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Gallop in for some hearty grub and stay for a spirited stage show of knee-slappin’ songs and well-timed wisecracks.
Belly up to the bar, enjoy a balcony view or settle into a seat on the main floor: y’all are invited to take part in live performances by Laughing Stock Co. C’mon and join Mayor Sam J. McGillicuddy, his daughter Sally Mae, and Sheriff Clem Clodhopper in their side-splittin’ shenanigans!
Hot Chili, Cool Sundaes
Keep up your constitution with fish and chips, chicken breast nuggets with a choice of dipping sauce, or a mixed green salad topped with crispy chicken. Chili cheese fries and chili in a bread bowl add a western twang to the lineup. Little trailblazers can lasso the Kid’s Power Pack, a bounty of most wanted and most healthy snacks.
High-kicking hand-scooped sundaes are the grand finale here at the Golden Horseshoe saloon: mint chocolate chip, hot fudge with chocolate chip cookies, and strawberry. Fans of ice cream floats “cancan” choose from cola or root beer. Yeehaw!
Relive the golden era of Disneyland Park at this old-timey saloon that’s been here since the very beginning.
One of several original buildings dating back to the opening of the Disneyland Resort in 1955, The Golden Horseshoe was also where Walt Disney and his wife, Lillian, celebrated their 30th anniversary with the debut performance of the original Golden Horseshoe Revue. Walt kept a private box—now public—upstairs to the right of the stage so he could watch the show whenever he felt like it. With over 50,000 performances logged since then, the Golden Horseshoe Revue was at one time “the world’s longest-running live stage show,” according the Guinness Book of World Records.
To this day, Western flair is everywhere at The Golden Horseshoe, with wall-mounted longhorns chosen by Walt himself, polished brass banisters and 1850s-style period chandeliers. Disney legend Harper Goff designed the saloon’s interior using a set design he had created for the 1953 Doris Day film Calamity Jane.
|11:00 AM - 9:00 PM|