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Places to eat in Disneyland: New Orleans Square

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For guests who are hungry and in Disneyland's New Orleans Square finding a place to be is easier then one might think. Below is a list of three places guests can eat in New Orleans Square.

Royal Street Veranda
Royal Street Veranda Saralyn Wilhelmi

Royal Street Veranda

For guests who want a filling meal without the fuss, their best option is the Royal Street Veranda. Besides drinks the Royal Street Veranda serves only serve soup in a bread bowl and fritters. The Royal Street Veranda is a very popular lunch destination with guests and usually ends up with a long line This is probably due to their wonderful steak or vegetarian gumbo as well as their clam chowder. Seating is extremely limited so if there are several people in a group it might be best for the rest of the group to find seating while one person is in line.

Café Orleans
Café Orleans Saralyn Wilhelmi

Café Orleans

Café Orleans is a great place to eat while for guests who want to take in the sights of New Orleans Square. Café Orleans has both indoor and outdoor seating and is located between The Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion rides, in front of the shops. The indoor seating houses vintage Disney artifacts from Walt’s Day, while the outside provides stunning views of the Rivers of America and during most nights the beloved show Fantasmic. Here guests can eat anything from a Monte Cristo sandwich to gumbo or the “Crescent City” salad with blackened chicken or salmon and the seafood herb crepe, during this casual sit down meal. Like the Blue Bayou, Café Orleans accepts reservations and they are recommended, especially during the busy summer months.

French Market Restaurant
French Market Restaurant Saralyn Wilhelmi

French Market Restaurant

The French Market Restaurant is the prefect place for guests who like to listen to live music while they eat.  With a band that performs both smooth jazz and blues on and off during the day, the French Market is a nice place to relax and while enjoying a wide range of food including:  marinated shrimp po’ boy, Cajun meatloaf, red beans and rice with Andouille sausage or Market French dip sandwich with house-made Cajun chips. Located next to the French Market is The Mint Julep Bar, which serves non-alcoholic drinks, fashioned after several classic New Orleans favorites and Mickey Mouse shaped beignets.