Disneyland Resort has expanded its mobile ordering system for quick service restaurants in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.
Disneyland Resort has expanded its mobile ordering system for quick service restaurants in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. (Photo: Creative Commons Disney's California Food & Wine Festival Gift Cart by Loren Javier is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0)

Disneyland Resort has expanded its mobile ordering system for quick service restaurants in Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. There will be six more locations where Mobile Ordering, which lets guests pay for their food and drinks in advance with the use of the official Disneyland app, would be available.

At Disneyland California Adventure, guests can now mobile order from Schmoozies!, Rita's Baja Blenders, Pacific Wharf Distribution Co., and Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats. At Disneyland, on the other hand, they can also order in advance from Min Julep Bar and Troubadour Tavern, per Laughing Place.

Getting the list of quick-service locations that don't offer Mobile Order is now more manageable compared to know the ones that do the service. Guests can't use this feature at Disney's churro and popcorn carts or the two in-park Starbucks stores. It can't also be used at Disneyland's Market House and Disney California Adventure's Fifer & Practical Café.

Here is the list of stalls that don't offer Mobile Ordering yet. Angry Dogs, Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, Cozy Cone Motel, Ghirardelli Soda Fountain, Jack-Jack Cookie Num Nums, Poultry Palace, Sonoma Terrace, Studio Catering Co. at Disney California Adventure. At Disneyland, Clarabelle's in Toontown, Daisy's Diner, French Market Restaurant, The Golden Horseshoe, Kat Saka's Kettle, Little Red Wagon, Maurice's Treats, Plaza Inn, Pluto's Dog House, Rancho del Zocalo, and The Tropical Hideaway are yet to offer this service.

According to Theme Park Insider, these remaining restaurants have several "station service" locations where multiple service counters would make it harder to cater to mobile orders. However, Disneyland may find a way to bring this service to these locations sooner or later.

So, how does Mobile Ordering work? Mobile Ordering makes guests' life more comfortable. Just by going to Disneyland.com/MobileOder, guests can order their food and drinks they want to enjoy while at the park. However, prices can change without prior notice.

Annual Passholders who place a Mobile Order can collect special buttons at select quick-service locations throughout the resort for a limited time. This feature first launched at the resort last year. This lets the guests plan and order their meals before they go to the park.

With this, they can place their order, pay, and skip long lines to pick up their food at the participating locations around the resort. Aside from being the happiest place on earth, Disneyland is giving its best efforts to make everyone's stay worthwhile.