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!
When it comes to spicy food, most of us understand that there’s REAL spicy and…then there’s Disney spicy.
And of course, Disney’s version of spicy food is usually tamed down to appeal more to the masses. But there are still some places at Disney World where you can get the real deal — the kind of food that will have steam coming out of your ears and make you break out into a sweat.
We get it, picking a restaurant to visit in Disney World is SO HARD. There are so many choices!! And as a first-timer, it can be suuuuper overwhelming.
Don’t worry, DFB to the rescue! We put out a poll on Facebook asking which Disney World restaurant first-timers should ALWAYS try on their first visit. You, our readers, all had SO many good recommendations (we love the passion in our fellow Disney-lovers!). We went through each response and narrowed down the spots with the most shout-outs, and put them all in one easy list!
It’s no secret that we LOVE food at Disney World’s theme parks.
And we will never turn down a Dole Whip, Corn Dog Nuggets, or anything served with PLASTIC CHEESE (yes, it’s our weakness and we are not ashamed). But did you know some of the BEST meals and snacks are actually found OUTSIDE of the parks?
NOTE: As of this writing, several of the dining locations listed are currently unavailable and have yet to reopen. You can check out our list of the restaurants and other dining locations currently opened and closed in Disney World here. As always, we encourage you to follow along with our newsletter as well as the blog for all the latest Disney World dining news!
When it comes to dining at Disney World, there are countless options to choose from. But if we were to ask you to name your FAVORITE hotel in terms of restaurants, we think most of our readers would be quick to name their top pick.
We recently polled our readers and followers on Instagram to find out which Disney World Resort hotel YOU thought had the best dining. Here are your top picks!
There’s a delicate balance between food and condiments when you’re tasting your way around Disney World.
For some, the correct ratio is just a splash of ketchup on your burger. For others, it’s no sauce at all. And, then for others, the condiments are really the main meal and everything else is just a vessel to get it all in your mouth. (Those are our kind of people!) So, today, we’re connecting with our fellow condiment lovers and ranking Disney World restaurants by perhaps the most important indicator — CONDIMENTS!
Looking at the amount of Disney World restaurants can make you feel a bit overwhelmed about where to eat!
Every year, we take a look at the best dining options for those of you on the Disney Dining Plan. However, there is currently no dining plan in place at Disney World. So this year, we’re giving you a look at the best value table service restaurants to pay for out-of-pocket!
There are plenty of restaurants throughout Disney World where we all know more or less what to expect when we eat there.
But whether it’s the menu, the location, or the overall atmosphere, there are other dining locations that get a bad rep or just aren’t as popular for various reasons. Let’s look at some of the biggest culprits.
There are HUNDREDS of great places to eat at Walt Disney World, and while many of those lie behind the gates of Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom, there are tons of spots you can dine at for a magical meal without having to step foot into a theme park. Disney Springs alone has over 60 dining options!
It can be a LOT to try and navigate the best spots to dine at when visiting Disney World in general. And now, with Park Passes and shorter hours meaning you may not be in a theme park every day for every meal, knowing where to dine at Disney Springs or at one of Disney’s currently open resort hotels can be overwhelming.
It looks like guests will soon be able to set foot inside The Mara once again over in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge!
The primary Counter Service location for Animal Kingdom Lodge, located in Jambo House, has been closed while Kidani Village is currently the portion of the Resort that is hosting guests. But it appears that the beautiful Lodge is preparing to welcome more guests over Christmas and New Year’s. And more guests, of course, means MORE FOOD options! Here’s what we’re finding… [Read more…]