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Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month

NEW Limited-Time Menu Additions Coming To Walt Disney World This Fall

Listen up, foodies! Walt Disney World is getting some exciting menu updates for a limited time this fall. From September 15 to October 15, the Parks will celebrate Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month with delicious, NEW culinary delights!

According to Disney Parks Blog, the delectable menu was inspired by the generational traditions celebrated in Latin and Hispanic cultures. Let’s take a look at some of the new items arriving in Florida in just a few, short days!

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At EPCOT, Sunshine Seasons in World Nature will feature Chef Verónica’s Birria Tacos. The viral food dish contains beef, Monterrey Jack, onions, cilantro, and lime served with consommé. Yummy!

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Over at the Backlot Express in Echo Lake at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Guests can enjoy a new alcoholic beverage. The Frozen Mojito will pair perfectly with the Cuban Sandwich, which contains classically-pressed roasted pulled pork, sliced ham, Swiss, pickles, and mustard served with plantain chips.

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Baseline Taphouse in Grand Avenue at Disney’s Hollywood Studios will serve a new Michelada. The Mexican drink contains beer, lime juice, assorted sauces, spices, and chili peppers served in a chilled, salt-rimmed glass.

For a sweet treat, head to Rosie’s All-American Café on Sunset Boulevard in Disney’s Hollywood Studios to sample the Tres Leches dessert. The delectable cake is served with whipped cream, a fresh strawberry, strawberry candy rocks, and a white chocolate coin.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park offers Guests another Tres Leches-themed dessert. Flame tree Barbecue in Discovery Island will serve a plant-based Tres Leches Cupcake containing vanilla cake soaked in almond, coconut, and oat milk, plant-based cinnamon, swirls of whipped icing, passion fruit boba, and a white chocolate piece.

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This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Disney’s delicious list of new menu items. Disneyland Resort will also be changing up its menu for the occasion. Make sure to check Disney Parks Blog for a complete list of all the tasty offerings!

About Christy Weinberg

Christy is a West Coast writer with a special place in her heart for Disneyland Resort and Aulani. Growing up near the Parks, she was an Annual Passholder for about twenty years, often frequenting the Resort several times per week. Though she recently moved to the Pacific Northwest, she carries the magic with her by writing about Disney and connecting with the Disney community on social media.