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Check Out Disneyland’s New ‘Elote Style’ Deep Fried Corn on the Cob and Chicken & Waffles Skewer

Just when you thought Disneyland had run out of ways to keep you from having money in your pockets — I’m kidding, that will never happen.

In their latest food offerings that will have us gladly shelling out the cash, the Paradise Garden Grill inside Disney’s California Adventure in Anaheim, CA has once again developed quite a stir all over social media.

Enter the ‘Crispy Battered Corn on the Cob’ and ‘Chicken and Waffles Skewer’.

As you may know, many Californians are all about their eloté style corn and chicken & waffles so its no surprise that this exclusive dish is deep within the California Adventure park.

Photo by: Peter Pham

The buttery corn on the cob is lathered with the same famous batter they use on their corn dogs, but is then topped with cilantro-lime mayo, lots of parmesan cheese and other seasonings.  While its not “technically” eloté, you still have a way to kinda satisfy those cravings inside the park.  Or you could just ask for a knife and whittle down the kernels.

Photo by: Peter Pham

The skewer on the other hand is a juicy chicken breast covered in waffle batter, deep fried to golden perfection, topped with powdered sugar and accompanied by a rich, delectable sage,maple and bacon bits-filled syrup that just steps the flavor up multiple notches.

In classic theme park fashion, DCA has taken the deep frying to a fantastic level, delivering more variety and deliciousness within the company’s many parks.  Who knows how long these menu items are going to last, though… so get going!


Disney California Adventure Features Increased Offerings of Local Brews

Did you need another reason to visit California Adventure beyond the recent opening of Cars Land and Starbucks on the new Buena Vista Street? Well, if you’re a beer lover (and frankly, who’s not?), Disney is giving you just another reason to visit, with offerings of locally crafted beer from the Anaheim Brewery. Just three miles from the happiest place on earth, recipes that date back to the late 19th century are brewed at the Anaheim Brewery and now available to guests of California Adventure.

The beer carts located around the Pacific Wharf still offer Karl Strauss, but if you visit the Alfresco Lounge in Wine Country or the Cove Bar next to the wharf — two spots that offer a full bar and appetizers — you can sit and savor the banana notes in the Anaheim Hefeweizen or kick back with an Anaheim 1888, an ode to the beginnings of the Anaheim Brewery when Friedrich Conrad began brewing on West Broad. The best way to learn history is by drinking it, right? Cheers to that!

via Los Angeles Times


Craving: Strawberry Margarita


The other day while wondering around Disneyland’s California Adventure park, I stopped to get a drink. Magically there is only one spot in both parks that you can get drinks and that’s where I was at. I wasn’t feeling the beer because I had just eaten so I went with the strawberry margarita and it was a good choice. Extremely refreshing and great flavor, if I wasn’t still drunk I’d say I’ll take one right now!


Craving: Pineapple Whip Float

Even though I frequent Disney’s California Adventure park much more than Disneyland, every time I do enter I can’t not get a Pineapple Whip. Just to the left of Mr. Disney’s center circle at the end of the main street, you will find the enterance to Adventureland. The Tiki room is located here, and just outside the Tiki room you will find the stand that provides these incredible little wonders. Get yourself seriously.