Villains After Hours has returned to Disney’s Magic Kingdom, just as The Fates had prophecized!
And before they release the Titans, we’re heading over to Casey’s Corner to try the new Hades Hot Dog!
Are you ready to blast off with a new Tomorrowland treat?
Good! Because we’re back at The Lunching Pad, a Quick Service spot in the heart of Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland.
You may recall our last visit to the Lunching Pad, when we checked out their full array (at the time) of specialty hot dogs. Though you’ll notice with this visit that the overall menu is different, one staple snack that has remained is the good ol’ Mickey Pretzel. The Lunching Pad is also one of the spots in the Disney World parks where you can grab the harder-to-find Sweet Cream Cheese Pretzel.
But now, The Lunching Pad has its very own specialty pretzel that you can’t find anywhere else: the Ham and Cheese-Stuffed Pretzel, which is what brings us back here today.
Not familiar with The Lunching Pad? Well, then, let’s check it out! [Read more…]
If you haven’t seen Big Hero 6 yet, then you need to get to the movie theater ASAP. My whole family, teenager included, enjoyed it. I’m now totally in love with Baymax.
So, when I saw that there were Big Hero 6 special menu items at Award Wieners in Disney California Adventure, I was all in.
There are two special menu items, the Teriyaki Street Dog and Coconut Milk Tea that are definitely worth a visit to Award Wieners.
Both items are unbelievably delicious. I’m normally not a hot dog person (I’ll take a corn dog over a hot dog on any Disney day), but the flavors in the description intrigued me.
The Teriyaki Dog is a Teriyaki glazed all beef hot dog served on a Garlic Chive Roll. It’s topped with Wasabi Mayonaisse and Ginger, Carrot & Cucumber Slaw. If you’re not into spicy, don’t let the word wasabi scare you away. I’m only a mild spice type of person (so this means I’m just mildy boring, right?) and I could totally handle it. In fact, I really loved it.
The mayo had just a little bit of kick to it and combined with the flavors of the hot dog and slaw, it was perfect.
The Teriyaki Street Dog is $8.50. [Read more…]