Disneyland Replaces PCH Grill Dinner with Beach Side Bonfire Buffet

July 14, 2015, 3:22 PM

Starting July 17, the Disneyland Resort is replacing the a la carte dinner at the PCH Grill in the Paradise Pier Hotel with the new Beach Side Bonfire Dinner Buffet.

From the Disney's announcement:

With a riff on the picnics, barbecues and bonfires that happen often at Pacific Coast Highway beaches, the team at PCH Grill has created a new nightly buffet starting on July 17 with tastes inspired by all of California’s coastline, from the southern San Diego shores all the way to the northern redwoods.

Start with a carving station with dry-rubbed smoked tri-tip beef and baby back ribs, or the seafood sauté station with shrimp Alfredo with cavatappi pasta, or littleneck clams, chorizo and potatoes, cooked in broth with a roasted garlic-herb crostini. Then there’s wood-fired pizzas, mini taco station (beer-battered sustainable fish or veggie tacos), spice-rubbed pork shoulder, and sides such a roasted potato salad, heirloom tomato-mozzarella salad, deviled eggs and a build-your-own salad bar.

The cost will be $27.99 for adults and $13.99 for children ages 3 to 9.

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