I’m already drooling just looking at this picture. Okay, let’s do the review.
This was one of Kolani and I’s favorite meals we had at Disneyland. I cannot stress enough how excited we were to be going back there as adults. We were able to see things from a different perspective, and thoroughly enjoy the things we might have taken for granted as kids. Eating, I believe, was one of them.
When you’re a kid, I feel like as long as you have a pb&j or some macaroni, you’re a happy camper. But when adults go out to eat, it’s quite the contrary. We see the prices, taste the wines, and indulge in tender steaks.
As a kid, I may have heard of Steakhouse 55 before, but it didn’t leave a lasting impression like going on Space Mountain a zillion times.
This time around, I was going out to a nice dinner with my handsome boyfriend and a couple members of his family that I had not met before. So, the nerves were real.
Something else that I also have grown to appreciate as an adult is just how much Disneyland values old Hollywood. The music and set designs of various places makes you feel as if you’ll go back in time and see Walt himself.
Steakhouse 55 has those old Hollywood vibes. There are various large pictures throughout the restaurant of some the greatest actors who have ever lived. Behind me was Marilyn Monroe and baseball star Joe DiMaggio, and just across the way was Cary Grant and Ava Gardner.
We feasted like royalty. Kolani got a juicy steak while I got a lobster tail. The four of us shared delicious sides like mashed potatoes, macaroni, green beans, and asparagus to name a few.
I know I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again-this was one of the best trips I’ve ever had. Kolani and I were floating on cloud nine the entire trip. We relaxed under the sun, ate incredible food, and made beautiful memories.
Although it is pricey, I would highly recommend Steakhouse 55 if you’re planning a trip to Disneyland. You can make reservations and check availability by clicking here.
This has been a chloscall.
Until next time,