Foodie Guide to San Fransokyo Square in Disneyland

Baymax Sipper
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The moment we’ve all been waiting for is nearly here! Disneyland has been working diligently to complete the seaside plaza transformation, San Fransokyo Square. With the many updates we fans continue to receive, this may be the biggest one of all.

While we know the reimagining will continue through mid-August, we can begin to experience new snacks and drinks in the square starting on July 19, 2023. Inspired by ‘Big Hero 6’ (2014), these eateries “feature diverse menus with items like the Shrimp Katsu Sandwich or Beef Birria Ramen, and even a Baymax Sipper,” reported by Disney Foods Blog. So let’s dive into the foodie guide of San Fransokyo Square.

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New sips and bites have been released for Lucky Fortune Cookery, Cocia Cucamonga Mexican Grill, Rita’s Turbine Blenders, Aunt Cass Cafe, and Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería.

Lucky Fortune Cookery 

Lucky Fortune Cookery is starting off this foodie guide as the first eaterie open on July 19. They also offer mobile orders for their meals, kid’s meals, and specialty beverages. Their menu includes beef birria ramen, yaki udon noodles, Kaarage-inspired chicken sandwich, pork wonton nachos, chicken teriyaki, and beef bulgogi. Some of their non-alcoholic drinks include lychee tea and Thai tea, and their signature cocktail called strawberry lychee.

Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill 

Available a week after Lucky Fortune comes Cocina Cucamonga. Starting on July 26, Guests can indulge in their street corn, tacos, and rice, including options for meat lovers and vegetarians. Additionally, Cocina offers several specialty drinks like their Horchata Agua Fresca, a melon cocktail, and Bootlegger’s Cocina Cuca-Mango: Mango-flavored Hazy IPA.

Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill

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Rita’s Turbine Blenders 

Rita’s will also begin serving on July 26, with mobile orders available. This new spot only offers sips and mostly alcoholic ones, making it a 21-and-over stop. Their menu features various margaritas like a classic lemon-lime or strawberry, including a cream-covered cocoa biscuit stick.

Coming Soon! Aunt Cass Café 

This tasty option has not yet been released, but they will offer mobile orders. The influence of California and Asian cuisine is showcased here with entrees like curry beef, clam chowder, soba noodles, turkey club, and Japanese-style cheesecake. For drinks, they offer non-alcoholic cold brews, lemonade, and a signature cocktail, peach soju, and beer.

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Coming Soon! Port of San Fransokyo Cervecería 

This unique stop will offer mobile orders and does not have a release date for its menu. Although they have no date, they only feature one food item: their garlic pinwheel chips mix. All other items are sips from Karl Strauss Brewing Company.

Lucky Fortune Cookery

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Coming Soon! Baymax Sipper at Multiple Locations  

Last but certainly not least is the Baymax Sipper. Disney reports, “Includes choice of fountain beverage at the time of purchase (Limit two per person, per transaction; no discounts apply).” The sipper will be available at Lucky Fortune Cookery, Cocia Cucamonga Mexican Grill, and Aunt Cass Cafe.

Mark your calendars because the time is almost here! Which bite and sip are you most looking forward to?

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.