The upcoming new Avengers Campus at Disneyland will feature not only new rides and attractions, but also attractions of the culinary kind as well. Rejoice, foodies, for some new dishes have arrived.

Avengers Campus concept art.
Huh, looks like a nice science fantasy adventure going on here.

When the Avengers Campus opens at Disney California Adventure on June 4, 2021; it’s not just the rides guests can look forward to. The attraction will offer some fabulous cuisine options as well. The selection of dishes here will tantalize any gourmand. Heck, I’m getting hungry just looking at them. Interested? Well, here’s a teaser of the selection awaiting you at Avengers Campus:

Pym Test Kitchen

Pym Test Kitchen at Avengers Campus.
Interesting restaurant façade, but I’m a bit disappointed that those mechanical doors don’t actually work.

Pym Test Kitchen will be your primary source of munchies in your stay at Avengers Campus. Their menu is as varied as it is large. It’s a perfect place to dine while you’re taking a break from your Marvel adventures. To start us off, we have their breakfast selection, which features many eggs, bacon, and focaccia:

Pym Test Kitchen breakfast menu.
Mm, there’s nothing better than bacon.

Next, we have a selection of the Pym Test Kitchen’s entrees at the Avengers Campus. The entree menu is creatively named the Blue Particle Specials. This includes such delights as paninis, oddly shaped chicken burgers, and even pasta and plant-based meatballs in an oversized spoon-bowl thing.

Pym Test Kitchen entree menu.
You can’t see it, but I’m drooling pretty heavily here.

Those were the adult entrees though. Pym Test Kitchen at Avengers Campus also has a kid’s menu. Instead of Blue Particles though, these are the Red Particle Mini-Meals for kids ages 3-9. As you can see, it’s even appropriately sized, with Dannon yogurt in each meal to boot.

Pym Test Kitchen kid's menu.
Pretty fancy for a kid’s meal.

If you don’t want a full meal, or if you’re just looking to quench your thirst after a long day wandering through Avengers Campus, Pym Test Kitchen has that covered too. It’s mostly giant pretzels, fancy or not when it comes to snacks for now. As for drinks though, they’ve got Pingo Doce soda straight out of the Marvel films and even their own concoction: Proton PB&J Punch. It sounds weird but tasty.

Pym Test Kitchen snack and drinks menu.
Said Proton PB&J Punch is the one in the bottom left. Those orange balls? Those are peanut butter pretzel spheres.

Pym Tasting Lab

Speaking of drinks, Pym isn’t limited to the Test Kitchen. Right next door is the Pym Tasting Lab. The lab apparently looks like an oversized beer can, so you can’t miss it from anywhere on the Avengers Campus. The Tasting Lab is basically an Ant-Man-themed bar, complete with its own unique cocktails. This is definitely not a kids’ bar. All of the drinks here are alcoholic, so let’s limit underage drinking, shall we?

Pym Tasting Lab drinks and snacks.
At least you can give your kids a bag of bar snacks as compensation.

Shawarma Palace

Shawarma Palace and food cart guy.
Might as well fill your shawarmas with Easter eggs, while you’re at it.

Remember that little scene at the end of the first Avengers film, where all the heroes finally find out what shawarma is? Well, Avengers Campus remembers. Why else would they have their very own Shawarma Palace food cart here? At the moment, they only have chicken and falafel shawarmas, but they already sound delicious. The pickled vegetables in coconut yogurt-tahini sauce just adds a nice traditional side dish to the experience.

Shawarma Palace menu.
Now if only they can get beef or lamb.

Terran Treats

Guardian of the Galaxy ride at Avengers Campus.
Guardians of the Galaxy Ð Mission: BREAKOUT! will take Disney California Adventure park guests through the fortress-like museum of the mysterious Collector, who is keeping his newest acquisitions, the Guardians of the Galaxy, as prisoners. Beginning in the summer of 2017, guests will board a gantry lift which launches them into a daring adventure as they join Rocket Raccoon in an attempt to set free his fellow Guardians. The new attraction will transform the structure currently housing The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror into a new adventure, enhancing the free fall sensation with new visual and audio effects to create a variety of ride experiences. Guests will experience multiple, random and unique ride profiles in which the rise and fall of the gantry lift rocks to the beat of music inspired by the filmÕs popular soundtrack.

Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! is one of the bigger attractions at Avengers Campus. So it’s no coincidence that Terran Treats, a Guardians of the Galaxy-themed food cart, is right next to it. This cart sells cream puffs with a nice purple raspberry cheesecake mousse in it, and churros in spirally shapes. They seem like nice snacks to have while relaxing after your outer space adventure, really.

Terran Treats menu.
Mm, purple cream.

Avengers Campus Novelties

Okay, this isn’t really food. However, Avengers Campus does sell food-related novelty items. At least, sort of food-related, that is. They have these glowing Pym capsules and Pym discs so that you can light up your drinks in either red or blue. They also have an enlarged Pingo Duce soda can that you can use to hold Pingo Duce soda or some other drink. There’s also a toy Iron Man Infinity Gauntlet that you can use for holding drinks, or for poking people with. It’s your choice. Lastly, you also have an oversized flight board with mini beer steins on it. You know, for fun. All of these are available at Pym Test Kitchen, so you can get them there if you want a novelty or two as a souvenir.

Various novelties you can get at Avengers Campus.
Fancy toys for your kitchen.


Avengers Campus at Disneyland doesn’t just have rides. Disney and Marvel have also prepared culinary delights to please any foodie. Want to have an adventure for your taste buds? Check them out at Disney California Adventure on June 4, 2021.

Source: Disney Parks Blog