Many fans of the Belle and Beast story will mostly likely make Be Our Guest Restaurant a Disney trip must do! Well fans will be happy to know that the breakfast option is now a permanent feature at this popular Magic Kingdom restaurant.
Can you smell the delicious delights coming from the screen?
Well I know I may be pushing the imagination button a bit, but I’m really stoked about this week’s Best Thing I Ever Ate segment, featuring the Pot Roast Mac-n-Cheese and Bacon Cheeseburger Mac-n-Cheese at the Magic Kingdom!
Test Track at Epcot introduces a new quick service kiosk called Taste Track. The new food and beverage location at Epcot is serving up a creative twist on one of America’s favorite sandwiches, the grilled cheese.
According to Disney Parks Blog, Test Track’s Taste Track offers the Gruyere and Applewood smoked bacon with an option to spice it up to the Fontina and tomato basil version. If you’d like to try a sweet rendition on the classic sandwich (which is pretty cool), then you should try the Canadian cheddar and apples grilled cheese sandwich on cinnamon raisin bread.
It’s time to indulge into the world of more foodie adventures! You don’t need a reservation for a great Walt Disney World breakfast with unique flare. New fun-to-try quick service Disney breakfast options are now being offered across the Florida theme parks.
So don’t hold back!
Jump in and enjoy the unique breakfast service offerings available now at the Florida Disney parks.
- Maple Waffle Breakfast Cone – BoardWalk Bakery at Disney’s BoardWalk Imagine fluffy scrambled eggs, crispy bacon, melted cheddar cheese in a hand-formed maple waffle cone dancing together effortlessly for a daring breakfast journey. Mmm… I can taste this already, so make this a BoardWalk breakfast not to be missed.
The much-anticipated Harambe Market has finally opened at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This African-inspired street food marketplace makes it known that food plays the starring role. The Market offers four distinct walk-up windows with 200 + shaded seating.
The Harambe Market theme is built around a Colonial-era train depot design complete with a 1960s water tower. The goal of Disney was to re-create a bustling center of commerce where guests are welcomed from around the world. The little seaside town will allow Disney guests to immerse themselves into an eclectic culture with the ability to venture out to the reserve and observe Africa’s animals.
For the Disney foodies or the Hipsters who just loves great dining will be happy to hear about the savory changes coming to the Boatwright’s Dining Hall menu. This Port Orleans Resort restaurant is a fan favorite through the southern, creole inspired dishes served daily for guests.
Changes that have taken place on the menu will show the removal of the Gulf Delta Chilled Shellfish in addition of the Ol’ Man Island Oysters. Boatwright’s Dining Hall has added the new Colonel’s Peace Pieces which combines a blend of lightly fried oysters, crawfish, shrimp, and okra drizzled with the house-made remoulade.
If you’re a fan of true Alaskan salmon, then you’ll be happy to know that the Copper River Salmon has made its way back to the menus of the Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and Flying Fish Café at Disney’s Boardwalk area. The delicious and prized salmon is only available from mid-May to mid-June of 2015.
Happy Sunday Hipsters! It’s time your Walt Disney World News!
Guests will be glad to know that Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts have begun offering new allergy-friendly menus in about 120 quick-service and table-service locations. The menus provide more options for guests with special dietary needs and requests. The new allergy-friendly menus provide allergen information for each menu item listed.
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows are now open! The newest addition will be located on Seven Seas Lagoon and will feature over-the-water Bora Bora Bungalows and Deluxe Studios with a tropical feel.