On a recent weeknight, my wife and I were able to have a date night at Disney California Adventure. We decided to partake in the World of Color Dining Package at Wine Country Trattoria. Both Ariel’s Grotto and Wine Country Trattoria offer similar dinner packages for $39.99 ($20.99 for kids and Annual Passholder discounts are [...]
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Tortilla Jo’s Taqueria at Downtown Disney is a counter service opportunity to partake in a Southern California staple, Mexican food. As a resident of Southern California for all but the first two years of my life, I have eaten my fair share of Mexican food. One thing is for sure, the best Mexican food is [...]
Village Haus recently unveiled a new menu and Culinary Quest was there to taste it. Let me say this – the new and improved Village Haus menu is a great development in Disneyland Resort dining. We tried all of the new items and loved everything with only one small exception. There appears to be a [...]
Welcome to “a very special episode” of Culinary Quest. No important social issues will be discussed a la a 1980′s sitcom, but as culinary quests go, this one is unique. Nothing will be mentioned as to quality and value or whether anything was worth it. No, Club 33 stands alone. Instead, this is a sharing [...]
On a recent visit to Disneyland Park, my family and I decided it was time to make the French Market in New Orleans Square our next stop on the Culinary Quest. We expected great things, especially when considering its proximity to Cafe Orleans and Blue Bayou.
Before the days of Celebration BBQ, the restaurant formerly known as Big Thunder Ranch BBQ offered some of the best tasting food in Disneyland. It was time for our Culinary Quest to head there to try some of the new vittles in the offerings. Changes have been made to the menu and entertainment since Celebration [...]