Tag: Disney World Dining

Woody’s Lunch Box Review

Woody’s Lunch Box is a counter-service restaurant in the recently opened Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  The limited menu largely features sandwiches and tater tots (or Potato Barrels as they’re known here).  Woody’s Lunch Box is open for breakfast as well as lunch and dinner, which […]

Rose & Crown Dining Room Review

Rose & Crown Dining Room is a table-service restaurant in Epcot’s World Showcase.  There is a bar attached to the restaurant, as well.  Rose & Crown serves British pub fare, fitting the UK Pavilion location.  The restaurant does accept an Annual Pass Discount, Tables in Wonderland, and the […]

Pizza Pointe Review

Pizza Pointe is a counter-service restaurant in Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs that serves pizza, sandwiches, and a variety of pastries and desserts.  The restaurant is attached to Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante in The Landing section of Disney Springs.  We recently dined at Pizza Pointe and this review […]

Homecomin’ Brunch Review

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ is a table-service restaurant in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World.  The restaurant serves comfort and Florida food.  Homecomin’ touts using local farms in their ingredients.  Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ does accept the Disney Dining Plan, Tables in Wonderland and has an Annual Pass […]

Victoria & Albert’s Dining Review

Victoria & Albert’s is a AAA 5-Diamond restaurant at Walt Disney World’s Grand Floridian Resort.  It is without a doubt the fanciest and most expensive restaurant on property.  Consistently ranked as one of the top restaurants in America, Victoria & Albert’s serves a mix of cuisines (if I […]

PizzeRizzo Review

PizzeRizzo is a quick-service restaurant in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  This recent addition is in Muppet Courtyard and serves personal pizzas, as well as a few other options.  PizzeRizzo does take part in the Disney Dining Plan as a quick-service credit.  The restaurant does not accept any other discounts […]

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe Review

Pecos Bill is a counter-service restaurant in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.  The restaurant offers Mexican and American fare, albeit on a fairly small menu.  Pecos Bill does accept an annual pass discount and takes part in the Disney Dining Plan as a counter-service credit.  We recently had lunch […]

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue Dinner Show Review

The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is a dinner show at Fort Wilderness Campground & Resort.  The food offered is traditional southern and BBQ food and is all-you-can-eat.  The Hoop-Dee-Doo doesn’t accept an Annual Pass discount but does accept Tables in Wonderland.  The dinner show is also a part of […]