The first cone you come to is the churro cone. At first I was hesitant to try Disneyland's churros because I was so disappointed in what Disney World was calling a churro, but I'm guessing that Disneyland, with it's large Latino community, knows that they can't get away with selling soggy, tasteless churros: These were excellent. Dipped in cinnamon and sugar, they were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The spicy chocolate dipping sauce on the side was a bit disappointment, but it's a minor thing. I would order these again.
After that, you'll come to a cone selling ice cream cones. Choose from vanilla and vanilla dippled in chocolate. If you're not happy with either of those choices, go to the next cone, where you can always get some popcorn.
You'll also find more substantial fare for lunch, such as chilli cone queso and chicken verdi.
There's lots of cute theming that makes you feel like you're right in the middle of the movie.
As with all of Cars Land, there's a lot of cute word play that references all things automotive and the movie that insprired the Land.
Disneyland is a park with a lot of fun and delicious food, so Sally's Cozy Cone fits in just fine. Can't wait to get back and try it all again!
Thanks to Bob and Donna Angelo for these photos. You can see more of our trip to Cars Land And Disneyland here.