While they originally were at Docking Bay 7 in both Disneyland and Disney World, they started to disappear like a Rebel spy into the night. Basicallhy, people were stealing them from the restaurant because they looked cool, and Disney quickly stopped using them as the utensils at Docking Bay. However, since Disneyland started selling the sporks to Batuu visitors, the spork may soon be making a comeback in Hollywood Studios!
HOLD THE PHONE! We’ve made the discovery of all discoveries over on the planet of Batuu in Disneyland!
One of the most charming and unique initial elements of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge wasn’t the rides or the land itself — it was the uniquely themed sporks used in Docking Bay 7. They didn’t last long before Disney removed them BUT, guess what? They’re BACK.
Happy weekend! We’ve been hard at work in the parks scoping out all the latest news for you! First, a few things to remember… .
The 2019 Epcot Food and Wine Festival has officially started and we’re covering it all! See every single Food and Wine Festival MENU and ALL THE FOOD PHOTOS as well — here! And don’t forget to check out our Best of the Fest!
Halloween Time has begun in Disneyland, and we’ve eaten…well…pretty much ALL OF IT! Check out all of our Halloween Time reviews here!
Arendelle Aqua has DROPPED, and you’ll be seeing an explosion of this new color trend in Disney Word and Disneyland — we’re guessing until Frozen 2 comes out. Check out all our treat reviews and details on merchandise this week!
We have a lot to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in…
The sporks are back in town — the sporks are back in town!! Many of you may remember the fun metal sporks that were available for use for a short period of time at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Disneyland.
Sadly, they were removed from the location, likely thanks to people trying to take them home as free souvenirs. BUT TODAY, we spotted these adorable little utensils at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Walt Disney World!
Hidden in between Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room and the Jungle Cruise attractions lies one of the latest eateries to pop up at the Disneyland Resort, The Tropical Hideaway. It’s become a go-to spot to escape the crowds, relax with a refreshing Dole Whip treat and watch the Jungle Cruise boats float on by.
Not long after the Hideaway made its debut, a fun new souvenir came along to follow: the Souvenir Spork! And we just spotted a new version of this reusable utensil with which to eat all of the delicious exotic treats at The Tropical Hideaway! [Read more…]
To dig into all these goodies, there is a special souvenir you can pick up at the Hideaway… so watch out for SPORKS AHEAD! [Read more…]