Category Archives: Top Eats
Disney’s Boardwalk has underwent food updates. Many of the resorts and restaurant in the area have under went menu changes to provide you more yummy offerings.
A new “Extreme” section of the menu at ESPN Club on Disney’s Boardwalk presents dishes fans may not expect to fins in a sports bar, from a secret Ahi tuna burger to an “Over/Under” burger topped with lobster salad to a “Chicago Meets Pittsburgh” extreme roast beef sandwich Forty craft beers also have joined the restaurant’s menu.
The BoardWalk Bakery closed in January for refurbishment and is scheduled to reopen later this spring with an expanded section of baked goods, soups and sandwiches, along with refillable beverage station. In the meantime, check out the nearby pizza window which recently began serving a new vegetarian pizza featuring fresh-roasted garlic in olive oil, oven-roasted mushrooms and spinach.
Hurricane Hanna’s, the casual eatery located just steps away from Disney’s Beach Club Villas on the shore of Stormalong Bay, has become Hanna’s Waterside Bar & Grill. This re-imagined poolside retreat has a new menu and sit-down bar area.
The nearby Martha’s Vineyard lounge has enhanced its menu with a “Taste of Cape May Cafe,” featuring favorites as Cape May Cafe’s Seafood Chowder and Clam Bake Bucket.
Have you spent an evening at the Boardwalk? Where is your favorite place to eat? Let us know in the comment box below.
Are you a Disney foodie?
You know… do you think about where you’re going to eat on your next trip while your countdown is still going for your current trip? Do you have a list of must have snacks, and check them off as you go? Do you plan your park day around where you going to eat later? Are you sure to be up and ready to dial or click at 7am to get into Cinderella’s Castle or Ohana’s? Do you make everyone in your group wait while you snap a picture of their food before they touch it?
If you answered yes to any of those or all of these, then yes my friend you are a Disney foodie! Even if you didn’t, no worries you can be a Disney Foodie in no time, it’s easy and you might be one and not even know it!
Now don’t get me wrong, I love to cook, from simple things that take no time at all, to cooking Martha Stewart style plus searching various websites for recipes and dinner help, BUT when I am on vacation I want someone else cooking for me! So its breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks out!
Tables in Wonderland is offering up some unique dining experience for their members. If you are lucky enough to have Tables in Wonderland membership you will not want to miss these dining events with exceptional menus. The next event to take place will be the March Discovery Dinner at The Wave located at the Contemporary Resort. There are limited number of spaces so make sure you read all the details below.
Registration For This Event Will Open at 10:00am EST on Tuesday, February 26, 2013.You must show your valid Tables in Wonderland ticket to gain entrance into the event.The event is limited to 46 Guests, and is exclusive to Tables in Wonderland members.
For reservations, visit www.disneyurl.com/TheWaveMarch
There are TONS of amazing Disney World Restaurants to choose from, and you could literally spend days researching and planning which ones you are going to make your ADR’s (or Advance Dining Reservations) for.
If you’re looking for a place to eat dinner at the Magic Kingdom, I highly recommend you make an ADR at Liberty Tree Tavern. You’ll find this New England colonial style Inn at Liberty Square, and as an added bonus you can turn this meal into a mini history lesson for you and your family!
Many people like to relax, take it easy, and sleep in on vacation. I am all for relaxation, but when I am vacationing at Walt Disney World, I personally prefer to get up early and make the most of my days at the Parks. My favorite Park by far is the Magic Kingdom, and I think in part because it’s a very accommodating Park for those of us who like to get an early start to our day!
So why should you wake up early for the Magic Kingdom? Well, here are the top 5 reasons:
Rope Drop – Every morning before the Park opens, guests are greeted by the Mayor and citizens of Main Street, and even some characters too – including Mickey himself! It’s a nice little presentation that is entertaining and a magical way to start your day at WDW
Photo ops – This is one of the BEST times to get unobstructed photos of Cinderella’s Castle and other Main Street photos too! Utilizing the Photopass at this early time is easy – no wait and great group photos (without other people’s heads in them!). Other spots like the Walt and Mickey and Roy and Minnie statues are usually pretty vacant at this time, so get your photos in of these iconic statues at this time too. Photos are one of the best trip souvenirs, and any chance to get good ones is worth taking!