Looking to unwind at the end of a long day in the parks? Want to save some money while doing it?
Jambo! Recently, we were at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and had a hankering for a nice and unique lunch. Having not been to Tiffins in a while, it seemed like the perfect choice.
Tiffins is the only signature restaurant in the park and features African and Indian inspired dishes. In the past, we have really enjoyed our meals here, but they have updated the menu since our previous reviewed visit and we were excited to check out both some old favorites and new choices.
Drinks, food, and fun for the wee hours? Where do we sign up?
We could spend the entire day in Disney Springs if we could, not even kidding. There are so many sights to see, performers to listen to, and places to shop. While we love all of those activities (with a passion), our favorite thing to do is eat the fantastic food you can find in the restaurants located there. That’s why spending happy hour, then a late night at The Edison seems like the perfect way to end the day.
Ahhh, the infamous Beverly soda. You know the one — it’s the bitter soda from Italy that’s located in Club Cool in Epcot’s Future World at Walt Disney World. The one you trick your friends into drinking as you photograph their reactions for posterity. Yeah, that Beverly.
by Chef Rick Bayless in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs crafts fresh Mexican cuisine that reflects the diversity of the nation’s culinary traditions. And fresh at Frontera Cocina means updating menus seasonally. (See the previous menus, including a Taste of Oaxaca, here!)
Our most recent visit gave us a chance to taste several items from the table service spot’s new Seasonal and Taste of Baja menus. [Read more…]
We’re at Disney’s Hollywood Studios today for the big 30th Anniversary Celebration, and we have made our way throughout the park tasting and reviewing all (and we mean ALL) of the limited time treats. View our live update of the big event here!
While eating and drinking our way through the park we have encountered a few really delicious treats, like the Lightsaber Churros and the Mickey and Minnie Celebration Cupcakes. But NOW it’s time to share one of our favorite cocktails of the day…and it has a special addition that we know you’re going to love!
Helllllo from Hollywood! Today we are bringing you a super fun review from the Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios!
The Hollywood Brown Derby Lounge is the patio off of the signature restaurant, The Hollywood Brown Derby. There aren’t any reservations — seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. While you can order anything off of the Brown Derby menu, the Lounge has its own unique menu of tapas and cocktails. We love the Drink Trios, which allow you to try three mini martinis or margaritas at once!
But today, we are taking a bite into three signature dishes. Each item we are reviewing was originally created at the Brown Derby in California — the one that the Hollywood Brown Derby in Walt Disney World was modeled after. We thought this would be a fun way to enjoy an afternoon on the leisurely patio!
Helllllllllllo from Disney Springs! We are bringing you a review from one of the most popular spots to grab a light bite and cocktail, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar! We discovered they had some new items join the line-up recently, and we had to swing by to try them out!
First up, we had to sample some of the seasonal libations. The bartender let us know the Old-Fashioned and the Florida Mule tend to stay on the menu, however the top two are swapped out every month or so.
It’s time to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and what better way to do that than with some Italian comfort food and good drinks? At Disney Springs, Maria and Enzo have your back with special menu items this week.
Ever wanted to hang out with two of the hottest chefs in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs, sipping some sake and moonshine? Well, your dream is within reach (for a price) with a unique progressive dinner that celebrates the work of Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Chef Art Smith.