We’re heading to the BoardWalk cause Trattoria al Forno is changing things up!
Yesterday, the restaurant introduced TWO new menus! Now, obviously, we had to go check out the changes. Luckily, we were able to get in for dinner to try the new eats!
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!
EPCOT is a treasure trove of dishes and drinks inspired by countries from around the world. If you’re looking to break away from burgers and chicken tenders of Disney World you can find some really stellar food.
One Pavilion positively brimming with flavorful food and drinks is the Mexico Pavilion. And that’s where we’re headed. But stop! We’re not going in the big pyramid. Nope, we’re headed waterfront to dine at this Pavilion’s SECOND, newer sit-down restaurant. For those of you interested in a little spice with a side of atmosphere, come this way!
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!
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!
Update: ON June 26th, Due to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation banning the consumption of alcohol at bars, Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar was closed. However, the location was able to reopen on July 6th.
Since Disney Springs began its phased reopening back in May, we’ve been eating our way around the newly reopened restaurants. And Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar has now joined the list of locations that have welcomed back guests!
We’ve already had the chance to check out fan-favorite spots like Morimoto Asia, The Polite Pig, The Boathouse, and more. And with awesome theming, fun specialty drinks, and inventive appetizers, we were eager to see how Jock Lindsey’s stacks up!
AAAAAH! It’s HERE! One of the highly anticipated NEW restaurants in Epcot is finally soft opening and we can’t WAIT to bring you inside! Ready to head into Takumi-Tei? Let’s go!
The newest, signature restaurant in the Japan pavilion is soft opening for the first time today, and we couldn’t wait to report for you.
Takumi-Tei, which means “House of the Artisan,” is a signature restaurant. In Disney-speak, that translates to a high-end, two-credit option on the Disney Dining Plan…and a date night must-do for sure!
As is the case with many Japanese restaurants, the atmosphere and experience of the architecture and decor is as much a part of the meal as the food. In speaking with the manager, we found that that the entrance way at Takumi-Tei represents a passageway between Epcot and Japan.
Hello from Asia in Disney’s Animal Kingdom! We got so excited seeing Kevin from Up that we worked up an appetite!
It’s been a while since we’ve stopped at Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafes, so we decided to swing by for a quick lunch.
As, the menu suggests, Yak & Yeti features “tasty food,” which, in this case, is Asian cuisine. One of the best things about this spot is the large portions — you certainly get a good bang for your buck. (or dining plan!)
We decided to go for the Teriyaki Beef Bowl and Vegetable Tikka Masala. We also had to stop by the awesome condiment cart, which truly is one of the best reasons to dine here. There’s a large and unique variety of sauces — from soy sauce to duck sauce.
Happy Saturday! We’re back with another DFB Video for the weekend, and we’re taking you on a Food Tour of Disney World’s Yacht and Beach Club Resorts!
Disney’s Yacht and Beach Clubs are sister resorts that share two very important things: Stormalong Bay (a 3-acre mini water park) and some fantastic dining options including a character meal, signature dining, and an old-fashioned soda shop. Join us as we take you through all the dining stops along the way at the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts! [Read more…]