Earlier this evening, we posted about Disney World allowing guests to rebook select experiences. Well, now we know when they are going to let guests start making dining reservations for when the parks reopen. That would be tomorrow, June 30th. However, just like with booking experiences, there is a huge exception to this. Read on to hear more.
This evening Disney World finally gave us some answers to what will be happening with their fall seasonal event line up. The announcement was made via a post on Disney Parks Blog. Specifically, the Epcot Food and Wine Festival and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. As you can read in the title to this post, Disney World has decided to cancel Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. The Epcot Food and Wine Festival will go on but in a modified format. We’ll talk a little about each of these items below.
Frontierland represents a step back to the old west. It’s a wild place where bank robbers, runaway trains, and every lawless person in the country roams. Here in our Guide to Frontierland at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, we’ll review the good, the bad, and the ugly of this great western themed land. The guide covers the various attractions, food, shops, and more that you can find.
I hope you enjoyed our Barenaked Ladies reference in the title. I think that song has lyrics that, in some way, reference the relationship of Disney World and its guests. Mostly the opening stanza. If you aren’t familiar with it, the song starts like this:
It’s been one week since you looked at me
Cocked your head to the side
and said I’m angry
Five days since you laughed at me saying
Get that together come back and see me
Maybe I’m reading too much into it. I do find it similar, though. I think Disney World fans are feeling a wide array of emotions about the park reopening now. Laughing and angry may be just two of them, but it probably covers the range of emotions.
Well, it has been a few days since we did an update on the reopening of Disney World, so we thought it was time to get caught up. If you’ve missed any of our prior posts, you can check out our posts about the Disney World reopening plan, Disney World canceling FastPasses, Dining Plans, and Dining Reservations, or the temporary suspension of character meals. It’s a lot to digest, we know.
The news surrounding the Disney World reopening seems to be in full force. We’re getting new bits of information every day, so this post will catch up on the latest news. If you’ve missed our prior posts, you can start with Disney World reopening plans announced where we cover the basic operational change that Disney released. You can also read up on More Disney World Reopening Details, where we talk about Disney World canceling all dining reservations, dining plans, FastPasses, and more.
Well, if yesterday’s news about the reopening of Walt Disney World wasn’t enough, Disney quietly dropped more news today. Unfortunately, much of what they let out is not going to sit well with pretty much anyone and create more anxiety and problems. Let’s go through what they announced in this post from Disney Parks Blog.
On Wednesday, Disney World representatives went before the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force and presented their plan for reopening the parks. During the virtual meeting, Walt Disney World Senior Vice President of Operations Jim McPhee provided details on their reopening plan. Additionally, Disney World issued a press release with additional information about the opening of the parks. In this post, we’ll cover everything of note that was released today on the Disney World reopening plans.
If you’re one of those people that storm into a venue and head straight for the headlining attractions, then places like The Plaza Restaurant at Disney World may get overlooked. It’s location, just off of Main Street, U.S.A. next to the Main Street Ice Cream Parlor make it easy to miss. However, it might be a place you need to stop by. Today, we have a dinner review of The Plaza Restaurant at Disney World. We ate there on a recent trip for the first time to see what all the hype is about. In this review, we’ll tell you about our experience dining at this Disney World favorite, including our thoughts on the food, including the milkshakes, as well as our thoughts on the ambiance and feel of the restaurant. We, of course, have photos of it all!
If you need to eat at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, your lone option is going to be World Premiere Food Court. All of the value resorts at Disney World feature a food court dining option, but that is where the commonality ends usually. The quality and consistency of the food offered in each of them is all over the board. Here in our World Premiere Food Court review, we’ll give you our take on this Disney World restaurant, covering the food, decor, and our thoughts on if you should dine here. We’ll even weigh in on how it compares to some of the other value resort food courts we have eaten at.