Halloween might be all about the sweets, but Halloween Time at Disneyland Park and California Adventure Park mixes things up with savory treats as well! And one such savory bite can be found at Refreshment Corner right on Main Street, U.S.A.! Queue up for the Halloween Hot Dog!
We have some fun news for all of you beer lovers out there!
We spied this new Craft Beer Kiosk in Epcot’s America Pavilion a while back for the first time.
Today, we’re back to tell you all about it, and to give you a closer look!
Block & Hans Craft Beer Kiosk
Block & Hans have apparently been in business since 1612, supplying fine ale to the colonies. 🙂 And now, you can enjoy a beer from their menu while strolling the World Showcase Promenade at Epcot.
You’ll find beer representing many different parts of the country on the menu here. Angry Orchard is also available for those who prefer a nice alternative to beer — Hard Cider.
Were kind of intrigued that they haven’t included any local Florida craft beers, though — you can find them on many menus around Walt Disney World.
Form follows function, as they’ve chosen to “decorate” with empty beer bottles. It’s a great way to see some of the cool label art.
But all I can think of is…who got to participate in the “Let’s empty some bottles so we can decorate with them!” campaign? Because I’d really like to sign up for that team.
Fortunately, the bottles that you’ll actually consume are on ice, just as they should be on a sunny Florida day.
But — to accompany your fine beverage — Pretzels! As far as the eye can see!! And you have the full pretzel panoply here — or just about! You can choose [Read more…]
Today, we’re making a pit stop with Kent Walker at the brand new Cozy Cone Motel in Disney California Adventure for snacks!
When they were putting the plans together for Cars Land, someone must’ve asked, “So what are we going to do with the Cozy Cone?”
The Imagineers knew that it had to be a part of the new addition to Disney California Adventure, but in what form should the Cozy Cone Motel be accessible to guests? In true Imagineer fashion, someone came up with the perfect solution – snacks! Each cone could be its own concession stand selling a specialized kind of snack.
Walking down Route 66 into Cars Land is like dropping yourself into a computer at Pixar studios. Radiator Springs is just as you remember it from the Cars movies.
Walking past Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree, you see Fillmore’s Taste-In on your right as you keep on going. After passing Sarge’s Surplus Hut on the right, you come across the courtyard for the Cozy Cone Motel on the other side of the street.
The front part of the property has a cool water fountain and a spot where you can meet Lightning McQueen or Mater at various points throughout the day.
Here’s our good friend Roger with his [Read more…]