Ready for a break?
How about a cup of delicious, 100% fresh-squeezed Sunkist orange juice?
Or maybe a tall, refreshing lemonade, made with fresh-squeezed Sunkist lemons?
If its a hot day, you might prefer a Sunkist frozen juice bar.
You could also order coffee, rolls, lemon tarts, or cheesecake.
If youre in Adventureland, you can find a similar beverage menu at
“Sunkist, I Presume,” a delightful outdoor facility.
Here, you can order a jungle julep.
Hungry? Have a donut or a hot dog.
In Disneyland, the Sunkist Citrus House survived on Main Street until 1990,
when the Blue Ribbon Bakery replaced it.
This location is next door to the Penny Arcade.
In March 1997, the former Sunkist Citrus House location became the Gibson Girl
Ice Cream Parlor, hosted by Nestlé Ice Cream,a take-out ice cream location
serving eight flavors of scooped ice cream and six flavors of soft-serve
The Blue Ribbon Bakery, serving fresh baked goods and
gourmet coffee, moved next door into the former
Carnation Ice Cream Parlor and Restaurant
(a Disneyland institution since 1955).
Fortunately, Carnations outdoor dining patio survived as a table-service
restaurant, the Carnation Café.
Over in Disneylands Adventureland, the Bengal Barbecue replaced “Sunkist, I
Presume.” in 1990.
© 2007 Werner Weiss — Disclaimers, Copyright, and Trademarks
Updated July 24, 2007.
Photograph of Sunkist Citrus House: 1974 by Werner Weiss.