They began serving brunch, lunch, and dinner some time ago, with some changes to their menus. Now, it looks like their online menus are showing some more changes. [Read more…]
Cheers to the weekend!! And, there’s no better way to celebrate the end of the week than with a tasty brunch served up Irish style!
As Raglan Road has re-opened its dining room and an outdoor bar, we’ve been excited to have some Face Beer once again. And, while we’ve been waiting for brunch to come back to Raglan Road, we’ve got some news that will make you do a little jig over to the restaurant!
Brunch lovers rejoice!
Raglan Road Irish Pub reopened in Disney Springs on June 10th, and there was a line of (socially distanced) guests ready to return!
Bacon, and eggs, and Mickey waffles, OH MY!
Does anyone else find themselves craving breakfast food constantly? Just us?? Well, we’re so dedicated to “the most important meal of the day” that we decided to do some digging to see if there’s a place in Disney World that serves breakfast all day! So put on your stretchy pants and let’s go on a (scrambled) egg hunt!
Brunch is ALWAYS a good idea… especially in Disney World.
With locations like Wine Bar George serving Dole Whip Mimosas and the Rise ‘n Shine Brunch at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’, we’ve happily hopped on the brunch bandwagon. And now…Raglan Road has added a new mouth-watering option to their brunch menu!
It’s been an exciting week as we have a front row seat to all that’s happening with the D23 Expo taking place in Anaheim this week!
Some of the biggest news to come out of California for Disney fans is the confirmation that a Jungle Cruise-themed restaurant is indeed coming to Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World! We first told you about this rumor quite a while back, and we can’t WAIT to see the details unfold on this exciting project!
Plus — feast your eyes on the Star Wars Restaurant news as well!
There’s been a lot more happening though around the Disney Universe. Read on to catch up on the latest!
Disney Food News
- It’s official and the rumors have been confirmed!: A Jungle Cruise Restaurant — Skipper Canteen — will be opening soon in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom!
- Aaaaaaaand — Star Wars Restaurants will be coming to both coasts with the new Star Wars-themed land expansions!
- The House of Blues in Disneyland’s Downtown Disney District has announced that it will be relocating to another spot in Anaheim.
- We are answering DFB Reader Questions, and telling you where you can score free refills in the Parks.
- Orlando’s Magical Dining Month is back for the tenth year in a row, and begins August 24.
- We’re taking a closer look at the progress over at Disney Springs, with a focus on Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar.
- We also have a first look at the menu items coming to Jake Lindsey’s.
- Raglan Road will host their Great Irish Hooley for the fourth year this Labor Day Weekend.
Sweet news out of Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant!
We were thrilled late last year to bring you the news that they would begin serving Sunday brunch after the new year. After all, we here at Disney Food Blog have enjoyed both lunch and dinner at the authentic Irish pub immensely.
Later in the week, we will be bringing you more exciting news from Raglan Road about another fun meal option for Sunday dinner. But today, we’re excited to bring you the first look at all the delicious dishes we sampled at a recent media event celebrating the launch of The Rollicking Raglan Sunday Brunch.
The atmosphere here is lots of fun. The pub really is an “Irish” Pub: some of the features were actually built in Ireland and shipped to Orlando for assembly.
The hostess stand is directly before you as you enter, and to the left, you’ll spy the pub patio, a great place to people watch during the mild Florida winter — or anytime of the year.
You’ll want to check out the gift shop as well during your visit. Here you’ll find a wonderful stock of Raglan Road merchandise, but you’ll also find items that celebrate Ireland.
I keep promising myself that I’ll buy some of the beautiful sterling silver jewelry one of these days!
There’s a reason that Raglan Road appears to be so authentic — it is. The bars and much of the interior woodwork came from churches and pubs in Ireland. The beautiful bars are more than 100 years old!
The small platform in the center of the room becomes a [Read more…]