Additional Shopping and Dining Coming to Disneyland Resort Via Buena Vista Street

Beginning in November, Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure will be open to Guests who are looking for additional locations to enjoy a meal or a shop during your visit to the Disneyland Resort. This will be an extension of the experience that Guests currently have when visiting the Downtown Disney District.

For those looking to get some shopping done, you’ll be able to stop at Elias & Co. for clothing selections, Julius Katz & Sons for holiday merchandise and Disney-themed decor, and Kingswell Camera for frames and photo albums.

If you’re looking to grab a meal, the Carthay Circle Lounge will feature expanded outdoor seating area and an all-new menu of cocktails and dining. Smokejumpers Grill will offer American classics with a streamlined menu of burgers, fries, onion rings and craft beer. Since Smokejumpers is a quick service dining offering, Guests will need to primarily need to place their order through mobile order on the Disneyland App.

Of course, it’s not a visit to the Disneyland Resort without a treat, right? Consider stopping at Trolley Treats for candies and confections. Fiddler Fifer & Practical Cafe will be offering Starbucks coffee and more. Finally, there will also be vending carts available that will offer popcorn, churros, ice cream and other treats.

As a reminder, at this time, due to the stipulations set forth by the government of California, only the shopping and dining experiences on Buena Vista Street will be available; Disney California Adventure will still remain closed. To access Buena Vista Street, you’ll need to do so from the Downtown Disney District.

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