Disneyland Drops New Halloween Menu For The Haunted Mansion's 50th Anniversary
The Halloween season is just around the corner, so Disney Park is now gearing up for the spooktacular celebration. But aside from this event, Disneyland will also honor The Haunted Mansion's 50th anniversary with a variety of new food on its menu.
Guests don't only come to Disneyland for its ride and sights but for also for its great food. So, if you're ready for Halloween and are a fan of the Haunted mansion, this celebration is for you.
The new menu will bear everything that you want. But aside from its appetizing look and great taste, the food is also Instagram worthy. There will be a dozen of new additions, but the most notable one is the bride and groom churros.
According to Delish, it is a combination of chocolate and vanilla churros that kids and kids-at-hearts will surely love. There is also Sarah "Sally" Slater's Swamp Fries, which is mixed of crawfish étouffée with sweet potato fries garnished with chorizo, clams, tomatoes, sweet corn, and green onion.
The Wedding Cake also gets most of the attention with its look that seems to be pulled out from your Halloween dreams. This dessert is a freshly baked white cake with buttercream frosting and cherries and cream cheese filling, oozing with cherry sauce.
It is a beautiful wedding cake perfect for the Halloween season with its bloody theme. You can even see its full-size on display at the French Market, complete with a spooky cake topper. The cake is now getting a lot of rave reviews, as some Disneyland-goers say it is to "die for," while others add it is the "wedding cake goals."
Of course, other Disneyland restaurants also have something new to offer for the Halloween season. Fox News noted there is a new Pickwick Ghost Punch from the Royal Street Veranda; the "Hitchhiking" Ghost Blue Velvet Cake from the River Belle Terrace; and the Ghost Mariner's Seafood Boil from the Harbour Galley, among others.
"Join our grim grinning ghosts and come socialize (and snack) with us!" Disneyland wrote on its Disney Parks Blog as an invite. "We've been dying to have you..."
The new menu has been dropped on Aug. 9, so you can now take advantage of the new offering before Disneyland gets too crowded as the Halloween is nearing. Although some food will remain until the event comes, some are only available for a limited time. The Haunted Mansion's "eats and treats" will only run until Oct. 31.