Our soon-to-be son-in-law Joe got my parents and brother into both parks with his employee passes so that we could all be together. My brother lives in Arizona so we don't get to see him as often as we would like so it was nice being able to spend the day with him at the Disneyland Resort.
While inside California Adventure we stopped at the little cart selling Boudin Sourdough bread in front of the Pacific Wharf Cafe to get a snack.
My daughter got a Boudin Christmas Tree for us all to snack on together. My brother bought a couple of different loaves of bread; he got the long baguette and two sourdough bread bowls. He took the bread home with him and eventually ate chili out of the bread bowls and snacked on the baguette on his long drive back to Arizona.
They really do have some great bread, it's baked fresh so it's soft on the inside and hard on the outside. It's perfection if you want good sourdough bread to eat. The cost of the loaves is very cheap, it's the entrance to Disney California Adventure that will cost you a fortune.
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This is a blog of our Disney dining experiences in and around the park area. The Disneyland Resort and California Adventure both have great food that you should try. There are lots of great places to eat outside the park nearby as well.
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