Here’s the food news of the week, highlighted here on the Disney Food Blog:
- Disneyland annual passholders can now book reservations for Disney’s California Food and Wine Festival signature events. The rest of us have to wait until Feb. 16th!
- WDW’s Downtown Disney is saying goodbye to McDonald’s on April 30th. In its place will be a franchise of Latin fast food chain, Pollo Campero.
- Magic Kingdom is seeing more dining renovations.
SamLand’s Disney Adventures shares a great detail from Pinocchio’s Village Haus in Disney World. Be sure to check the comments, where Anthony from DLRPMagic shares a very related detail from Disneyland Paris!
Orlando Sentinel shares more construction pics from Epcot.
DLRPToday, same folks from DLRPMagic, incidentally, reports that Hurricanes Discotheque will be closing permanently on March 31, 2010.
Designing Disney takes us to Disneyland’s Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor.
Disney and More reminds us that Disney Legend Walt Peregoy’s artwork is currently being exhibited at the Chocolate Bar in Encino, CA. I call this a food post because of the location. I think it works. Walt is best known for his work on 101 Dalmatians.
The OC Register explains how Disney’s paying employees to lose unhealthy, excess weight.
2719 Hyperion is able to take its eyes away from the goodies and document the decor at the Disney’s Hollywood Studios Beverly Sunset Sweet Spells shop (also known as the Scary Apothecary).
WDW Alone reminds us to get training for the Wine and Dine Halloween 5K fun run
Orlando Sentinel reports that central Florida and the Disney area is the Word’s Most Celiac Friendly Destination!
DF 82 brings us back to Disneyland Paris with a look at Toad Hall.
Main Street Gazette shares a trip to Le Cellier — including a photo of the Chocolate Moose.
Disney Parks Blog has some suggestions for Date Night at Disneyland’s Downtown Disney.