Disneyland's New Avengers-Themed Sandwich Is $100, So Who's Hungry?

Some may argue that Disney food is the best part about the parks, and whenever they release new food items, we can't help but agree (still love you, though, rides!). With the Avengers Campus opening on June 4, we couldn't help but check out all the new treats and eats ahead of time so we know exactly what to fuel ourselves up with during our next trip to California Adventure. And while digging around the mouthwatering menus, it was hard to miss the massive, super(hero)-size sandwich at the new Pym Test Kitchen. Made for six to eight people to split, the $100 Quantum-Sized Pym-ini Sandwich is fit for parkgoers that are super hungry. Complete with salami, rosemary ham, provolone cheese, and a sun-dried tomato spread on toasted focaccia, this sandwich ensures that you'll be full enough to take on any mission you face. Served with a marinara dipping sauce and an arugula salad, the only question we have is does it get any better?

If you're wondering why such a big sandwich exists (although, why should it not?), the new restaurant is themed after the Ant-Man movies, so it's going to have dishes that play with proportions. If you're not in the mood for a massive Pym-ini sandwich, you can opt for the regular-size version, which costs $15, a giant meatball that's served on a massive metal spoon, or a caesar salad that comes with a huge crouton.

Complete with eccentric entrées, shareable sides, and the sandwich of our dreams, Pym Test Kitchen has everything you need to fuel up and feel like a superhero. The next time you're on a mission to combat your hunger after a long day at the park, head over to this new Avengers staple and power up.