One of the things I am discovering is that Disney doesn't do anything half-way. They aren't going to have a tidy park, they are going to have a spotless park. They aren't going to have nice rides, they are going to have amazing rides. They aren't going to have good food, they are going to have supreme food. We aren't talking about Denny's chefs here. We are talking about the best.
And I haven't eaten breakfast yet.
In no particular order, this is what is on my list so far.
The Monte Cristo Sandwich from Blue Bayou. I know this is an expensive restaurant, but it is one of my favorite memories. Being from a northern most point of a western most state makes the deep south environment very exotic.
The turkey leg. I don't know what is so amazing about it, but it is on everyone's list.
Apparently there are some massive corn dogs from this little truck that are not to be missed. Since I love crappy corn dogs from Zips, you know I'm getting one of these!
Since my mother is a true gem and because she wants the kids to have the experience, she is buying the family a character breakfast. Can I just say that I am super excited for this? We are not just going to Disneyland for the children!!
More for the entertainment than the food, we've been told to dine at The Golden Horseshoe.
Though, the chocolate cake is supposedly delicious and gigantic.
Another "experience" dinner will be the Rainforest Cafe.
*Update: In wondering what to eat at the Rainforest Cafe, I did a Google search. It seems that the consensus of the internetted peeps is that it is a Do Miss. Apparently, the place is great, but the food is overpriced AND crappy. Anyone have a comment about that?
Of course, you can't go to the Tiki Room without getting a Pineapple Whip.
One of the things we are going to try is the Picnic for the Color of the World show. You buy this picnic dinner and it comes with fast passes to the show. Anytime I can save waiting in line, I'll do it. The dinners look pretty good, too.
I'm sure we'll share churro or two and probably one of those cream cheese pretzels because they are so Disneyland.
What else? What do we need to make sure we don't miss?