John State says that Coke Corner has a deconstructed taco sold off-menu. "It's a bag of corn chips topped off with chili, Cheddar, sour cream, and green onions,” he says. “You eat it right out of the bag."
Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street USA has a red velvet whoopie pie ice cream sandwich that can be ordered on the sly. The Golden Horseshoe Saloon in Frontierland is also known to serve ice cream nachos off-menu -- with scoops of ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate chips, and a cherry on top of a waffle cone pieces that resemble nacho chips.
As treats come and go -- and become more inventive -- the idea is to build a buzz online, especially among guests who return over and over again throughout the year. "You never know what you'll find, but you'll find something," State says. "We're getting permission to do fun creative food. Guests are open to new ideas."