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Disney Springs Retail Lineup to Include Sound Lion Store

The first Sound Lion retail store in the state of Florida might be located at Disney Springs.

2014 Festival of the Masters Cancelled Due to Disney Springs Construction

This year's Festival of the Masters has been cancelled due to the ongoing construction at Downtown Disney.

The three-day art festival has been housed in Downtown Disney's West Side, but Disney recently announced that the festival will not be held this year as that area is unavailable due to the expansion construction.

This would have marked the 39th year of the Festival of the Masters. Last year's even featured more than 300 artists showcasing photography, painting, glasswork, sculptures, and more.

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.

Fit2Run Runner’s Superstore Coming to Downtown Disney

Racers and reluctant runners have a new place to find the perfect footwear. Fit2Run, The Runner's Superstore, is opening this fall at Downtown Disney.

Fit2Run offers runners the chance to find a perfect fit when it comes to their footwear, and will also be offering a complimentary video-taped gait analysis and an iStep barometric scanning. These offerings will help guests find the right shoe for their feet.

Parking Options at Downtown Disney as Construction Continues on Disney Springs Expansion

We told you a few months ago about the elimination of parking spaces at Downtown Disney due to the start of the construction for the Disney Springs expansion. As the construction continues we have a few parking suggestions to make your visit easier.

Changes in Downtown Disney Parking Part of Disney Springs Transformation

The transformation of Downtown Disney into Disney Springs has begun and the first casualties of the change happen to be parking spots and Pleasure Island.

New Ads Released by Disney as Construction Begins on Disney Springs

Earlier this spring Disney announced the complete overhaul of Downtown Disney into Disney Springs - recreating the current site into four distinct neighborhoods with more than 150 establishments.

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Delicious Ready To Eat Asian Fare At Morimoto Street Food

Disney Springs is full of fabulous places to eat these days, and if you're family is anything like mine everyone wants to try someplace different. While Morimoto Asia is a must dine table service destination from some, but if you're rather just get a fast taste of this Iron Chef's flavors, make a swing by Morimoto Street Food.

Coca-Cola Store Orlando at Disney Springs

Disney Springs has grown to be quite a destination in the past year, with world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment. On my last trip I spent quite a bit of time wandering the new sections, and one of my favorite places was the first place we went was the Coca-Cola Store. Coca-Cola has been a Disney partner since 1942, and this new store is a showpiece for the company.

The Top 10 Adult Beverages at Walt Disney World Resort

When you're at the Walt Disney World Resort there comes a time, maybe the same time every day, when you declare "I need a grown-up drink." While it IS important to drink water throughout the day to stave off dehydration, after a day at the parks dealing with queues and FastPasses, it is most definitely 5 o'clock somewhere.

Grab & Go Delightful Doughnuts from Homecoming Florida Kitchen and Shine Bar

Don't have time to sit down for full service, but still want to taste some of Celebrity Chef Art Smith's down home cooking? Then slide on up to the outdoor Shine Bar at Homecoming Florida Kitchen, grab a drink and indulge in a little something to grab-and-go.

Frontera Cocina Starts With A Smashing Beverage Program

If there's one bar at Walt Disney World that always gets rave reviews it has got to be La Cava del Tequila nestled deep inside Epcot's Mexico Pavilion. Well, I'm happy to say that now, guests who aren't having a Park day can enjoy some brand new cocktails from the La Cava professionals at Rick Bayless' Frontera Cocina at Disney Springs.

Exciting New Grab-and-Go Foods To Taste at Disney Springs

Disney Springs is celebrating its grand opening all summer long, so I thought that now would be a great time to share some of my favorite food items to eat while shopping ad playing in the Florida sun. Along with the wide range of stores, bars, and full service restaurants, Disney Springs and sprouted some truly flavorful take out windows that will make you want to return again and again. Here are just a few of the most intriguing new tastes for you to try.

Favorite Caramel Treats at Walt Disney World Resort

I have something to admit: I think I might love caramel more than I love chocolate. There's something about that ooey gooey sweet goodness that comes from a caramel treat and I just can't get enough. Of course, if that caramel treat is coated in chocolate it's even better.

Top Five Chocolate Treats at Walt Disney World

Finding something amazing to eat at Walt Disney World is pretty easy. From the theme parks to the hotels to the ever-expanding list of eateries at Disney Springs, you'd be hard pressed to go hungry at Disney World. And while a full meal is always a good plan sometimes you just want a snack, and in our case that often involves something chocolate.