Thanksgiving is a holiday centered around family and food, what better place to celebrate than the Walt Disney World Resort? Every year families around the country take advantage of Thanksgiving break and travel to the Disney parks, adding a little extra magic to the November holiday, and this year restaurants all around the Walt Disney World Resort will be featuring special one-day-only Thanksgiving dishes, in celebration, as well as some special eats for the holiday season. Let’s take a look at the best bites around Disney World during the month of November:
Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn & Cafe – On Thanksgiving day Pecos Bill’s will be serving up a Thanksgiving dish including turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce and gravy.
Pinocchio’s Village Haus – In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday, Pinocchio’s Village Haus’ monthly flatbread will a Thanksgiving flatbread, with cheese, turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce all drizzled in gravy.
Casey’s Corner – Although not Thanksgiving themed, Casey’s November hot dog of the month, a barbecue-slaw dog, is a note-worthy bite if you’re visiting the park this month!
Cool Ship – Also note-worthy – Cool Ship in Tomorrowland has added three new items to their menu, a spicy tuna roll, a California roll, and an edamame salad. All three options qualify as snack credits on the dining plan.
Sunshine Seasons – On Thanksgiving day Sunshine Seasons will be serving a Thanksgiving plate featuring turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans and cranberry sauce, for lunch and dinner.
Satu’li Canteen – Guests visiting Pandora – The World of Avatar will find that our Na’vi friends are doing their best to satisfy guests traveling during Thanksgiving by serving wood-grilled roasted turkey breast with gravy along with an array of traditional Thanksgiving sides. Sides include: apple and sage stuffing, green beans, orange marmalade glazed sweet potatoes with candied pecan, as well as mashed potatoes and cranberry boba pearls. Don’t forget to wrap up your meal with the Na’vi version of pumpkin cheesecake mousse.
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ – On Thanksgiving day, Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ will be featuring a roast turkey special. If you aren’t visiting Disney Springs during Thanksgiving, no need to worry, the restaurant will be featuring a few new permanent additions to the menu for you to enjoy during your next visit:
- Turkey Meatloaf – served with vidalia ketchup with roasted heirloom potatoes, baby carrots and brussel sprouts glazed with pepper jelly.
- Grilled Corn Succotash,
- Chef Art Smith’s twist on Cedar Key Island’s Heart of Palm Salad.
The restaurant will also be serving a seasonal dessert through December – Pumpkin Bread Pudding served with vanilla ice cream and whipped cream.
All these delicious eats make me wish I was going to be in the parks for Thanksgiving, especially the Satu’li Canteen dish! Will you be enjoying any of these tasty dishes this month?
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