DFB Video: Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland Food Tour!

Howdy, Partner! We’re back with another DFB Video today, so get ready to giddyup and join us on a Frontierland Food Tour!

Pecos Bill's Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

If you’re taking on two of Magic Kingdom’s Mountains in Frontierland — Big Thunder and Splash! — at some point you’re going to end up mighty hungry… and that’s why we’re moseying into Frontierland today. We’re showing you every stop where you can grab some vittles! And while you may be well familiar with the ever-popular Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe, there are actually several other locations where you can grab some grub that you may not have tried in the past. So join us for a Frontierland Food Tour in our latest DFB YouTube Video! [Read more…]

What’s NEW at Magic Kingdom: New Starbucks Mugs, Candy Corn Sundae, and MORE

It’s October in Magic Kingdom, and it’s a wonderful time to be here!

Magic Kingdom Train Station in the Fall

Magic Kingdom Train Station in the Fall

As the temps cool down (in the evenings, anyway) and the festive decorations go up, there’s even more to enjoy, like Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and the Fall Finale of Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire!

Fall Finale for Mickey's Friendship Faire

Fall Finale for Mickey’s Friendship Faire

What better way to say “I Was There” than with the…

New Starbucks “You Are Here” Mug

As it is with the other three Disney World parks, Magic Kingdom has its own newly redesigned Starbucks “You Are Here” Mug at the Main Street Bakery! (Yes. You’re Welcome. Now you have to buy all of the new ones, too.)

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Disney Food For Families: The Fab Four of Kid Food — Pizza, Pasta, Hot Dogs and Chicken Nuggets

Disney Food for Families columnist and Disney World Moms Panelist Erin Foster has more great info about kids’ dining in Disney World!

Casey's Corner Hot Dog, Fries, and Fixins

If your family is like mine, then at some point at least one of your children will go through a picky eater phase — where he or she will ONLY eat a certain type of food, texture of food, color of food, or food prepared in a certain way.

Luckily the chefs at Walt Disney World are well acquainted with the picky eater syndrome. They’ve seen it all before and can accommodate most childhood food idiosyncrasies. That’s one of the reasons WDW became such a frequent destination for us; dining out with our fussy daughter was a breeze compared to other vacation spots.

The Fab Four of Kid Food

Some common variations on the picky eater theme are the kids who will only eat pizza, or pasta, hot dogs, or chicken nuggets. While these favorites are, of course, readily available in the parks, they are not all available at [Read more…]