HOT DIGGITY DOG!!! There’s a brand new Disney Food Truck now open in Disney Springs!
Actually, make that Hot Diggity DOGS…. because that’s the name of this new truck serving up a variety of over-the-top, completely loaded HOT DOGS on the West Side!
July 18th is National Hot Dog Day… and, boy oh boy, does Casey’s Corner in Magic Kingdom have a BIG WAY for you to celebrate…
Though Casey’s always has Foot Long Hot Dogs on the menu, for one day only — Wednesday, July 18th — they will be serving up TWO FOOT LONG Hot Dogs! Not as in “two hot dogs,” nope! As in two feet in length! [Read more…]
Happy Spring! At least, it’s Spring in Disney World where temperatures are starting to rise once more with warm days leading into gorgeous nights!
No matter what the thermometer says in your neck of the woods, why not enjoy a bit of spring with us here at the DFB as we travel all over Disney World to find out What’s New!? [Read more…]
in Disney California Adventure serves up gourmet hot dogs and sausages that are just a little outside the box. So if you decide to stop in for a bite, bring your sense of adventure with you!
I love that Award Wieners often runs specials to coincide with whatever the Disney Movie du jour is. We’ve enjoyed some fun, film-inspired eats and drinks here, like the Teriyaki Street Dog and Coconut Milk Tea that honored Big Hero 6. And who could forget the Wizard Blizzard and Yellow Brick Roll, to mark the opening of Oz, the Great and Powerful? [Read more…]
“Take Me Out to the Ball Game…”
Okay, we know… with the San Francisco Giants winning the World Series, baseball season is officially behind us for the year. But there’s one place where it’s always baseball season, and that’s Casey’s Corner in Magic Kingdom!
And what’s a baseball game without a hot dog… or three 😉 ? I know you agree. Let’s head in to the quintessential hot dog joint in Disney World for a bite.
Before you even step in the front doors, you’re “greeted” by a turn-of-the-century baseball player.
Once you enter, the baseball theme really kicks into high gear, down to the Cast Member baseball player costumes (which might be my favorite costumes just about anywhere at Disney World).
Vintage artwork and props (including ads for Coca-Cola) line the walls and top the shelves just about everywhere you look.
The indoor seating does its best to place you outside, giving the impression that you’re at an outdoor ballpark. The scoreboard reflects a score that is much to the chagrin of the citizens of Mudville, thanks to the legendary strikeout of “Casey at the Bat.”
There may be “no joy in Mudville,” since Mighty Casey struck out, but [Read more…]