Here at the DFB we are all about the seasonal eats, and our Disneyland correspondent Heather Sievers (find her over @DiningInDisney on Instagram!) found a totally delicious seasonal soup in Disneyland. Chicken Pot Pie Soup (served in a bread bowl for ultimate awesomeness) can currently be found at The Harbour Galley!
Well, it’s not just snacks all over Disney World that are suddenly sporting the Rose Gold hue… because now you can get a Rose Gold CHURRO in Disneyland!
Find this strawberry flavored Churro at the Churro Cart next to Sleeping Beauty Castle. That’s what our friend Sabrina did (she’s @everythingdisney.55), and she thought it was delicious!
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, or Any-Excuse-To-Have-Some-Chocolate Day, there will be treats galore for you if you’re spending this week in Walt Disney World or Disneyland!
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In Magic Kingdom, stop by Main Street Bakery to find the Mickey Cinnamon Roll with a special heart decoration.
And if your idea of romance is inspired by Pecos Bill and Slue-Foot Sue, then mosey over yonder into Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe and order up some hand-dipped white and dark chocolate strawberries.
For the past year, Disneyland’s Village Haus has been occluded by the Red Rose Taverne overlay that was designed to celebrate the release of the live-action Beauty and the Beast. And there’s no end in sight for the takeover, as now Red Rose Taverne has a brand new breakfast menu! (Oh, and in case you’re wondering, it’s pretty much the only breakfast game in town besides Jolly Holiday, now that Rancho del Zocalo is back to only lunch and dinner.)
Happy Thursday! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re discussing a question we get asked quite often: What’s the difference between Disney World and Disneyland?
Now, I think we can all agree that both Disneyland and Disney World are magical places where vacation memories are just waiting to be made. But depending on your traveling group’s needs and vacation desires, one may be better than the other for your specific party. So in our latest DFB Video we’re talking about the differences and similarities in everything from Resorts to dining to attractions to parks and even more as we try to help you discover which of these two Disney destinations is best for you! [Read more…]
The Lunar New Year event at Disneyland is a multicultural celebration for the Year of the Dog — and it’s in full swing! The 2018 Lunar New Year events include three tasty food booths, plus the return of a nighttime water show called Hurry Home, the Lucky Wishing Wall (add your own wish!), and Mulan’s Lunar New Year Processional.
When DCA’s Cove Bar closed on January 8 as part of Paradise Pier’s transition to Pixar Pier, fans of the bar’s innovative (and beautiful) drinks (including the fun secret menu!) lamented the loss of this popular spot. What would become of their technicolor concoctions?
You know it! You love it! You have to have it! It’s Dole Whip (affectionately called Pineapple Soft Serve a lot of the time), and it’s been a staple of Walt Disney World for years. Of course you know where you can find it in Adventureland at Aloha Isle (Disney World) and the Tiki Juice Bar (Disneyland) in the shadows of the Tiki Room (you can even bring your sweet treat inside to eat during the show!).