Disney Advanced Dining Reservations Now Requiring Credit Card Hold


Making Advanced Dining Reservations at Walt Disney World seems to be an endless process. You do research on the restaurants, check the menus, check your schedule, make a draft, re-draft (countless times!) and then wait with baited breath for your 180 day mark.It's not unusual for your choice restaurants to be unavailable, even as early as your 180 day mark. Disney has discovered this is most likely occurring from guests who make dining reservations and don't show up.There are a handful … [Read more...]

Top 5 WDW Restaurants for Teens

Dining is just as much of a magical experience at Walt Disney World as the rides, shows, and parades!  Disney offers a vast variety of restaurants and dining spots for every taste and age, including teens! If you are planning on visiting Walt Disney World with your teens, check out my Top 5 WDW Restaurants for Teens and see if these selections are right for the teens in your family!5. Kona Cafe-In the lobby of the Polynesian Resort, teens with adventurous tastes are sure to enjoy Kona Cafe! … [Read more...]

Disney Food Confession: Coq au Vin

Where To Find It:  At the France Kiosk during the Epcot International Food & Wine FestivalWhat is it? Coq au Vin sur gratin de macaroni is a terrific dish of red-wine braised chicken, mushrooms, pearl onions, and macaroni gratin with rich flavors and an incredible taste.Why You Want It: Because the size of this dish is actually quite nice, you can get it as a snack option on the Disney Dining Plan, and if you are paying cash, it is worth it at $4.95! Related articlesDisney Food … [Read more...]

Epcot Food & Wine Festival Food Review – Ireland


This picture and review comes to us from Chip and Co fan Nick who was able to dine around the World Showcase and take in the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the 16th Annual Food & Wine Festival.Thanks Nick!Here is his review of the Ireland Booth:The Lobster & Scallop Fisherman's Pie was good, we really liked the Cheese Selection, but the Warm Chocolate Lava Cake is not to be missed. I also had a couple servings of the Bunratty Meade Honey Wine, which if you don't like … [Read more...]

Disney Food Confession: Creme Brulee

Where To Find It:  At the France Kiosk during the Epcot International Food & Wine FestivalWhat is it? Creme Brulee au Chocolate au Lait is a nice desert.  In English the title translates to "Chocolate Milk Creme Brulee topped with Caramelized Sugar"Why You Want It: My niece and wife loved the Creme Brulee, for me, my favorite part of it was the caramelized sugar, the rest really wasn't very sweet in my book.  However, it was smooth and creamy, and at $3.95, worth it for a snack to … [Read more...]