News! Shades of Green Resort April Food Events

Shades of Green located at Walt Disney World is an Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC) for United States Military Members and their families!

This month, Shades of Green is offering a Food, Wine, and Music event along with discounted meals, and an Easter Basket delivery service. Check out these great happenings at Shades of Green!

Shades of Music: A Food, Wine, and Music Experience

Enjoy the second annual Shades of Music on April 4 and 5th featuring a World Cuisine Buffet with live music.

Shades of Music

Shades of Music

Time: 5PM-10PM
Cost: $16.95 adults; $7.95 kids

Reserve your spot now by calling 407-824-6466.

Discounted Meals

Kids 6 and under eat eat free at Mangino’s and The Garden Gallery with a paying adult!

Steak and Seafood Specials

Mangino’s is open 5PM-9:30PM and offering Steak and Seafood Specials on Monday nights in April. Enjoy Surf and Turf or Prime Rib!

Enjoy April specials on steak and seafood!

Enjoy April specials on steak and seafood!

No landlubbers? Fridays in April feature these seafood events — ShrimpFests or New England ClamBakes — on the outdoor patio.

Seafood on the patio!

Seafood on the patio!

Easter Baskets

Plan ahead for your Easter celebration! Shades of Green is offering Easter Baskets delivered to your resort room for $11.99. Orders must be made by April 18, 2014.

Easter Basket delivery

Easter Basket delivery

Thanks to our servicemen and women!

Have you enjoyed a meal at the Shades of Green resort? Let us know in the comments below!


  1. Mike K. says

    My family and I stay at Shades of Green, at least once or twice every year for a week at a time and just love it there. These continual special events and dining experiences are just another reason why we keep coming back to SOG. There always seems to be something going on at SOG that keeps you entertained when you need a break from the parks. You can’t beat the food and price at the two on-site restaurants, especially the all you can eat buffet, both during breakfast and dinner.
    Unfortunately, we will not be at SOG this April to take advantage of these special events and experiences, but will be staying there in October for our annual trek to the F&W festival, minus the little ones:)
    Thanks for including Shades of Green on the Disneyfoodblog. A hidden gem of WDW, no doubt!!


  2. Ashley says

    SOG is for active duty & retired military only. It is a fabulous hotel though with larger rooms than the rest of Disney’s resorts (around 450 sq ft). The main building was originally built by Disney as a deluxe resort with just 300 rooms surrounded by golf courses but they couldn’t keep it full. It was first leased and then sold to the military and is pretty much fully booked year-round.

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