That’s where YOU come in! We asked our readers on Facebook what their favorite dessert is in Disney World, and we got a TON of responses! From there, we narrowed it down to the top 25 best desserts in Disney World. Did your vote make the list? Let’s take a look!
If you’re looking for delicious dining options in Disney World, Disney Springs is a great place to start.
There are plenty of great restaurants to choose from in Disney Springs, but Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ still manages to stand out as one of our favorites. And now, we have one more reason to head there for a meal…not that we needed any extra motivation!
Several of our favorite Disney talents have been sharing incredible music, stories, artistic tutorials, and more via live streams over the past few weeks, delivering Disney magic right into our homes. Here at the DFB, some of our favorite live streams include those which have been presented by Disney mixologists and chefs for some at-home culinary fun. And one that we are especially excited to include in the mix is…
There’s no better way to say “good morning” than with a grand ole’ Southern breakfast!
And, whether you’re an early riser or late sleeper, you don’t have to worry about missing out on this brunch in Disney World thanks to their newly extended hours! (Extra Munching Hours, please and thank you.)
When you decide to purchase the Disney Dining Plan (or if you snag it during the yearly Free Dining offer!), you want to make sure you maximize your dining credits at every opportunity. With so many one-credit table service restaurants from which to choose, it can be tough to know where to go in order to get the best value for your credits. That’s where the DFB comes in.
Check out our top picks for Disney Dining Plan One-Credit Meals that offer the Biggest Bang for your Disney World Buck!
, located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, recently changed its menu, and now there’s a lunch and dinner item that makes this table service spot the biggest bang for your DDP buck! So if you’re a fan of a 20-oz. Bone-In Black Angus Rib-Eye, prepare to be the master of the DDP! On top of the $55 steak, add a $14 Lapu-Lapu and a dessert selection (up to $9), and you’ve got a $78 value for your table service credit!
What do you picture when you hear the word “brunch“? Perfectly runny eggs, crisp-yet-juicy fried chicken, bacon-covered donuts, and creamy grits topped with blistered cheese?
If any of that sounds irresistible, Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine Bar at Disney Springs might just be the perfect brunch spot for you. DFB recently paid Homecomin’ a visit to experience the Rise and Shine Brunch, and we have lots of great info to share with you!
Ever wanted to hang out with two of the hottest chefs in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs, sipping some sake and moonshine? Well, your dream is within reach (for a price) with a unique progressive dinner that celebrates the work of Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Chef Art Smith.
Hey, guys! We’re back with another DFB Video today, and I hope you’ve got your sweet tooth ready… because we’re sharing Disney desserts you’ve just GOT to try!
Today is ALL about the sweet stuff in Disney World… and we’re sharing the whole scoop, from what to get and where to get it! Of course, we’re got some longtime classics, like the Kitchen Sink at Beaches and Cream and the Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake at Liberty Tree Tavern. But the sweet fun never stops, so there are tons of new items for you to try, too! There’s no shortage of desserts to add to your must-try list, so check out our video to find our favorites in all four Disney World parks, Disney Springs, and some that you may find in your favorite Resort. Then let us know what you would add to the list! [Read more…]
We’re back at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Florida Kitchen for another visit today!
So…I’m noticing we’ve been there kind of a lot. It’s turning into my go-to restaurant — the place that pops to mind if I have a meeting, or a date night, or just get kind of hungry. And, you know…that’s saying something.
From the surroundings, to the service, to the food (and drinks!), this place is…pretty great. They offer fantastic cocktails and a decent counter service menu; and their table service options are some of the best in Walt Disney World.
I was recently in Disney Springs on a family trip, and decided that my traveling companions needed to check out this place for themselves. Wanna come along? I thought you might. 🙂
And oh, hey, it’s Homecomin’ now, y’all. Not Homecoming. To drive home that down-home, rural Florida feeling, Chef Art Smith officially decided to drop the “g”. Just FYI.
We’ve shown you around a couple of times, so I’ll just give you the highlights during this visit. For a full look at the space, inside and out, be sure to check out our very first review of Homecomin’ that shares our first impressions from our first two visits. [Read more…]
Happy Sunday! We hope you’re staying warm this weekend! We have so much exciting food news to share this week.
We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…
Disney Food News
- The Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival is returning on March 10!
- We reviewed Tokyo Dining in Epcot’s Japan pavilion.
- Dates and details were announced for the 2017 Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Food and Wine Classic.
- We shared the recipe for Chef Art Smith’s Hummingbird Cake.
- This week’s #OnTheList was the Jungle Juice Slush from Mahindi at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
- Passholder seating is available at the Disney on Broadway Concert Series at the Festival of the Arts.
- A new Donut Sundae was spotted at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor at the Magic Kingdom.
- Check out our new YouTube video: The Disney World Mocktail Crawl!