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
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
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
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