Disneyland adds more locations to its Mobile Order system

August 5, 2019, 4:36 PM · The Disneyland Resort is expanding its mobile ordering system for quick-service restaurants in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Disney is adding six more locations to the program, which allows visitors to order and pay for food and drinks in advance, using the official Disneyland app.

The newly included locations are known mostly for beverages, but they also include California Adventure's new Pixar-themed ice cream window.

Disney Califoria Adventure:


At this point, it's gotten simpler just to list the quick-service locations in the parks that do not accept Mobile Order rather than showing you all the ones that do. You can't yet use Mobile Order at Disney's churro and popcorn carts, nor can you use the service at its two in-park Starbucks locations, Market House in Disneyland and Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe at Disney California Adventure. That leaves...

Disney California Adventure:


These remaining restaurants include several "station service" locations where multiple service counters would make it more difficult to assemble mobile orders. But that doesn't keep me from wishing that Disneyland would find a way to bring this service to those locations, anyway, because how cool would it be to order a plate of Plaza Inn fried chicken on your phone?

On second thought, for both my wallet and my waistline, perhaps that's not such a great idea after all. Among the resort's top-rated restaurants that do not offer mobile ordering, which one would you most like to see join the program?

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August 5, 2019 at 6:43 PM

We ate mostly at table service restaurants on our visit last week, but what I noticed is that even with staggering lines, people were not using the Mobile Order system. The line for Adorable Snowman was well out of the queue in the evening and down the boardwalk, with big signs advertising the mobile order system that people were seemingly just ignoring. It was the same at many other places I noticed around the park except for places in Galaxy’s Edge. As someone who looks for anyway to lessen a wait, mobile order is a great way to go, but if nobody is going to use it, is it really worth the investment?

August 5, 2019 at 7:11 PM

Russell, I think (hopefully) it will eventually catch on, but I'm curious of how much awareness there really is.

Honestly, I forgot all about mobile ordering when I was there in June,lol (And I use mobile ordering a lot), I would've totally mobile ordered.

I think for many guests, the quick service restaurants are a spontaneous decision.....and once they're in line...it's probably out of site, out of mind.

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