House of Blues was rockin’ and rollin’ again in Disney Springs!
House of Blues officially reopened June 3rd, so we trekked over to the West Side of Disney Springs to grab a bite!
This past week has been a foodie trip around the reopened Disney Vacation Club Resorts! Since several DVC Resorts reopened last Monday, we have been checking out some popular food spots like Kona Cafe at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Grand Floridian Cafe at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa to see what’s new and what’s the same old, same old!
Today, we’re sharing our experience at Whispering Canyon Cafe at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge! Are the waiters just as sassy as ever? Will we get ten bottles of ketchup!? Keep reading to find out!
We’ve been busy gettin’ our grub on since Disney Springs re-opened! So far, we’ve re-visited old favorites like Homecomin’, Planet Hollywood, and Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar. Now, we’re BACK exploring one of Disney Springs’ newest restaurants, City Works Eatery & Pour House.
The sports bar is located right next to The NBA Experience on the Westside of Disney Springs. While the NBA Experience hasn’t re-opened quite yet, the dinner we had at City Works was nearly a SLAM DUNK.
Update: Due to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation banning the consumption of alcohol at bars, as of June 26th, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is closed until further notice.
Since Disney Springs began its phased reopening back in May, we’ve been eating our way around the newly reopened restaurants. And Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar has now joined the list of locations that have welcomed back guests!
We’ve already had the chance to check out fan-favorite spots like Morimoto Asia, The Polite Pig, The Boathouse, and more. And with awesome theming, fun specialty drinks, and inventive appetizers, we were eager to see how Jock Lindsey’s stacks up!
As you know, we’ve been eating our way around all the newly reopened restaurants at Disney Springs, and the time finally arrived to revisit one of our favorite spots, Chef Art Smith’s, Homecomin’: Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine.
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ reopened this week, and you never need to ask us twice about swinging by for some southern comfort food. The moonshine cocktails seem to always hit the spot, and we are suckers (cluckers? Too much?) for the Fried Chicken. After sitting down and talking with Art Smith himself, we were eager to see if the food would be just as good as we remembered. Spoiler alert: it was.
Wine Bar George’s outdoor venue, The Basket, has been making the news with their famous Corkcicles that come filled with your favorite frozen drink to-go. But for those of us who want to take it slow, the restaurant inside Wine Bar George is mixing up something a little more sophisticated!
Ever since Disney Springs reopened on May 20, we’ve been eating our way around Walt Disney World‘s shopping district.
There are a lot of GREAT places around Disney Springs to get a quick, budget-friendly, and super satisfying bite to eat. In the past few weeks, we’ve eaten at Cookes of Dublin, D-Luxe Burger, Morimoto Asia Street Food, and tons of other spots. And recently, we got to grab a lil lunch at one of Disney Springs’ most POPULAR quick service spots!
You KNOW we’ve been eating our way around Disney Springs since it reopened on May 20th.
So far, we’ve eaten at Terralina Crafted Italian, D-Luxe Burger, T-Rex, Pizza Ponte, and many, many more table service and quick service restaurants. And, it’s another day, so it’s time for another Disney Springs meal! This time, we checked out the recently reopened Paddlefish to see how this seafood and steak spot is handling health and safety measures, and of course, to see how good the food is!