Hey all! I promised this video and here it is! Don’t forget to check out all of our still photos and menu pics from the Art of Animation Food Court as well!
I admit, I’m not the savviest videographer in the world, but at least the [Read more…]
We’ve had a fun week sharing the excitement of our new e-book! And check out those eats that we can look forward to at the Art of Animation’s food court, Landscape of Flavors. It’s not what you’d expect for food court fare…!
We’ve got more delicious news on our Disney Food News Pin Board, where Disney Food News is updated on a regular basis!
This week we announced the grand launch of the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining 2012 e-Book! It’s an instantly downloadable PDF guide, featuring over 310 full-color pages of photographs, information, and advice about our faves — food and dining in Walt Disney World.
We’ve updated our 2012 edition with over 60 new pages of details along with more photos, coverage of new Disney dining experiences, exclusive games, and more!
For our Grand Launch Sale, use code: 2012 to get a $4 discount this week only! Order your copy now at DFBGuide.com and use code: 2012 for your discount!
If you DID purchase the 2011 Guide and would like to purchase the 2012 Guide, we’ve got a special discount for repeat purchasers. Email us here to get a limited-time, one-use, exclusive discount code to purchase the 2012 Guide at a $6 discount. Please include the email address you used to purchase the 2011 Guide in the body of your email.
Walt Disney World For Grown-Ups stops by Scat Cat’s at the Port Orleans French Quarter resort.
Stuff From The Park looks back at a 1965 Carnation Cafe menu from Disneyland.
Studios Central finds extra hot dog carts around Disney’s Hollywood Studios to accommodate spring crowds.
AllEars.Net showcases South African wines featured at the Animal Kingdom’s Mombasa Marketplace!
Eating (and Drinking) Around the World displays construction photos of the Tutto Italia renovation.
Main Street Gazette stops by the Polynesian’s Kona Cafe to sample the Chef’s Choice dinner option.
Progress City, U.S.A. focuses on the evolution of Epcot’s culinary offerings!
Mouse on the Mind takes a look at unique bread services at WDW restaurants!
The focus at this food court is going to be customization. From creating your own beef, chicken or veggie burger to building make-your-own yogurt parfaits, there is a wide variety of food that is sure to please everyone!
There will be four large cylindrical ovens called Tandoors, where you’ll get to watch chefs bake bread and roast chicken, shrimp, and veggies. Food + Experience!
One of the popular treats for sure will be naan, a delicious Indian bread that is [Read more…]
Welcome to the SUPERBOWL EDITION of the Disney Food Post Round-Up!!
Does this mean that these articles are particularly football-related? No. But it does mean that I’m probably prepping to watch some football while you’re reading!! Here we go!!
Get your news hot and fresh this week!
For more sweet and savory food news, stop by our Disney Food News Pin Board, where Disney Food News is updated on a regular basis!
The DFB Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks e-Book is proving invaluable to food-lovers headed to Disney World!!
We couldn’t fit this detailed information into our overview book, The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining, so we’ve created an entire guide detailing over 70 Magic Kingdom snacks!
You’ll see photos, reviews, costs, and Disney Dining Plan snack credit information about each featured snack! Be sure to check out http://DFBMiniGuides.com for details about the e-Book, sample pages, and even a list of the bonus items in the book!
To grab a 20% discount today, use code MAGIC at the check-out!! We hope you enjoy!
And don’t forget to pick up the 250-page, picture-packed DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining while you’re at it! Thanks for supporting the Disney Food Blog!
Yesterland bids farewell to Bur-r-r-bank Ice Cream in Disney California Adventure.
WildernessLodgeSite.com makes the Artist Point’s Berry Cobbler. Yum!
Main Street Gazette heads to Sunshine Seasons for a vegetarian review of the S’mores Brownie.
Orlando Sentinel talks turkey — and confirms that those popular turkey legs being served in the parks are definitely not emu legs.
AllEars.Net‘s Deb Wills reviews eats at the Magic Kingdom and Contemporary Resort.
Eating (and Drinking) Around the World takes a look at new adult beverages in Epcot’s World Showcase!
a Mouse and a Dream discovers sweet potato fries at Cafe’ Orleans in Disneyland. Thanks to DFB reader Alex for letting me know about this site!
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Happy New Year, everyone!! We hope your year is filled with delicious treats and lovely toasts, but most of all, we hope your year has a little Disney in it!
To start things out right, here’s a recap of the Disney Food news that’s been happening over the past week while we were all stuffing ourselves with fudge, cookies, and egg nog (oh, wait, that was just me?). Believe it or not, there were a LOT of developments last week!
Walt Disney World for Grown-Ups hangs out at the Dawa Bar in the Animal Kingdom. Sigh — so relaxing!! One of my favorite places!
RocketNews24 shares six reasons Tokyo Disneyland’s secret restaurant Club 33 is awesome! I’m LOVING the pics in this one!
SamLand Disney takes a power lunch at The Brown Derby restaurant. Check out the vintage phones!
Gorillas Don’t Blog shares a vintage Disneyland photo of the Red Wagon Inn, Walt’s personal favorite restaurant in 1955.
AllEars.net celebrated 15 great years at the beginning of December, and did so with some delicious Disney food.
Main St. Gazette celebrates the season with some Pumpkin Fudge! Great pic, Ryan!
Disney Parks Blog shared recipes for two of Trader Sam’s holiday cocktails! If you can’t make it to Disneyland, make one at home!
A new cupcake and lots of foodie photos (and reviews) from the Epcot Food and Wine Festival are highlighted this week! Let’s get right to the yummy news.
Read on for this week’s Disney Food news highlights!
Don’t forget to stay up-to-date with our Epcot Food & Wine Festival coverage — we’re still buzzing with news, reviews, and updates over on our Epcot Food & Wine Festival Pages!
Thanks to Gabe Travers with WESH.com, Orlando’s NBC affiliate news source, for this recent review of our Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to the 2011 Epcot Food & Wine Festival! Here’s an excerpt…
If you want some tried and true picks, it’s worth it to check out the Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to the 2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, which features five themed “crawls” you can use to tackle the World Showcase marketplaces. Read the full review here!
Walt Disney World for Grownups says Aloha! Escape to the Tambu Lounge for a Lapu Lapu and some yummy new bar food! The bread service looks delicious!
DisMarks continues to highlight Disney news in the blogosphere with their 32nd Disney Blog Carnival! Tons of great Disney articles here — head over and check ‘em out!
Main Street Gazette provides a catalog of Epcot’s restaurant signs! Love this!
DisneyTouristBlog.com names some top snacks at the Food and Wine Festival, along with gorgeous taste-testing photos!
Stitch Kingdom offers the latest news on new Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, which will open in stages beginning May 31, 2012. We can’t wait to taste-test the fresh smoothies, hand-scooped gelato and Mongolian barbecue in the food court!