Halloween is over, which means the Disney parks are moving on to their next big holiday celebrations. The Disney Parks Blog just shared a guide to all the food and dessert at the Disney Festival of Holidays, and fans of sweets will be particularly thrilled. Well, fans of sweets who are also planning on visiting a Disney park, at least.
The Disney Festival of Holidays is held at Disney California Adventure Park, which is part of Disneyland. According to the blog, the festival features “music, dance, and diverse cultural festivities”, as well as a ton of food and drink options. The festival begins on November 9 and will go on until January 8.
For any east coast Disney fans out there, there is also a similar festival at Disney World. The Epcot International Festival of the Holidays takes place from November 19 to December 30. The Disney Parks Blog previously released the “Foodie Guide” for this one on October 25.
The food and drink options are not the same at both parks, and the way they’re set up is different, too. The California Adventure Park has the Festive Food Marketplace, which includes 12 destinations. According to the blog, “You can even grab a Disney Festival of Holidays Tasting Passport at any of the marketplaces to guide you on your yummy holiday journey.”
As for Epcot, it has 12 Holiday Kitchens all with different types of cuisine, such as the American Holiday Table, the L’Chaim! Holiday Kitchen, and the Shanghai Holiday Kitchen.
You can find the full listings of the food and beverages at California Adventure Park here and Epcot here, but for now, let’s take a closer look at the desserts.
Below are the desserts (and the more dessert-y beverages) along with the Marketplace at which they are available from the Disney Parks Blog:
And here are the desserts and dessert-like drinks that will be available at Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays with their locations. (The site also has more information about dietary needs and which dishes are “kid-approved”, as well as some other foods that will be available at the park outside of the Holiday Kitchens):
Clearly, there are a lot of options — and these are just the desserts! There’s also all of the other food that the parks offer. If you’re interested in visiting, you can get more information for California here and for Epcot here. You should probably start planning your meals now.