Disney World is boogying into our hearts with their latest retro merch!
And, while we’ve thrown it back to the 1970s with some of the rainbow items we’ve seen in the parks, this tie-dye merch has us feeling groovy!
We’re takin’ it back to the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, you guys!
While we’ve seen the Retro Mickey Mouse Club apparel and accessories and the Retro Mousercise Collection, we’re playing our favorite tunes on our jukebox while we dance around in the newest and grooviest items in Disney Springs!
So, is it just us, or is the cookie dough better than the actual cookies??
Obvs we could eat an entire bowl of cookie dough to ourselves, so we looove that there are so many great spots for edible cookie dough in Disney World! It’s been spotted at the All Star Resorts and several locations in Disney Springs (not to mention that cookie dough ice cream at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor in Magic Kingdom).
And, one of our DFB readers just sent over a shot of a brand NEW cookie dough extravaganza in Disney World!
We’re in Magic Kingdom today to bring you What’s New! We’ll be exploring food and menu updates, construction progress, and a few pieces of fun merchandise! Let’s “enter the world of” What’s New!
, the park’s Starbucks location, is highlighting the Iced Caramel Cloud Macchiato. [Read more…]
in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs is THE place to go for high-end chocolates in creative flavors and forms. The latter is what we’re talking about today with the colorful chocolate Pride Pinatas!
Just as it did last year, The Ganachery is serving up colorful pinatas for Pride month! [Read more…]
We’ve had an extra-colorful year thanks to Disney with Rose Gold, Millennial Pink, and Iridescent treats. And this weekend only, Disneyland Resort will be serving up Rainbow treats to catch every color!
Every June, Walt Disney World gets even more colorful with rainbow gear and eats that celebrate peace, love, and Mickey Mouse during the unofficial “gay days” in Orlando. And this year is no exception! Here we’ve got some fun drinks, eats, and merchandise to color your days at Disney World!
Let’s be real: the temperatures in central Florida can be downright stultifying. But thankfully, Disney has provided many, many, many options for ice cold refreshment. And if you’re in the World Showcase at Epcot, tons of these awesome options are just a short walk away.
One of our favorites is located in the Japan Pavilion. Die-hards know it well — it’s Kaki Gori, and it’s a winner! Kabuki Cafe itself is super cool, featuring architectural details in keeping with its pavilion. You’ll find clay tile shingles on the roof, and paper lanterns hanging from the eaves.