And while Disney’s officially released which food booths will be returning along with their menus, they’ve yet to announce how much we can expect to pay!
Something definitely stood out to us when the 2020 Food and Wine Festival soft-opened in Disney California Adventure yesterday!
And now that one of California’s biggest foodie bashes is officially underway (get those tastebuds pumped and primed!), we think these new details will catch your eye, too! We’re talking about the major UPGRADE each of the festival marketplaces seems to have received!
It’s almost time for Epcot’s 2020 International Flower and Garden Festival!
That’s right — the festival officially kicks off March 4th and will run through June 1st, which means there isn’t much time to decide on which cuisine from the 16 unique Flower and Garden food booths you’ll be sampling first!
kicks off on August 29, 2019, and continues until November 23, 2019. That’s 87 days of food, wine, demos, seminars, and more! With the Festival getting bigger and more complex with each passing year, we figure it’s time to get back to the simple truths — seven, in fact — about Food & Wine.
1. It’s big. Really big.
Food & Wine at Epcot has reached epic proportions, with more than thirty booths in 2017 and 2018 — and over 30 again in 2019! [Read more…]
If you’ve got the Disney Dining Plan for your upcoming trip to Disney World, you’ll absolutely want to get the biggest and best value for your snack credits in order to make your Dining Plan worth it.
It’s nearly time for the start of Disney California Adventure’s Food & Wine Festival in Disneyland Resort! We’re going to be on the ground tasting all the things — and we’ve got the info you need to make the most of this Festival, too!
DCA Food & Wine begins March 1 and goes through April 23
— plenty of time to savor specialty bites and beverages. [Read more…]
Happy Birthday, Disney California Adventure!
Disneyland Resort’s second park opened on February 8, 2001, so DCA is 18 years young today!
After a rocky start, I think DCA has really come into its own. With the addition of Pixar Pier, Guardians of the Galaxy Mission Breakout, and now Marvel Land coming to the park, there’s so much to enjoy and to anticipate!
But today we wanted to celebrate this enterprising little park by sharing some of our favorite treats — old and new — to get at the snack locations and shops around DCA! Let us know which is YOUR favorite!
Hot Link Corn Dog and Cheese Stick Corn Dog — Corn Dog Castle
It’s not a visit to Disneyland Resort without stopping for a corn dog, and one of our favorite spots is Corn Dog Castle! Here you can get a traditional hand-dipped corn dog, but you can also order the Hot Link Corn Dog and the Cheese Stick Corn Dog. See our review here! The Hot Link is a spicy dog coated in classic corn batter. It’s delicious and packs a bit of a punch!
The Cheese Stick Corn Dog is exactly what you think: a stick of cheddar cheese that has been battered and deep fried. [Read more…]
It’s nearly time to celebrate the Lunar New Year at Disney California Adventure Park! The celebration of the Lunar New Year begins on January 25, 2019, and the food booths are out with menus and prices!
This year’s booths are a bit different from past years when each was dedicated to a particular country’s cuisine. Instead, this year’s booths (called Lunar New Year Marketplaces) are inspired by the spirit of the festival. Red Dragon Spice Traders will offer Firecracker Three Cup Chicken, Steamed Short Rib Shumai, and a Purple Yam Macaron.