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Disneyland Resort offers special menu items and events for New Year’s Eve

in Disney, Disney's California Adventure, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Food, Theme Parks

Disneyland Resort is making big plans to ring in the New Year with special menus at their hotels and parks, according to the Disney Parks Blog. Take a look at what will be offered!

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Disney California Adventure: sparkling apple cider and sparkling wine will be available at several locations

Napa Rose (Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa):

  • Chef Andrew Sutton’s four-course Wine Country Feast of Winter Season Classics will be seating from 5:30-6:30pm ($130)
  • A New Year’s Eve Dinner Dance Party is planned for 8:15pm. The event will have live music, a Champagne reception, and a Napa-style five course tasting menu ($250, wine pairing $65)

Steakhouse 55 (Disneyland Hotel): three-course meal with Kumamoto oysters, filet mignon with crab meat salad, asparagus and Béarnaise sauce, Manjari bittersweet chocolate terrine with fresh berries and white Godiva anglaise ($65, wine pairing $35) This offering stands for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s  Day.

Disney’s PCH Grill (Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel): family-friendly buffet from 5-10pm as well as a New Year’s celebration in the Pacific Ballroom with Disney characters and a balloon drop to signify counting down the hours until the New Year ($75, $25 ages 3-11)

Carnation Cafe (Disneyland Park): surf and turf special that consists of sirloin and shrimp, mashed potatoes, sautéed broccoli, sun-dried tomato butter and herb beurre blanc sauce ($20)

Blue Bayou Restaurant (Disneyland Park): New York strip special served with rosti potato cake with crab meat and asparagus with café au lait sauce and Béarnaise ($44)

Cafe Orleans (Disneyland Park): braised short ribs special served with garlic mashed potatoes and baby carrots with roasted shallot-red wine sauce and fried onions ($23)

Reservations can be made by calling (714)781-DINE or by visiting Disneyland.com/dining.

For reservations, call 714-781-DINE or visit Disneyland Dining.

1 Comment

  1. Garaan

    Man. The Carnation Cafe sounds like the place to go. Surf and turf for $20 at Disney? Unheard of! (plus it’s a nice, central location where you can see the castle, also a bonus.)

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