My last blog post took you to San Francisco's Boudin Bakery at Disney's California Adventure. For today's Blog post, I'll be taking you to New Orleans—Well, Disney's New Orleans Square featuring their Blue Bayou Restaurant.
Enjoy the Madri Gras vibe as Disney transforms New Orleans Square and entices you to the era of Jazz , but watch out...you may possibly get a beaded necklace (or two) thrown at you. New Orleans Square is home to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, but also is home to a little hidden gem called the Blue Bayou Restaurant.
One word: Gumbo
I know you've seen the Blue Bayou before... it's the restaurant that you pass as you descend from the drop while riding Pirates of The Caribbean.
Recognize it now?
San Francisco—The Golden State. The City of up hills and curves, the famous bridge, and home of the best eateries around. Where China town is to the right, and Alcatraz is to the left (depending on where you're standing).
But when I'm not able to visit San Fran, I turn to the next best thing... Disney's California Adventure! The place where magic happens for the young and old at heart. Where thrill seekers and foodies gather for numerous of reasons.
California Adventure is growing in popularity as it's sister land—Disneyland, and it's offering guests a variety of choices where to dine. One in particular is the famous San Francisco, Boudin Bakery. Located at the Pacific Wharf area, the Boudin Bakery offers tours and an insight of how their sourdough bread is made. You can literally see the bread bowls going through the baking process, I mean... who doesn't love fresh warm sourdough bread?