Rancho Del Zocalo

Description from PassPorter's Disneyland Resort and Southern California Guidebook:

Hola! You’ll find a little bit of Mexico at this themed eatery with two distinct menus. You can enjoy such delights as citrus fire-grilled chicken ($13.99), red chile enchilada platter ($10.49), street taco trio ($11.49), and tostada salads ($11.99). Kids' options include bean and cheese burritos or chicken tacos ($6.99), and toddlers can choose from chicken and rice or beans and rice ($4.49). Seating is at tables on a partially-covered patio. Note: This eatery began serving breakfast on February 2, 2016. Part of the breakfast menu includes favorites from the old River Belle Terrace menu, like Mickey Mouse pancakes, as well as new Mexican-inspired breakfast entrees. Breakfast is available until 11:30 a.m. every morning, before switching to the lunch and dinner menu at noon.

Breakfast Average: $13
Lunch Average: $$23
Dinner Average: $$23
Snack Average: $$9
Kids Meal Prices: $6

Hours: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

Seating: Outdoor only at tables and chairs

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What PassPorter Readers Think of Rancho Del Zocalo (4 comments):

Mmmm - Rancho Del Zocalo! A Quick Service location where the atmosphere is a charming reminder that California was once part of Mexico. The food is generously portioned, of good quality and attractively presented. We enjoyed a nice breakfast here on my birthday. Try the Citrus Fire Grilled Chicken for dinner! And check your Disneyland History - this restaurant evolved from the eatery where Doritos were invented! http://www.ocweekly.com/restaurants/how-doritos-were-born-at-disneyland-6421662
Travel Fan gave this a rating of 9 on 07/06/2016 at 6:54:44 pm EDT

This is one of those hidden gems. You walk past it all the time but you don't go in. Well I went in and now it's one of my favorite places to eat.
scott disney dad gave this a rating of 9 on 06/27/2016 at 5:31:07 pm EDT

This is one of our favorite places to dine. The food is a great value, and the we love sitting watching people at the end of Big Thunder Mountain ride.
CharlesNKamber gave this a rating of 9 on 06/17/2016 at 12:30:06 pm EDT

This is our "go-to" for our first dinner at the park and if we don't have reservations. The service is quick and the food is good. The one downside is when getting the food, the lines are specific to the you cannot get a Tostada Salad and a Burrito in the same line - you have to stand in two different lines (which is why I downgraded the Magic value). The environment is very nice and I would highly recommend this eatery.
DLand4me gave this a rating of 9 on 06/17/2016 at 12:05:51 pm EDT

Outdoor seating area
| photo by Elastigirl

Type: Counter
Cuisine: Mexican
Noise Factor: Moderate

Annual Pass Discount: Yes
DVC Member Discount: Yes
Disney Visa Discount: No
Tables in Wonderland Discount: No

Explore other eateries in Frontierland:
  • The Golden Horseshoe
  • River Belle Terrace
  • Rancho Del Zocalo
  • Stage Door Cafe
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