WDW Dining Archive

Chicken Guy Review

Chicken Guy is celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s new counter service restaurant at Walt Disney World, located in the same complex as Planet Hollywood in Disney Springs. As the name would suggest, the fast food concept specializes in chicken, and touts itself as one of the best value options in all of Walt Disney World. In

Breakfast Review: Woody’s Lunch Box in Toy Story Land

Toy Story Land’s counter service restaurant, Woody’s Lunch Box, is one of the best dining options for breakfast in Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World. In this review, we’ll share food photos, our post-Extra Magic Hours meal experience, and thoughts on the breakfast menu. (We previously said that for lunch and dinner, Woody’s Lunch Box is

4 Rivers Cantina Food Truck Review

Walt Disney World has a new restaurant! 4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck is now open at Disney Springs. In this post, we’ll review the latest offering from the local barbecue smokehouse chain popular among Orlando locals, with food photos and thoughts on our meal. Disney Springs has had food trucks for a while, so when we heard about

Tips for Thanksgiving at Disney World

Many of readers who are visiting Walt Disney World for Thanksgiving 2018 have asked about dining options for the holiday, among other things. In this post, we thought we’d answer that frequently asked question, along with tips regarding Thanksgiving week crowds at Walt Disney World, what entertainment and merchandise is available for the holiday, and

Be Our Guest Restaurant Prix Fixe Dinner Review

Be Our Guest Restaurant at Magic Kingdom has switched to a new, 3-course dinner. In this post, we’ll review that prix fixe menu at Walt Disney World’s most popular dining option, sharing photos of food and the Beauty and the Beast-themed interiors. We’ll also cover whether it deserves Signature status, and if it remains a good

Worst of 2018 Epcot Food & Wine Festival

The 2018 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival has some snacks and desserts that you should skip. Dishes that are not worth your money, time, or limited stomach space. In this post, we’ll cover the booths and items you should avoid at Walt Disney World’s flagship culinary event. We’re not trying to be ‘Debbie Downers’