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REVIEW: We Ate EVERYTHING at Disneyland’s Star Wars Nite

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REVIEW: We Ate EVERYTHING at Disneyland’s Star Wars Nite

May the Food…err…the Force be with you!

We’re in Disneyland attending Disneyland After Dark: Star Wars Nite, and we are SO excited to let our Star Wars nerd OUT and enjoy some special entertainment, characters, food, and more. But let’s get back to the food — now, we’ve made our way around the entire event to eat all the event-exclusive snacksand we’re here to tell you about all of them!

So let’s get started. We headed over to the Tropical Hideaway — now we usually go here for Dole Whip, but for Star Wars Nite, we’re trying the Pineapple and Ube Crescent Sundae for $8.49.

This sweet sundae is sure to please Dole Whip fans, or anyone looking for a relatively light tasty snack while walking the park during Star Wars Nite.

We also couldn’t turn down the Street-style Elote Burger for $15.99 at Hungry Bear Restaurant.

The Lah’mu burger is a take on the California staple avocado burger, and we thought it does the dish justice. The avocado was fresh, and the meat was juicy and seasoned perfectly. HOWEVER, be aware that this is one SPICY burger, and definitely not for the feint of heart in that department.

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A very special Princess Leia-inspired dessert can be found at Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor. It’s the Galactic Princess Sundae for $10.79.

This sundae is a delicious blend of cinnamon, caramel and marshmallow flavors, with the streusel giving it a nice kick. Plus, we can never resist a dish modeled after Princess Leia iconic A New Hope hair.

You can also find a ton of other snacks in Disneyland for Season of the Force — these treats can be found during the day, too.

We’ll be telling you even more about our experience at Star Wars Nite, so check back with AllEars again soon.

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Will you be attending Star Wars Nite this year? Let us know in the comments!

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