It’s that time again — that time when we look at all the restaurant and menu updates at Disney World for the week!
And we didn’t have that many this week, but be sure to check out some of our reviews for some special snacks we discovered at the parks, including a Valentine’s Day coffee beverage, some yummy marshmallows, and Bubble Tea Mochi! Now on to the updates!
This week’s updates include a lot of beverage changes, including some brand new cocktails. There are a few price increases, too, so let’s get to it.
Disney World Resorts
However, that wine is now going to cost you quite a bit more. We saw quite a few price increases on wines by the bottle and glass this week:
- Evolution Lucky No. 9 White Blend went from $29 to $39 per bottle and $10 to $12 per glass
- L’Ecole 41 Chardonnay, Columbia Valley went from $39 to $59 per bottle and $10 to $15 per glass
- Argyle Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley went from $39 to $59 per bottle and $10 per to $15 per glass
- Boomtown Merlot, Washington State went from $39 to $49 per bottle and $10 to $12 per glass
- Chateau Ste. Michelle Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley went from $39 to $49 per bottle and $10 to $12 per glass
Some of these price increases are kind of hefty!
The Chuck Wagon
Over at the Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, The Chuck Wagon has removed all the snacks and treats from its menu! Here’s what’s been taken away:
- Jalapeño Poppers
- Onion Rings
- French Fries
- Tortilla Chips with Cheese
- Mickey Pretzel
- Cuties Mandarin 3-Pack
- Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bar
- Mickey Premium Ice Cream Sandwich
This is one menu that’s been pared down quite a bit.
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The Wave…of American Flavors
Tikka Masala is back on the menu at The Wave…of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. It’s been missing from the menu since Disney World reopened, but now it has returned! This vegan plant-based option is Seared Tofu, Jasmine Rice, Oven-roasted Cauliflower, Coconut, and Yellow Curry for $18.
There’s a small change with the Specialty Character Drink, too. Previously, it was listed as Minute Maid Light Lemonade served in a souvenir Character Cup with a glowing Character Clip-on Light. Now, it’s listed as containing Minute Maid Zero Sugar Lemonade. It’s still $8.
But something to get excited about is that there are FOUR brand new cocktails!
- Seasonal Sangria – Red Wine and Fresh Seasonal Fruit for $12
- Forever Young – Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Cedilla Açaí Liqueur, Muddled Blueberries, Agave Nectar and Lemon Juice for $14
- Azul Clásico Margarita – Patrón Silver Tequila, Bols Blue Curaçao, Orange Juice, Agave Nectar and Lime Juice for $14
- Seven Seas Lagoon Shared Cocktail – SKYY Vodka, Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Bols Blue Curaçao, Lime Juice, Pineapple Juice, Fruit Boba, and Gummy Fish for $25
There are three new beers to choose from, too!
- Bold City Duke’s Brown Ale for $9.25
- Florida Beer Co. Key West Sunset Ale for $9.25
- 3 Daughters Blonde Ale for $9.25
La Cava del Tequila
It looks like we have some price increases over at La Cava del Tequila for a few cocktails there. Nothing TOO extreme, and these drinks are now only 50 cents more than they were previously:
- Pina Loca, which is Ginger pineapple juice, Ilegal mezcal, Ancho Reyes chile liquor, black ant salt rim went from $15.50 to $16
- Blood Orange Margarita, which is Ambhar blanco tequila, orange liqueur, sweet-tart mix of blood orange, a hint of rum and vanilla, Tajín chile-lime powder rim went from $15.50 to $16
We’ll be keeping an eye out for any other drinks at La Cava to get a price increase.
Those are all the menu changes this week, but we’ll keep tracking updates and let you know about other changes soon!
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What menu change are you most excited or disappointed about? Let us know in the comments!