Category Archives: Food
The dessert menu has been announced for the 2nd Annual Special Diets IllumiNations Dessert Party being held Sunday, October 13, 2013 at the France Pavilion at Epcot® in the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. This event is being hosted by the Gluten Free & Dairy Free at WDW Blog and presented by platinum sponsor Mousekejournals. Other sponsors include Disney Dining, Theme Park Concierges, “Mouse”cation, Orlando Theme Park Shoppers, Walt Disney World Made Easy for Everyone, My Dreams of Disney, Living with the Magic from Mouseketrips, Allergy Free Mouse, and of course, Chip & Co. The event will include a dessert buffet in which all items will be made to be free of the top 8 common allergens (including gluten/wheat, dairy, egg, soy, tree nut, peanut, fish, and shellfish). This year’s dessert party is being held during the Epcot® International Food & Wine Festival and all of the desserts will reflect that theme.
Who’s ready to see Mickey Mouse in Fustanella Attire? You can when you visit: Opa! A Celebration of Greece which kicks off May 25 with all sorts of fun at both Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks. There’s live entertainment, line dancing, wine education and tasting seminars at Disney California Adventure park, Olympic training with Hercules at Disneyland park … but for us, it’s all about the food.
Each day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., activities at the festival center around “it’s a small world” Mall in Disneyland park and Paradise Gardens in Disney California Adventure park.
The merchandise special events team will host a Dooney & Bourke release, along with a signing opportunity with Ian Ray, has been added to the calendar of events for May 2013!
Take a look at the new Dooney & Bourke Mickey Rainbow Letter Collection on four black silhouettes, including a large Pocket Tote ($295), Satchel ($195), Pocket Satchel ($260), and Tablet Sleeve ($90), which will be available as part of the release.
Hiya everybody! It’s Anonymouse here to share the latest Disney news with you! Today, I wanted to tell you about the changes at Be Our Guest restaurant at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
Be Our Guest can be found in the Beast’s castle in New Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom park. Be Our Guest is a quick service location for lunch and then becomes a table service restaurant for dinner (with advance reservations strongly recommended). Be Our Guest has now updated their menus for both lunch and dinner, which includes higher prices than previously available. Hooray! #sarcasm
When it comes to the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks, it’s a food lover’s playground. And while burgers and fries are a theme park staple, there are tons of other types of foods to tempt to your taste buds. For adults who are looking for more than chicken nuggets and French fries, look no further. Disney has got you covered. From Moroccan flavors to Margaritas, there is so much to choose from, you might even forget to check out the theme park attractions!
Here are my top 10 recommendations for the best WDW Park Restaurants for adults. I’ve included casual fare and fine dining favorites. Interested in checking out the resort restaurants? Don’t forget to check out my list of the top 10 best resort restaurants for adults.
10. Yak & Yeti – Located in the Animal Kingdom Theme Park, this is one of the few places in the park to enjoy a non-character table service meal. Serving Asian inspired foods, it offers a nice mix of traditional and fusion style food. Check out the Kobe beef burger and the Shaoxing Steak and Shrimp. If you’re looking for a quieter meal, ask for a seat on the second floor. It’s a great place to recharge in the park. The decor in this restaurant provides a nice backdrop for a meal, as well.