And a new month means new FLAVORS! Let’s check out which ones have landed on the menu just in time for SUMMER!
We’ve been having a blast at Disney California Adventure today!
And while it’s only the first day of the 2020 Food and Wine Festival, we’re already gotten to try so many new foods (like garlic mac and cheese and a caramel peanut macaron). But since we left our melon ballers at home and we’re suddenly finding ourselves struck by a hankering for some refreshing fruit, it’s time to hit up One in a Melon — the festival’s brand new booth!
Dole Whip, Mickey Bars, sundaes — you name it! Ice cream is basically a staple when you visit Disneyland.
Even though we love grabbing a cone in the parks, Downtown Disney also has a great selection of ice cream treats to satisfy your sweet tooth! And, just in time for New Year’s, there are some special flavors coming soon!
Blaze Pizza in Disney Springs is a serious fan favorite.
If you haven’t been, it’s basically a create-your-own pizza situation that Orlando locals are 100% sold on. And now they’ve made a move to accommodate even more people!
Every visit to Epcot is filled with construction updates, new food, and fun merchandise — and this visit to Epcot is jam-packed with new food (including gluten-free snacks, chocolate covered pretzels,and more), the cutest and sweetest smelling merchandise, and progress on new rides, restaurants, and the Skyliner.
After spending some time with our new BFF Pinocchio, we walked the park — here’s what we found!
There’s so much going on in Epcot! They are getting ready for the Festival of the Arts to open next week, adding new rides, attractions, restaurants, and even more. This visit was jam-packed with updates!
Let’s dive into all of the updates and start in Future World at one of our first stops on every visit — Fountain View for Coffee and Cupcakes!
, and while some of you might not be ready, we don’t hate it! 😉 Because when it’s the holiday season at Disney World, it’s also holiday snack season.
Travelling with a food allergy or sensitivity can be difficult. Disney has worked to reduce the stress by making chefs visits to your table easier as well as incorporating allergy and sensitivity requests in the Advance Dining Reservation system and providing allergen information on menus at many Disney restaurants.
And for a while now, Disney has been moving toward incorporating food allergy and sensitivity orders into the Mobile Order System in the My Disney Experience App.
After you scroll down past the standard menu, the allergy and sensitivity options appear.