Another month has come and gone, which means it’s time once again to recap the best and worst things we ate in the month of April around Disney World!
This list is full of tasty and not-so-memorable snacks, so let’s waste no time and hop right in!
Ever wonder what the most gorgeous Disney World pool bar looks like?
Well, look no further than Bar Riva at Disney’s Riviera Resort! After opening with the resort back in 2019, we’ve been impressed with the atmosphere and exclusive eats. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill Disney pool bar! Now that the menu has been cut down, is this eye-candy pool bar still worth a visit?
Thank GOODNESS we have separate stomachs dedicated to dessert.
Okay, maybe we don’t, but we’re just gonna tell ourselves that we do. We’ve been checking out the latest sweets like treats at Jock Lindsay’s Holiday Bar and Double-stuffed Oreo Cupcakes, and now we’re back at Disney Springs for more tasty treats!
On our endless hunt for new deep-fried treats in Disney World, one surefire way to make us fully OBSESSED is by filling doughnuts with gelato, and there’s one sweet shop in Disney Springs making dessert dreams come true!
Buongiorno from Italy friends! Today we’re heading back to one of our favorite restaurants in all of Epcot for lunch!
We’ve loved Via Napoli ever since it opened, thanks to its wood fire ovens, incredible pizza, and all the cheesy carby goodness that comes with an Italian meal. However, with so many delicious spots in Epcot and the surrounding resorts to choose from (looking at you, newly re-opened Beaches and Cream), we wouldn’t be very good at our jobs if we only ate here (though we wouldn’t be mad about it.).
So needless to say, anytime we can swing by Via Napoli, we do our happy pizza dance! Let’s get to it shall we?
If you’re looking for decent Italian food in Walt Disney World, you don’t have to look too far.
In every park (save Animal Kingdom) there are Italian restaurants — some better than others — and Disney Springs has several from which to choose (think: Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante, Terralina Crafted Italian, Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar). Even the resorts get in on the action with one of our favorites — Il Mulino — located at the Swan Hotel.
And then, of course, there’s the Italy Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase, where food is celebrated in several forms: pizza at Via Napoli, gelato at a cart outside, wine in the Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar, and classic Italian dishes at Tutto Italia.
Tutto Italia opened in 2013 in the space formerly occupied by Alfredo’s. And even though the name had changed, a lot of Alfredo’s remained. The overall styling of the restaurant was retained — murals, crystal chandeliers, and dark wood create an elegant atmosphere — while the menu satisfies with traditional Italian dishes.
It’s been a while since my last official review of Tutto Italia (see that review here!), so on a recent trip I decided it was time to return and see if this oft-forgotten spot is worth a more regular visit.
Tutto Italia’s design aesthetic features some classic, elegant elements. [Read more…]
No matter which day of the week it is when you read this, we’re taking you to Sunday Supper at Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar and Restaurant!
Still somewhat new to the Disney Springs dining scene, Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar opened as one third of a trio of eateries this past January. (The Hideaway’s counterparts are Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante and Pizza Ponte). Even newer, though, is Enzo’s Sunday Supper — a special menu served from 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm every Sunday. We were able to attend a preview of this event on June 10th, but it is open in full starting this coming Sunday, June 17th.
A note before we begin: you don’t need to make a special reservation for Sunday Supper. In fact, from 4:00 to 10:00 pm every Sunday moving forward, this is the only menu that will be available. So, if you’re interested in Sunday Supper, just be sure to make your Advance Dining Reservation in that window of time.
And now, let’s step underground in Disney Springs once again, for Sunday Supper at Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar!
Since our primary purpose is checking out the new dining experience, our tour will be brief. [Read more…]