We’ve already speculated about what could be done to increase safety within the parks once they open. But now, it looks like Disney’s former CEO, Bob Iger, is confirming that one major safety check is being considered by Disney for the parks.
Here at DFB, we love a classic Disney treat, but we also can’t resist crafting up our own specialties from some of our favorite Disney snacks.
Today we’re rounding up our favorite food hacks to help you make already amazing treats even better!!
And, just in time for Easter weekend, there’s a deal from the bakery that will make you HOP with joy (with a cupcake or two in hand, of course)! Now you can bring the magic of a Disney Sprinkles cupcake home with a deal from your local Sprinkles store!
The current situation has had an immense impact on people across the globe. And even though Disney is a major company, they haven’t been immune to the effects. All of the Disney parks are currently closed, Disney Cruise Line sailings are halted until at least April 28th, and many other arms of the Walt Disney Company face an uncertain future. With a huge section of their business impacted, Disney has some hard decisions to make about how to move forward.
Looking for a little escape from “all the crazy” that is right now? Usually, we’d just head to the parks to blow off a little steam… Sadly since THAT isn’t really an option right now, let’s just say we’ve had to start seeking out some alternative means to get our Disney fixes!
And luckily for us, before we could ever officially declare ourselves insane for wearing nothing but PJs for the last week and a half, Disney has always managed to reel us back from the BRINK!
Disney has announced a date for the temporary closure of the dining, shopping, and entertainment districts of Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort in light of concerns over the Coronavirus.
Disney will close all of its owned and operated locations at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World and the Downtown Disney District in Disneyland Resort effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. [Read more…]
Disneyland has officially closed until the end of the month (and we miss it already!).
However, Downtown Disney is open for guests already in Disneyland to dine and shop while they relax! But, along with the change in operating hours in Downtown Disney, one of our favorite ice cream shops is tweaking their schedule too!
As Tigger would say, it’s time to bid Disneyland a “ta ta for now”! The parks will be closing their gates through the end of the month as a precaution for the Coronavirus outbreak.
While you can’t snack on a park churro or Dole Whip for the time being, you can still add some extra pixie dust to your day by visiting Downtown Disney! While the shopping and dining area won’t be closing just yet, there are a few changes coming soon.
What’s up, guys?! We’re just taking a break from Disney to check out what’s new at the Disneyland Resort.
Springtime is here and lots of exciting updates are happening around the parks, so let’s hop on in!
The 2020 Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival is in full swing over on the West Coast.