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Test Mobile Only Ordering For Dole Whip Treats At Tiki Juice Bar

Enchanted Tiki Room
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TMS-4130
Source:
sbsun.com
Author:
Brady Macdonald
Dateline:
March 22, 2019
Posted:
April 01, 2019
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Current
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There won't be a long line stretching away from the Tiki Juice Bar in late March for those tasty Dole Whip floats and soft-serve treats that Disneyland visitors crave because the Anaheim theme park will be testing a new mobile ordering strategy designed to help reduce congestion and crowding.

The Tiki Juice Bar will run a test on March 28-30 when Dole Whip items at the food stand will be available for purchase only via mobile order, Disneyland officials said.

During the test, visitors can still make Dole Whip purchases with cash, credit or debit cards at the new Tropical Hideaway dining location in Adventureland.

The addictive pineapple treats have inspired a cult-like following among Dole Whip devotees who wait in lines that can have longer wait times than some theme park attractions.

The new Tropical Hideaway grab-and-go dining area on the banks of the Jungle Cruise river offers a tropical-themed menu along with Dole Whip soft serve and floats in pineapple, orange and raspberry flavors.

Serving Dole Whip soft serve and floats at Tropical Hideaway takes some of the pressure off of the often-crowded stand in front of the Enchanted Tiki Room at the entrance to Adventureland.

A Disneyland initiative dubbed Project Stardust seeks to relieve pedestrian pinch points throughout the park ahead of the massive crowds that are expected to descend starting May 31 on the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge themed land.

Project Stardust - a mash-up of Star Wars and pixie dust - takes a comprehensive park-wide look at operations, infrastructure and crowd management with an eye toward improving efficiency, traffic flow and access.

The support beams in the middle of the walkway passing under the Adventureland arch will be removed to free up foot traffic and restore the entryway to its pre-1990s appearance.

To help reduce crowding, the Dole Whip stand in front of the Enchanted Tiki Room will be closed on busy days, with fans of the popular treat directed to the new stand in Tropical Hideaway.

A Disneyland employee will be stationed at the Tiki Juice Bar to assist visitors with mobile orders and direct those making cash, debit and credit card purchases to Tropical Hideaway during the test. Mobile orders are made through the Disneyland app.

The test may be adjusted during the three-day period depending on demand.
 
Attractions Referenced

Enchanted Tiki Room

 
Restaurants Referenced

Tiki Juice Bar

Tropical Hideway

 
Lands Referenced

Adventureland

Star Wars Galaxys Edge

 
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