“From sweets to the savory, there are plenty of new items joining the treats roster at the park, and they are not to be missed,” Disney said on its blog.
Beginning Thursday, guests visiting the retro drive-in restaurant can enjoy some new appetizers, entrées and desserts. Guests can try some Sci-fi smoked wings tossed in porter barbeque sauce, spinach and artichoke dip, black garlic Caesar salad or a grilled chicken citrus salad.
Anyone looking for a burger can try the all-new Feature Film Burger – Surf & Turf, or the previously featured Pork on Pork Burger.
Diners in their car-shaped booths can finish out their meals with some incredible deserts including the red planet, a delicious white chocolate cheesecake with blueberry compote on a graham cracker tart, or the Out-of-this-World Sci-Fi Swirl, a pineapple mousse with passion fruit cosmic swirl and a spiced lime spaceship.
Beginning June 7, the 50′s Prime Time Café will also be getting some new dishes.
Guests can enjoy some 1950s-era flair dishes including jalapeño popper deviled eggs, Grandpa Jean’s chicken pot pie and creamy tomato soup.
For dessert, guests can try a pineapple upside-down cake, lemon meringue pie and the grasshopper bar, a mint white chocolate mousse with chocolate chips on a chocolate chip cookie. For children, Disney said they can try the all-new Stained Glass Dessert.
“This treat, made for the little ones, sees a whipped pineapple fluff studded with cubes of strawberry, lime, and orange gelatin to look like stained glass,” Disney described.
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