We’re headed to the main dining hub of this new land in California Adventure, PYM Test Kitchen. We’ll be chowing down throughout the day here, kicking things off with a BIG breakfast. (Seriously, Ant-Man would be proud of this feast!) Let’s dive right in!
Sometimes you gotta go where everybody knows your name! Whoops, that’s Cheers, isn’t it?
You know that feeling of walking into your neighborhood bar and everyone knows you? The Cheers reference holds true of this spot too. That’s basically the feeling you get when walking into Rose and Crown. We like the food just fine but we love the feeling we get when we enter the pub doors at this EPCOT restaurant. We revisited the restaurant to cozy up with some Guinness and warm our bones from the “chilly” Florida weather. (Hey, it got below 50 degrees this week!) Step inside for a pint and see what the restaurant is like since our last visit!
In the middle of the glitz and glitter of Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the classic Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant.
The Brown Derby is a swanky signature restaurant inspired by the real Brown Derby restaurant(s) in California (more on that in a bit!). The cozy lounge-feel of the restaurant is the perfect setting for a romantic night-out or when your travel group is feeling fancy! We recently headed back to the Brown Derby to see how the restaurant has adapted since the theme parks reopened. Do they still toss the Cobb Salad at your table? Is the Grapefruit Cake still fantastic? What about the drinks?! Let’s find out!
But, today we’re going to a one-of-its-kind restaurant that is absolutely iconic and really captures that old Hollywood spirit found throughout the park — Sci-Fi Dine-In Restaurant! Between the incredible atmosphere and the classic burgers and shakes, there’s SO much to love here. So, what did we think about this spot the last time we visited, and should it still be a must-do for you? Find out here!
It’s been a wild ride this week in Disney World! While Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom have officially reopened to guests, Disney Springs is still welcoming everyone back to shop, dine, and have a great time!
Although there are SO many places to eat in Disney Springs that have reopened to guests, those visiting Disney World can once again eat a meal during a thunderstorm and have a VOLCANOOO! for dessert once again!
While the shopping and dining district will likely be opening again with outdoor dining only with more locations to come soon, Salt and Straw will be mixing up ice cream for guests again this week!
Palo on the Disney Cruise Line has a romantic atmosphere with some amazing food.
While we’re missing taking a cruise across the big, blue ocean, we’re excited to be able to make THIS treat straight from the cruise ships in the comfort of our homes!
While the restaurant has already rolled out a To-Go Window so you can grab a beer or cocktail before exploring Disney Springs, there was another new addition to the restaurant today!
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.
Although Mickey might be the mouse that started it all, our dads are the King of the Castle and have a VERY special place in our hearts.
And, this Father’s Day, it’s time to celebrate them with a little Disney cheer and a lot of great food!