Hey, y’all! We’ve been doing what we do — eating our way around Disney World!
And by eating everything, we’re talking about a strawberry funnel cake frappuccino, a yummy SECRET cookie, a flamingo treat that was more frosting than cake, and more! But we’re not done yet because we’re also tracking any menu changes at Disney World restaurants. And here are the updates for this week!
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
The Hollywood Brown Derby had a slight menu revamp this week! There are some brand new entrees now available:
- Halibut Veronique — Served with White Asparagus, Grapes, and Ver Jus for $42
- Wild Mushroom Risotto — with Exotic Mushrooms, Herbs, and Chive-Coconut Nage for $29
There are also some new sides: Lobster Thermidor-Macaroni and Cheese, Grilled Asparagus, and Crispy Potato Cakes! The desserts are mostly the same but there’s now a “Decadent” Flourless Chocolate Mocha Cake instead of the previous peppermint option.
Pretzel Palooza has reopened — and if you’re looking for it, it’s over near the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster. It serves up pretzels, including a Cheddar-Jalapeño Pretzel that we had to be reunited with. And it did not disappoint!
This is one of our FAVORITE types of pretzel, so we were pumped to be reunited with it! You can grab one now for $7.25.
There’s a brand new cocktail available at EPCOT’s Coral Reef Restaurant. It’s the Blue “Glow-Tini,” and it’s made with Skyy Infusions Citrus Vodka, Bols Peach Schnapps, Bols Blue Curaçao, and Pineapple Juice with a Sugared Rim and a souvenir Glow Cube. It’s not a NEW drink per se, but it is new here. You’ll actually find this drink on most generic Disney World Drink Menus, but it sure would look pretty in the darkness of Coral Reef.
You can grab this glowing cocktail now for $15.
That’s it for the updates this week, but we’ll be back soon with even more!
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