While we love visiting EPCOT’s (mostly year-round) festival booths to eat around the world, sometimes we need a more substantial meal! The quick service locations are great if you don’t want to have a long, leisurely meal, but the table service restaurants are SO worth a couple hours of your time! One of our favorites is Le Cellier Steakhouse in good ol’ Canada, and we recently stopped in to see if it still met our expectations!
If you’re staying at a Walt Disney World Resort, there are tons of perks you can enjoy during your vacation!
With free transportation to the parks and options like grocery delivery, you won’t have to leave the “Disney bubble” at all if you don’t want to. And if you’re celebrating a special occasion, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the fun right from your hotel room. Today, we’re sharing a list of the coolest things you can have delivered directly to your Disney World Resort!
We totally get it, you’re going to Disney World and you want to do all the BEST things!
You probably want to stay at the best resort, go on the best rides, and (maybe most importantly) eat all the best food! As the Disney Food Blog, we consider ourselves experts on that last one, and we’ve put together quite a few “best food” lists over the years. Today we’re talking about the best snacks in Disney World, but more precisely, how much it would COST to eat the 20 best snacks. Let’s start that budget now!
The Hollywood Brown Derby fits right in with the swanky feel of Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
This spot is one of our most tried and true restaurants in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This signature dining location provides an upscale feeling of glitz and glamour that most people associate with the feeling of walking down Hollywood Boulevard. It hasn’t been too long since our last visit to the Brown Derby, but we’re back again (what can we say, we’re suckers for a good Cobb Salad!) to give you an updated look into this snazzy spot!
At DFB, we’re committed to all things Disney and all things food. When the two topics are brought together in conversation, things get very serious around here. Arguments get heated, friendships are lost, and blood gets spilled. 😉
Ok, it’s not that bad. We just know what we like and are very passionate about it! We had a lengthy discussion about what Disney World snacks we’d never eat again. Brace yourselves! Some of our opinions may surprise you.
Hey, everybody! We’re feeling EXTRA fancy today which can only mean one thing!
It’s time to fork over some money on our top five favorite high-dollar snacks at Disney World! Don’t worry — most of these pricier Disney World treats barely top out at ten bucks, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still super-indulgent!
While we’ve known for quite a while now that Oga’s Cantina is pouring out some seriously good times along with its Star Wars-themed cocktails such as the Jedi Mind Trick, Yub-Nub, and Fuzzy Taun Taun, we’ve also known about a HUGE secret menu item since last fall!
But now that The Force has awakened it appears the secret is OUT — as this item is now appearing on Oga’s regular menu!
We all know which restaurants are popular at Walt Disney World. They’re the table-service ones that are nearly impossible to get an advance dining reservation at or the counter-service spots that never have any tables open so you end up eating your food on top of a nearby trash can (no judgment — we’ve all done it!).
But what about some lesser-known Disney World dining options? We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite underdogs; the restaurants and menu items that most park guests often overlook. Here are our top 5 things that people aren’t eating at Disney World, but oughta try!!!
Wine and cheese are delicious apart, but together we think they make one of the best meals around. That’s why we’re excited that National Wine and Cheese Day is this week!! (A few glasses of red wine and a cheese board to ourselves? Don’t mind if we do!)
We’re even more thrilled, though, that there’s a special in Disney Springs in honor of the tasty holiday. Terralina Crafted Italian is serving up a deal on July 25th for National Wine and Cheese Day!
We don’t know the opening date for Terralina Crafted Italian… yet.
But we do know a few things about this new restaurant coming soon to Disney Springs! Terralina is replacing what was once Portobello Country Italian Trattoria. Fortunately, Chef Tony Mantuano — James Beard Award Winner — is returning from Portobello to create Terralina’s menu, and will be joined once more by Chef Justin Plank who will run the kitchen.