Following on the heels of the news that Epcot’s Future World Will Be Replaced by 3 New Neighborhoods, we move to World Showcase for more big changes and additions. To our surprise, it’s not that the Brazil pavilion will be coming to Walt Disney World. Instead comes the announcement of the first-ever Mary Poppins attraction. In this
At the 2019 D23 Expo Parks & Resorts panel, new details were revealed about the transformation of EPCOT, what we can expect as party of the radical overhaul of Future World, and when Walt Disney World guests will be able to enjoy all of this. Let’s get started, because we have a lot of details
When it comes to Walt Disney World, EPCOT is the park receiving all of the attention at the 2019 D23 Expo. The Disney Parks Pavilion, “Imagining Tomorrow, Today” revolves around EPCOT, with gorgeous new attraction posters for past, present, and future Epcot attractions. In this post, we’ll take a look at those 38 posters, plus
The 2019 D23 Expo kicks off today, and there’s already big news for Walt Disney World! Specifically, some of what’s coming to the reimagined Epcot. This includes a new Moana attraction that will be part of the transformation of Future World. In this post, we’ll take a look at the old and new concept art,
The 2019 D23 Expo starts this weekend, and fans are hoping for a ton of Walt Disney World and Disneyland announcements. Of course, rumors have been swirling for months as to what projects are on the horizon, and fan speculation about overhauls and expansion to Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and elsewhere has been rampant.
Epcot is first up for our August 2019 Walt Disney World construction updates. In this photo update, we’ll take a look at progress on the new park entrance, Leave a Legacy and fountain removal, work on the old Universe of Energy building, and preparations for Food & Wine Festival. Between the beginning of Food &
Our Disney restaurant reviews offer food photos, menu recommendations, info & tips, and thoughts on 200+ counter and table service dining spots at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Tokyo, Paris and beyond. These cover best and worst meals, pros & cons, value for money, and more. We’ll help you choose where to eat based upon theme,
This week, Walt Disney World announced a slew of new dining experiences that will debut in 2020, which join a list of other restaurants set to debut in the parks, resorts, or Disney Springs later this year or early next. In this post, we’ll cover the upcoming additions, and offer some thoughts on each. We’ll
The Hops & Barley booth at the 2019 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival is actually the American Adventure booth, but without United States in the name. In this Walt Disney World dining review, we’ll share prices, food photos, my thoughts on the menu, and what is a good/poor use of Disney Dining Plan credits.
Monsieur Paul is the Signature Restaurant in Epcot’s France pavilion, and is one of our top 5 meals of all time at Walt Disney World. Certainly our best dinner ever in World Showcase, and right up there with great experiences at Yachtsman Steakhouse, Jiko, California Grill, and Flying Fish. The only meal it ranks behind
As we continue our July 2019 Walt Disney World construction updates, we leave Hollywood Studios and head over to Epcot. This photo report focuses Food & Wine Festival preparations, World Showcase’s new and upcoming restaurants, and other new topics. We’ll set the scene for this update with our big blunder in starting it out, which