Do you miss Mickey Waffles when you are not in the parks? Well then this recipe is for you!
We all know that when it comes to planning a Disney World vacation, timing and planning are essential. If you don't plan right, you might not be using your time to your benefit. Here are 3 ways to get into the parks early!
Monsiuer Paul- Dining Review: This a long overdue Monsieur Paul- Dining review post, possibly the best place we had dinner at Walt Disney World last year. Monsieur Paul is signature dining located in the France Pavillion. This restaurant is upstairs or on top of Chefs de France.
Oga’s Cantina in Galaxy’s Edge is a lively watering hole on Batuu. My family visited about a month ago and we are going to give you all of our family’s favorites.
Carnation Cafe Disneyland Restaurant: For those of you that know me, you know that I like my food. I mean I really, REALLY, like my food. And one of my favorite things to do in the whole wide world is trying new restaurants. Since we just recently went to Disneyland for the first time back in November, I had so many opportunities to try new things! Everything there was new to me! One of my favorite dining experiences was eating at The Carnation Cafe, right in the middle of Main Street USA in Disneyland Park. The Location: Carnation Cafe Disneyland Restaurant One of my favorite things about the Carnation Cafe…
Free Dining Plan Disney World: As we all know, Disney World can be quiet expensive! So when a deal comes along, I love to jump on it, especially when a great deal like this arrives! Disney World just released FREE DINING! That’s right! Free food! This is honestly my FAVORITE deal! Who doesn’t love free food?! But, like all great things, this deal won’t last forever and is in very limited quantities! So here are the details- A 4-night package that includes a room at a select Disney Resort hotel and minimum 4-Day ticket with a Park Hopper Option. Offer valid for arrivals most nights with check-in Jun. 27 through 28, Jul. 5 through…
Disney World Tusker House: What do you do when one person in your party will eat anything and everything (spoiler – that’s me), and someone else in your party only eats maybe a handful of foods and refuses everything else (another spoiler – that’s my five-year-old son)? Going out to eat must be hard, right? Wrong! Not at Disney World, anyway. So many restaurants there cater to adventurous eaters and picky eaters alike. This blog post will be all about Tusker House over in the Animal Kingdom. I personally believe that it is hands down one of the best buffets on Walt Disney World property. From the food, to the atmosphere, to…
Epcot’s Food and Wine Festival is full of fun and interesting treats. Here are my Top 5 things to eat at food and wine. For more information on tackling a Festival like Food and Wine with food allergies, check out this post.
Pick a festival.. any festival… food booths galore, everyone has a favorite festival. Food and Wine, Festival of the Holidays, Flower and Garden… so many festivals to choose from. When it comes time to visit the festival of the day, you will find this food allergy mom with a printed list of food, a highlighter, and a fine-tooth comb. Read on for some tips on navigating Food and Wine Festival with Food Allergies.
With so many places to eat around Walt Disney World property, how do you choose? I am going to give you a dining review of Teppan Edo one of our family’s favorites.