Dining Archive

Inside Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Restaurant

“We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad. You must be…or you wouldn’t have come here.” That sentiment applies to Disney fans in general, but especially Alice in Wonderland fans, who are a particularly ardent group. Despite the passion, there isn’t a lot in the parks. There’s Mad Tea Party plus characters at both Walt

Biggest & Best Value Holiday Feast at Disney World

Looking for the perfect place for Thanksgiving dinner or a Christmas meal near Magic Kingdom? This post details our recent restaurant experience, which we think is the best value holiday feast at Walt Disney World. It’s not a traditional choice, but it’s better than most alternatives, and does not require Advance Dining Reservations. Note that we

4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Review

4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa is a food truck now located on the Disney Springs West Side near Starbucks. In this Walt Disney World dining review, we’ll share food photos and how the latest concept from Orlando’s best barbecue smokehouse stacks up to the competition. (Updated November 18, 2020.) Let’s start with an update and some

Best Outdoor Dining at Disney World

Looking for a Walt Disney World restaurant with outdoor seating, a waterfront view, or al fresco ambiance? In this post, we’ll share the best dining options for eating outside in Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom, with tips for what you can expect from the experience. (Updated November 13, 2020.) There’s something serene

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar Review

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is an Indiana Jones themed lounge in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. This review features food & drink photos, thoughts on the ambiance, and how it stacks up against other themed bars around Walt Disney World. (Updated November 12, 2020.) If you’re wondering who Jock Lindsey is or what he has to

Disney World’s Best Snack Spot

When it comes to Walt Disney World dining, we’ve long been “staunch snacking advocates.” Obviously, attractions are the primary reason most people book trips, but the parks are much more than simply a collection of rides. (Otherwise, you might as well go to Six Flags or Cedar Point.) Among other things, there’s entertainment, themed design,