Disney California Adventure in Buena Vista Street

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The chefs of Napa Rose developed the Southern Californian menu. A downstairs lounge serves appetizers and quick meals, while the larger upstairs restaurant takes reservations. A three-course fixed-price World of Color menu is also offered (Lunch: $44.29 adults, $23.76 kids ages 3–9; Dinner: $66.96 adults, $27.01 kids ages 3–9), which includes access to the prime center-stage viewing section. Terrace seating is available. Though service is sometimes unexpectedly inattentive, this is among the finest restaurants found inside the gates of any American theme park (including the vaunted Club 33) and one of the best dining experiences at Disneyland Resort outside of its sibling at the Grand Californian, at a slightly less astronomical price point. If you don’t want an entire meal, stop in the downstairs lounge for a classic craft cocktail and short rib tacos or charcuterie tray; it’s just a shame duck wings aren’t served downstairs. Or for an educational look at the historic photographs that festoon the wall, take the free guided tour offered daily at 10:30 a.m.

Setting and Atmosphere

Intimate booths, wood paneling, and candle sconces evoke the setting of the opening night in 1937 of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

House Specialties

Crispy firecracker duck wings with chili sauce, grilled Angus steak, Skuna Bay salmon, and fried biscuits with Cheddar, bacon, and jalapeño.

Other Recommendations

For lunch try the Carthay Angus Burger; for dinner, try the Porkchop. Desserts change seasonally. We usually enjoy them, but they're insanely overpriced ($13 for a cream puff?). The kids menu offers fresh fish with veggies, mini crispy tacos, or pasta.



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Type Discount Valid Weekdays Valid Meals
Disneyland Premium Annual Pass 15% All All
Disneyland Annual Pass - Not Premium 10% All All
DVC Member 10% All All