Dining Archive

Citrus Swirl – Sunshine Tree Terrace

I’ve already praised the return of the Orange Bird to the Magic Kingdom’s Sunshine Tree Terrace, and on our recent Walt Disney World trip, we finally had the chance to try what is quickly joining the Dole Whip as a ‘cult classic’ dessert in the Magic Kingdom. Before even getting to Citrus Swirl, though, I

Tangaroa Terrace Review

Tangaroa Terrace is a tropical-inspired counter service restaurant at Disneyland Resort, located adjacent to Trader Sam’s (awesome) Enchanted Tiki Bar at Disneyland Hotel. It is inspired by Adventureland and the theme of Trader Sam’s carries over to Tangaroa Terrace. Tangaroa Terrace offers Annual Passholder discounts; guests order from touch screen computers and pay a cashier

Dole Whip Fun Facts

If you’re a Disneyland or Walt Disney World regular, you already know that a Dole Whip is a non-dairy, soft serve, frozen work of art. You can order it as a Pineapple Float or as in a cup. Officially, only the cup-version is called a Dole Whip by Disney, but my unofficial poll of fans

Plaza Inn Review

Plaza Inn is located on Main Street, USA in Disneyland, with inside and outdoor seating offering great views of Sleeping Beauty Castle. The lunch and dinner menu, which is what this review covers, is counter service and consists of American cuisine served cafeteria-style. The menu is somewhat small, with fried chicken, pot roast, pasta, and

Bistro De Paris Review

Bonjour! Bistro de Paris is located in Epcot’s World Showcase in the France pavilion and is one of Walt Disney World’s best signature restaurants. In this review, we’ll share food photos, thoughts on the experience, and more. Bistro de Paris participates in the Disney Dining Plan. It also accepts the Tables in Wonderland card for

Hollywood Brown Derby Review

Hollywood Brown Derby is an upscale signature dining restaurant at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World that serves American cuisine. This review features food photos, thoughts on the style, and our take on whether the restaurant is worth the money. Hollywood Brown Derby is themed to the Golden Age of Hollywood, and is an

Club 33 Lunch Review

Club 33 is a private club in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square. The entrance of the Club is adjacent to the Blue Bayou Restaurant at 33 Royal Street and is only recognizable by a circular sign with “33” on it. If you didn’t know the Club was there, you’d probably walk right past it, thinking the