Three Restaurants at Disneyland to Begin Serving Alcohol As Menus Are Updated

Three restaurants at Disneyland will soon be adding alcohol to their menus. River Belle Terrace, Carnation Café and Café Orleans will all be seeing modifications coming to their menus, including the addition of beer, wine and specialty cocktails.

This comes as Disneyland continues to change its alcohol policy. Prior to 2019, the park didn’t serve alcohol anywhere except for a private club or for special events. However, with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge guests could purchase alcohol at Oga’s Cantina. Since then, the park expanded its alcohol offerings to the Blue Bayou.

The menus at River Belle Terrace, Carnation Café and Café Orleans will be changing on September 12, 2023. While these three restaurants will be adding alcohol to their menus, at this time alochol will not be added anywhere else in the park. It also won’t be served for guests to walk around, as happens at Disney California Adventure.

According to journalist Scott Gustin, Carnation Café will be getting a new Veggie Skillet, Walt’s Chili-Cheese Omelet and Bloody Mary (alcoholic) and mimosa options for breakfast and a Peach Pie Margarita (alcoholic) and Orange Cream Soda (non-alcoholic) for later in the day. Café Orleans will be bringing back the Potato & Sausage Soup and also introduce a Pimm’s Hurricane (alcoholic) and Bayou Punch (non-alcoholic). River Belle Terrace will be launching a brunch offering and also 6 new food items for lunch and dinner. These include Roasted Summer Squash, BBQ Burnt Ends Pasta, a Wildberry Mule (alcoholic), and a Mississippi Mud Pie (non-alcoholic). The full menu for all of these locations will be available soon.

What do you think of these new offerings coming to River Belle Terrace, Carnation Café and Café Orleans at Disneyland? What are you most looking forward to try? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!