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Disney Food Post Round-Up: June 16, 2013

Happy Dad’s DAY!!! We’re raising a glass to all of your dads out there and hoping you’re having a great Father’s Day!

Starbucks has officially come to Disney World!

This week, we’ve got some awesome news to share with you, including coffee updates (Starbucks has soft opened in Main Street Bakery!), Food and Wine Festival updates, and more…

Let’s take a look at the latest!

Disney Food News

We’ve gathered this week’s food news from your favorite Disney destinations!

Of course, there’s more! Check out all the latest Disney Food News — even the stuff we don’t mention in posts on the blog! — on our Disney Food News Pin Board, including a New Egg White Omelet at the Kona Cafe and a Newly Erupting Volcano at the Rainforest Cafe in Downtown Disney Orlando.

DFB Reader Finds

If you find a fun new food — or other edible awesomeness — in or from Disney, share a photo with us on facebook or twitter so we can add it to our DFB Reader Finds each Sunday!

DFB Reader Janel sent us a “plate full of goodies” from Chef Mickey’s at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. YUM!

Breakfast at Chef Mickey's!

If you’re hankering for some French Toast, DFB Reader Brian tempts us with this photo of the creme brulee version from the Pepper Market at Coronado Springs Resort. Also, watch for a DFB review coming soon!

Breakfast at Pepper Market.

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Don’t Forget, use code: DAD2013 to get a $4 discount in honor of Father’s Day! And at the end of this post, we have details on even more savings!

If you purchased the 2012 Guide and would like to purchase the 2013 Guide, we’ve got a special discount for repeat purchasers. Email me here to get a limited-time, one-use, exclusive discount code to purchase the 2013 Guide at a $6 discount. Please include the email address you used to purchase the 2012 Guide in the body of your email.

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On to the Round-Up!

Walt Disney World for Grown Ups names ten top Disney spots for sharing a beer with Dad!

Mickey Fix highlights an R2D2 bottle stopper!

Stuff from the Park shares a vintage 1950s menu for kids dining at the Disneyland Hotel.

AllEars shares details on an adult cooking class at the Portobello Restaurant in Downtown Disney Orlando.

Eighteen25 shares a super fun Disney savings jar with a snack-tastic surprise!

Mouse on the Mind finds a thrifty breakfast at Shades of Green’s Garden Gallery.

Disney Parks Blog shows us how to create Eggs Benedict courtesy of Steakhouse 55′s Chef Alle Thiam.


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5 Comments

  1. JennM says:

    Wow! Look at those kids’ menu selections! Lamb chops with mint jelly? Sole? If ONLY today’s menus featured these kinds of real foods for kids!

  2. Prof. Brainard says:

    Haha! I love these old menus from the parks! I was also thinking the same thing as JennM regarding the choices. Of course, in the 1950s, most parents followed a policy of “kids eat what they’re told, or they don’t eat.” I suppose it seems draconian to the current indulgent parenting mindset, but I’m grateful now for it. It meant I tried many different foods and that I learned to like most of them.

  3. AJ says:

    JennB and Prof. Brainard — I always love looking at the old menus — not only for prices but also to see the differences between “kid foods” then and now! I always remember having liver and onions as one of our cafeteria meals in kindergarten…I doubt that would happen today!

  4. Prof. Brainard says:

    LOL! Nothing builds character in an 6-year-old like facing down a steaming plate of liver and onions!

  5. William Wells says:

    AJ,
    Have you ever had a Eggs Benidict Throwdown or Crawl? lot of Resorts make them but different at each one. WildernessLodge, Grand Floridian, The Contempory and Polynesian.
    I love Egg Benidict but at Wlat Disney World they make them different than at Steakhouse 55 in Disneyland.

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