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DFB Podcast Episode 4 Now Available: Best Disney Restaurants for Atmosphere

In this episode of the Disney Food Blog’s DFB Podcast, we cover the latest Disney Food News, discuss some Disney restaurants with exceptional atmosphere and themeing, answer a few reader questions, and reveal the answer to our controversial Episode 3 trivia question (as well as give you a brand new trivia question)!

Top 5 Disney Dining Plan One-Credit Table-Service Values for 2012

We’ve picked our top five table-service restaurants where you get a great value with your Disney Dining Plan credit. What are your top picks?

Guest Review: Coronado Springs Resort’s Pepper Market

The Pepper Market at the Coronado Springs Resort offers a great dining experience. Waitress served beverages along with food stations make this a unique stop for WDW meals.

Update on Cars Land Dining

News about where I’ll be eating in Cars Land when it opens in Disney California Adventure! Here’s the latest I can figure out about Flo’s Cafe and the other Drive-in restaurant.

5 Best “One-Credit” Disney Dining Values

Wondering what Disney table-service restaurants are the best value for your Disney Dining Plan credit? I’ve detailed five of my favorites, which offer value not only in the financial sense, but also in the “experience” sense!

Hawaii Disney Vacation Club Restaurant: Artist Rendering

Check out one of the new Aulani artist renderings depicting one of the two restaurant on the Disney Vacation Club Hawai’i property!

News: Italy Pizzeria, Cantina de San Angel Updates, & More

Find out some of the latest news about the Epcot Italy Pizzeria, Cantina de San Angel, the Diamond Horseshoe, and more!

2009 Candlelight Processional Dinner Packages

The latest news on Epcot’s Candlelight Processional Dinner Packages for 2009.

Crystal Palace: A Great Reason To Get Up Early

The Early-Morning Advance Dining Reservation (ADR) One of the well-known tips among Disney enthusiasts is that you should always try to book a dining reservation for breakfast in a theme park before it opens. Why? Because this means you get in before the general masses. You get the golden opportunity to wander through a practically [...]

Mid-Century Nostalgia

One of the unsung heroes of dining at Walt Disney World is the 50′s Prime Time Cafe, a diner where the food is decent, the servers are funny, and the decor is the real reason you’re there. Reminiscent of their youth for those over 50 and the Wonder Years for those under 40, 50′s Prime [...]