From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Michael Ramirez
Since launching mobile food ordering at the Disneyland Resort last year, guests have been loving the convenience of having the ability to plan ahead and order meals, beverages and snacks in advance. Using the Disneyland mobile app, guests are able to place an order, pay, and skip the order line to pick up fresh food in an available time that suits their schedule at more than 30 participating locations around the resort. And now, mobile ordering has expanded to even more locations in both Disney California Adventure and Disneyland parks!
Six new fast casual and quick-service restaurant locations have recently been added to the mobile order lineup on the Disneyland app. At Disney California Adventure park, you can now mobile order your favorite cool treat from Schmoozies!, Rita’s Baja Blenders, Pacific Wharf Distribution Co. and Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats. At Disneyland park, Mint Julep Bar and Troubadour Tavern now offer mobile ordering at the touch of a button.
What could be more convenient than mobile ordering a snow-capped lemon soft-serve or a non-alcoholic mint julep with a side of beignets on a warm summer day?
Haven’t tried mobile ordering yet? Check out Disneyland.com/MobileOrder to learn more about how to use this service on the Disneyland app. The mobile ordering service is just one of the many ways we continue to enhance the guest experience at Disneyland Resort, including Disney MaxPass, also on the Disneyland App.
But that’s not all – even more fast casual and quick-service restaurant locations are expected to join the mobile order offerings in the near future. Keep your eyes peeled on Disney Parks Blog to learn more!
Mobile ordering is subject to restrictions and change without notice. Message, data and roaming rates may apply to the use of the Disneyland app. Availability subject to handset limitations and features may vary by handset or service provider. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first.