For whatever reason, there is a common misperception that Thanksgiving Day at Disneyland is a great day to visit the parks because everyone is at home with their families.
You can expect this to be more true than ever in 2021.
The basics, with regional twists depending upon the style of the restaurant.
That distinction was bestowed upon GCH Craftsman Grill pre-closure, but the gap between it and the next-best in park dining option has widened, as GCH Craftsman Grill is serving (almost) its entire normal menu, whereas in-park counter service restaurants are not.
While we don’t love this as much as GCH Craftsman Grill (except for breakfast), it’s still superior to 90% of the in-park options right now.
I want to preface this by saying that I love Napa Rose.
Then there were some items that absolutely wowed.
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Do you have any Thanksgiving traditions at Disneyland?