Where to Get Turkey at the Disneyland Resort All Year Long

Every November we all start craving turkey more than any other time of the year. There’s nothing like a hot turkey dinner with all the fixings. Mashed potatoes with gravy, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie – our mouths are watering just writing this. No matter what your favorite thing to eat for Thanksgiving dinner, we’re sure you’ll agree that once a year is not nearly enough to dine on turkey. Whether it be during the month of November or any other month during the year, we thought you might like to know where they serve turkey at the Disneyland Resort. We think you might be surprised how many places you can get your turkey on! Gobble. Gobble.


Turkey Leg Cart – The most famous fowl served at Disneyland Resort has got to be the turkey leg. We see tons of turkey legs being consumed each visit we make. We’ve definitely had a few in our lifetime. It’s a Disneyland rite of passage, much like the corn dog, whether you’re a fan or not it’s something that almost everyone has tried at least once. The good news you can find these turkey leg carts in both parks.

Flo’s V8 Cafe – You can get a few dishes in Cars Land at Disney California Adventure with turkey in them at Flo’s diner. From turkey sandwich, to turkey salad and of course the citrus turkey breast. With the dinner you can choose two sides including choices like mashed potatoes and roasted corn medley.

Blue Bayou Restaurant – You may not think of it, but the famous Monte Cristo sandwich has turkey, ham and swiss inside golden brown fried deliciousness all dusted in powered sugar. This is probably our favorite turkey dish in the parks. Note: We suggest making a reservation for the Blue Bayou as it is probably the most popular place to dine at Disneyland. Also the Monte Cristo may only be on the lunch menu.

Cafe Orleans – You can also get the Monte Cristo sandwich mentioned above at this cafe. That’s how good it is, they serve it in two Disneyland restaurants. If meat isn’t your thing, they also serve a three cheese Monte Cristo. You had us at swiss, mozzarella and double creme brie.

Carnation Cafe – Just in case you don’t have enough turkey leftovers to make sandwiches, at the Carnation Cafe on Main Street you can get a smoked turkey sandwich with monterey jack cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and mustard aioli on a pretzel roll.

Hungry Bear Restaurant – You can find a turkey and provolone sandwich with lettuce, tomato and basil mayonnaise on a multi-grain roll in Critter Country at Disneyland. Sometimes even bears get hungry for some turkey.

Jolly Holiday Bakery Cafe – More turkey offerings are at this relatively new eatery at Disneyland. Another sandwich, but this time it’s an oven-roasted turkey served on a ciabatta bun with lettuce, tomatoes and mustard aioli.

River Belle Terrace – If you want a home-style turkey dinner with turkey gravy, Frontierland is the place. Served with roasted potatoes, southern seasonal vegetables and a buttermilk biscuit. Yum!

Pacific Wharf Cafe – There’s more turkey to be found at Disney California Adventure at this cafe, which serves a turkey sandwich with swiss, tomato and lettuce, on freshly baked bread.

Downtown Disney – There are plenty of places to get turkey in DTD, but probably the most incredible is served at the newly added Earl of Sandwich shop, the holiday turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce, lettuce, and tomato. Just in time for the actual holiday season. Or if you like something more stick to your ribs, try La Brea Bakery Cafe’s turkey chili bowl with ground turkey chili served in our sourdough bread bowl topped with cheddar cheese and chopped red onions.

Have you eaten at any of these delicious restaurants? Have you ordered any of the turkey dishes? Which is a must for you when you visit the Disney Parks? We’d love to know, and we’re not just pulling your (turkey) leg.

If you’d like to eat Thanksgiving Dinner at the Disneyland Hotel you can make reservations by calling (714) 781-DINE, 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily. Or go online to disneyland.disney.go.com/dining/

Image Source(s): © Disneyland Resort


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