As Walt Disney World transforms to Christmas, we hula-danced right on over to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to check out their holiday offerings.
We found several new seasonally-inspired offerings from the pop-up bar next to Moana Mercantile.
When you think of Pumpkin Spice and everything nice, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort probably isn’t the first place that usually pops in your head!
‘Ohana makes a lot of DFB’s top lists. Great restaurant for first timers. Tasty spot for large groups. Hot spot for families. Regular haunt for food bloggers. (That last one might be a little more niche, actually… .) This table service restaurant atop Polynesian Village Resort‘s Great Ceremonial House appeals to multiple senses. It’s got stunning views, irresistible aromas, and — oh, yeah — delicious ‘Ohana Bread Pudding.
But what if you want to dig into some ‘Ohana dinner goodness, but you’re also equally looking forward to hanging out in your pajamas in your room at the Poly? [Read more…]
is a luau feast featuring Polynesian-inspired food and entertainment in an open-air setting.
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.
Disney’s Spirit of Aloha offers two showtimes: 5:15PM and 8:15PM. [Read more…]
are a beloved treat found often at Walt Disney World’s dessert parties and in Park confectionery cases. But Kona Island at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has taken chocolate-covered strawberries to a whole. new. level. with TWELVE distinct varieties!
Up first: M&M-covered berries! [Read more…]
If you missed out on the one-day-only 626 treats back on June 26, life’s about to become a Hawaiian roller coaster for you because Stitch is BACK!
Looks like the loveable alien didn’t make a great escape after all! [Read more…]
Happy Independence Day! This week, we’ve been telling you about all the Fourth of July treats around Walt Disney World, including the crazy sundae from Disney Springs and the birthday cake ice cream cookie sandwich from Magic Kingdom.
Today, we tried the Fourth of July Cupcake from Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort!
If you’re heading to Disney World with your fabulous Disney squad, you’re going to want to share some good eats — and we’re talking ultimate foods! And you KNOW that we at DFB know all about THAT!
‘s Kitchen Sink is the ULTIMATE ultimate food to share with your Disney squad. This massive sink-bowl is packed with scoops of vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, cookies and cream, and mint chocolate chip ice cream and then topped with every ice cream topping in the restaurant (and a full can of whipped cream!). Yeah, it’s amazing.
The menu says the Kitchen Sink serves four — but if you’re with your squad of more than four, we’re pretty sure you’ll all feel satisfied after this one. [Read more…]
We’re hopping on the Walt Disney World Monorail Resort Loop to see What’s New at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Grand Floridian Resort, and Contemporary Resort. There will be rain coats! There will be cupcakes! There will be other new things! Please stand clear of the doors, and let’s glide!
Our first stop is the Transportation and Ticket Center where we browsed Mickey’s Gift Station. [Read more…]