The changes were most evident at breakfast, which was suddenly pastry-less, and missing two of its meaty menu stars! Well, hope you’re hungry, because the restaurant has brought back its sausage and steak!
Starting tomorrow, December 16th, Chef Mickey and friends are coming BACK to Chef Mickey’s!
This fan-favorite character buffet restaurant reopened at Disney’s Contemporary Resort back in July with no buffet and no characters (but a much, much lower price). It also swapped its buffet for a family-style meal.
For the initial phase of Disney World’s reopening, most character meals have been put on hold with only a few exceptions.
But in addition to the character breakfast at Topolino’s Terrace that’s now underway, the SURPRISE character experience at Be Our Guest, and a modified character dining experience at Garden Grill Restaurant when Epcot reopens July 15th, we’ve just confirmed a third character meal will be happening at Disney World!
Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn used to be home to one of Disney World’s most unique character breakfasts!
It was called the Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast and it offered guests a chance to meet a few rare Disney characters while enjoying a special menu of Ariel and Rapunzel-themed eats!
There are a LOT of ways that dining is going to look different when some Disney World resort hotels reopen on June 22nd.
In addition to required face coverings, reduced contact menus, and cashless payments, guests are going to see different menu items AND reduced menus. And one of the FIRST Disney World restaurants to reopen is already showing trimmed-down offerings on the Disney World website.
Greetings from Epcot!
This park is an eating PARADISE! From Outdoor Kitchens at Epcot’s renowned festivals to fine dining at Epcot’s newest signature restaurant, Takumi-Tei, there is something to please any palette. And amidst all of this gourmet delicious-ness is a (somewhat) hidden character dining gem — Garden Grill!
We recently snagged an early reservation and headed in for a tasty breakfast with Chip, Dale, Mickey, and Pluto. Would it still stack up as one of our favorite character meals? Read on to find out!
Hooray for Hollywood! We just LOVE this park!
There is SO much to do — from joining up with Poe and Rey at Rise of the Resistance to climbing aboard Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, there is quite a full day of fun to be had here. And since you’re getting there early to get a Rise of the Resistance Boarding Group, you’ll need to fuel up!
A few Quick Service spots have recently added breakfast to their menu — like ABC Commissary or the Milk Stand in Galaxy’s Edge. But sometimes, we find ourselves craving more than just a bite on the go, and recently decided to dine at Hollywood and Vine!
Hellllllllo from Disney’s BoardWalk!
We love visiting the BoardWalk — it’s a convenient walk from Epcot, home to iconic entertainment at Jellyrolls Dueling Piano Bar, and has some delicious eats! Recently we’ve feasted on some tasty snacks, such as the Caramel Corn Funnel Cake or the Boardwalk Loaded Chips, but today we’re in the mood for something a little more royal.
That’s right — we recently had breakfast with some of our favorite princesses (and their princes) at Trattoria al Forno! In the past, we’ve thought this was a fabulous character meal and experience — but would we still want to swim with Ariel and bake with Rapunzel after this visit? Keep reading!
Aloha kakahiaka (Which is good morning in Hawaiian.)! And we did have a VERY good morning recently at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
We’ve had a longtime LOVE for the Polynesian and its amazing eats. Whether it be a Dole Whip from the Pineapple Lanai (they just taste better here don’t they?) or the Chocolate-Covered Pineapple from Kona Island, there is always something tasty to be found at this iconic resort.
But sometimes, you just want to hit a classic spot…with a little character. That’s right! We headed to one of our favorite restaurants and character breakfasts on property, ‘Ohana. This has long been a beloved character breakfast, but would it still hold up — especially with the addition of the new character Breakfast à la Art at Topolino’s Terrace at the Riviera Resort?? That’s what we wanted to find out!