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?
With its intimate setting and glowing lanterns hanging from above, the Blue Bayou can convert any occasion into a spectacular and romantic place to dine. Birthdays, Anniversaries, or just to celebrate— the Blue Bayou is the place.
As you can see below, here's just a glimpse of what's on the Blue Bayou menu. There's something for everyone in the family, and may I just suggest that you try their famous Gumbo.
Not into seafood or shrimp? No problem, you can order their delicious ham gumbo with rice. This dish is satisfying and pairs nicely with the complimentary bread.
And all though Disney got some heat for coming out with a healthier version of Gumbo and had no choice but to remove it... We can all have a cheat day and enjoy some good hearty food once in a while, right? I mean... ya can't go to Disney and not splurge on yourself
I do however recommend that you make reservations ahead of time. This popular N'awlins eatery opens at 11:30am-3:55pm for lunch and 400pm-7:00pm for dinner and fills up quickly.
Where's your favorite place to eat at Disney?
Leave a comment below and I just may go visit and feature it on an upcoming post.