Ok people, we're about two weeks away from the beginning of Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort. Are you ready for this?? Officially beginning on September 6, Halloween Time brings new food offerings, the return favorite ride overlays and park decorations, and a new version of the Halloween Party. Let's dive in.
Because I'm hungry as I write this, let's start with the food
Most churro carts will be adding a special Halloween flavor (pumpkin spice in New Orleans Square and at the Cozy Cone, Maleficent churro on Main Street, S'mores churro at the Golden Gate churro cart, etc) so if you consider yourself a churro aficionado, be sure to hit up all the carts and please let us know which was your fave.
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In Disneyland Park, the Jolly Holiday will have lots of new baked goodies, including a Cruella de Ville brownie, pumpkin layered cheesecake, and a spiced bundt cake. Head over to the Gibson Girl for a Halloween sundae, or the Plaza Inn for Main Street Mickey's pound cake (pictured above).
In California Adventure, head over to Clarabelle's for a Bat Wing raspberry sundae, get a caramel apple smoothie at Schmoozie's, or try the pumpkin bread pudding at the Pacific Wharf Cafe.
Not Just Sweets!!!
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If you're in the mood for something spooky but not ready for dessert, there's still lots to try!
Over on the Disneyland Park side, you can get the Halloween hot dog at the Refreshment Corner, spiced ham musubi (above) at the Bengal Barbecue, or the crab and corn chowder at Cafe Orleans.
If you're heading to DCA, try the Oktoberfest dog at Award Weiners, fire dragon tacos at the Studio Catering Company, or the stinky-but-tasty anti-vampire chicken pizza at Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta.
Oogie Boogie Bash
Tickets are available for $110 per person every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday from September 6 through Halloween. A couple of dates are already sold out, so if you really want to check this out you should act fast!
** Attn Space Mountain Fans: Ghost Galaxy will NOT be returning this year. Instead, Hyperspace Mountain will stay up through the Halloween season.
Disneyland really does it up for Halloween. From the classic decor at the Main Street Train Station, to the creepy Headless Horseman on Buena Vista Street, there are spooky touches everywhere. Just check out our pics from last year!
|It's Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort!|
|Elvis has got to be my favorite of the many, many, jack-o-lanterns up and down Main Street|
|Jack-o-lanterns matching the themes of all of the "lands" surround Walt and Mickey|
|The Halloween Tree in Frontierland is covered in tiny, hand decorated pumpkins.|
|You should see this guy at night!|
|Bats surrounding the tower of Carthay Circle|
|You'll find purple lights everywhere in DCA, giving it an eerie glow all night!|
|CarsLand probably has the most decorations of anywhere else in the park.|
|Don't forget to go into Ramone's to find a Dia De Los Muertos offrenda for Doc.|
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