Foodie Guide to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

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Boo to you! The wait is almost over for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. But while we patiently wait for it to begin, Disney continues to roll out surprises keeping us on our toes. Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party takes place at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom. On select nights from August 11 to November 1, Guests can enjoy a night full of frightful fun.

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The yearly Halloween party includes new entertainment, including parades and shows, your favorite characters dressed up in their best costumes, and food! As we wait for August 11 to arrive, Disney gives us a sneak peek inside the foodie guide.

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Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Treats

Indulge in these treats if you dare! Disney Parks Blog says, “This year, the culinary teams have conjured up 30 specialty treats, and nearly all of them are new.” If sweet treats are your thing, then look no further than Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. These foods will only be available during this limited-time event, featuring some savory snacks and drink options.

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Where to Find These Menu Items

Most venues in Magic Kingdom are serving up some tasty and spooky new treats for the event. Guests can enjoy a Hades Cone at Storybook Treats which is a new item featuring DOLE Whip mango and habanero soft-serve topped with blue raspberry shell and chili-lime seasoning. If you are looking for a late-night meal, the Char Siu Chicken Wings from Sleepy Hallow make for a scary delight. A list of the restaurants is listed below, as well as a detailed list of treats from each place here.

  • Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies: Apple Fritter Milkshake
  • Cheshire Café: MMMummy Treat, Queen of Hearts Slushy, Witches Cold Brew
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café: Terrifyin’ Twice-Spiced Chicken Sandwich, The Snarling Sub, Zombie Fingers, River Stix Elixir
  • The Friar’s Nook: Pain and Panic Brat, Pain and Panic Loaded Tots, Buffalo Chicken Hand Pie
  • Golden Oak Outpost: Tombstone Tart, Loaded Sweet Potato Fris
  • Liberty Square Market: Black Velvet Whoopie Pie
  • Main Street Bakery: Mickey-shaped Cinnamon Roll, Minnie-shaped Pumpkin Cheesecake
  • Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Café: Cajun Burger, Bucket of Bones, Candy Corn Milkshake
  • Plaza Ice Cream Parlor: Apple Fritter Sundae, Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich
  • Sleepy Hollow: Char Siu Chicken Wings, Headless Horseman Cupcake, Cinnamon Funnel Cake
  • Storybook Treats: Hades Cone
  • Sunshine Tree Terrace: Tropical Graveyard
  • Churro Cart near Cinderella Castle: Not-So-Poison Apple Churro, Jack Pop, Sally Pop
  • Outdoor Vending Cart near The Haunted Mansion: Skull Brownie

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With so many delicious options, Guests are sure to leave the event full of food and fright! It is important to note Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a separate ticket from a regular Magic Kingdom ticket for entry. A separate ticket must be purchased to enjoy the event, as well as a Park reservation. Tickets are on sale now and begin at $109 for adults. Halloween night, October 31, is already sold out, so grab your best costume and get your ticket before the event runs out!

About Sarahfina LoFaso

Sarahfina is an author, and adjunct professor with a passion for writing and of course, all things Disney! Cinderella is her favorite princess and movie, both the animated and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s 1997 version. In close second place is Hercules, tied with Saving Mr. Banks. Sarahfina enjoys writing about the history of Walt Disney and all the parks, along with food, dining, and resorts. Her favorite ride is the Tower of Terror, and her favorite restaurant right now is the San Angel Inn, in EPCOT. Most importantly, her must-have snack every Disney trip is the controversial turkey leg, because it reminds her of her family trips as a kid with her grandparents.