Hi, there! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re taking you on another FOOD TOUR! Destination? Disney Springs Town Center!
While the Disney dining scene is ever-changing, there is no area in Disney World where that has been more true over the past few years than Disney Springs. So today we’re taking you with us to EVERY food stop in the Town Center of Disney World’s shopping, entertainment, and dining district! Join us for everything from artistic pastries and poutine to classic burgers and BBQ and MUCH more in our latest DFB YouTube Video! [Read more…]
Hello from the Monorail Resorts! Nothing makes us happier than boarding the Monorail on our way to the Magic Kingdom!
This time we stopped at each resort along the way and collected a bunch of updates for you! [Read more…]
Hello, there! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and we’re sharing reasons why you should totally visit Animal Kingdom Lodge during your Disney World vacation even if you aren’t staying there!
Disney World’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is SO much more than just a Resort hotel. It’s also a home to beautiful animals, host to unique activities, and a place where you can enjoy some truly memorable Disney dining. Check out all the reasons why you should visit Animal Kingdom Lodge during your next trip to Disney World (even if you’re staying somewhere else) in our latest DFB YouTube Video! [Read more…]
To celebrate summer AND the Grand Opening of Toy Story Land ALL of our DFB Guides are 50% off with promo code LUCKYDAY!
Whether you’re planning a summertime visit to Toy Story Land (and beyond!) or a fall vacation for the 2108 Epcot Food and Wine Festival, or family trip to celebrate the Holiday season, we have a DFB Guide Bundle for you! And with a 180 day dining booking window and 60 day FastPass+ booking window, it’s NEVER too early to start planning!
It’s time to think about planning for Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival, and if you’re like a lot of Walt Disney World guests, you’re trying to decide if you want to brave the crowds in order to graze the grub. We get it: Food and Wine isn’t for everyone.
Here is some food for thought about Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival to help you decide if it’s right for you!
1. Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival draws big crowds.
If you love swimming upstream (both ways) in a sea of human beings, we have good news! Food and Wine draws huge crowds to Epcot’s World Showcase (in particular) and the rest of the park. This can create an energetic and festive atmosphere that’s tailor made for those who thrive on being around other like-minded foodies and celebrants.
Hooray for HOLLYWOOD… Hollywood Studios, that is!
We couldn’t resist taking another ride on Slinky Dog Dash at the brand new Toy Story Land, so we’re paying a visit to the park and the nearby Art of Animation and Pop Century Resorts to see WHAT’S NEW!!
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Disney’s Hollywood Studios Menus & Eats
The current cocktails at the Pop Up Bar on Sunset Boulevard are Pink Paradise and the Blood Orange Margarita. [Read more…]
Confession time: I love spooning up some raw cookie dough and eating it as is. Straight up.
And I KNOW I’m not the only one out there. The Cookie Dough Craze started ages ago — most likely in the privacy of people’s own kitchens long before it became an actual, bona fide thing with the glorious introduction of Cookie Dough Ice Cream into the world so many years ago.
Well, guess what? You can still take care of your cookie dough cravings even while you’re in Disney World, far away from your own refrigerator. Wanna know where? Here’s a (PRETTY BIG) hint… [Read more…]
Walt Disney World’s Pop Century Resort is known for its nostalgic take on all things, from decor to food. This is the place to get your hands on Tie-Dye Cheesecake, Quiche, and Pot Roast just like Grandma used to make! (Okay, maybe Grandma wasn’t making Tie Dye Cheesecake…)
Everything Pop is the shopping and dining locale for the resort, and just like all great food courts, there are tons of options to suit every palate.
Hello, lords and ladies, and welcome to What’s New at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom! Summer is in full swing here, and with the changing of the seasons comes some seasonal eats, some fun merchandise, a bit o’ construction, and a moment of zen. Come along!
Magic Kingdom Menus & Eats
At Casey’s Corner on Main Street, U.S.A., the dog of the month is the Casey’s Classic. We reviewed this back when it was called the Breakfast Dog! It’s loaded with hash browns, cheddar cheese, bacon, onion straws, and a chipotle ranch drizzle.