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Blue Bayou Restaurant at Disneyland Park Releases Reopening Menu, Now Includes Alcohol

Today, Disney released the new pared-down menu for Blue Bayou Restaurant at Disneyland Park ahead of the eatery’s scheduled reopening. Despite the reduced food options, the menu now includes alcoholic beverages, which we reported would be joining the lineup.

Blue Bayou Restaurant All-Day Menu

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The starter menu is highlighted by Blue Bayou’s Signature Gumbo.

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The entrees menu is highlighted by a fan favorite: the Monte Cristo Sandwich. It also features Jambalaya, a Louisiana classic.

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The dessert menu only features two options: an 8-Layer Chocolate and Hazelnut Cake & a Vanilla-Bourbon Créme Brûlée. Both can be had for $9.00.

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The kid’s “Create-Your-Own” menu is similar to what you will find at other Disney table service restaurants.

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Blue Bayou offers several non-alcoholic beverage options, headlines by two “mocktails”. A mint julep with a souvenir glow cube, and a “31 Royal Street Signature Julep” that includes watermelon and citrus flavors.

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Now we get to the good stuff: alcohol.

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The wine list includes mostly California-based vintages, and can be purchased by the glass (5 oz) or from the “Tasting Selection” in 3 oz pours.

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The beer and cocktails menu features a Hurricane Cocktail- famous in the French Quarter of New Orleans, LA. You can also order an Abita Amber Lager- Abita Brewing Company hails from Covington, LA (just north of New Orleans) and is a local favorite of Louisianians. Both of these spirits give Blue Bayou a distinct Louisiana flare.

Blue Bayou will be only the second location in Disneyland Park to serve alcohol, following Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

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  1. With the improvements in meat alternatives, ouldn’t a plant-based Monte Cristo option be amazing? Would totally go for that!

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