5. Eat exclusive park eats
Discover the deliciousness of Disney with plenty of unique park eats you simply must try. From sweet sendoffs to rare Disneyland exclusives, be sure to put as many morsels as possible onto your Disneyland bucket list. The Matterhorn Macaroon remains a decadent Disneyland classic but now also provides guests with an enhanced option in the form of the newly released Matterhorn Macaroon Donut. Mickey Beignets remain a highly sought after delight for park goers too. For many it’s difficult to pass up the curiously unique treat of a chocolate-covered peanut butter sandwich. And then, let’s not forget legendary ice cream picks like the famed kitchen sink sundaes at Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream in California Adventure. Also, don’t forget about Disney’s Dole Whip!
Then there are the Premium Mickey Bars and Ice Cream Sandwiches you’ll find throughout the parks and resort hotels. The Blue Bayou Restaurant on New Orleans Square is known for many great offerings but one of its most popular sellers is the Monte Cristo—a specialty sandwich comprised of turkey, ham, and Swiss cheese, battered and fried and served with fruit skewer, berry jam and Crème Anglaise. Many agree that the lobster nachos at The Cove are a unique find not to be missed. Flo’s V8 Café in Cars Land also offers up plenty of rare and unique menu selections as well. And don’t forget to start off with the most important meal of the day and the most iconic food of all—Mickey Mouse shaped waffles!