As seen in Travel + Leisure | Written by Carlye Wisel
Everything at the Disneyland Resort is changing this summer. Paradise Pier, which served as an ode to California’s coastal boardwalks and the games and attractions within them shuttered earlier this year, making way for Disney California Adventure’s newest land, Pixar Pier, opening June 23. With the reinvention comes a new story, design and effects to inversion coaster California Screamin’ — which will add animated superheroes from Pixar’s “Incredibles” to become the Incredicoaster — as well as a new “Toy Story” carousel and update to Mickey’s Fun Wheel paying homage to films like “Coco,” “Wall-E” and “A Bug’s Life.”
Out of all the changes, it’s the treats and eats that are poised to become showstoppers, with a half-dozen new locations that will serve can’t-miss cookies, upscale meals with a view, and even a brand new version of Dole Whip.
Come this summer, Mickey Bars won’t be the go-to ice cream — it’ll be lemon soft serve.
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