While we should show our partners love and affection year-round, Valentine’s Day is the time of year to do that little something extra. If you and/or your darling are Disney fans, here’s what you can find at Disneyland’s Downtown Disney for the perfect Disney Valentines Day!
Nothing says you care like food. Seriously, there are cultures who show love and affection by feeding others.
Of course a meal is important, but on a Disney Valentines Day sweet treats should reign supreme.
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Shakes are known for their outrageous milkshakes. It’s only natural that they would have a special shake for the holiday of love. This year they’re offering a Red Velvet Cake Shake with a vanilla frosted rim, red and white sprinkles. It’s topped with a slice of red velvet cake, whipped cream, chocolate drizzle, and a cherry.
Marceline’s Confectionary always has the best array of treats to top off your Disney day. Here you’ll find themed sweets for your sweetheart like a “Bee Mine” Granny Smith candy apple or a heart-shaped “Bee Mine” rice crispy treat.
Wetzel’s Pretzels is serving up ‘A Choc-Lot of Love’ pretzel that’s drizzled with chocolate fudge and dulce de leche.
If you’re looking to spice up your night over a cocktail, you can head over to the GCH Craftsman Bar inside Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. The bar is offering Valentine’s cocktails throughout February including the Tuxedo Strawberry, The California Crush, and Love’s Lantern.
Gifts are never mandatory, but sometimes it’s a nice gesture.
California Sole has a selection of Pura Vida heart jewelry, wallets and lanyards from Thread, and appropriately colored starry red Havaianas sandals – if you’re a SoCal local, sandals are a perfectly acceptable Valentine’s gift!
Give the gift of bling with Pandora’s sweetheart selection! Look at this adorable Minnie and Mickey heart and key charm!
Seal your perfect Disney Valentines Day with a note expressing your love with a pop up card or paper flower bouquet from Lovepop!
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