Disney Is Celebrating Tiana’s Bayou Adventure With Scrumptious New Food!

Animatronics from Tiana's Bayou Adventure in the Magic Kingdom with beignets inlaid in the photo
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On June 28, Walt Disney World Resort will open one of its most controversial attractions to date. Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will be taking the place of Splash Mountain, and Disney is still dealing with the anger of fans who love the original, iconic attraction.

The closure of Splash Mountain was first announced in 2020, with Disney only sharing that the ride would receive a Princess and the Frog (2009) retheme. In July 2022, the name Tiana’s Bayou Adventure was finally shared.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure

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Despite the intense backlash, Disney continued with its plan, and Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is currently undergoing test rides in the Magic Kingdom.

In celebration of the new attraction’s opening, Disney World guests will be able to enjoy some absolutely mouthwatering new dining options. And they won’t just be at the Magic Kingdom! Let’s take a look at what is coming down the bayou!

A whimsical theme park ride, Tiana's Bayou Adventure, features a waterway surrounded by lush, green trees and vegetation. A small waterfall flows from a rocky hill topped with a tree and a tower in the background. Log boats float on the water, as visitors enjoy delectable bayou-themed food under partly cloudy skies.

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Magic Kingdom

Since Tiana’s Bayou Adventure is located in the Magic Kingdom, that’s where most of the new dishes will find their home. Get ready to enjoy some of the best food the South has to offer.

Golden Oak Outpost (Available June 28 through September 6) 

  • Hot Honey Chicken with Sweet Potato Fries: Chicken nuggets tossed in hot sauce-honey served with New Orleans olive relish and Cajun-spiced sweet potato fries
  • Shrimp Gumbo with Sweet Potato Fries: Shrimp and Andouille sausage gumbo topped with Cajun-spiced sweet potato fries
  • Tiana’s Famous Beignets: Light, sweet, and fluffy beignets with powdered sugar and drizzled with honey

Pinocchio Village Haus (Available June 28 through September 6; mobile order available) 

  • Peach Cobbler: Cinnamon panna cotta, peach cobbler, brown sugar streusel, and whipped cream with a Tiana chocolate piece
A collage of four dishes from Tiana's Bayou Adventure food: Top left, fried bites with sweet potato fries; top right, creamy sauced dish with sweet potato fries; bottom left, powdered sugar-dusted beignets; bottom right, a layered dessert with whipped cream and a printed design.

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Plaza Ice Cream Parlor (Available June 28 through September 6) 

  • Butter Pecan Praline Sundae: Butter pecan ice cream topped with praline sauce, spiced pecans, and whipped cream

The Plaza Restaurant (Available June 28 through September 6) 

  • Tiana’s Chantilly Cake: Vanilla chiffon cake, lemon chantilly, and fresh strawberries topped with a fondant flower and a Tiana chocolate piece
Two desserts inspired by a princess: On the left, a dish topped with whipped cream, caramel drizzle, and nuts, adorned with a chocolate featuring Princess Tiana from Tiana's Bayou Adventure. On the right, a yellow and green cake with floral decorations and a chocolate featuring the same princess.

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Main Street Confectionery (Available starting June 28) 

  • Tiana’s Sweet Popcorn Serenade: Caramel popcorn with praline pecans, M&M’S Caramel Chocolate Candies, pretzel pieces, and dark chocolatey drizzle
  • Tiana’s Bayou Crunch: Cajun cheddar popcorn with M&M’S Peanut Butter Chocolate Candies, cheddar crackers, pretzel pieces, and white chocolatey drizzle
  • Green Apple Gummi Frogs
  • Spicy Butter Toffee Peanuts

Critter Co-Op (Coming soon) 

  • Green Apple Gummi Frogs
  • Spicy Butter Toffee Peanuts
Tiana's Bayou Adventure Specialty Popcorn Main Street Confectionery

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As we said, Disney’s celebration of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will extend beyond the gates of the Magic Kingdom. Limited-time specialty treats will also be available at multiple locations in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Springs, the Grand Floridian, and more!

Here’s what you can enjoy and where you can buy it!

Bayou Lavender Lemonade

  • Dockside Diner at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • The Plaza Restaurant and The Friar’s Nook at Magic Kingdom Park
  • Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs (Available June 28 through July 31 only) 
  • Beaches Pool Bar and Courtyard Pool Bar at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
  • Mardi Grogs Pool Bar at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
Bayou Lavender Lemonade Tiana's Bayou Adventure

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Crisped Rice Cereal Treat Lily Pad

  • Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom Park
  • Big Top Souvenirs at Magic Kingdom Park
  • Goofy’s Candy Company at Disney Springs
  • Disney’s Candy Cauldron at Disney Springs
  • Zuri’s Sweets Shop at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
  • Screen Door General Store at Disney’s BoardWalk
  • Bayview Gifts at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Pecan Praline Caramel Apple

  • Main Street Confectionery at Magic Kingdom Park
  • Big Top Souvenirs at Magic Kingdom Park
  • Goofy’s Candy Company at Disney Springs
  • Disney’s Candy Cauldron at Disney Springs
  • Zuri’s Sweets Shop at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
  • Screen Door General Store at Disney’s BoardWalk
  • Bayview Gifts at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
On the left is a round green donut with a frog decoration made of icing, reminiscent of Tiana's Bayou Adventure food. On the right is a caramel apple rolled in chopped nuts and drizzled with white and milk chocolate swirls. Tiana's Bayou Adventure Rice krispie Treat and Candy Apple

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Tiana’s Foods

Tiana’s Bayou Adventure will take place after the events of the 2009 movie and will focus on Tiana’s new venture — Tiana’s Foods. Tiana has purchased an old salt mine and turned it into a cooperative business adventure.

So, it makes perfect sense that Disney would sell some products from Tiana’s Foods!

Starting June 28, guests will be able to purchase Mama Odie’s Hot Sauce. They can also add a ton of flavor to their dishes with a line of Dooky Chase’s Seasonings, including Gumbo Base, Seafood Seasoning, Meat Seasoning, and Fried Chicken Seasoning.

On the left, a bottle of Donya Craven's Hot Sauce sits on a piece of driftwood with greenery and lights blurred in the background. On the right, four bottles of Donya Craven's spices are lined up in front of a light blue background, perfect for adding flair to any Tiana's Bayou Adventure food.

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If you are looking to visit the Magic Kingdom on June 28, then make sure you get your theme park tickets and get there early! Reservations are no longer required for date-based tickets, but that doesn’t mean that the park will be empty.

It is definitely possible that the Magic Kingdom will reach capacity on June 28. Should that happen, new guests will not be let in, and park hopping to the park will be suspended.

Unfortunately, Annual Passholders hoping to visit the Magic Kingdom on that day will be unable to do so if they do not already have a reservation. Annual Passholders are still required to make theme park reservations, and June 28 is completely booked up.

What new treats are you going to try when Tiana’s Bayou Adventure opens? Let us know in the comments!

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!

One comment

  1. Kathy Wesserling

    Honestly, as a Foodie who loves trying unfamiliar dishes in every park, it’s driving me crazy that nearly every new “exciting” food offering is a dessert kind of treat. Between the Sweets and Plant-based menu items, WDW is becoming less interesting for annual guests like me. For a Diebetic, it’s also a no-go!

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