Now we know more about the snacks coming to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party (our tummies are READY!), as well as everything we’ll get to eat at the holiday pop-up shops with the hotel gingerbread displays. We’ve been keeping an eye on Disney World restaurant menus, too, and we’ve got some changes to tell you about this week.
What we’re about to tell you will fundamentally alter the way you vacation in Disney World forever. OK, so that’s probably an exaggeration, but seriously, we have some exciting news about a DFB-favorite snack.
If you’ve been with us for a while, you may know that Wine Bar George in Disney Springs is a favorite of ours. They’ve got an incredible drink menu (it is called WINE Bar George, after all!), but we also happen to love the food here. You can eat cheese that your server lights on fire. Need we say more?
It’s been a HUGE week for food in Disney World.
First, we have to talk about ALL THE NEW FALL Starbucks drinks that arrived this week (and we’ll get to that). We also visited Casey’s Corner, one of our fave counter service restaurants, and ate EVERYTHING there. We also ate a hotdog with a boozy shake (#sorrynotsorry). In the meantime, though, Disney World restaurant menus were changing, so let’s see what’s been updated!
So much is always changing at Disney World, it’s hard to keep up with it all.
New snacks arrive. Old favorite snacks disappear (yes, we’re still mourning Wendell’s Bear Claw). Disney World restaurants come and go. Restaurant menus also change regularly, so we try to keep track of them all to keep you updated!
If you haven’t been paying close attention to all the Disney news lately, there’s a LOT to catch up on!
Disney has revealed new details about this year’s EPCOT Food & Wine Festival, including ALL the menus for the food booths. We also got news about a new restaurant opening in Disney World, and a new spring roll flavor popped up in Magic Kingdom. On top of that, there have been quite a few changes to menus at popular Disney World restaurants, so let’s look at those!
Well, it’s another week in Disney World, which means a LOT of change. Now that we’re done eating our share of Easter treats, we’re gearing up for the EPCOT Food & Wine Festival (which doesn’t start for a few months, but WE ARE READY), and more. But we’re also keeping an eye on changes at Disney World restaurants.
Things are ALWAYS changing here; but this week, amongst the small changes, there were four REALLY big updates. Don’t worry — we’ll tell you about all 15 restaurants that had updates. But I’ll point out the biggies as well with this very sophisticated system LOL: BIG DEAL ALERT!
There are some amazing table-service restaurants to try in Disney Springs.
From Chef Art Smith’s Homcomin’ to the Michelin-recognized Morimoto Asia, there are plenty of choices if you’re looking for a nice dinner. But some of the best places to eat in Disney Springs don’t require a reservation or a lengthy sit-down meal. Wine Bar George, which is a great table-service restaurant, has its own counter service window. You can find sandwiches, small plates, and more to-go options at The Basket — and now, there are new items on the menu!
October has come and gone, but WOW!
A LOT happened in the spookiest month of the year, and we’re not even talking about all the Halloween stuff. We saw a Disney World restaurant that has been closed since 2020 FINALLY reopen and we ate a LOT of fall snacks. We also saw A LOT of menu updates at Disney World restaurants, and we’re laying them all out for you right here.
Last week, loads of menu updates and price increases hit Disney World restaurants.
This week, we got some big news about the reopening of Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in EPCOT and got a reopening date for Fantasmic! in Hollywood Studios, as well as the return of the Fantasmic! dining packages. We’ve got menu updates, too, so let’s take a look at those.
Wow! What a month! It’s hard to believe September has already come and gone.
We’ve been celebrating a lot throughout the month, too — we’ve been enjoying Halloween since August (including a night at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party), we’ve been celebrating Hispanic and Latin Heritage Month with a TON of amazing food, and we’re still reeling from all the announcements made at this year’s D23 Expo! But we’ve also been following Disney World restaurant menus and tracking EVERY change!