Today, there are many important changes at Disney World.
Whether it’s openings for walks, new entertainment options or favorite deals for fans reopening through parks and resorts, Disney World is certainly not the same as it was a few years ago. But some of the most important changes in the resort have occurred in the area of restaurants. Today we talk about everything you need to know about food on your next trip to Disney.
One of the biggest innovations at EPCOT is Space 220, the restaurant that takes guests 220 miles above the earth’s surface for dinner with panoramic views of “outer space.” This new site officially opened on September 20 and has been very popular, with reservations filling up in minutes and long queues during the first week of operation.
Here you will find an elegant menu with fixed-price meals for both lunch and dinner. Lunch costs $ 55 per adult and dinner is $ 79, excluding taxes and gratuities, so you’ll want to budget for it in advance. If you do not have a reservation or do not want to pay the large price, you can choose to visit the lounge, where you can order small dishes and some unique drinks. Be sure to stop by the restaurant early in the day to put your name on the list.
But most of all, the funniest thing here is the atmosphere! The windows offer an incredible view of the Earth, as well as some astronauts performing their daily activities. You’ll notice fun details around the restaurant that really help sell this galactic setting – it’s a truly unique experience.
The Paris Creperie
Are you looking for something in EPCOT that is a little less excessive and a little more welcoming? Well, look no further than La Crêperie de Paris, the new addition to the French Pavilion. It is part of the new expansion of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.
At the moment, La Crêperie does not offer dining reservations, it is simply what you get before you arrive, so you will want to arrive early. If the table service dining room is full, you can always stop at the outside window and order a variety of delicacies. Note that the menus are slightly different from the two versions of the restaurant.
In this relaxing place to eat in the Brittany region, you will find a menu full of sweet pancakes and savory biscuits, each with its own combination of flavors. If you want some extra food, you can even try the Prix Fixe menu, which offers a pancake and a cookie, plus a soup or salad and a drink for $ 33. It’s a great thing!
Roundup Rodeo Barbecue
One of the restaurants we don’t wait so patiently for is the Roundup Rodeo BBQ, which will be arriving at Disney Studios Hollywood soon. This new place will be located in Toy Story Land and will serve (you guessed it!) BBQ.
It will be the first table service restaurant in the country, but other than that and some concept art, Disney has yet to reveal too many details. Originally, the restaurant was supposed to open in 2020, but it looks like the pandemic suspended this project a bit.
Salt and straw
Salt & Straw Ice Cream has been a staple of the Disney center at Disneyland Resort for a while, but in June they announced they would open a new location at Disney World. The new location will be in Disney Springs, although the exact location has not yet been shared.
Salt & Straw’s Disney Springs store will open in 2022 and bring some of the flavors that fans know and love, such as Honey Lavender and Chocolate Gooey Brownie. You can also find specific Florida flavors, such as The Salty Donut Guava & Cheese and Panther Coffee Chocolate Tres Leches. We can’t wait to check it out!
Recently, Disney announced that The Wave … of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort would be transformed into a new restaurant for its 50th anniversary, and so Steakhouse 71 was born. different menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Here you can dine on everything from steak (no surprise) to burgers and multi-layered chocolate cakes. Prices are arguably the most affordable aspect for a sit-down meal if visited at lunch or breakfast, so we can see that this is becoming a popular choice for families visiting Disney. World. Cheers to 50 years and the new restaurant!
New artificial parties
And finally, there are some new dining options available for those who want to see Disney World fireworks in style. There are three dessert parties with fireworks at Magic Kingdom: the Disney Enchantment Pre-Party, After Party, and Treats & Seats.
All three parties will offer sweet desserts and drinks for adults on Tomorrowland Terrace, but those booking the Disney Enchantment Treats & Seats will be able to sit on the terrace during the show. This party costs $ 119 per adult and $ 69 per child, while the other two options are $ 99 per adult and $ 59 per child.
But this is not all! There is also a special dining experience at California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Here, guests can pay $ 129 per person to experience Celebration at the Top: 50th Flavors & Fireworks. The party includes multiple sushi dishes, small bites, favorite California Grill menu dishes, desserts and more. Guests aged 21 and over can also order drinks at the free bar.
When it’s time for the fireworks, guests will head out to Disney Enchantment’s private beach, with spectacular views of Magic Kingdom and the show. After the show, you will end the evening with an extensive range of petit four desserts, cordials and coffee. Regardless of the fireworks experience you choose, you will have fantastic views and delicious food.
So, as you can see, Disney World now offers many dining options for guests. There are so many things to see, taste and experience, so you’ll want to follow it along with AllEars to know them all.
Click here for information on the new menu at California Grill.
Which of these gastronomic offers would you most like to experience? Let us know in the comments.
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