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Every runDisney participant knows and reacts to these words on cue! But for a limited time, runners can dash over to Disney Springs to get a decent discount on some serious food to help replenish those calories!
It seems like every week we have another restaurant reopening at Disney World!
Recently we have been able to enjoy the reopening of restaurants such as Boma and Victoria Falls Lounge, as well as the return of breakfast to Cinderella’s Royal Table. But today, we spent some time over in EPCOT for another restaurant reopening! [Read more…]
The list of reopened restaurants continues to grow longer!
Buffets have officially returned when Boma reopened at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, popular quick-service locations like Casey’s Corner have reopened, and fan-favorites like ‘Ohana are back. Now, we have a reopening date for another EPCOT restaurant!
Splitsville Luxury Lanes at Disney Springs has more than just bowling, they also have a wide assortment of food, like their new hand-rolled sushi and their new sushi platters!
With the opening of their new Bamboo Bar and the expansion of their menu, Splitsville is offering all sorts of new food options!
Splitsville Luxury Lanes in Disney Springs isn’t your typical stinky shoe bowling alley with sticky floors and day-old hot dogs…
…it’s a fancy retro bowling alley with leveled-up menu and a total party vibe. (Oh, and it doesn’t stink either!) Ok, so it doesn’t offer exotic flavors like its neighbor Jaleo. It doesn’t have romantic sweeping views of Disney Springs like Paddlefish either. Instead, it offers a HUGE menu with BIG portions that match the incredibly fun atmosphere. Also, they have sushi. Normally, we wouldn’t dare to try sushi from a bowling alley. Splitsville is very different though! With so much great food in Disney Springs, we often overlook this retro-but-make-it-new bowling joint. In fact, we haven’t had a full meal here in a few years. Take a look at how the restaurant and entertainment venue holds up against other Disney Springs restaurants!
We’re taking the arts, entertainment, and FOOD at the Taste of EPCOT International Festival of the Arts!
We’ve been making our way through World Showcase and got a taste of Remy’s Signature ratatouille and a SPICY stuffed pepper in Mexico. Our next stop is the Goshiki Food Studio located in the Japan Pavilion. Save room for sushi because this is where you can stuff yourself with rice and soy sauce!
As the days go by and restaurants throughout Disney World continue to reopen, we’re still hoping for a return from one of our favorite dining spots in EPCOT!
Tokyo Dining has remained closed in World Showcase (aside from a limited few days in November), but with continued menu tweaks, we’re anxious that this MIGHT be a sign that a reopening is around the corner!
For those of us who have been anxiously awaiting the reopening of Tokyo Dining in Disney World, we have some exciting menu news to share! Unless of course you were particularly attached to ramen, in which case…brace yourself.
The Japanese restaurant in Epcot’s World Showcase has remained closed, but with a BUNCH of new menu tweaks, we’re crossing our fingers — and our chopsticks! — that a reopening is imminent!
Maybe it’s not such a big secret that we love Disney snacks — lots and LOTS of Disney snacks.
We’ve already put ourselves through the torturous decisions of ranking the Magic Kingdom lands by snacks AND ranking the lands in Animal Kingdom by their snacks. Whew. Well, we’re suckers for a little decisive turmoil so WE’RE BACK to ranking lands by snacks. This time, we’re examining Epcot’s World Showcase — arguably one of the snackiest spots in all of Disney World! WHICH PAVILION’S SNACKS WILL REIGN SUPREME?