It’s the opening day of Avengers Campus!
We’ve been live from this brand-new land ALL day long, giving you an up-close look at food, characters, and more. And now, we’re stopping for a bite to eat at Pym Test Kitchen, the new Quick Service spot!
Hey there DFB readers, we’re back with another restaurant review!
We’ve dined at every restaurant in Disney World, but we make sure to visit again and again to bring you the most up-to-date details and info. That’s especially the case when a restaurant reopens, and today we’re headed over to Hollywood Studios for such an occasion!
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!
Ever wonder what the most gorgeous Disney World pool bar looks like?
Well, look no further than Bar Riva at Disney’s Riviera Resort! After opening with the resort back in 2019, we’ve been impressed with the atmosphere and exclusive eats. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill Disney pool bar! Now that the menu has been cut down, is this eye-candy pool bar still worth a visit?
Splitsville Luxury Lanes in Disney Springs isn’t your typical stinky shoe bowling alley with sticky floors and day-old hot dogs…
…it’s a fancy retro bowling alley with leveled-up menu and a total party vibe. (Oh, and it doesn’t stink either!) Ok, so it doesn’t offer exotic flavors like its neighbor Jaleo. It doesn’t have romantic sweeping views of Disney Springs like Paddlefish either. Instead, it offers a HUGE menu with BIG portions that match the incredibly fun atmosphere. Also, they have sushi. Normally, we wouldn’t dare to try sushi from a bowling alley. Splitsville is very different though! With so much great food in Disney Springs, we often overlook this retro-but-make-it-new bowling joint. In fact, we haven’t had a full meal here in a few years. Take a look at how the restaurant and entertainment venue holds up against other Disney Springs restaurants!
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!
Listen. I don’t know who needs to hear this, but the world is very different right now, mmm-kay? And eating INDOORS where it’s super PEOPLE-Y and there’s all that RECIRCULATED AIR may not be your favorite activity at the moment.
If you’re nodding your head right now (and, tbh, even if you’re not, because this place is worthwhile regardless of your current global pandemic status), settle in to hear about our recent favorite hangout in Disney World to eat OUTSIDE in the fresh, un-contaminated air!
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is a beautiful resort inspired by national parks and cabins in the Pacific Northwest. It’s here you’ll find rustic eats, a breathtaking lobby, and even a real (well, Disney-real) geyser! We recently stopped by to take in the grand architecture and share some bites at Geyser Point Bar and Grill. Take a walk in the woods with us as we rustle up some grub!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Well, not in the era of COVID-19, we shouldn’t.
The latest sign of increased safety measures at Disney World? A reimagined sundae experience at one of our favorite ice cream shops!
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.