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News For A New Year From Walt Disney World

Let's check in and see what's going on at Walt Disney World! Have you heard the news? The 2019 Disney Parks Moms Panel has been announced with a diverse group of 40 members, including 12 new panelists to make up the team that helps Disney travelers plan their dream vacations. Each Moms Panel Member offers a unique point of view and years of Disney travel experience to help you make the most of your trips.

Disney Food Blog Releases ‘DFB Guide to Walt Disney World 2017 2nd Edition’ E-book

If you're making plans to vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort this year there's one must-have planning tool: the DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2017 e-book. This full-color e-book is full of more than 600 page of all the information you need to know about Disney World dining.

Disney Food Blog Celebrating Grand Launch of the ‘DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2016’ E-book

The Disney Food Blog is celebrating the grand launch of the all-new, fully-updated DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2016 e-book. The e-book is available for purchase and immediate download so you don't miss a minute when planning your dining adventures for your next Disney World vacation.

STK Opening This Year at The Landing in Disney Springs

Another new restaurant has been announced for The Landing area at Disney Springs. STK by The ONE Hospitality, Inc., is scheduled to open later this year and will be one of the largest STK locations in the world at more than 14,000 square feet.

Trattoria al Forno Replacing Kouzzina by Cat Cora at Disney’s BoardWalk

A new Italian restaurant is replacing Kouzzina by Cat Cora at Disney's BoardWalk.

Trattoria al Forno is scheduled to open in December and its menu will feature regional Italian dishes in addition to classic favorites such as shrimp with garlic, capers, and anchovies served with polenta, baked lasagna, eggplant rollatini, and chicken breast alla Parmagiana.

Several ‘Major’ Restaurants May be Headed to Disney Springs

As construction continues on Disney Springs, there are more restaurant names being added to the mix that already includes a new dining location from the Patina Restaurant Group.

One of the restaurants said to be a good possibility is Morimoto, the Japanese and sushi restaurant owned by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and the Starr restaurant group. The restaurant currently has locations in New York City and Philadelphia.

Braille Menus to Be Available for Guests at Select Restaurants in Disney World and Disneyland

Beginning March 1, both Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort will be offering Braille menus for guests with visual disabilities.

Our friends at the Disney Food Blog broke this news in late February.

A Few Magical Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Walt Disney World Resort

If you haven't made your New Year's Eve plans yet and you're going to be at the Walt Disney World Resort there are a few rather magical ways to ring in 2014.

As of mid-December, Monsieur Paul still had a few reservations available for noon, 12:30, 2:30, and 3 p.m. on New Year's Eve. The restaurant is serving a three-course menu for $75 (plus tax and gratuity).

Food News In and Around Walt Disney World

Food at Disney World is an attraction in and of itself for many guests; here are some food news tidbits from around WDW.

First up are snacks. It looks like fans of the sweet cream cheese-filled pretzel can now get their fix at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The pretzels can be found on the Streets of America at the Pretzel Garden. Next, guests can use a Disney Dining Plan snack credit (or pay $3.19) to grab a Citrus Swirl. This sweet twist of vanilla soft-serve ice cream and frozen orange juice can be found in the Magic Kigndom's Sunshine Tree Terrace.

Sneak Peak of Art of Animation Resort's Food Court Offerings

We're still a few months away from the opening of Disney's Art of Animation Resort, but details of the resort's food court, Landscape of Flavors, have surfaced.

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Dine Inside Mexico's Pyramid at San Angel Inn Restaurante

Inside the pyramid in Epcot's Mexico Pavilion you'll find a bustling courtyard held in perpetual twilight. The lantern lit square holds a bubbling fountain and artisan vendor carts selling trinkets from across Mexico. Tucked in the back of this courtyard, beneath a Mayan pyramid at the edge of the River of Time guests will find the San Angel Inn Restaurante.

Raglan Road Takes Orlando Magazine's 2014 Best Restaurant Award

The results are out for Orlando Magazine's 2014 Dining Awards and some of our favorite Disney restaurants put in a strong showing amongst the honored. The publications readers were surveyed in 61 different dining categories with the top three in each group being published as winners.

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at Germany’s Karamell-Küche

There are plenty of iconic and fan-favorite snacks at the Walt Disney World resort, including Dole Whip, schoolbread, and Mickey ice cream bars.

But over the last few years another snacks has been added to the "must eat" list of Disney foodie fans. We're talking about the homemade caramel corn from Karamell-Kuche in Epcot's Germany pavilion.

The DFB Podcast: One Sweet Collaboration

Walt Disney World for Grown-ups very own Bradley Johnson collaborates with the phenomenal AJ Wolfe of the Disney Food Blog to bring fans a fun podcast.

What's a podcast you ask? That's simple, a podcast is a program of music or talk that's made available in digital format for automatic download over the Internet. It's kinda like an episodic radio show, that's available anytime online.

Step into Mom’s Kitchen at the 50’s Prime Time Café in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

There's no shortage of great places to eat when you're visiting Disney's Hollywood Studios, but one of our favorites is the 50's Prime Time Cafe.

This table service location is a true blast-from-the-past. The restaurant is themed to look just like Mom's kitchen. Or what mom's kitchen would have looked like back in the 1950s. From the moment you step in the restaurant and find yourself waiting in "Dad's Living Room" or when you're seated in one of the many "kitchens" you are surrounded by kitchy awesomeness.

The Disney Food Blog Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2014

A brand new year means brand new adventures at Walt Disney World, and when "Food is a Theme Park" you need a tour guide as talented and knowledgeable as AJ Wolfe of the The Disney Food Blog. Once again her brilliant eBook "The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining 2014" takes its place as the definitive source for all of your Walt Disney World Dining needs.

Delicious Breakfasts at the Polynesian's Kona Café

Walt Disney World is home to many "legendary" treats for foodies and one such fan favorite breakfast delight is the Tonga Toast from the Kona Cafe at Disney's Polynesian Resort. Situated on the second floor of the Polynesian's Great Ceremonial House and just a few steps from the monorail station it's only a short ride away from the Magic Kingdom. This popular restaurant is a fabulous stop for guests staying at the resort or those just coming by for the food.

Sensational Holiday Sips At Prost! In Epcot's Germany

Our friends over at the Disney Food Blog made a fantastic post earlier this week about all the fun things going on at Epcot this Holiday Season. Holidays Around the World is in full swing and this year Disney has added some special treats, that will make foodies extra Merry! So grab one of the special a holiday passports (new this year) and head off around the world on a cultural winter festival of discovery.

Fun and Festive Holiday Cupcakes At Walt Disney World

I love cupcakes! And the Walt Disney World Resort has some of the most magnificent ones that I have ever tasted; like the Butterfinger Cupcake and the King Cupcake. You can even find specialty cupcakes at restaurants and bakeries all over property, and during the winter season some of them even take on a magical holiday flair.

Snacking Around The World At Epcot Isn’t Just For Food & Wine Festival

Eating your way around World Showcase is a popular way to spend the day during the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, but if you've missed this year's event - never fear - you can snack your way through the park all year long. The counter service restaurant located throughout the eleven international pavilions are more than enough to treat a hungry traveler to an exotic buffet that takes all day long to experience.