As we all know, most of us here have a soft spot for Disneyland cuisine. Whether it be in the form of a dole whip, or a huge corn dog, we all love it all. Food to most of us is part of the experience, or we might actually view it as an experience in its self. With the upcoming opening of the service upgrade at the New Orleans Café, I was thinking about how Disneyland needs more dinning like this, throughout the park. But is it really advantageous to the majority? For those of us lucky enough to visit often we don't mind, we actually enjoy, taking the time to sit down have a nice meal within the mouse house. Should Disneyland continue to upgrade services around the park, maybe build new restaurants, or should they continue to provide the fast food trademark that busy and rushed America has come to love?