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The 12 Best Restaurants at Disneyland's California Adventure Park

The 12 Best Restaurants at Disneyland's California Adventure Park


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Dining at this Disney Park is certainly an adventure, with a variety of cuisines, settings, & price ranges from which to choose

Let the dining adventure begin!

Previously, we 've looked at Disneyland Park in California and the 10 best restaurants to visit there out of 30 options. Its sister location, Disneyland’s California Adventure Park (located right across the street), actually tops this number with 33 choices in all, but surprisingly has a smaller number of table service establishments. This isn’t a significant issue, but sometimes it’s nice to have an actual server in the middle or at the end of a long day.

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Thankfully, this didn’t end up affecting the number of quality eateries, as even some of the quick-service and kiosk options had foods and drinks worthy of a taste. Speaking of drinks, unlike at Disneyland Park, alcohol is widely available at California Adventure — and we do mean widely. It seems almost every restaurant or stand sells booze, and because Disneyland and Napa Valley share a state, there’s certainly no shortage of good wine.

Which of these numerous spots are worthy of a stop, and which should be avoided? Using this list as your guide (along with your conscience, right Jiminy Cricket?), let us spare you the tough decisions on what to consume, so you can instead focus on which ride or attraction to hit next.

(Be sure to also peruse our restaurant guides for Disney World’s Magic Kingdom and Epcot as well.)


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.


A Review of All California Adventure Dining

A Complete Guide to California Adventure Dining

Updated March 2016

So, we covered all of your Dining Options at Disneyland. And, we’ve learned about Character Meals available at each of the DLR Hotels and in the parks, too.

Now, it’s time to check out Disney’s California Adventure! Here’s the first big difference that you’ll find between the two parks: Many DCA restaurants serve beer, wine and/or cocktails. (I’ve noted which ones do, below, and the menus provide details.)

As before, you’ll find two styles of dining at the parks:

Quick Service – No waiter or waitress Walk to the counter to order and retrieve food

Table Service – Waiter or waitress service Some reservations needed or recommended

***In addition to these dining options, you’ll find churro, popcorn, pretzel, ice cream, coffee and soda carts throughout the park.