Halloween Party Worth It to How Do We Get Into Club 33.
If you’re heading to Disneyland and plan on eating in the park, check out this post for answers to the most common Disney parks food questions. Have a question I didn’t answer? Send me a Tweet or message on Instagram and I’ll add your question to the list. Also, don’t forget to pin this post or bookmark it for later.
Can You Bring Food Into Disneyland?
Yes, Guests can bring food or drink into Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, they even offer a picnic area where you can eat. There are a few rules and exceptions to their outside food policy if you plan on bringing food into the park. Disneyland rules state guests are allowed to bring in food items as long as they are a snack item or are pre-made. Disneyland does not allow any food items that require heating with the exception of baby food.
Can You Bring Water Into Disneyland?
Yes! Another common question people ask is regarding Disneyland’s beverage policy. People have asked, Can I Bring Water Into Disneyland, Can I Bring A Reusable Water Bottle to Disneyland? Some people have even asked Can you Bring a Hydroflask into Disneyland. The answer to all of these questions is Yes! Non-alcoholic beverages of any kind are allowed in Disneyland Park as long as they are not in glass containers so pack your water bottles.
What Restaurants Are At Disneyland Park?
Disneyland has a meal for everyone. They have a wide range of family-style restaurants, casual dining restaurants, quick-service restaurants, bars, and lounges as well as fine dining and character dining. All together Disneyland Park has just over 65 places to eat. Here are a few of our favorite Disneyland eateries when we travel to the park.
Our Favorite Food In Disneyland
- Bengal Barbecue – Quick Services: Love the chicken and bacon-wrapped asparagus skewers
- Tiki Juice Bar – Quick Service: No trip to Disneyland is complete without Disneyland Dole Whip from the Tiki Bar
- Carnation Cafe– Casual Dining: We love going to breakfast. Reese loves the Mickey Shaped Waffle and I love the Apple-Granola Pancakes. *They have Vegan Options
- Blue Bayou Restaurant – Themed Dining: Beautiful dining atmosphere inside Pirates of the Caribbean. The Monte Cristo Sandwich is the best.
- Cafe Orleans – Casual Dining: Go for the shrimp and grits.
Does Disneyland Have Vegan Options
Disneyland is a vegan paradise and went out of their way to make sure vegans could enjoy the food at Disneyland as much as everyone. To show they were serious about offering something for everyone, they recently launched more than 400 cleavable vegan dishes across all their entertainment complexes. These yummy options are made from plant-based ingredients like vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes – and are made without animal meat, dairy, eggs or honey.
Check out the Felucian Garden Spread made with plant-based “kefta,” herb hummus, tomato-cucumber relish, and pita, this is the perfect bite for your visit to a galaxy far, far away
Does Disneyland Park Offer Gluten-Free Options
Vegans weren’t the only ones Disneyland considered when selecting dietary friendly food options for the park. Disneyland made sure those living a gluten-free lifestyle were also take care of. Disneyland offers several gluten-free food options in a wide range of cruise types. Frozen Dole Whip, Mickey Face Ice Cream Bar, A wide range of sandwiches with gluten-free bread, rice noodles and more.
What is Club 33?
Club 33 is an exclusive members-only club located inside Disneyland Resort Park. It’s the most popular and exclusive Disney restaurant in the world and has a waiting list that is years long. Access to Club 33 is by membership only and comes with an annual membership fee of $10,00 after a one time $25,000 initiation fee.
Wondering how to Join Club 33? Follow these steps:
- Write an application letter to Club 33 Member Services
- Wait for a phone call from a representative to invite you for membership
- Make a $25,000 payment for the initiation fee to reserve your membership
- Pay $12,000 each year for your membership dues
- Follow all Club 33 and Lounge 1901 rules regarding membership.
Does Disneyland Offer Kosher Dining In Any of Their Theme Parks?
Yes, Kosher meals can be accommodated at select table-service and quick-service restaurants. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance by calling (714) 781-DINE or (714) 781-3463. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.
Is Disneyland Peanut Free or Nut Free?
While Disneyland and Walt Disney World are not a nut-free or peanut-free resorts, Disneyland does offer several peanut-free items for those with nut allergies. Churros, Dole Whip, and Funnel Cakes with ice cream are all nut-free.
Can I Buy Alcohol At Disneyland?
Prior to 2019, the only place you could buy alcohol in Disneyland was at Club 33. In 2019 Disneyland opened Oga’s Cantina at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge and will now serve alcohol. The selections include:
Peru Alto Mayo Organic Joffrey’s Coffee®, Orange Marmalade, Gosling’s 151 Rum, Vanilla Whipped Cream, and Citrus Zest
Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur, Spicy Bloody Mary Mix, and Rancor Bone
You can view the full Oga Cantina menu here along with prices.
Can I Dine With Characters inside Disneyland Park?
While most Character Dining experiences take place outside of the park California Gran Hotel, Downtown Disney and, the only in-park dining experience takes place at Plaza Inn for Minnie & Friends — Breakfast in the Park. Come meet Minnie and her friends while you enjoy a breakfast buffet. Please note, even though Plaza Inn is open for lunch and dinner, the characters are on hand only at breakfast. You will need park admission to dine at Plaza Inn. Other character dining experiences can be found at the hotels (such as the Grand Californian Hotel) and in Downtown Disney