… Sooo, yeah. That Galaxy’s Edge Coke Bottle ban that we told you guys about?
TSA has reviewed the ban and decided to reverse it (um thank goodness).
You better check your packing list, friends, because airport security is checking out your merch from a galaxy far, far away.
You may remember us asking TSA — the Transportation Security Administration — in May about whether or not Galaxy’s Edge-built light sabers would be allowed on flights (they are). Well we’ve got some news about something that suddenly — and surprisingly — ISN’T allowed to fly.
MORE Food & Wine Festival food announcements?? Yeah, we actually cannot WAIT for August 29th to come.
After trying a few menu items at a Food & Wine preview and seeing a lot of chef themed merch, we heard the announcement of the new Donut Box baking over in Future World AND the festival additions to Cool Wash! And, now, we’ve got a little bit of insight into the menu items coming to the booth.
If you’re an Annual Passholder at Walt Disney World, you already know you can score discounts on everything from food and drinks to resort reservations and merchandise. But we’re bringing you a money-saving tip you NEED to know for saving even more money on your day-to-day park visits!
If you’re looking for a bottled beverage or a pre-packaged snack at Walt Disney World, you might pop over to a convenient snack kiosk or drink cart to grab your favorite Coca-Cola or Dasani. [Read more…]
Refreshment Point is a convenient spot to grab a drink in Disney California Adventure’s Grizzly Peak, and it’s back open after a period of refurbishment! And that means Coke Freestyle!
This whole area is well-themed, with architecture, signage, and decor setting the scene for a California national park! [Read more…]
We are LIVE in Disney California Adventure right now for the soft opening of DCA Food and Wine, but that doesn’t mean we’re passing on this new snack combo we discovered at a snack cart in DCA! Today was the first day for Orange Vanilla Coke and Honey-Mustard Chicken Wings!
We’ve seen ads for Orange Vanilla Coke recently, and it was the first day this beverage arrived in DCA, so you know I had to try it. [Read more…]
White Water Snacks is the quick service spot at Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. It’s designed to reflect the spirit and style of camping, and after a brief refurbishment that began in September, we’re happy to report that White Water Snacks has reopened! Here’s a look at the refreshed space and the grub we can’t wait to try!
Our Disneyland correspondent Heather (follow her adventures @DiningInDisney) took a stroll through White Water Snacks to grab a treat from the Get Your Ears On celebration (we’ll take a second look at that in a bit!). [Read more…]
OK, where my Disney World veterans at?!? This one is for you guys — my compadres who have known and loved Disney for decades…and who know exactly what I’m talking about when I mention…“BEVERLY.”
You either love it…or you REALLY, REALLY HATE IT! That’s the dealio when it comes to Beverly, a carbonated drink popular in Italy (or so they say) made by the Coca-Cola company. Having their friends and family try the super-bitter Beverly at Epcot’s Club Cool has been a sneaky trick that long-time Disney World fans have played for years.
But now? Poor Beverly is getting her own!
We’re high above the rooftops of Disney Springs today, as we bring you another installment in our DFB YouTube Video Series!
Since it opened last Summer, the Rooftop Bar at the Coca-Cola Store has become one more place to chill with a cold beverage. And you’ll see that there are a TON to choose from! [Read more…]
Let’s all “Have a Coke and a Smile…” at the brand new Coca-Cola Store Orlando in Disney Springs!
You can’t help but notice the huge Coca-Cola logo in its classic font as you approach the building, which was purportedly built to resemble a Coca-Cola bottling plant in the 1920s. (Ummmm….okay…..? Bottling plants in the 1920s had super futuristic, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, then? If you say so, Disney.)
Featuring three floors dedicated to the iconic soda, the experience begins when you walk under the 30-foot-wide blown-glass chandelier, which was made from repurposed Coca-Cola bottles. It’s kinda like you’re inside a giant bottle of Coke, eh? [Read more…]