Thanksgiving week is here, and for this week’s Limited Time Magic offerings, both coasts are delighting guests with special treats to help celebrate the holiday.
Over at Walt Disney World, guests are invited to grab delicious pumpkin delicacies at various locations throughout the resort. At the Magic Kingdom, Tony’s Town Square, Sleepy Hollow, and the Main Street Bakery (via Starbucks options) will offer wonderful pumpkin treats. At Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests can pick up pumpkin cupcakes throughout the park. In Sunshine Seasons found in the Land Pavilion in Epcot, guests can dine on pumpkin muffins, as well as pumpkin cheesecake. Finally, on Thanksgiving Day at Tusker House at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, guests are invited to enjoy a full Thanksgiving buffet for both lunch and dinner.
At Disneyland Resort, many different Thanksgiving treats will be available, too. First, at Disneyland, pumpkin spice lattes can be picked up at both Jolly Holiday Bakery and Mint Julep Bar. At Tomorrowland Terrace, pick up a sweet potato pie, or at Harbour Gallery try the pumpkin cheesecake. You also don’t want to miss the Fall Time Yule Log—(a.k.a. spice cake with pumpkin mousse and lingonberry marmalade) at the Plaza Inn, or stop by Royal Street Veranda for pumpkin fritters. Disney California Adventure also helps celebrate the season with pumpkin pie hot chocolate that can be found at Pacific Wharf Café, Award Wieners and Flo’s V8 Café. (How do I get one of those here at my house? Holy cow!) Caramel apple muffins will be available at Schmoozies. Finally, at the DCA Bread Market, Mortimer’s Market, and Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, pick up a loaf of turkey-shaped bread.
In addition, another special offering will be available to guests while supplies last. Everyone loves the new Jingle Cruise poster, and for a limited time guests who visit the Jingle Cruise at both the Magic Kingdom and Disneyland will be able to pick up a complimentary mini poster featuring the fantastic artwork. At Walt Disney World, guests can pick it up at the exit of the attraction, and at Disneyland they can pick it up at the Oasis Courtyard. (And if anyone has a spare copy they want to send me…I’m ok with that. )
Thanksgiving has officially arrived, and it looks like there’s a ton of great goodies available for guests to enjoy and celebrate with their loved ones while they are in the Disney Parks.