Here's the Menu for 'A Touch of Disney' at California Adventure

March 1, 2021, 3:51 PM · Disneyland has revealed the menu for the upcoming "A Touch of Disney" event starting March 18 at Disney California Adventure.

As promised, some fan-favorite items from Disneyland are making the trip across the esplanade to DCA for the food-and-merchandise event.

In addition, Award Wieners will continue serving Corn Dogs, Hot Link Corn Dogs, and Cheddar Cheese Sticks in Corn Dog batter, previously found at Corn Dog Castle in Disney California Adventure and in Disneyland. And the Golden Dreams marketplace will be serving Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken Wings served with Togarashi aioli from Trader Sam's at the Disneyland Hotel.

Disney is expanding its mobile ordering service on the Disneyland app for the event in order to promote more effective physical distancing by eliminating queues to order and pay for food at most restaurants. Mobile ordering will be available at Award Wieners, Smokejumpers Grill, Cappuccino Cart, Cocina Cucamonga, Rita’s Baja Blenders, Pacific Wharf Distribution Co., Sonoma Terrace, Cozy Cone Motel, Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats, Bayside Brews, and the LA Style, California Craft Brews, D-Lish, Cluck-A-Doodle Moo, Golden Dreams, and Uncork California marketplaces. Mobile check-in will be available for Lamplight Lounge and Carthay Circle Lounge – Alfresco Dining, which will take reservations online starting March 11 on the Disneyland website.

Pretty much the only places that will not be taking mobile orders will be Poultry Palace and Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff on Pixar Pier, plus the popcorn and churro carts. No other dining locations beyond those listed will be open for the event, but the event will include Disney character appearances, photo ops, and select shops open for Disneyland Resort and Disney merchandise sales.

You can find the complete menu on the Disney website. Admission is $75 per person and includes a $25 dining card, unlimited Disney PhotoPass downloads from the event, and parking at the Mickey and Friends structure. A Touch of Disney runs noon through 8pm on Thursdays through Mondays, with parking opening at 11:30am. Tickets go on sale March 4 and must be purchased online in advance, with limited quantities available for each date. No closing date for the event has been determined.

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Replies (3)

March 1, 2021 at 7:53 PM

Half a Monte Cristo, Bengal BBQ skewers, Dole Whip sounds good, but no beef burgers at Smoke Jumpers, only Impossible burgers? With the Disneyland food at Touch of Disney, it sounds like they're not planning to open Main Street any time soon. In the meantime, I'm still going to Knott's Boysenberry Festival.

March 2, 2021 at 9:22 AM

That $25 food credit won't go far with most of the items listed. While Disney hasn't released prices for these menu items, the descriptions lead me to believe that most will be in the $8-15 range (not the $5-10 range for your typical food festival). FWIW, Blue Bayou charges $29 for a full Monte Cristo with just a fruit skewer (no other starch or side), so a "one-half" size version would likely be priced somewhere between $10-15. That means guests should expect to get just 2 or 3 items with their $25 credit, and plan on spending out of pocket if they want to try any additional items or have anything to drink. In other words, this is a very expensive event just for the chance to walk around DCA (not even Disneyland) and take some character photos while being taunted by rides that guests won't be able to experience.

March 4, 2021 at 3:25 PM

Over 3 hours in virtual queue but have my 4 tickets.

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