Soak in Southern hospitality and delicious vegan eats at Disneyland’s newest restaurant, opening September 7.
Get ready for a taste of New Orleans like never before as Tiana’s Palace, inspired by the beloved Princess Tiana herself, is set to open its doors at Disneyland park on September 7! This enchanting quick-service style eatery promises to immerse guests in the vibrant culture and culinary delights of the Crescent City. And, the menu will feature a vegan option!
As you step into Tiana’s Palace, you’ll be transported to the elegant French Quarter, with the restaurant exuding the charm and love that Princess Tiana poured into her own establishment in The Princess and the Frog. The atmosphere is set to be nothing short of magical, featuring Southern comfort dishes and plates infused with Cajun and Creole flavors.
Tiana’s Palace Offers New Orleans Style Vegan Gumbo
The grand opening of Tiana’s Palace marks a significant milestone in bringing Princess Tiana’s stories to life in New Orleans Square. This journey began with Eudora’s Chic Boutique featuring Tiana’s Gourmet Secrets and will continue with the highly anticipated Tiana’s Bayou Adventure attraction in 2024.
The restaurant’s interior is a visual treat, with a sprawling bayou mural, lilies, frog porcelains, and heartfelt mementos from Tiana’s past.
Disneyland’s Plant-Based 7 Greens Gumbo Available at Tiana’s Palace
Tiana’s Palace promises a menu that does justice to the flavors and flair of New Orleans. The highlight is the plant-based 7 Greens Gumbo, a dish featuring white beans, okra, yams, sweet potatoes, and heirloom rice.
So, mark your calendars for September 7, and experience the magic of Tiana’s Palace in New Orleans Square. Get ready to savor the rich flavors of the Crescent City, all served with a sprinkle of Disney enchantment.
More Vegan Options at Disneyland and California Adventure
For more plant-based options at Disneyland, check out our Top 10 Vegan Eats at Disneyland and California Adventure. You have to try the Ronto-less Garden Wrap at Ronto Roasters.
Visit Disneyland.com for more information.