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Din Tai Fung Opening This Summer at Downtown Disney District Plus More Restaurants Coming Soon

Din Tai Fung Opening This Summer at Downtown Disney District
Din Tai Fung/Disney

In addition to the three new Mexican restaurants coming to Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort, other restaurants will also be opening this year, like famed Asian restaurant Din Tai Fung.

Din Tai Fung

This Michelin-awarded restaurant brand from Taiwan, will be opening its newest California outpost at Downtown Disney District this summer.

Its menu will include fan favorites like their signature soup dumplings (Xiao Long Bao), wontons, noodles, steamed buns, bok choy, pork chop fried rice and other flavorful dishes served family style.

As soon as we have an exact opening date, we’ll let you know so you can get in your reservation for what is sure to be a hot spot to eat.

Din Tai Fung
.Din Tai Fung

Steakhouse and BBQ

With the closing of Tortilla Jo’s, new space has opened up and Disney plans to open a steakhouse restaurant and an adjacent barbecue eatery in that location.

No word who they might partner with, as most of the new restaurants seem to have established Chefs or restaurant concepts attached, but what steak or BBQ brand would you like to see come to Disneyland Resort? Let us know in the comments.

Marceline’s Confections

As part of the transformation of Downtown Disney District, it seems Marceline’s Confectionery will be getting a revamp, as well.

Disney says it is designing an all-new, expanded and completely reimagined confection experience featuring guests favorite treats and fun new tasty offerings, too.

Marceline's Confections Downtown Disney District

While work is being done on the store, guests can visit Marceline’s cart coming soon to the district to pick up caramel apples, churro toffee and other handcrafted goodies.

Plus, The Disney Dress Shop has temporarily moved to the WonderGround Gallery location, and select items from WonderGround Gallery may also be found in Disney Home.

Marceline's Confections Downtown Disney District