What and Where to Eat at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure

When we travel, we eschew souvenirs for food.
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In case you’re headed out to the happiest place on earth, I’ve put together a list of what and where to eat at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

1.Churros are the perfect second breakfast.

2.Cream cheese stuffed pretzels – because cream cheese makes a great second or third breakfast, and then late afternoon snack.

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3.“Mickey Apple Pie Caramel Apple” – these come with their homemade marshmallows for ears. Holy moly, it’s deliciousness all wrapped up together. Next time, I’m getting two.

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4.“Minnie Chocolate Caramel Apple” – I just thought this was too darling to leave without.

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5.Frozen Banana – my husband wanted one when he was a little boy, but was denied. Thirty-some-odd years later, he finally tasted this treat.

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6.Corn Dog from The Little Red Wagon. You’ll find it to the right, after you’ve passed through main street. They’re delicious, and rather large corn dogs.

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7.Dole Pineapple Whip – if you love pineapples, and ice cream, you’ll love this refreshing treat.

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8.Fried Chicken from “Plaza Inn near Main Street” – I had this meal twice. Once for dinner, the other for lunch. This fried chicken is crazy good. Better than KFC, better than Knott’s Berry Farm. You can ask for white or dark meat. I’m a fan of dark meat. Plaza Inn will be a regular stop for us from now on.

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What and where do you like to eat at Disneyland and California Adventure Park?

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