New Menu Items (Including Alcohol) Available at River Belle Terrace, Cafe Orleans, and Carnation Cafe in Disneyland

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New Menu Items (Including Alcohol) Available at River Belle Terrace, Cafe Orleans, and Carnation Cafe in Disneyland

Disneyland Resort has announced new menu items, including alcohol, for River Belle Terrace, Cafe Orleans, and Carnation Cafe in Disneyland Park. These items will be available starting Tuesday, September 12. Disneyland announced in July that these three restaurants would begin serving alcohol this month.

River Belle Terrace

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Food Items: 

  • Warm Bacon & Spinach Salad: Bacon vinaigrette, heirloom cherry tomatoes, and cheese curds (New) (Available for brunch only)
  • American Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, apple wood smoked bacon, breakfast sausage, house fries, and a biscuit (New) (Available for brunch only)
  • Signature Pancakes: Pumpkin-spiced pancakes for the fall season (New) (Available for brunch only)
  • River Belle Short Stack: Short stack pancakes, maple syrup, and berry compote with a side of bacon or sausage (Available for brunch only)
  • Biscuits and Gravy: Pork belly, country chicken gravy, and a house-baked biscuit (Available for brunch only)
  • Roasted Summer Squash: Heirloom tomato sauce, heritage grains succotash, greens, and tofu (New) (Available for brunch and dinner)
  • Chicken Pot Pie Soup: Chicken, carrots, celery, and onion (New)(Available for dinner only)
  • Pork Chop: Buttery mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and bourbon-apple sauce (New) (Available for dinner only) 
  • Blackened Sustainable Fish with tartar sauce and pickled vegetables served with house fries (New) (Available for dinner only) 
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  • BBQ Brisket Burnt Ends Pasta: Pappardelle pasta, caramelized onions, and wild mushroom (New) (Available for dinner only) 
  • Pimento Cheese Loaded House Fries with BBQ brisket burnt ends, fried cherry peppers, and bread and butter pickles (Available for brunch and dinner)
  • Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich with fried cherry peppers, slaw, and BBQ aïoli served with house fries (Available for brunch and dinner)
  • Burnt Ends Grilled Cheese: BBQ brisket and pickled pepper relish served with house fries (Available for brunch only)
  • Country Cuban Sandwich: Pulled pork, country ham, and dill pickle served with house fries (Available for brunch only)
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie (New) (Available for dinner only)
  • Plant-based Ice Cream (New) (Seasonal topping available upon request) (Available for dinner only)

Beverages: 

  • Mississippi Mud Pie: Sprite, chocolate fudge syrup, and cream topped with
  • whipped cream and crumbled chocolate cream cookies (Non-alcoholic) (New) 
  • Wildberry Mule: Tito’s Handmade Vodka, blackberry purée, lime, and ginger syrup and blackberries (New) 
  • Nielson Wines Chardonnay (New)
  • Meiomi Wines Pinot Noir (New)
  • Modelo Especial Mexican Lager (New)
  • Smog City Brewing’s Sabre-Toothed Squirrel Hoppy American Amber Ale (New)

Cafe Orleans

Cafe Orleans, collage of menu items

Food Items (Available through Nov. 9)

Beverages: 

  • Bayou Punch: Minute Maid Lemonade Zero Sugar, orange juice, strawberry purée, blueberry syrup, and an alligator-shaped gummy (Non-alcoholic) (New) 
  • Mint Julep
  • House Hurricane: Pimm’s No. 1 Liqueur, Bacardi Superior Rum, orange juice, strawberry purée, sweet and sour mix, simple syrup, and orange garnish (New) 
  • McBride Sisters Chardonnay (New)
  • Mirassou Wines Pinot Noir (New)
  • Karl Strauss Brewing Company Follow the Sun Blonde Ale (New)
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Hazy Little Thing IPA (New)

Carnation Cafe

Food Items: 

  • Veggie Skillet: Three-cheese eggs, breakfast potatoes, onions, mushrooms, peppers, and spinach topped with cheese and fresh tomato garnish (New) (Available through Nov. 9) 
  • Walt’s Chili-Cheese Omelet: Cheese omelet topped with chili, cheese, and chives served with breakfast potatoes (New) (Available through Nov. 9) (Available for breakfast only)
  • Brownie with Chocolate Sauce (Plant-based) 

Beverages: 

  • Orange Creamsicle: Sprite, candied orange syrup, and cream topped with a candied orange slice (Non-alcoholic) (New)
  • Lavender Mimosa: Chandon California Sparkling Wine and lavender syrup (New) (Available during breakfast only)
  • Orange Juice Mimosa: Chandon California Sparkling Wine and orange juice (New) (Available during breakfast only)
  • Bloody Mary: Tito’s Homemade Vodka and Cutwater Bloody Mary Mix with a bacon and celery garnish (New) (Available during breakfast only)
  • Peach Pie Margarita: Patron Tequila Silver, peach purée, sweet and sour mix, lime juice, and lime garnish (New) 
  • Chandon California Sparkling Wine (New) (Available during breakfast only)
  • Fess Parker Winery Chardonnay (New)
  • Silver Palm Wines Cabernet Sauvignon (New)
  • Michelob ULTRA Light Lager (New)
  • Golden Road Brewing Ride On 10 Hop Hazy IPA (New)

Disneyland was a historically dry park with the exception of the private Club 33, which first opened in 1967. Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge was the first publicly accessible location in Disneyland to serve alcohol when it opened in 2019. Guests are not allowed to carry alcoholic drinks out of the bar. This was followed by Blue Bayou Restaurant, which added wine, beer, and cocktails to its menu when it reopened in 2021.

Disney California Adventure and Downtown Disney District have several restaurants and bars that serve alcohol.

In Florida, Magic Kingdom was also a dry park for decades, until the 2012 opening of Be Our Guest, where Disney couldn’t resist serving wine. Since then, liquor rules have become much looser at Magic Kingdom, with drinks available at most table-service restaurants now. Disneyland has remained stricter about its semi-bans.

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