We never turn down an opportunity to visit Walt Disney World’s Epcot, and one of our favorite Epcot activities is checking out the new eats. Refreshment Port, located on the path between World Showcase and Future World, is a convenient spot to grab a quick bite.
The Diamond Horseshoe in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland at Walt Disney World has had a bit of an identity crisis over the years.
Formerly a seasonal counter service spot, the restaurant is now a seasonal table service location. And while Diamond Horseshoe was once home only to an all-you-care-to-enjoy platter (which began as a temporary offering back in 2016), it was announced that beginning May 16, the menu would also include some a la carte options.
And that’s where Diamond Horseshoe stands today: it’s open seasonally and with limited hours (typically 1PM to 7PM), serving table service eats with both an a la carte and all-you-care-to-enjoy menu. And with the advent of the 2018 Disney Dining Plan’s alcohol-included policy, diners can now enjoy a glass of wine or beer with their meals as well.
But with the cycles of Diamond Horseshoe’s menu life seemingly always up in the air, this Magic Kingdom staple has maintained its Old West style and laid back atmosphere. And after my most recent visit, I might say that’s the best thing Diamond Horseshoe has going for it.
Diamond Horseshoe is a rootin’, tootin’ kind of spot, holding fast to its frontier styling in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland. And we love it for that.
We’re no strangers to Mickey and Minnie Ear treats at Walt Disney World, and we love when a new take comes out on an old favorite! That’s the case with these new Minnie blondies!
We first tried them wayyyyyy back in 2012, when Chocolate Brownie reigned supreme. And we recently spotted these Blondie and Strawberry Brownies at Panchito’s Gifts and Sundries at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.
Hey, there! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and I’m sharing the BEST things that happened while I was in Disney World last week!
I JUST got back from Disney World, and I packed a LOT into my quick, two-day trip. So I’ve got tons of stuff that I’ll be showing you in-depth reviews for soon. But I just couldn’t wait to share all the BEST things that happened while I was there — from the newest Dessert Party to my current favorite cupcake to dinner at Disney World’s AAA Five Diamond Award Restaurant… it’s ALL here. So I hope you enjoy checking out the absolute highlights of my recent trip to Disney World in our latest YouTube video! [Read more…]
We’re in high-planning mode for the 2018 Epcot Food and Wine Festival! And a big part of that process is picking and planning for the Festival’s Special Events and Low-Cost Seminars and Demonstrations.
IT’S TIME to make some serious Food and Wine plans, my friends… because we have a TON of information about the 2018 Epcot Food and Wine Festival!
Running from August 30 – November 12, 2018, the Food and Wine Festival features incredible special events, informative culinary and beverage demonstrations, celebrity chefs, and delicious Marketplace Food Booths, and so much more! Let’s check out what’s happening NEW in 2018… including a new Character Dance Party, a Mimosa Bar, new dishes at the Food Booths and more!!
Remember the Belle’s Gown Cupcake that arrived at Epcot’s Sunshine Seasons last month? Well, new today in Magic Kingdom, The Little Mermaid — Ariel! — has received a cupcake tribute of her very own at Magic Kingdom’s Main Street Bakery!
Instead of the base (which we’ll get to shortly), we just have to start with those toppings!
Get ready to rise and shine! Because soon it’s going to be time for Sunday BRUNCH at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’!
Every Sunday, the Rise ’n Shine Brunch will be offered from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. (The regular full menu will also be available after 11:00 am.)
Menu items for breakfast-meets-lunch will include Fried Chicken and House-made Sugar Doughnuts, Shrimp & Grits, Short Rib Hash, and an open-faced Big Biscuit topped with poached eggs, griddled country ham and house-made hollandaise sauce.