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Lunch at Frontera Cocina - Disney Springs

Have lunch with us at Frontera Cocina, in Disney Springs!

Queso Fundido:  Queso Chihuahua melted with roasted poblanos and caramelized onions, warm corn tortillas. (You can add Chorizo for $2, we didn’t though). 219 more words

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New eats in Epcot - Choza de Margarita

The new margarita stand is finally open in the Mexico Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase.  I ordered some food while waiting for my family to ride Mission: SPACE, and then didn’t want to share with them! 128 more words

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Dining at Disney, Part II

Last we broke the Disney fast, I was regaling you with tales and blurry photos of the equally blurry, margarita-enhanced evening we spent drinking and dining our way through Epcot, and before that, two stupendous feasts at our favourite Magic Kingdom restaurant, Be Our Guest.  1,488 more words

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Dining at Disney, Part I

I think the general belief when it comes to Disney cuisine is that it comes in two – heh – flavours: Expensive, or churros (or Premium Mickey Bars, or turkey legs, or Dole Whip, or Mickey pretzels, or popcorn – lots of snacks ’round the parks.)  Sometimes it can be both; this dinky little cup of Dole Whip (an iconic Disney dish, and I do not know why, because it’s nothing more than pineapple-flavoured soft serve) was $7! 1,362 more words

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Scheduling a breakfast reservation before the Magic Kingdom opens - is it worth it?

Scheduling a breakfast reservation before the Magic Kingdom opens can be a great way to get an early start in the park, but it doesn’t work for everyone.  370 more words

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A Very Disney Christmas: Tips, Tricks and Hacks

My husband and I enjoyed a somewhat impromptu trip to Disney World this past Christmas, an act that has generally elicited one of two responses – fear-tinged awe or aghast horror.   2,287 more words

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Dining with Rox: Jolly Holiday Bakery (Disneyland)

The Jolly Holiday Bakery sits at the end of Main Street, along the way to Adventureland.  The bakery has a great selection of sandwiches, and even better dessert options, including the famous Matterhorn Macaroon. 202 more words

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