If you’re a frequent visitor to the same theme parks like I am, you probably have a little ritual you do every time you visit. It’s my favorite ride. The problem with these rituals is that if you do the same thing every time, you miss out on everything else.
I like to spend as much time in the parks as possible when I’m there, so I usually just have breakfast first before I do anything else, but usually rope drop Disneyland. I don’t have one, but I often go to the Jolly Holiday Bakery or buy Mickey-shaped beignets at the Mint Julep Bar. But earlier this year everything changed. One morning I was hanging out with a few friends online who are Disneyland cast members and the director of the excellent Harricks documentary. live from space stageThey introduced me to my new morning ritual, the Disneyland Breakfast Chimichanga. Does Deadpool know this?
Chimichanga for breakfast is never a secret, but at the same time it is often overlooked and I have been eating it for several years. Of course, when a Disneyland cast member recommended it to me, I had to try it.
You can only find it on the food cart across from the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad entrance in Frontierland. and are only available from the park until 11am or until sold out. And because of how the location’s eaves make the sign difficult to read from a distance, this item is really easy to miss.
The breakfast chimichangas are excellent, a delicious combination of fried tortillas with eggs, cheese and breakfast sausages. As a portable breakfast he’s a great way to start the day. You can save one before queuing for the first attraction of the day. It works much better than any breakfast that requires you to sit down unless you really want to.
If you’re not familiar with chimichangas for breakfast, I recommend going to Frontierland in the morning and trying them out on your next trip to Disneyland. It may become your new rope drop ritual as if it were a thing.