But, there are quite a few under-the-radar restaurants that aren’t talked about much but are still worth checking out! Some are our favorite spots in all of Disney World! Don’t be the Disney guest that just passes by these restaurants — here’s why we think you should make time for them!
Wow — is it just us or did May just fly by? And it’s officially summer at Disney World — how did that even happen?
Of course, we’re ready for it (save for maybe the Florida heat and humidity), and we’re looking forward to all the great summer foods we’ll be eating over the next few months. May saw some pretty interesting snacks, though, including a secret menu Watermelon Dole Whipception snack, A Donut Burger, and Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls! And we also saw some menu updates at Disney World restaurants, so we’re going to get to those right now!
You can probably guess based on our name, but here at DFB, we’re all about Disney food!
Over the years we’ve spent talking about Disney food, we’ve heard a lot of crazy things: some that were true, but quite a few that aren’t. People make all kinds of assumptions about the food at Walt Disney World, and we’re here to set the record straight. Today, we’re debunking some absolute lies about Disney World restaurants!
Heading to Magic Kingdom soon and have NO IDEA where to eat? We got you covered!
We’ve reviewed our fair share of Magic Kingdom table service and counter service restaurants, along with all of the tasty snacks you can imagine! So you’ll want to make sure you read up on the options available to you so you can make the best food choices for your travel party!
Hello, DFB Friends! We’ve been busy eating our way around Mother’s Day snacks and summer treats at Disney World!
We’ve had SO many cupcakes (like LOADS of cupcakes), a boozy strawberry lemonade, a new cronut, and more! But we haven’t forgotten to keep checking the menus at Disney World restaurants so we can keep you updated on menu changes, price increases (and sometimes decreases) and more! So let’s get on with what’s changed this week!
Lots of things have changed recently at Disney World. Some hotels are set to reopen soon, maskless photos can be taken outdoors, and we’ve even seen changes made when it comes to self-serve drink stations.
But, when it comes to food, there’s still quite a bit that is different from how things were prior to the park closures. Some fan-favorite restaurants are still closed and quite a lot of food hasn’t returned to the parks and hotels. So, today we’re going down our list and sharing some of those food items that are still missing from Disney World so you can plan ahead for your next trip (and not be SEVERELY disappointed when you find that *spoiler alert* beignets are not available from Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter 😭).
Disney World’s flagship park, Magic Kingdom, is unique for many different reasons. Not only is it the first Disney World park, but it has a certain kind of, well, magic that the other three parks don’t seem to have!
If you’ve ever wandered around Magic Kingdom wondering, “Where can I get a beer??” …you’re not alone. In Disney World’s other three parks, throw a rock and you’re likely to hit a location selling alcohol. But NOT Magic Kingdom. It was the only Disney World theme park to NOT serve alcohol — but that is no longer the case! If you haven’t been to Magic Kingdom in the past several years, you may be totally unaware of this change, but it’s true!
Hey, everyone! We’ve been to Magic Kingdom this week to check out all the latest and greatest!
And we’re here now with some updates to keep you in the loop about new merchandise, food, and more! Let’s get to it!
There’s no denying that a Disney World vacation can be an expensive one!
That’s why we’re always looking for ways to help YOU make the most of your money during your vacations! It’s important to know what the best values are, and just what your money can get you. So, today we’re sharing the best ways to spend $20 in each Disney World park! What are we spending our money on? Well, FOOD of course!!
We’re back to visit one of Magic Kingdom’s classic restaurants, The Plaza Restaurant on Main Street, U.S.A.!
This sit-down restaurant has a lot going for it but often gets forgotten! They serve up reasonably-priced classic cozy comfort dishes (including ice cream sundaes!), has a bright and airy dining room, and a primo view of Cinderella Castle! Even WE forget this Main Street establishment is there at times. So we decided to visit and see what’s going on at this small cozy spot with a killer view.