3 best dine-on-the-go spots at Disneyland Resort

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Highlighting the best quick dining spots in Disneyland

At Disneyland Resort, there is so much to do that stopping at all to eat might not be on the top of your mind. There are some fabulous dining options through the resort, and these are not just exclusive to their high-end, full-service restaurants. In fact, during my most recent visit, I found a few spots to dine-on-the-go that were really yummy and hit the spot to keep me moving and enjoying the park.

My three favorites and yummy experiences were at:

  1. Pacific Wharf Cafe
  2. Corn Dog Castle
  3. Cozy Cone Motel

Watch this video for a fun look at all three.

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What’s your favorite Disneyland dining spot?

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Carol Cain

Carol Cain has always been fascinated with the way people from different backgrounds and experiences interact and take in the world around them and how it influences the way in which they share their stories. Now she gets to share those stories, as well as her own travel adventures and photography on her award-winning travel blog, Girl Gone Travel, and through various brand partnerships and publications from around the world. Stop by on Twitter and say hello!

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