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Category Archives: Food and Drink
The dining scene at Disneyland has seen many changes in recent years. DCA’s re-launch added some amazing options while Disneyland retooled its menus just slightly, and upgraded a few popular locations with more space and more options. Needless to say, … Continue reading
Planning a trip to Disneyland doesn’t have to break the bank, at least when it comes to food. If you know where to go, you can find economy-minded choices for delicious dining and save a little to spend on dessert … Continue reading
If you’re planning a Magical Disney vacation, chances are you’ve been salivating over what dining reservations to make to complete the experience. Food Network host Jeff Mauro and his family recently picked a few of their favorites and journeyed to … Continue reading
The New York Times says the Turkey Leg is Disney’s newest foodie star. I’m a fan of the Pork Shank myself. In fact, just had it for lunch today at Gaston’s in New Fantasyland. While the turkey leg is brined … Continue reading