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Mar 17

Celebrating 50 Years Of Pirates Of The Caribbean With Specialty Food Items At Disneyland

Avast there! Ye come seeking adventure and salty old pirates, eh? Disneyland guests can celebrate 50 years of Pirates of the Caribbean with new Food and Beverage items, inspired by the beloved attraction at Disneyland Park!

Start yer mornin’ with a Caribbean Breakfast Burrito, filled with scrambled eggs, Andouille sausage, rice, sweet potatoes, black beans and cheddar cheese available at Mint Julep Bar and Royal Street Veranda. At lunchtime, Royal Street Veranda and Harbour Galley will serve a hearty Calypso Caribbean Chicken Stew featuring Caribbean-spiced chicken stewed with carrots, onions, celery, potatoes and yucca. At French Market Restaurant, the Buccaneer Pulled Pork Sandwich is piled high with jerk-spiced pork, topped with sweet and tangy barbecue sauce and pineapple Caribbean-style slaw, and served with fried yucca.

If ye be seekin’ gold, the Lost Treasure Beignets are for you! These lemon-flavored beignets shimmer as good as gold, and can be found at Mint Julep Bar and Café Orleans. Or try the Golden Churro, from the nearby churro cart—it’s said to lure the most stubborn sailor to its call.

At Café Orleans, try the Steak Sandwich, topped with white cheddar sauce, bacon jam, arugula and cherry tomatoes, and served with sweet potato waffle fries.

For an extra special treat, try Fruits de Mer at the Disneyland original, Blue Bayou Restaurant – featuring pan-seared red snapper, sautéed shrimp, scallop and hush puppy, served on a bed of spinach with spicy shrimp sauce and rémoulade.

Drink up me hearties, yo ho! The Jolly Roger Punch features a blend of tropical fruit juices—pineapple, orange and mango. You can find the special punch at French Market Restaurant, Mint Julep Bar, Harbour Galley and Royal Street Veranda. A limited edition, souvenir Pirates of the Caribbean stein will also available at the same locations.

These specialty items are only available for a limited time – so be sure to drop anchor in New Orleans Square soon!

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