OK, we just told you about an off-the-menu, secret Bell Burger loaded with lobster over at Liberty Tree Tavern. And today we’ve got another specialty burger to share with you! …are you ready for a SPAM BURGER?!? We’re taking you over to Capt. Cooks at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort for this sweet treat.
It’s here!! We are absolutely thrilled to share the Grand Launch of the Disney Food Blog Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book, 2017-18 Edition!
And to celebrate, we’re offering a 25% off discount for a limited time! Use code Epcot17 at check-out!
We’ve updated our detailed snack guide to help you find the best eats (and treats!) in Walt Disney World’s Epcot. You’ll see some of your old favorites as well as some snacks that you might have missed. This edition includes over 400 Epcot snacks, and over 60 NEW snacks!
The Disney Food Blog Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book
The DFB Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book is created to supplement our massive Disney Food Blog Guide to Walt Disney World Dining e-Book. Here you’ll find in-depth information, photos, and reviews about iconic and new-to-you Epcot snacks — in great detail!
How Do I Get One?
There is absolutely no waiting to satisfy your snack cravings! This guide is an instantly downloadable PDF guide with 440 pages of information and advice on over 400 delicious snacks that you can savor in Disney World’s Epcot. Download your copy right now, and start planning!
Don’t Miss Out on the Best Snacks in Epcot!
Last week, we launched our brand NEW Disney Food Blog YouTube Channel, and we’re having a great time gathering all of the Disney Food News to share with you. And speaking of…we’re back today with another up close and personal look at the food of Walt Disney World!
During today’s video, we’ll take you into one of Magic Kingdom’s most beloved counter service spots — Columbia Harbour House. Located conveniently where Liberty Square morphs into Fantasyland, CHH has long been one of our favorite stops for fan favorites like Chicken Pot Pie and the Lobster Roll!
Come with us as we head in and sample all there is to try here!
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I’d really like to hear from you guys now — what’s your favorite dish at Columbia Harbour House? Leave a comment and tell us all about it!
We escaped to the Kona Cafe after a madhouse morning in the Magic Kingdom on a recent Disney World visit, and I immediately knew how I was going to frame Kona for this review — it is, indeed, an escape from the hectic theme parks. Located in the Polynesian Resort — a resort located on the Monorail loop — it’s very easy to get to from the Magic Kingdom and Epcot.
As a sister to the Polynesian’s more popular restaurant, ‘Ohana, many folks only try Kona Cafe as a last resort — which means those of us who know better get first crack at it!
This unassuming restaurant is actually a den of cult favorite menu items for many Disney World veterans. Home of Tonga Toast, the Big Kahuna, the Kona Kone, and some of the best steaks on property, Kona Cafe is a frequented and beloved staple for many Disney guests.
Located in the Polynesian Resort‘s Great Ceremonial House, Kona Cafe is to the left of the entrance doors on the second floor of the lobby.
Open to the lobby, the restaurant has the general feel of any ho-hum hotel restaurant, but you might find a few interesting shapes in the bright floral [Read more…]
Today, guest blogger Shayne Newell, author of Shayne’s Project 365, is back with a review (and some gorgeous photos) from her recent Wine Country Trattoria World of Color (WOC) Dining Package meal! Take it away, Shayne!
Like the previously reviewed World of Color Dining Package meal at Ariel’s Grotto, the Wine Country Trattoria package meal is a fixed-price, limited menu that can be reserved up to 30 days in advance.
Atmosphere and Menu
It was pretty hot the day we went (Saturday, 9/4/10), so we were happy to be seated in the upstairs portion of the restaurant, where it was under cover and cool; we still had a nice view of the park. Everyone on the upper level seemed to be ordering from the WOC menu, so perhaps they segregated the WOC diners from those ordering off of the regular menu? On both the adult and kids’ menu, the appetizer/salad course and the dessert course were pre-determined, but each diner could choose their entree from [Read more…]