By now, everyone is aware of the secret locations inside Disney such as Club 33, a private club located inside the New Orleans Square section of Disneyland. In fact, anyone who has ever visited Disney knows it is chock full of wonderful secrets — including delicious treats — if you know where to look for them.
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Let’s start with a secret menu item that has recently been filling hungry patrons’ bellies at the Pecos Bill Cafe. Tell them you’re there for the Nachos Rio Grande Challenge.
This nacho behemoth doesn’t skimp on the trimmings. Piled high with guacamole, sour cream, beef, and crispy tortilla chips, the Nacho Rio Grande is a menu item that can feed eight people. This semi-secret menu item is exclusive to the quick service at Pecos Bill from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day.
Transitioning to the California Disney, Cove Bar in Disney’s California Adventure has a plethora of secret adult beverages guaranteed to chill even the most stressed parents.
Included amongst these popular menu items is a rainbow-colored drink called the “Fun Wheel.” Yum!
Panera Bread, watch out; Disney’s Pacific Wharf Cafe in California is looking to take over the bread bowl game. The cafe has put together two iconic items that kids and parents are sure to love.
Imagine a sourdough bread bowl loaded with golden mac ‘n cheese. This bread bowl is sure to make mouths water just thinking about it.
For those looking for a different take on nachos, Frontierland has you covered as fans of the ice cream treat “Choco Taco” will attest.
This ice cream nacho includes three large scoops of your favorite ice cream on a bed of waffle cones, acting as the nachos. Toppings consist of whipped cream, hot fudge and chocolate chips.
If you’re looking for a more traditional treat, ask for the Neapolitan shake at Cars Land in California. The milkshake has three layers of ice cream: chocolate, strawberry and vanilla.
As if that wasn’t enough, the massive milkshake comes with a mountain of whip cream topped with oreo cookie crumble.
Finally, nothing is as iconic as Mickey Mouse ears, so ask for the Mouseketeer treat. Half of this bread bowl is filled with chili and the other half with mac ‘n cheese. A mountain of freshly grated cheese of your choice tops the unorthodox concoction.
There’s always something delicious to eat at Disney, so look for something magical to munch on while you’re there.