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Picture of the Sanaa sign from over at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

Sanaa Review

Mike and I recently celebrated our 15th wedding anniversary. Thanks to my parents (aka Donald and Daisy), we were able to take a kids-free, long weekend trip to Disney World.

We tried to take advantage of this opportunity and hit up some restaurants that may not be as appealing to Anna and Elsa. I have been dying to try Sanaa for years. Just reading about the bread service with the dipping sauces and spreads was enough to capture my interest, but the chance to order creative entrees with flavors we don’t normally get to try sealed the deal.

Picture of the Le Cellier dining area.

Le Cellier Gluten Free Review

This is the next installment in what will be a long series of my experiences eating gluten free around all of Disney World. Here in our Le Cellier Gluten Free review, I’ll cover the food but other topics related to the restaurant as well. This will include my experience, service, options and anything else I think others trying to eat gluten free may care about.

I love Epcot and all the food options it has to offer. However, all the options make narrowing down a final choice very difficult! Mike and I have been talking about trying Le Cellier for years, so we finally booked an ADR for ourselves and Anna and Elsa.

Ample Hills Creamery is a fun little ice cream shop nestled on the BoardWalk of Disney World’s Crescent Lake.

Ample Hills Creamery Review

Nestled on the BoardWalk of Disney World’s Crescent Lake is a fun little creamery that boasts some unique flavors of ice cream. Here in our Ample Hills Creamery review, we’ll walk through some of the interesting aspects of this dessert shop that make it a little more unique. We’ll cover Carla’s gluten free experience at Ample Hills and of course, we’ll have a few pictures of ice cream.

At Disney's All Star Sports your dining option is limited to the End Zone Food Court.

End Zone Food Court Review

The norm with all of the value resorts at Disney World is to have one dining option. These dining options are food courts, which allows the value resorts to cater to a wide array of taste preferences. Within the confines of Disney’s All Star Sports, the food court option is known as End Zone Food Court.

Normally when you’re talking counter service food court dining, you might think that that the options are going to be cheap and bland. In this case of End Zone Food Court, you’re right and you’re wrong. Very definitive isn’t that? Let me explain.

Picture of the Le Cellier entrance sign.

Le Cellier Review

Dining at Epcot can be a challenge, but in the best possible way. There are so many delicious choices to pick from that we often have a hard time narrowing down where want to eat at on any given trip. Mike and I have a goal of eventually eating at every World Showcase restaurant, however it is hard to abandon some of our favorites like Akershus and Biergarten.

One of several fine dining meal options, California Grill is a fabulous restraunt, made better by it's view of Magic Kingdom.

California Grill Dinner Review

Early in our marriage, I convinced Mike to spend a few nights at Disney World so I could share my love of the World and show him that Disney World can be a grown-up experience too. Along with two rounds of golf and a visit to the spa, I sought out some of the more refined dining experiences that Disney World has to offer. One of the meals we chose was California Grill, and after our first truly exceptional experience, it became almost a tradition to visit it on each trip.

Concept are of Batuu, the setting of Galaxy's Edge.

Best of the Disney World Internet – February 2019

Welcome to the next installment of a monthly series we post. This is a bit of a recap post. We spend a lot of time reading and watching videos about Disney World to stay up on the latest news and trends. And maybe, just because there’s some fun in it for us! We call this series, the “Best of the Disney World Internet” and this is our February 2019 recap.

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