Princess-inspired cupcakes are always a treat, and a while back we told you about two colorful, royally creative options at Art of Animation and All Star Music! Click here for our sneak peek at cupcakes that celebrate Ariel and Aurora! And click here for our full review of the Sleeping Beauty Cupcake!
Whispering Canyon Cafe has been a staple of fun family dining at Walt Disney World’s Wilderness Lodge for years.
Whispering Canyon Cafe
And I’ve enjoyed a meal and the overall atmosphere many times over the years. This has been the place to go for raucous hijinks like wooden pony races, massive straw drops, and tables overloaded with ketchup bottles.
That’s all to say: there has never been much whispering going on at Whispering Canyon Cafe. But it’s a place where fun was front and center, food was decent (although never particularly inspired), and diners knew they’d have a good time.
But that history of silliness and play was all in jeopardy last year when Whispering Canyon Cafe got a bit quieter. That’s because — for reasons unknown — Whispering Canyon Cafe toned the fun way down last May.
Or did they? After we posted about the major changes coming to the Cafe, our readers reported a lot of variation in their dining experiences. Some found the quieter setting, while others still witnessed hijinks. [Read more…]
Walt Disney World’s Wilderness Lodge is a terrific place to grab a meal. It’s home to the fun and family-friendly Whispering Canyon Cafe and to the new and fantastic Storybook Dining at Artist Point. Geyser Point Bar & Grill and Territory Lounge hold down the fort with bar food and great drinks.
And when it comes to quick service, the resort isn’t playing around, either. Roaring Fork is consistently good, serving up creative, quality eats that guests (and I!!) love. And breakfast… is awesome!
The Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World offers lots of great dining, and the hotel’s luxurious restaurant Ravello is bringing back a celebration of modern Italian cuisine with a white truffle dinner and a prix-fixe menu for a limited time!
The popular Italian Festival consists a five-course white truffle dinner and a prix-fixe menu packed with Italian favorites! The restaurant’s executive chef Fabrizio Schenardi brings expertise from his home — Torino, Italy — and partners with the Region of Piedmont in Italy and the Italian Food Style Education to raise the standard of Italian dining in central Florida.
And we were excited to break the news that the loaded waffles were back at this quick-service staple recently, too!
Well, the pastry wizards at Roaring Fork are at it again, this time bringing the flavor with the Chocolate Peppermint cupcake of the month.
Remember this summer when we broke the news about these enormous milkshake-y beauties from Walt Disney World’s Beaches & Cream?
Well hold onto your jingle bells and your Santa hat because a Beaches & Cream milkshake has gone full-on Christmas!
The Grand Floridian Cafe in Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is known for its relatively understated decor (free of Disney characters and over-the-top styling) and its relaxing atmosphere. But there’s one thing here that’s not at all understated: the food!
Last fall, I shared the Lobster Thermidor and the Floridian Pancakes, both of which were fantastic, and just a couple of months ago we let you in on a little chicken-and-waffles hack.
The Disney Parks are always changing, and that means loads of Disney news! Every single day, we’re tracking Disney news (food and otherwise!) so we can bring you the latest. (If you join our DFB Newsletter, you’ll get all the newsy details FIRST!)
Here we’re gathering TEN of the biggest Disney news stories from 2018…ICYMI!
From price increases and ticket changes to transportation updates and new restaurants, the BIGGEST news stories from 2018 are going to seriously affect your upcoming trip in 2019! Read through to see what you NEED to know to make sure your visit next year goes smoothly!
Disney World Ticket Date-Based Pricing Introduced
When the announcement was made that Disney World’s tickets would go to a date-based pricing model, our readers had a lot of mixed reactions. On the positive side, readers said they were looking forward to seeing which dates would be lower and using that information to plan their trips. And if you’re a person who enjoys the growing complexity of planning a trip to WDW, we totally feel you on this!