In short, Mobile Order lets you order food in advance from your My Disney Experience app. Pretty nifty, right? A spin-off on that is Mobile Order Table Service To Go, which was introduced after the parks’ reopening. With this feature, you can order your food to go from Table Service restaurants and take it somewhere else to eat. And if you were hopin’ for a few more to-go options, you’re in luck!
Hello everyone! It’s been an interesting week at Disney World (and a stormy one at that), but that still hasn’t stopped us from eating all the things!
Some of those things included a SUPER neon drink, some amazing mac and cheese, and a vanilla orange slushy float! But as always, we kept an eye on restaurant menus, too, so you can stay updated on what’s been changing at Disney World. So let’s get started!
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!
Welcome back, resort hoppers! We’re here with another roundup of What’s New Around the Disney World Resorts! This time, we’ll be chatting about Coronado Springs, Saratoga Springs, and Wilderness Lodge!
We’ve got some merch, food, entertainment, and construction updates to share with ya, so let’s dive right on in!
In case you haven’t visited any social media channel lately, the NEW Disney color trend — Arendelle Aqua — has officially launched in Disney World and Disneyland.
While we’ve enjoyed checking out all the new merchandise (like the GORGEOUS new Minnie Ears), we also tried EVERY. SINGLE. Arendelle Aqua treat we could find! Join us on a Frozen-themed journey through every Arendelle Aqua cupcake, slush, and treat we’ve found in Disney World and Disneyland.
Happy Arendelle Aqua Day! Disney’s new Frozen-inspired color trend collection is taking the Disney parks and resorts by storm. We’ve already explored all the new merch and reviewed several blue-hued treats, including the Arendelle Aqua Cone and Arendelle Aqua Arctic Punch.
And NOW, Disney has released a first look at even MORE Arendelle Aqua treats coming to a few of the Disney World resorts!
Happy weekend! We’ve been hard at work in the parks scoping out all the latest news for you, which is compiled here! First, a few things to remember…
The 2019 Epcot Food and Wine Festival kicks off August 29 and we’re covering it all! Did you see the menus that are out now? See every single Food and Wine Festival MENU and some FOOD PHOTOS as well — here!
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is now OPEN at Disneyland and will open August 29 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios! Check out all our Disneyland Galaxy’s Edge coverage to start planning for Disney World (the two lands will be virtually identical!)!
Now — on to the news!
We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…
The wilderness called to us and we answered with a visit to the Wilderness Lodge. We found new menu items at Roaring Fork, Geyser Point, and not 1, not 2, but 3 NEW skillets in Whispering Canyon Cafe! Check out all of the updates here!
Our adventures in the wilderness started out at the resort’s quick-service Roaring Fork, where we found some new items on the menu.
Welcome back to Geyser Point Bar and Grill at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge!
Open for just over a year now, Geyser Point is a lounge-meets-counter-service restaurant (we’ll explain how that works shortly) set outside the beautiful Lodge, making the most of some truly terrific lakeside views.
It used to be that guests could grab a cocktail directly poolside at the casual Trout Pass Pool Bar. But the former Trout Pass has since been transformed into the Salon by the Springs, so Geyser Point is THE place to grab a drink near the Copper Creek Springs Pool.
But there’s much more than drinks in store these days. So let’s pay a one-year-old birthday visit to Geyser Point Bar and Grill! Because even in this very first year, there are already some changes to report. And while there’s still plenty to enjoy here, I can’t say I’m a fan of some of the changes.
Allow me to explain…
Geyser Point welcomes guests by presenting a rustic setting in perfect keeping with Wilderness Lodge.