Vegan Food at Disney California Adventure Park (October 2019)

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Disney California Adventure Park is seriously vegan. Especially since Disney comes announced over 400 new vegan items, including in all restaurants, so you can dine like a prince or princess all day (or week). And the parks make it easy to find them: just look for the green leaf logo at any restaurant. Some of our absolute favorite picks? Try Paradise Garden Grill’s vegetable and tofu skewer, Wine Country Trattoria’s vegan pasta and Cozy Cone Motel’s Vegan Chili.

Adorable Snowman Frosted Treats (Pixar Pier)

  • It’s Lemon! Dairy-free lemon cream

  • Pixar Pier Frosty Perfect

Award Wieners (Hollywood Land)

  • Apple slices
  • Fleas
  • Portobello Philadelphia
    • Order it without bread and without cheese. Ask the actor to put it on a bed of curly fries. (You will not regret it.)

Bayside Brews – for ages 21+ (Paradise Pier)

  • Blue Moon Belgian White
  • Bud Light Pale Lager
  • Mickey Mouse Pretzel
  • Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Point: Be sure to check out PETA’s guide to vegan beer.

Bing Bong’s Sweet Stuff (Pixar Pier)

  • Imaginary friend
    • Order it without the flower garnish, which contains eggs.

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Pizza and pasta on the boardwalk (Paradise Pier)

  • Applesauce
  • apple slice
  • Boardwalk Greening
    • Order it without cheese or nuts.
  • Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce
  • Carrot sticks
  • Side salad

Carthay Circle Restaurant (Buena Vista Street)

Clarabelle’s Handmade Ice Cream (Buena Vista Street)

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  • Mango Sorbet Bar
  • Strawberry fruit bar

Corn Dog Castle (Paradise Pier)

Cozy Cone Motel (Cars Land)

  • Vegetarian Chili Cone Queso
    • Order the veggie chili, hold the cheese and opt for a cup rather than a cone.

Fairfax Market (Hollywood Land)

  • Character Shaped Sourdough Breads

Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe (aka ‘Starbucks’) (Buena Vista Street)

The vegan options at Starbucks are endless! Check out our full guide here.

The Taste of Fillmore (Cars Land)

  • Berry bowl
  • Fleas
  • Raisins
  • grapes
  • Hummus
  • mango slices
  • Pickles
  • Pineapple spear
  • Watermelon

Karl Strauss Biergarten – for ages 21+ (Pacific Wharf)

  • Amber Lager
  • Endless Summer Light Ale
  • Mickey Mouse Pretzel
  • Red cart beer
  • Windansea Wheat Hefeweizen

Lamplight Lounge (Pixar Pier)

  • Nachos
    • Ask your server to hold the lobster and cream and replace the vegan cheese with dairy cheese.

  • Ratatouille
    • Order it without cheese or aioli.

Point: The popping pearls (boba) in many Lamplight Lounge cocktails are vegan.

Lucky Fortune Kitchen (Pacific Pier)

  • Edamame
  • Slices of fresh mango
  • Bowl of Tofu with Coconut Green Curry Sauce

Paradise Garden Grill (Paradise Pier)

  • Mediterranean skewers with vegetables and tofu
    • Order it with Moroccan chili or chimichurri sauce.
  • Sandwich Smucker’s Incrustables
  • Japchae with vegetables

Schmoozies (Hollywood Land)

  • The dynamic duo
  • Mango madness
  • Minute Maid Juice
    • guava-passion, orange and pineapple flavors

  • Strawberry Banana Sensation: Order it without yogurt.

Smokejumpers Grill (Grizzly Peak)

  • Applesauce
  • BBQ jackfruit sandwich
    • Order it with a vegan bun and check that the recipe is honey-free.

  • Fries
  • Vegan Burger
    • Although not on the menu, it can be requested. To note: This is not the same as the Veggie Burger, which contains egg whites.

Wine Country Trattoria (Pacific Dock)

  • Broccolini Aglio Olio
  • bruschetta
    • Ask your server to hold the parmesan.

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  • Quattro Pomodoro
    • Order it with the rice noodles and no cheese.
  • Vegan french bread
    • Ask for vegan bread at the start of your meal.

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For even more options, check out Disney’s New Online Vegan Dining Guide! You can also check out PETA’s guide to vegan food at Disneyland:

Vegan food at Disneyland

Disneyland star wars: At the edge of the galaxy:

Vegan food at Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

And Disney World:

Vegan food at Disney World



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Tanya S. Norvell