Thanksgiving Food at Disneyland Resort

Thanksgiving Food at Disneyland Resort

Thanksgiving Foods at Disneyland - Where to eat at Disneyland Resort on Thanksgiving, plus vegetarian Disneyland options

Spending Thanksgiving day at Disneyland might not be very traditional, but it sure is a great way to spend the day with your family! Having gone to Disneyland Resort on Thanksgiving many times myself, I can tell you first hand it’s typically not very crowded around dinner time. If you’re wanting to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at Disneyland with your friends and family and then go on some rides and see fireworks, below are the most “Thanksgivingy” foods at Disneyland Resort, with the vegetarian options in green:



Blue Bayou (New Orleans Square)

  • Portobello mushrooms, spinach, and rice
  • Lamb with mashed potatoes and salad
  • Chicken roulade with butternut squash puree, potatoes, and brussel sprouts


Cafe Orleans (New Orleans Square)

  • Chicken with hoppin’ John and veggies


French Market (Quick Service, New Orleans Square)

  • Chicken with mashed potatoes and veggies
  • Cajun meatloaf with mashed potatoes and veggies

Plaza Inn (Quick Service, Main Street USA)

  • Pot roast
  • Grilled chicken with mashed potatoes and veggies


River Belle Terrace (Frontierland)

  • Oven roasted chicken with beans and veggies
  • BBQ tofu with beans and veggies

Disney California Adventure

Ariel’s Grotto (Paradise Pier)

  • Chicken breast with couscous and veggies
  • BBQ tri tip with mashed potatoes and veggies
  • Roasted corn cakes with spinach and mushrooms

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Carthay Circle (Buena Vista Street)

  • Tri tip with creamed corn and potatoes (can sub corn for sauteed veggies)


Downtown Disney & Hotels

Disneyland Hotel Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet at Steakhouse 55: You can find complete information here. Reservations required, $34.99 per person.


PCH Grill (Paradise pier Hotel): Various buffet options that are very “Thanksgivingy”


Napa Rose (Grand Californian Hotel):

  • Trout with brussel sprouts and pecans
  • Pot roast with potato puree
  • Duck with butternut squash
  • Roasted root veggies

White bass with creamy palenta, English peas, pancetta and French radishes.

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The menu at Napa Rose often changes according to seasonal offerings, but the above can give you a good idea of things you can frequently find on their menu.


Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen (Downtown Disney):

  • Herb crusted chicken breast with mashed potatoes and greens


Storyteller’s Cafe (Grand Californian Hotel): Various buffet options that are very “Thanksgivingy”


You can find more of The Healthy Mouse’s Disney Parks food guides here.



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