Disneyland's 100th Anniversary Menus Have Reportedly Been Leaked

Today, it's nearly impossible to imagine a world in which Disney doesn't exist. The company bought Pixar in 2006, per Investopedia, and has since amassed such on-screen giants as ABC, ESPN, 21st Century Fox, Marvel Entertainment, and Lucasfilm (the company behind the "Star Wars" franchise). Disney had a net worth of $335 billion in November 2022 and has made hundreds of movies. There's even a Disney Cruise Line. But, 100 years ago, nobody had heard of the name "Disney." The now-global brand started as an enterprise in 1923 by brothers Walt and Roy Disney.

That's why, this year, the Disney 100 Years of Wonder is set to be the "largest cross-company global celebration in the 100-year history of The Walt Disney Company," Disney Parks Blog reports. Fans have been anticipating the festivities for a while as Disney first announced the Disney100 Celebration at the D23 Expo in September 2022. The Disney100 celebration starts on January 27, and the festivities are promised to be huge: A showreel of 100 years of Disney animation will be projected onto Sleeping Beauty Castle; The "Magic Happens" parade will return to Main Street U.S.A.; The new "Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway" attraction will be unveiled. And it's all taking place at Disneyland.

But, as exciting as all of these festivities may be, here at Tasting Table, we're in it for the food – and it looks like Disneyland's 100th-anniversary menus might have been leaked.

Disney says 'Be Our Guest' for dinner (and drinks and dessert)

This week, Instagram fan account Code Word Disney posted the leaked menu and, if accurate, it's nothing short of magical. If you're visiting Disneyland, there's probably a good chance you're snacking on a Mickey-shaped pretzel or scoping up a mouthful of Dole Whip. But, fans attending the Disney100 Celebration should bring a much larger appetite. Among the new foods is the Chorizo con Papa Pizza at the "Toy Story"-themed Alien Pizza Planet. Guests can sink their teeth into the Pineapple Shrimp Skewer at Bengal Barbecue or the Mushroom Philly Sandwich at Galactic Grill. For dessert, there's a Mickey-shaped blueberry scone at Jolly Holiday Bakery Café, a loaded Blueberry-Maple Bacon Funnel Cake Fries at Award Wieners, and a "Beauty and the Beast"-inspired Grey Stuff Gâteau at Red Rose Taverne.

If you're thirsty, rest assured, the new menu has you covered. Code Word Disney says this might be the largest cocktail menu in Disneyland history — aside from Epcot's annual Food & Wine festival. For guests in the "spirit" of the celebration, Disney is serving a Spicy Paloma, Dragon Fruit Soju Mule, Blueberry Mead, different flavored margarita flights, hard kombuchas, artisanal IPAs, an array of spiked ice cream floats at Clarabelle's Hand-Scooped Ice Cream.

The Disney100 menu is scheduled to hit parks on January 9.