Book Review – The Disney Food Blog Guide to WDW Dining

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As many of you probably know, the Disney Food Blog is a beloved food blog for Disney fans.  AJ Wolfe, owner and writer of the DF Blog has created her own part of the cyber world that has many drooling and planning trips around foods she blogs about.  AJ knows food at Disney Parks better than most, probably including some of the chefs on property and has finally shared her knowledge in a portable e-book, The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining; Steps to a Stress-Free, Personalized Plan.The … [Read more...]




2011 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Details

This fall the World Showcase will host the 16th annual Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. The food and wine festival is a popular event that celebrates your favorite culinary delights. If you have never experienced the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival here are some highlights that you can look forward to:Tasting of regional food, beer and wines around the World Showcase (there are approximately 25 kiosks offering foods from 6 continents). Participate in seminars and … [Read more...]




Quick-Serve Dinner Favorites at Disneyland Resort

We love a leisurely dinner, but when we want one more drop on The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Disney California Adventure park or on the Matterhorn Bobsleds in Disneyland park, we look for a quick bite. But we still want delicious.Here are our favorites, tell us yours!If we’re dashing between parks, we go slightly out of our way for a slice of pizza from the wood-burning ovens at Napolini at Downtown Disney – easy to eat and stroll back to the parks.Our hands-down favorite … [Read more...]




Best Vegetarian Eats in Walt Disney World Theme Parks

Plenty of Walt Disney World guests are looking for vegetarian eats in the theme parks, so we did a little scouting to find the best. These are our choices – what are yours?In Magic Kingdom Park, quick-service picks include the Greek salad, veggie wrap or veggie burger at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe in Tomorrowland. Across the park in Frontierland, we like the veggie flatbread at Golden Oak Outpost. And the Lighthouse Sandwich at Columbia Harbour House in Liberty Square, a delicious stack of … [Read more...]




Character Dining: How Much Is Too Much?

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I see this a lot:  A family plans a trip to Disney World and they get the dining plan, which allows them to eat at a wide variety of restaurants on site, but when  they make their advanced dining reservations (ADRs), they end up booking a character meal for almost every day of the trip.  As a travel agent and possibly more so parent as a who's taken my children to Disney World many times, I want to shout "don't do it."  Don't get me wrong, I like character meals, but hear me out.  There's a … [Read more...]