Having an annual pass at Disneyland is a perk. 10% off almost everything at the theme park is awesome. The best part of course would be being able to go pretty much whenever I want, excluding those annoying black out dates of course. Walking around, riding rides, and watching the fireworks really take it out of you. Good thing Disneyland has a place to eat at every corner.
Walking into Blue Ribbon Bakery on Main Street, it was like an old school coffee and cake shop. They offer a lot of baked goods as well as coffees and other drinks. I opted for the sticky cinnamon bun. I hadn’t had one for a while, and I thought this would be perfect. In my head, it was warm, gooey, and oh so chewy. Sadly, this was not the case.
This honey bun was dry. The bun was not chewy — each bite was like biting off a piece of stale bread. Not my kind of sweet treat. Though kind of sweet and cinnamon-y, it did not satisfy my honey bun craving.
I did buy one of their fresh out of the oven macaroons, and that was pretty good. It was kind of warm and dense inside. This was exactly what I was looking for. As you may already know where I stand, I will tell you again. There aren’t many good places to eat at Disneyland. In hind sight, I should have opted for a nice churro instead.