Our thirst is about to be quenched thanks to these two fruity beers we discovered at Morimoto Asia Street Food at The Landing of Disney Springs!
Say it with us…POG JUICE!
Name the best drink in Disney World, go!
Okay, okay. Maybe that isn’t so easy. BUT, if POG Juice probably crossed lots of your minds. And if you haven’t had it, you’ve got to give it a try. POG (or passion fruit, orange, and guava) is a juice blend that originated in Hawaii and is served in various places around Disney World. NOW, this favorite is in a NEW form. Check out Stone Brewing’s Notorious P.O.G.!
Not to long ago, we told you guys about Kona Island Brewing Co’s Spiked Seltzer featuring one of Disney World’s most iconic beverages, POG JUICE!
For those of you who haven’t discovered this mystical elixir of the tiki gods, its a tropical mix of passion fruit, orange, and guava juices that we ADORE and sometimes it goes by other names such as Jungle Juice or Liliko’ i Juice, as well!
We’ve got a very important matter to discuss with you today!
We know we’re always talking about our favorite foods at the Disney theme parks, BUT did you know many of our favorite snacks don’t even require a park ticket?!
We aren’t leaving our homes much these days, so why not make the most of our home and transform it into a tropical hideaway? Perhaps a place where the birds sing words and the flowers croon? Where, if we weren’t in the show starting right away, we’d be in the audience, too? In the tiki tiki tiki tiki tiki room? (Okay, we’ll stop!)
There’s just something about a tropical oasis that calms the mind and makes us all feel at ease. And if we can’t take a vacation right now, why not bring the destination to us? We’ve got a bunch of fun ideas to share with you today to transform your home into your own ‘enchanted’ tiki room!
One of our favorite Disney World beverages is the delicious and refreshing POG Juice found around Disney World. It goes by many names (Jungle Juice, Liliko’i Juice, and more!), but it’s made with a mixture of passion fruit, orange, and guava juices we just love.
We’ve seen spiked versions at locations around Disney World including the Ngumu Jungle Juice at Dawa Bar in Animal Kingdom, and the POG Wine Slushie at Kona Cafe in the Polynesian Resort. With the current closure of Disney World, we’ve been missing our fix — so we were SO EXCITED when we learned that we could snag a POG beverage to enjoy at home!
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to attend Epcot’s Frozen Ever After Dessert Party? The party offers guests Frozen-themed snacks, treats, and beverages — all while watching Epcot’s nighttime show (currently Epcot Forever) from a prime, reserved waterfront viewing area. And after all of that, guests get to take a ride on the popular Frozen Ever After attraction.
Well wonder no more! We’re heading “into the UNKNOWN” to see how this separately-ticketed celebration in Disney World has changed since our last visit! (And we’re gonna tell you if the $100 price tag is still worth it.) Join us for a full rundown of the night’s festivities!
Hey, all you POG-aholics! If you can’t get enough of the tasty passion fruit, orange, and guava juice concoction that can be found at places like ‘Ohana and Tusker House… You may be happy to know that we just discovered a new tasty incarnation of this glass of liquid sunshine!
Get ready to meet POG juice’s slightly more sophisticated, (but just as yummy!) cousin, the Frozen POG Wine Slushie!
The Plaza Restaurant in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is a longtime favorite.
Tucked at the end of Main Street, U.S.A., this small location (as compared to your usual table service restaurant) is completely packed with old-fashioned charm echoing Main Street’s turn-of-the-century feel.
The Plaza Restaurant is typically a spot for lunch and dinner, but this morning a new meal made its debut: breakfast! You can currently make an Advance Dining Reservation for breakfast from 7:45 – 10:30 AM. And, as of press time, The Plaza will be serving breakfast through March 2, 2019. (It is unknown at this time whether the meal will be extended beyond that date.)
So let’s start our Magic Kingdom day with breakfast at The Plaza Restaurant!
We can’t help but say that The Plaza Restaurant — filled with sunlight pouring in from the windows — is a perfectly charming space to begin the day! [Read more…]
When the Happily Ever After fireworks show in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World replaced Wishes just over a year ago, the responses were all over the map. Some were deeply saddened; others were ready for a change. But one thing was for sure: there would be fireworks.
Lots and lots of fireworks. 😉