Bring all your amigos and indulge in classic Mexican cuisine on a beautiful bougainvillea-shaded hacienda patio. Exotic painted tiles, flowing fountains and stunning Mexican glass lanterns adorn the peaceful oasis. Sit back relax at this quick-service, fiesta-style restaurant.
La Victoria, a California specialist in salsa and sauces since 1917, brings you the best dining north of the border. Entrees include citrus fire-grilled chicken, 4 cheese enchiladas, soft tacos, burritos and even a tostada salad. Don’t say “adios” without trying the Tres Leche cake, flan or chocolate praline cake.
“Rancho del Zocalo” translates to mean “Ranch of the Square” in English. The word “zocalo” has an interesting history at Disneyland Park. The open area at the entrance to Frontierland used to be called “El Zocalo” or “town square.”
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