When Disney World reopened, the number of dining options available were limited. Slowly, but surely, more options are becoming available.
There have been many changes announced ahead of Disney World’s reopening next month. One of those changes was guests having their dining reservations cancelled through the rest of 2020.
Over these past few months Disney has been sharing recipes from their different restaurants. Today they shared another recipe for Father’s Day.
During my last visit to Disney World I made sure to make time to stop in the Epcot’s newest restaurant, the Regal Eagle Smokehouse. As it’s name suggests, the theme of the restaurant is BBQ and Sam Eagle (from the Muppets) also is featured at the restaurant.
Before the parks open on July 11 and July 15 some of the resorts will be opening on June 22. With the opening of select resorts also comes the opening of select dining locations.
Disney had recently put a halt on new dining reservations. However, it looks like there is now some availability at restaurants in Disney Springs. Checking the website a few restaurants showed up with times for lunch when I looked this morning.
Disney has shared another recipe for fans of the parks. This time around guests can make their own Totchos at home.
Disney is on a roll releasing recipes for people to try at home. The latest recipe is inspired by the “Grey Stuff” at Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom at Disney World.
Disney has shared another popular recipe from Disney World. This recipe comes from the Polynesian Village Resort.
One of Epcot’s most popular restaurants, Le Cellier, serves up a very popular soup that many people are missing these days. The restaurant’s famous Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup is a popular item many guests order and Disney has released the recipe so we can all make it at home.