Plant-based menus are popping up everywhere—including Disney’s U.S. theme parks!
Disney recently announced that it will add plant-based menu items to to quick-serve and table-service eateries at its Orlando, Florida park in October. Disneyland (in Anaheim, California) will introduce its plant-based picks in the spring of 2020.
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NEWS!! Via @disneyparksblog – starting October 1st ALL quick service locations will have a plant based (vegan) options and October 3rd Table Service restaurants will have them as well. There will be an icon on the dishes to note them being plant based. I’m curious if this will be just Disney owned restaurants or all of property as many World Showcase restaurants and Disney Springs are not Disney owned. This is amazing news, Disneyland will follow spring 2020! 🌱 #vegandisneyworld • • • • #vegan #vegandisney #disneyfoodblog #disneyvegan #vegandisneyfood #disneyfood #disneyeats #plantbaseddisney
The new menu items will include more than 400 vegan dishes across 600-plus Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort restaurants. Like non-vegan items, the plant-based options will also have Disney-inspired themes.
CNN recently reported that vegan dishes such as Star Wars-inspired “Tatooine Two Suns Hummus” will hit Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando and “Le Fou Festin” will come to the Be Our Guest Restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom soon. Likewise, Disney’s 36 Orlando and three Anaheim hotels will also roll out plant-based options.
So how can you spot vegan dishes at your fave Disney park? Just look for the new green leaf logo on menus!
Featured photo: Vegan Disney World via Instagram