Trick-or-treating might be questionable this year, but we can certainly improvise by eating our way through loads of Halloween snacks in Downtown Disney!
Although Disneyland remains closed, Downtown Disney is really bringing it with the treats this year, and we’re here for every last morsel!
We can always count on Downtown Disney to dazzle with new sweets and eats, and despite Halloween looking a lot different this year, the restaurants and sweets shops are giving us something to celebrate.
As revealed on the Disney Parks Blog, there’s a whole spread of spooky snacks this year, both sugary and savory!
Marceline’s Confectionary has a bewitching array of sweet treats, from Ursula and Hades Candy Apples and Magic Mirror Crispy Treats to Pumpkin-spiced Toffee and Churro Marshmallow Wands!
Ballast Point Brewing Company is beefing up its menu for the season with Short Rib Pot Pie, which pairs nicely with their Pumpkin Down Ale. Or even better, finish with the Pumpkin Down Ale Float! Complete with sweetened waffle wedge!
Still craving more pumpkin ice cream treats? Head to Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes and give their Pumpkin Pie Classic Shake a slurp!
On the savory side, Naples Ristorante e Bar has Pumpkin Ravioli for the month of October, filled with pumpkin and topped with brown butter sauce, sage, and Parmesan!
You know what goes great with a churro? Pumpkin spice! You know what else goes great? A side of cream cheese frosting! Make it happen at California Churro! You can see our full review of this delicious and seasonal sweet at Disney Springs HERE!
The beignets at Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen are getting a Halloween makeover with seasonal dipping sauces! Through November 29, you can dip in Caramel Apple, Maple Pecan Crème Anglaise, and Spooky Boo-Berry (aka blueberry)!
At Kayla’s Cake, the macarons have eyes! That’s because they’re Mummy Macarons, with cookies and cream buttercream and an icing pattern that resembles a mummy’s wrappings! If you’d prefer macarons without eye contact, get the Pumpkin Cheesecake Macarons with white chocolate pumpkin ganache!
Don’t miss the Monster Burger at Uva Bar & Café, which has two Angus beef patties, bacon, fried egg, onion rings, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and secret sauce! Clearly, you gotta pair it with the Trick or Treat Cocktail, a bourbon tipple with pumpkin syrup, lemon juice, and soda water.
All this and more is on deck at Downtown Disney for Halloween and beyond! We can’t think of a better way to “trick or treat” than with a restaurant-crawl to try all these goodies!
Which Halloween treat at Downtown Disney are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments!