Let's talk about that new restaurant opening at Disneyland this month. Cafe Daisy will open along with the refurbished Mickey's Toontown on March 19, and Disneyland just revealed its menu.
The quick service restaurant will offer Mobile Ordering via the official Disneyland app. The menu, supervised by the one and only Daisy Duck, will include...
But I want to talk about the Pepperoni Pizza Flop-Over and Cheesy Pizza Flop-Over.
Is that just a lazy way to make a calzone? Or, based on its size, would Disneyland's Pizza Flop-Over better be described as a pizza taco or pizza quesadilla?
If Disney provides something more akin to the pizza crust found in Downtown Disney's Naples and Napolini pizzerias than the Wonder-bread crusts at Alien Pizza Planet, that would be enough to make me happy, whether that crust comes folded or not.
For the kids, Cafe Daisy will offer more traditional, round mini-pizzas, as well as bite-size Minnie's Mini Corn Dogs and a Mini Mac and Cheesy cup.
In addition to Cafe Daisy, Mickey's Toontown will include Good Boy! Grocers, a grab-and-go location offering snacks including pickles, fruit, fruit or granola bars, "gluten-allergy-friendly" cookies, Mini Babybel snack cheese, and bottled Coke products. But the big draw, at least initially, likely will be the Perfect Picnic Basket.
Coming soon to the eBay stores of countless Magic Key holders, the Perfect Picnic Basket will include the original purchaser's choice of three snack items, as well as choice of small bottled water or juice box. A Mickey and Minnie-decorated Perfect Picnic Blanket also will be available for sale.
(For those who don't yet get the reference, "Perfect Picnic" is the name of the short film premiering at Toontown's El Capitoon Theater - the cartoon that kicks off the preshow for the Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway ride that opened at Disneyland in January. See Take Two's a Keeper for Mickey & Minnie's Runway Railway for our review and on-ride video.)
Prices for all items will be announced later. Stay tuned for more coverage later this month from the reopening of Mickey's Toontown.
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Is Toontown really going to have a park space where guests can have a "picnic" on the grass?
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Based on this menu, Daisy probably shouldn’t quit her day job.
I don’t expect a fine dining menu in Toontown, but they could have been a bit more creative here like at Woody’s Lunchbox.