Currently, Disney launched the new pared-down menu for Blue Bayou Restaurant at Disneyland Park ahead of the eatery’s scheduled reopening. Inspite of the decreased food items choices, the menu now contains alcoholic drinks, which we noted would be joining the lineup.
Blue Bayou Cafe All-Working day Menu
The starter menu is highlighted by Blue Bayou’s Signature Gumbo.
The entrees menu is highlighted by a enthusiast favored: the Monte Cristo Sandwich. It also features Jambalaya, a Louisiana basic.
The dessert menu only characteristics two possibilities: an 8-Layer Chocolate and Hazelnut Cake & a Vanilla-Bourbon Créme Brûlée. Both of those can be experienced for $9.00.
The kid’s “Create-Your-Own” menu is very similar to what you will find at other Disney table services dining places.
Blue Bayou delivers many non-alcoholic beverage possibilities, headlines by two “mocktails”. A mint julep with a souvenir glow cube, and a “31 Royal Avenue Signature Julep” that incorporates watermelon and citrus flavors.
Now we get to the superior things: alcohol.
The wine checklist involves largely California-centered vintages, and can be bought by the glass (5 oz) or from the “Tasting Selection” in 3 oz pours.
The beer and cocktails menu attributes a Hurricane Cocktail- famed in the French Quarter of New Orleans, LA. You can also purchase an Abita Amber Lager- Abita Brewing Business hails from Covington, LA (just north of New Orleans) and is a community favourite of Louisianians. Both of those of these spirits give Blue Bayou a distinct Louisiana flare.
Blue Bayou will be only the 2nd area in Disneyland Park to provide liquor, next Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
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