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Disneyland Now Takes Phone Orders For Food

A new app update allows guests to pre-order hot dogs,hot fudge sundaes, and bacon-asparagus from eight locations

Hot fudge sundae from Disneyland’s Gibson Girl ice cream parlor
Hot fudge sundae from Disneyland’s Gibson Girl ice cream parlor
Disneyland Resort [Official photo]

Disneyland Resort has unleashed mobile phone ordering at its Anaheim parks, allowing diners to save precious time while scooping up armfuls of hot dogs, tofu bowls, and bacon-asparagus skewers at the happiest place on earth.

With an update that hit Disneyland’s app yesterday, hungry visitors can now eat at eight quick-service dining locations across both Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure without having to waste a minute.

Before snapping up some day tickets, note that mobile order is currently only available to Annual Passholders, as reported on Disney Food Blog. The update will soon extend to all ticket-holders and expanded to the full roster of participating restaurants, though there’s no timetable at the moment.

The 15 Disney eateries set to offer mobile ordering are as follows:

Disneyland Park

Bengal Barbecue (currently enabled)
Galactic Grill (currently enabled)
Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor (currently enabled)
Hungry Bear Restaurant (currently enabled)
Jolly Holiday Bakery Café
Red Rose Taverne

Disney California Adventure

Award Wieners (currently enabled)
Clarabelle’s Hand-Scooped Ice Cream
“Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill (currently enabled)
Corn Dog Castle
Flo’s V8 Café
Lucky Fortune Cookery (currently enabled)
Pacific Wharf Café (currently enabled)
Paradise Garden Grill
Smokejumpers Grill

Ordering is a two-step process. To place an order, diners select food on their smartphone, choose an “arrival time” and pay via the app. Upon arriving at the eatery, they’ll hit a button to automatically let the kitchen know they’re on site and the staff will deliver fresh food (in theory).

All locations still honor in-person ordering, but with customizable options to remove toppings or ask for sauces on the side built into the app, there’s no longer any need, especially for annual passholders, whose discounts are auto-applied for convenience.

When the digital upgrade is fully enabled, nearly a third of Eater’s favorite Disneyland foods will no longer require an in-person wait for any ticket holder. Expect more time to chow on Mickey’s massive array of edible delights across both of Disneyland Resort’s parks.

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