One of those places is Cafe Orleans in Disneyland, known for its absolutely ICONIC Monte Cristo Sandwich and delicious Pommes Frites! The location has historical significance, as it’s been at Disneyland since New Orleans Square opened in the park in 1966! It was first called Creole Café and still hosts the original espresso machine that brewed up drinks for Walt Disney himself! Let’s see how this favorite spot is holding up!
If you’ve been keeping up with DFB for a while you’ll likely know that Via Napoli is one of our favorite spots around World Showcase in EPCOT. It was love at first bite (of pizza) and we can’t fuhgeddaboudit! Yes, we love traveling around and trying all the exotic (and often delicious) foods, but we keep coming back to our favorite pizza spot in the Italy Pavilion time and time again.
We would probably eat here more often than we should if we could. But we wouldn’t be doing our jobs of sharing EVERYTHING you can eat in Disney World, now would we? 😉 Every once in a while though, the siren song of those pizzas comes a’callin. Who are we to not answer that call? Let’s eat some ‘za!
By now you probably know that one of our favorite Disney World attractions isn’t a ride or store — it’s food!
Disney World went from 0 to 100 on green snacks for St. Patrick’s Day and they’re doing the same for Easter so we’ve been pretty busy (and full). But, today we decided to take a break from all the bunny and egg-covered snacks to try something new at one of our favorite coffee stops!
Here at DFB, we LOVE snacking our way through Disney World. But every once in a while, we try to squeeze in something healthier.
And that means you get to hear about one of the least eaten snacks at Disney World — salads. Recently, we had our servings of green from the BoardWalk Bakery and now we’re giving another salad a try (we know, very unlike us). So, join us as we take a break from our regularly scheduled Disney dessert programming and try out something on the lighter side.
The Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts just kicked off and we’ve eaten A LOT of goodies lately.
There’s one dish that stood out today…and it has nothing to do with the festival! We were strolling by our favorite fish and chip joint in EPCOT and noticed a placard for the Chicken and Mushroom Pie. Ummm. Chicken and mushrooms stuffed in a puff pastry? Don’t mind if we do!
This boat has been floating (well, pretending to float, at least) in the waters of what is now Disney Springs for almost 45 years! We’re back at Paddlefish in Disney Springs!
We have been eating and drinking throughout all of the Disney Parks and Resorts this holiday season!
With all of the new things that we’ve found, like the Raspberry Fizz at Animal Kingdom and Hot Chocolate Sea Salt Bread Pudding at the Polynesian, it’s hard to believe that there are still MORE snacks that we haven’t tried! And, today, we found cinnamon-y, apple-y, and cranberry-y dessert at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa.
Drum roll pleeeeeease: The Crystal Palace has officially reopened in the Magic Kingdom!
This fan-favorite table-service (read: sit-down) restaurant in Disney World used to be a huge draw for Disney fans. Winnie the Pooh and Friends greeted guests, and diners indulged in an all-you-can-eat buffet for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
But as with so many reopened restaurants at Disney World, the dining experience at Crystal Palace has changed quite a bit. Buffet? GONE. Characters? NOPE. So with all the changes, is visiting the Crystal Palace still worth it? Here’s what we think!
The 2020 Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Holidays has officially started, so you know what that means…it’s time to EAT!
We’re making our way through all of the festival booths, and today we’re headed to one spot that’s serving up some super traditional holiday eats. But is this booth worth a stop on your culinary trip around World Showcase? We’re about to find out!