If you have a sweet tooth, then you’ve gotta head to Decadent Delights!
While there are lots of savory options to try at this festival, it’s ALL about the sweets at this Food Studio!
Happy belated Birthday, EPCOT! In honor of the special day, we took a stroll around the park to see what was new!
Let’s check out all things new in food, construction, and merch!
The EPCOT Food and Wine Festival is all about the great snacks (melty cheese for days), but it’s also an excuse to try as many beer flights as possible in the park.
Since the Taste of EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival, we’ve really been missing those flights since they haven’t been around at the booths. But, GOOD NEWS! We found the one place you’re actually able to get a beer flight during the festival (cue the Hallelujah chorus).
Alright, guys! Who’s hungry for another totally epic ranking?? We know Chewbacca certainly is! After all, he’s got some skin the game with his Wookiee Cookie!
So far, we’ve ranked the lands at Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom by just their snacks and snacks ALONE! And you probably guessed it — we’re getting ready to hit up the lands of Disney’s Hollywood Studios next!
The 2020 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival is here at last! You have from now until June 1, 2020, to enjoy topiaries of your favorite Disney pals, special events, and the Garden Rocks concert series to celebrate all things SPRING!
But here at DFB, you know we have our sights set on stuff that’s a bit more edible! Lucky for us, the festival brings many exclusive food booths or “Outdoor Kitchens” that serve up special foods and drinks inspired by the sights, smells, and tastes of the season!
The adorable li’l Orange Bird soared into our lives last year at The Citrus Blossom and we haven’t been able to forget about it since!
You know we’ve loved ourselves some Cluck-A-Doodle-Moo sliders and wings ever since this booth debuted in 2018! We were super stoked when we found out this Food and Wine Festival favorite would be returning to Disney California Adventure in 2020!
And while we were a little bummed to find out the Salt and Vinegar Parmesan Chicken Wings and Grilled Beef Tenderloin Slider with Chimichurri Sauce that we LOVED last year have been switched up, we can’t wait to try their new selections!
With all the great food options at Disney World’s BoardWalk, Big River Grille & Brewing Works hasn’t landed on our must-do list for that area.
It has a fantastic location on Crescent Lake within walking distance to four other area resorts, as well as Epcot AND Hollywood Studios. It also has an on-site microbrewery! Yet Big River Grille has remained a ho-hum spot for grabbing mediocre (in our experience) American-style pub grub.
Still, we are here for YOU, dear readers, and we are here to provide you fair reviews of every restaurant option available to you, even if it hasn’t won any gold stars from us over the years.
So we’re back on the BoardWalk at Big River Grille seeing if it’s had a clandestine renaissance.
When we told you about the closure of Tambu Lounge in Walt Disney World’s Polynesian Village Resort way back in May of this year, lots of questions remained about where we could get our drink on in this tropical resort.
And thankfully, the answer was: kind of all over the place! The Polynesian opened two temporary bars on the second floor of the Great Ceremonial House in August, leaving guests with ample options.
Welcome to the “new” Rix Sports Bar & Grill in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort!
So, why is the “new” in quotes, you may ask? Well, that’s because for a long time, this particular space in Coronado Springs operated as Rix Lounge, providing guests and convention attendees at the Resort a place to drink and… well, lounge. The name changed to Rix Sports Bar & Grill a few months ago. However, it’s only recently that the location has transitioned to a full Table Service Restaurant serving both lunch and dinner, as well as serving up a place to catch a game or two.
And it makes sense. You see, Coronado Springs Resort is in the midst of a pretty major transition which — among other changes — will ultimately add 500 rooms to the Resort by way of a brand new tower (which will also feature rooftop dining). And with room for MANY more guests on the way, more dining options will be required, too.
So we’re here to check out the changes while trying out lunch at Rix Sports Bar & Grill!
If you’ve ever visited Rix Lounge, you’ll recognize the unique entrance, which remains the same tall structure, but with a change.
It now says Rix Sports Bar & Grill, of course!