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This Finance Exec Has Eaten at 99 of the 100 'World's Best' Restaurants

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All he needs to complete the quest is Tokyo’s Sushi Saito

Paul Grinberg pictured with Atelier Crenn's Dominique Crenn .

This Bay Area finance executive only has one restaurant left to go before he completes his quest to dine in all the world’s best restaurants in one year. Paul Grinberg travels frequently for business and puts that time to good use by seeking out meals at restaurants from the 2017 World’s 50 Best Restaurants list and its extension list of restaurants ranked 51 to 100.

The lengthy list spans 30 countries and five continents. In just one year, Grinberg has made it to 99 of those restaurants and has documented his feat on his Instagram, @restaurantstodinefor.

Grinberg began his quest in 2017 while on vacation in Spain. While he sometimes eats alone while traveling on business, he told The World’s 50 Best Restaurants that his family has joined him for 35 of the experiences, and that he also sometimes dines with his partner or with work colleagues.

“I’ve had so many great experiences in my journey through the Best 100 and have so many great stories,” Grinberg told The Daily Meal. “Some of the things I’ve done to get a reservation would blow your mind. The overall highlight has been meeting so many amazing people, from chefs to managers to servers to other diners. Sharing stories and experiences with them has been wonderful.”

“Working my way through the Best 100 has allowed me to travel to more than 25 countries all over the world. The variety of food, the diversity of cultures and the differing backgrounds of every one I’ve met has been remarkable. People connect over food and I’ve made some amazing connections.”

Although Grinberg has made it to Eleven Madison Park, Le Bernardin, Mugaritz, and Odette plus 95 others, he has yet to make it to Tokyo’s Sushi Saito. Unable to get a reservation, Grinberg has put out a request via his Instagram bio: “Can anyone help me get into Sushi Saito?”

Grinberg has about two months before the 2018 World’s 50 Best list is released, so here’s hoping he scores a reservation. For his next feat, Grinberg will attempt to dine at all three-star Michelin restaurants within a year. So far he claims to have been to 85! Can’t continent-hop like Paul? Perhaps you can drive to the 101 best restaurants in America for 2018. Good luck getting to Hawaii!


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.


Disneyland Is Putting a Massive $100 Sandwich on the Menu (Yes, It's for More Than One Person)

The Marvel-themed 'Pym-ini' is inspired by Ant-Man's expansion powers.

Ant-Man&aposs name stems from his ability to shrink to the size of an ant, but that same technology—known in the Marvel universe as Pym Particles�n also be used to make things bigger. For instance, in a foodie-meets-superhero kitchen fight scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp, a villain is thwarted by a giant salt shaker. Now, Disney—which purchased Marvel in 2009—is bringing this "technology" to its new Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim&aposs Disneyland Resort. And they&aposre also answering an interesting question: If you use Pym Particles to make something bigger, does the price go up, too? Yes, definitely.

Slated to open on June 4, the new Avengers Campus will feature an Ant-Man and the Wasp-themed Pym Test Kitchen. The new quick-service dining facility is billed as "phenomenal food at unusual scales" that utilizes "the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles [to] pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up." (Wait, has the FDA looked into this?)

The highlights of the restaurant&aposs menu (outside of the Beer Mimosa that caught my eye) are two Pym-ini Sandwiches: a regular-sized one for $14.49 and a "Quantum-sized" option with the extra-large price tag of $99.99𠅋y far the most expensive thing on the menu. Both sandwiches feature "Salami, Rosemary Ham, Provolone and Sun-dried Tomato Spread on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad." However, the Quantum-sized version comes with a family-friendly bonus: Disney lists it as serving six to eight guests.

Interestingly, last week, the Disney-focused site WDW News Today screengrabbed a version of the menu with a medium-sized Pym-ini sandwich for $57.99, but that has since been removed from the official menu. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Daily News reports that the "serves six to eight" clarification appears to have only been added after word of the pricey sandwich started making the rounds on fan sites. Still, the paper points out that the $100 sandwich will be one of the most expensive food items guests can buy at the resort, sitting alongside options like a $138 Porterhouse for Two at Disneyland Hotel&aposs Steakhouse 55.

Since this sandwich does serve a large group of people, some of the hype around the price seems to be as hollow as the rumors that WandaVision was going to feature a surprise guest. And apologies to Pym Test Kitchen, but extra-large sandwiches for large groups of people aren&apost an innovative concept: Just ask fellow Disney-owned character Homer Simpson who gave himself food poisoning by taking too many days to eat a giant party sub back in 1993.



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