Café Orléans is an incredible table service restaurant located in New Orléans Square. And it has been there since day 1 in 1966!
Let’s take a closer, more in-depth look at the OG of Disney Hotels. The Disneyland Hotel opened in 1955. It remains as iconic as the park it lives next to.
Pickle Corn Dog – Disneyland
The Controversial Pickle Corn Dog at Disneyland is a Surprisingly Delicious Treat! As a company, Disney is known for outlandish,… Read more Pickle Corn Dog – Disneyland
Lamplight Lounge: A Review
After spending a ton of time examining menus, we all agreed that we wanted to try the Lamplight Lounge. Inspired by Pixar, of which we are big fans, this location offers lunch and dinner daily, with a brunch added on weekends. Guests can make reservations 60 days in advance. Reservations are strongly recommended.
The Anaheim Hotel
Read my FULL REVIEW of our recent stay at The Anaheim Hotel! Unlike Walt Disney World, Disneyland only has 3… Read more The Anaheim Hotel
So which place is better: Disneyland or Walt Disney World? Check out my Disneyland Review here.
Mint Julep Bar – Disneyland
Head to the Mint Julep Bar in New Orleans Square to Enjoy Mint Juleps & Mickey Beignets! If you’re anything… Read more Mint Julep Bar – Disneyland
Disneyland: Paradise Pier Hotel
A Deep Dive into The Most Affordable Resort at Disneyland Disneyland Resort has 3 hotels considered “on-property,” as opposed to… Read more Disneyland: Paradise Pier Hotel
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Take a Deep Dive into the Story and Details of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney… Read more Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Droid Depot at Galaxy’s Edge
So you have always wanted your own, personal R2-D2 in your house. Well now you can, by visiting the Droid… Read more Droid Depot at Galaxy’s Edge