Friday, February 17, 2012

Gluten-free Food at Disneyland

Our older children have been to Disneyland, but we decided it was time to take our two girls (the youngest in the family) to Disneyland.  We saved and prepared and looked forward to it for nearly two years.  It was so much fun!  I LOVED the roller coasters.  We all enjoyed Soaring Over California and savored the smell of oranges that comes just as you are "flying" over the orange groves.  We were amazed by the World of Color show, with movie clips shown on the water shooting up from the lake.

Before we left for our trip, I researched gluten-free food at Disneyland online, and found out that I could get more information by stopping in at City Hall when we got to Main Street Disneyland.  I came out of City Hall  with an eight-page stapled stack of papers with all kinds of information about gluten-free food.  Awesome!

I will highlight the places we ate, though there are many other choices for gluten-free food that we didn't get to try, since we were only there for two days.

Our first meal was lunch at Redd Rockett's Pizza Port.  They offer gluten-free pizza.  It was quite good, and the size of our personal pizza was about the same as a small pizza.  We had to wait extra time for the preparation, which was understandable.  It is always fun to have gluten-free pizza at a restaurant, and we appreciate the extra effort it took for them to order in gluten-free crust.