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Category Archives: Dining
New Fantasyland opened for its “Dress Rehearsal” this weekend and many guests were drawn across the stone bridge to foot of Beast’s Castle. Inside the mountain is the “Be Our Guest” restaurant, which opened its lobby to allow guests a … Continue reading
Although the current incarnation of California Grill is nearing the end of its run and will close for remodeling in January of 2013, there is one dish so delicious that it’s been on the menu since the beginning. Of course, … Continue reading
The 2012 International Food & Wine Festival at EPCOT officially opens tomorrow, however, the food booths are open today as a soft opening. It will run for 46 days until November 16th and is one of the most popular food … Continue reading
I’m going back to some of my favorite places to dine at Walt Disney World and reviewing them as if it was my first time there. Obviously, some of my previous experiences will impact my report, but for the most … Continue reading