The starter menu is highlighted by Blue Bayou’s Signature Gumbo.
The entrees menu is highlighted by a fan favorite: the Monte Cristo Sandwich. It also features Jambalaya, a Louisiana classic.
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.
The kid’s “Create-Your-Own” menu is similar to what you will find at other Disney table service restaurants.
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.
Now we get to the good stuff: alcohol.
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.
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.