So much food this week. So much wonderful Disneyland food! It begins with the long planned date at Blue Bayou on Friday night for Liz and I. I had the red snapper, she got the rib eye. We both enjoyed some amazing views and that one of a kind Blue Bayou atmosphere.
If you’ve never been to the Blue Bayou, you really must go. I know it’s expensive. A standard dinner for two is at least $100. Lunch is a little cheaper. And some even say the quality of the food isn’t worth the expense. I would disagree with that. But do it at least once. Save up. Order light if you must. Split the Monte Cristo maybe. It’ll feed two for sure. But definitely do it at least one time. Then go out and enjoy an amazing day at Disneyland.
Have you seen what’s going on at Autopia? Out of nowhere we have a story! An Asimo story. Apparently he’s been seeing the country with some kind of weird robot turkey thing. And of course in a bunch of different Honda vehicles.
I’m really loving the additions on the Autopia track.
Our Indiana Jones secrets and history video is near complete. Had to get some extra photos and video this week.
WE were back at the Food and Wine festival this week as well. We tried a bunch of new things, including jackfruit nachos, korean bbq tacos with kimchi slaw, and even some of that dole whip cotton candy.
They have an adorable merchandise kiosk on Paradise Pier as well. The uncork and unwind. Some of the march is the same stuff you can find in the parks, but there is some festival specific merchandise as well.
We closed our day with one of my favorite dark rides. Monsters Inc., Mike and Sulley to the rescue.
Stay tuned guys, as there is of course lots more to come in our daily videos on YouTube. But I do hope you enjoyed this photo tour of our day. Fresh Baked!!