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Posts Tagged ‘Vegetarian’

Review: “Dine with an Imagineer” Opportunity at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Dine with an Imagineer at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Your meal will take place in the Bamboo Room at the Hollywood Brown Derby…and you can ask all the questions you want!

Review: Les Chefs de France Restaurant in Epcot

Les Chefs de France is located in Epcot’s World Showcase serving delicious entrees and delectable desserts!

Reader Question: Planning a Special Vegetarian Meal at Disney World’s ‘Ohana

Looking to create a special vegetarian meal for a celebration in Disney World? Here are a few tips to make it easier.

A Vegetarian in Disney: Oscar’s Potatoes Recipe

Potatoes recipe by Oscar Martinez of Disneyland’s Carnation Cafe. These potatoes are served at breakfast with Oscar’s Choice: The Cafe Scramble menu item.

Disney Food Post Round-Up: January 16, 2011

Check out the latest news and the buzz about Disney food around the web here on our Disney Food Post Round-Up!

Review: Disneyland’s French Market

Disneyland’s French Market eatery is highly recommended by Disney park veterans — we visit the place and show you why!

Disney Food Round-Up: May 30th, 2010

Our Disney Food Round-Up today includes posts about the Animal Kingdom Lodge, Via Napoli, Paradiso 37, Tonga Toast, Vegan and Vegetarian dining, Disney’s new online dining reservations system upgrade, the World of Color Dining Packages, and more!

Epcot’s Liberty Inn: A Publick Dining Room

Dine in the middle of history at the Liberty Inn in Epcot’s World Showcase! This counter-service location in the American Pavilion showcases a bit of America’s history while serving up some grub.

Fresh Look at Disney World: A Disney Dining Trip Report

Check out Disney Dining through fresh eyes. Guest blogger Mark Weaver hadn’t been to Disney World in 10 years — here’s his dining trip report from start to finish!

Healthy Eating in Walt Disney World

I promise that you can eat healthy in Disney World and not feel completely deprived. Maybe a little deprived, but not completely! Here are some great tips, menu suggestions, and “eat this not that” options that can help you come home from vacation without packing on the pounds.