EPCOT Archive

Tokyo Dining Review

Tokyo Dining is a table service restaurant in Epcot at Walt Disney World. It’s located, unsurprisingly, in the World Showcase Japan pavilion where it shares space on the second floor of the the Mitsukoshi Department Store with the steakhouse, Teppan Edo. Don’t let the generic name fool you–Tokyo Dining is a gem of a restaurant. The Tokyo Dining menu consists

Universe of Energy Tribute

Universe of Energy goes extinct August 13, 2017 with the closure of Ellen’s Energy Adventure, to be replaced by a Guardians of the Galaxy thrill ride that’ll open by 2021. Even as it’s changed over the years, Universe of Energy has been one of Walt Disney World’s remaining lifelines to the original EPCOT Center. Because

Lights of Winter at Epcot

The Lights of Winter at Walt Disney World were a Christmas light display that ran for Holidays Around the World at Epcot. They were a series of archways that covered the gap between Future World and World Showcase with over 30,000 lights that danced to the area’s music loop. We caught the Lights of Winter

Why Can’t We Let EPCOT Go?

EPCOT Center has been dead for 23 years. Arguably, the original concept started disappearing with the name change, and has been gone 20 years ago, give or take. The current, disjointed incarnation of the park has now existed for longer than EPCOT Center did. Let that sink in for a second. Despite this, so many

Le Cellier Review

Le Cellier is one of the most popular restaurants at Walt Disney World, and it has a legion of fans. In this post, we’ll look at whether Le Cellier is one of Epcot’s best restaurants or if it fails to live up to the hype. We’ll also share food photos from our various meals here

Le Cellier Without Breaking the Bank

I’ve been a vocal critic of Le Cellier, but honestly, I’ve missed it. Back in the good ole days of the Disney Dining Plan, we used to dine at Le Cellier regularly, and were big fans. Unfortunately, that was a decade ago and a lot has changed since then. Menu prices, Dining Plan credit allocations,