Category Archives: Disney Dining

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

Located at The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, right next to Trail’s End (one of my favorite places to eat at Walt Disney World because Chef TJ is awesome), is a hilarious, high-spirited hootenanny the whole family will enjoy, accompanied by a finger-lickin’ countrified feast called the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue. I have read nothing but good things about this dinner show, so Nathan and I were sure to make reservations on our last trip to Disney! The Tables in Wonderland Card is only applicable for the…

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Cape May Cafe at Disney’s Beach Club

Besides Boma, another favorite place to eat a breakfast buffet is at Cape May Cafe, located in the Beach Club. This location is a character buffet, with Minnie, Donald, and Goofy in their beach clothes! Cape May Cafe We enjoy this buffet because there are some different food items offered. They also have a “secret” stash of allergy-friendly items from Erin McKenna’s Bakery! We start off on the buffet with some fruit, veggies (usually they have broccolini -yum- or asparagus), potatoes, salad, and quinoa. Then the chef…

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Rubba Ducks are Flocking into the Boathouse Restaurant at Disney Springs

Have you had a chance to visit the BOATHO– USE Restaurant at Disney Springs yet? I have yet to eat there, but I did find out about a special new item that is sold in the gift shop! Here come the DUCKS! Donald Duck might not be there, but there are some other ducks swimming around! In a move that would make Disney’s famous duck proud, Rubba Ducks®, the premiere rubber duck toys with personality, has aligned with the BOATHO– USE in Disney Springs in an exclusive…

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Trail’s End at Disney’s Fort Wilderness

Trail’s End at Fort Wilderness One of our favorite places to eat on Disney property is Trail’s End, which is located in Fort Wilderness. To get here, you either have to take the fairy from the Magic Kingdom, or take a bus to Fort Wilderness and hop on the inner-circulatory bus. It’s can take a while to arrive, but it is worth it! Trail’s End is an all-you-care-to-enjoy American buffet (and one of the cheapest ones!), with food such as smoked pork ribs, hand-carved roasted meats, peel-and-eat…

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Splitsville Orlando | DVC Member Night

Splitsville at Disney Springs Nathan and I arrived at Disney World mid-day, checked in to Old Key West, and really did not want to head to the park quite yet. We were hungry so we decided to head over to Disney Springs to see what we could catch for dinner without having a reservation. We walked into Splitsville and were seated immediately. We looked at the menu and I was pleased to see that all the gluten-free dishes were marked accordingly. Nathan decided to order a…

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Tusker House at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

My favorite place to eat at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is called Tusker House. This is a character buffet that offers African-inspired dishes. I have eaten before and love to come back, especially for breakfast and lunch.

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Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk

Jumping off of last week’s Magical Mickey post about Disney’s Boardwalk area, today I will be sharing my experience at the new Italian restaurant: Trattoria al Forno Nathan and I really enjoy eating at Tutto Itali in Epcot , but could not get a reservation for the day we wanted, so we decided to try out Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s BoardWalk. We planned on going to Jelly Rolls (the dueling piano bar) later that night, so it worked out perfectly. We took the bus to…

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