We’re heading to the BoardWalk cause Trattoria al Forno is changing things up!
Yesterday, the restaurant introduced TWO new menus! Now, obviously, we had to go check out the changes. Luckily, we were able to get in for dinner to try the new eats!
Walt Disney World is known for its magical sweet treats, from Dole Whip to cupcakes to Mickey Premium Bars.
Fortunately, you don’t have to try too hard to find most of those iconic eats! Even location-specific sweets like the caramel corn from Karamell-Küche at EPCOT or that fluffy cinnamon roll from Gaston’s Tavern in the Magic Kingdom just require a little wait in line or a few clicks on Mobile Order.
STK Orlando in Disney Springs puts an innovative twist on the classic American steakhouse.
This spot offers a modern menu, along with a huge patio for prime outdoor seating. We visited STK last year after Disney Springs reopened, and there have been some changes since! We recently noticed that its menu has received a few updates, and we’re here to share them with you!
New Disney World restaurants are a pretty big deal (as are new spots to get some sweet, sweet air conditioning in the Florida heat).
One current Disney project is going to accomplish BOTH! Roundup Rodeo BBQ is bringing table service dining to Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and we’re pretty darn excited. Despite presumably being delayed, we’re still hoping to check out this spot soon and now we’ve got a RARE look at the construction progress!
There have been some exciting developments in the world of Disney dining this week! Chefs de France, which has remained closed since EPCOT reopened in July, started to show some signs of life on its website page, hinting that it may be preparing to welcome guests back! Signs now point to a potential early October opening, although reservations are still unavailable as of this writing and we have yet to hear an official announcement.
As the restaurant prepares to reopen, we CAN announce that we noticed some MAJOR cutbacks to their menu. Once Chefs de France reopens, there will only be a fraction of appetizers, entrees, and desserts to order for lunch and dinner.
Ever since Disney Springs reopened on May 20th, more and more restaurants have been opening back up.
But today, we noticed one previously opened establishment was strangely CLOSED!
There’s been an outpouring of concern from some of our DFB readers over the past month centered around Le Cellier Steakhouse, a favorite signature dining spot located in Epcot’s Canada pavilion.
You see, guests have been experiencing some weirdness with Disney World’s website while trying to make their Le Cellier reservations for the summer! And we’ve been getting tons of emails and direct messages for WEEKS asking WHY!
Usually these glitches work themselves out in time, but this one was going on TOO LONG for us to ignore. So to put your troubled minds at ease, we’ve decided to do a little digging and figure out just what exactly’s going on with Le Cellier!
Disney World has been buzzing with excitement over Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure as it nears its completion (especially when the Gusteau’s sign and attraction marquee were all lit up). And, now that the Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along is open, folks have been flocking in droves to see it. Buuuut there hasn’t been much talk about the other major upgrade coming soon to the France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase.
And, while Epcot’s Space 220 Restaurant (which is also making some progress) and Regal Eagle Smokehouse are never far from people’s minds, La Crêperie de Paris hasn’t received equal billing…UNTIL NOW!
We’ve got some BIG news to share with all our vegetarian and vegan Disney food friends today! We all know how hard it can be to find restaurant options to satisfy everyone in your Disney crew, but throw in some special dietary needs, and you’re talkin’ big time Disney food challenge!
Fortunately for those looking to eat a plant-based diet (or those looking to incorporate more plant-based dining), Disney has been making strides to include more vegetarian and vegan options across the Parks...but now they’ve taken it a HUGE step forward!