Month: March 2017

Captain Cook’s Dinner Review

Captain Cook’s is a counter service restaurant at the Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World.  The restaurant serves mostly American food with an island flair.  Captain Cook’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and takes part in the Disney Dining Plan (1 credit).  They are also currently offering […]

Magic Kingdom Attraction Rankings

We’ve finally reached the end of our attraction rankings series.  I’m not sure that I’ve ever actually finished a series on this blog so it’s truly a groundbreaking day.  Another series that I’m pretty excited about is right around the corner but first we have to make our […]

Question of the Week (3/21/17)

Every few weeks our writers get together and answer a Disney related question.  Here is this week’s question and answers! Question of the Week: Trying to take nostalgia out of the picture, are you more drawn to the theme of a traditional castle park (like Disneyland and Magic […]

Epcot Attraction Rankings

We’re winding down our attraction rankings series.  If you have missed any of the previous installments click on the corresponding link (Disneyland, California Adventure, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom).  Today we move on to Epcot but before we get there, let’s brush up on the rules. No Meet & Greets. […]

Flame Tree Barbecue Review

Flame Tree Barbecue is a counter-service restaurant in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  The restaurant resides in Discovery Island and has a vast seating area.  Flame Tree Barbecue is one of the most popular places to eat in Animal Kingdom.  The restaurant serves barbecue food and takes part in the […]

Question of the Week (3/5/17)

Every few weeks our writers get together and answer a Disney-related question.  Here is this week’s question and answers! Question of the Week: If you could put a restaurant into any attraction (like Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean, for example) what attraction would you pick and where in […]