We’re back with What’s New at Disney’s Hollywood Studios this week, and it includes several menu changes, tons of cool merchandise, and a peek at current Toy Story Land and Skyliner construction (read more about the Disney World Skyliner here!)! Then, we’re skipping over to Art of Animation and Pop Century for a quick look at What’s New at the resorts! So put on your fancy pants, and let’s get our glamour on!
UPDATED: So this is a pretty big deal in Magic Kingdom! Festival of Fantasy Parade’s Maleficent float caught fire today during the show! See details here!
This week in What’s New, we’ve visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and Disney Springs — and now it’s time to journey to the Magic Kingdom! We’ve got a few menu updates, some terrific merchandise, and a few extras! Jump on board our magic carpet, and let’s goooooo!
We’ve got all the latest in our What’s New at Walt Disney World’s Animal Kingdom! Come along while we share lots of menu changes, loads of 20th Anniversary merchandise, and a few construction updates!
Updated Menus and Eats at Disney’s Animal Kingdom
The Smiling Crocodile has dropped the Salmon BLT from the menu, but the Turkey BLT and Pimento-Cheese BLT happily remain!
It’s that time of year again!! Disney World restaurants are updating menus left and right!
Thankfully, we have wonderful readers who help keep us all up-to-date with these changes. Here are a few of the updates… . And stay tuned for our review of the NEW Le Cellier Steakhouse menu coming up soon!
Beaches & Cream
According to a server, menu changes took place approximately two weeks ago at the Beach Club’s Beaches & Cream Soda Shop. Check out the addition of a Vegetarian Falafel on flatbread which replaces the Grilled Vegetable Sandwich.
Here’s a pic of the new Falafel sandwich, thanks to ThatMattLynn on twitter!
Also, prep for a Kitchen Sink Sundae price increase by $2 — it now costs $28.99. Thanks to Brent Hannon for the info!
Artist Point in Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has a few menu updates this Spring, according to DFB reader Elyssa Henry!
She says, “My husband and I just ate at Artist Point for the first time and it was AMAZING! Thanks for the previous reviews. They helped guide our choices. I also wanted to let you know that they just added two items to the menu and our server, Paul, told us tonight was their debut.”
It sounds like the Wild Columbia River Cedar Plank Roasted King Salmon is back on the menu, and there’s also a seasonal dessert to sample: pistachio coffee cake and sea salted caramel vanilla panna cotta.
The Polynesian Resort’s Kona Cafe has a new dinner menu, which features a new cheese plate as an appetizer.
For entrees, a pan-seared chicken with [Read more…]