It’s Christmastime at Disney’s Polynesian Resort!
Alright, folks! Tomorrow is gearin’ up to be a BIG day in Disney World!
Not only will Disney be live streaming the Dedication Ceremony for Rise of the Resistance tomorrow from Hollywood Studios (which you can watch right here!), but Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at Disney’s Polynesian Resort will be releasing their NEW holiday Nutcracker Tiki Mug!!!
Have you ever wondered how Disney’s Polynesian Resort celebrates Christmastime in Disney World?
Although their approach is a bit more lei-ed back, their Christmas decorations are totally on point!
We’ve got huge heart eyes for ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort — we just don’t always have the funds to indulge in their unlimited tasty meat skewers, teriyaki noodles, and signature bread pudding as often as we’d like to! (Especially dem noods!)
And while we’ve always had a knack for finding crafty ways to get our favorite ‘Ohana eats on without booking a Dining Reservation for the super spendy restaurant — like this super under the radar $60 twilight feast or how you can secretly get ‘Ohana’s famous bread pudding after 4PM at Tambu Lounge — we just unearthed even more ‘Ohana secret menu items!
We’re happy to report that our dear friend Avocado Toast is STILL having a moment at Disney World as we just discovered a new version of this super-trendy eat!
Is it a meal? Is it a snack? Who really knows! What we DO know is where you can get your hands on this tasty little number!
is a luau feast featuring Polynesian-inspired food and entertainment in an open-air setting.
Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show
Located in Luau Cove at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, this dinner show highlights hula traditions, enthusiastic drumming, fire dancing, and more as diners enjoy platters of all-you-care-to-enjoy eats.
The Disney official backstory of Spirit of Aloha is that the host of the luau, Auntie Wini, is bidding aloha to one of her ‘ohana who’s heading “to the mainland” for college. And because when you’re at the Polynesian, everyone is ‘ohana, you’re invited to the celebration, too!
And we have to say: Auntie Wini does know how to put on a show! But would we be as taken with the food as we were with the entertainment? Let’s take a ride on the Hawaiian roller coaster that is Spirit of Aloha and see is we feel the love.
Check-In and Arrival
Disney’s Spirit of Aloha offers two showtimes: 5:15PM and 8:15PM. [Read more…]