Pacific Wharf
Disney's California Adventure

Pacific Wharf Sign


Introduction | Attractions | Touring Tips | Dining | Shopping | Interesting Facts


Pacific WharfINTRODUCTION

The Pacific Wharf area is a tribute to California's fishing industry. The warehouse-like buildings recall Monterey's cannery row, and the pier is hung with fishing nets and floats. But there's more likely to be ducks than seagulls floating in the water.


ATTRACTIONS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Boudin Bakery Tour - Colin Mochrie and Rosie O'Donnell are your video hosts on this walk-through tour which demonstrates the process of baking sourdough bread.

Mission Tortilla Factory Tour - Walk-through tour, with demonstration of flour and corn tortilla-making machines. Fresh tortillas are available at the end.


TOURING TIPS

The bakery and tortilleria tours start every few minutes, and you may have have to wait outside the doors before you are allowed to go in. The Cast Member at the bakery tour will usually give you a sample of sourdough bread while you are waiting.

There's a demonstration kitchen at the end of the tortilleria tour, and samples and recipes are often available.


PLACES TO DINE

Cocina Cucamonga - Tacos and nachos, featuring tortillas made next door in the Mission Tortilla Factory.

Karl Strauss Distribution Co. - Beer and pretzels

Pacific Wharf Cafe - Soups and salads in sourdough bread bowls baked in the Boudin Bakery.

Rita's Baja Blenders - Frozen margaritas, also non-alcoholic beverages.


Restaurants At A Glance
Menus from the Disneyland Resort


PLACES TO SHOP

Shopping at a Glance


INTERESTING FACTS

Sourdough bread baked in the shape of Mickey's head is available at the Farmer's Market stand.

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