I took a quick trip to Walt Disney World last week and had the opportunity to experience several new technological initiatives related to Dining at Disney World.
I’ve written these up in several posts for DFB, and today we’ll cover the new iPad wine list that recently debuted at Victoria & Albert’s!
iPad Wine Menu at Victoria & Albert’s
During our trip, my husband and I dined at our favorite restaurant on the planet — Victoria & Albert’s at the Grand Floridian. Maitre d’Hotel Israel Perez was excited to show us that the venue’s wine list had recently been transferred to an interactive iPad format.
The interactive features were quite helpful for guests like us who are not quite as wine savvy as we should be. And the system will also work well for wine experts who know what they’re looking for.
You could search by flavor, price, varietal, region, or by any keyword you chose to type.
You can search by bottle or glass, and sort alphabetically or by price.
I’m relatively comfortable with technology and am an avid iPad user, so I found this system to be incredibly intuitive and easy to use. I liked it much better than a traditional paper wine list.
But Maitre d’ Israel was quick to point out that they also have a new larger font print wine list for guests who prefer to work with print.
Overall, I had a blast playing with all the new foodie technology that’s appearing at Walt Disney World. I’m excited to see it all fully integrated into the MyMagic+ guest experience and am looking forward to whatever they come up with next.