There was a lot to celebrate in July – from patriotic cupcakes for Independence Day, to fabulous new eateries such as Art Smith’s Homecoming and Frontera Cocina opening at Disney Springs. Here’s a taste of some of our favorite new eats (and dining tips) from Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts for the month of July!
Making dining reservations at a Disneyland Resort table-service restaurant is easier than ever with the Disneyland App! Guests with a Disneyland App account can now view availability, book or cancel dining reservations via a new section – My Plans – on the Dashboard. With this enhancement to the app, guests are no longer required to go to their internet browser to make, view or cancel dining reservations.
If you’re looking for a quick bite to go with your Karl Strauss beer, at Bayside Brews in Disney California Adventure park, you’ll find new personal-sized pizzas. Choose from pepperoni or cheese.
Speaking of pizza, PizzeRizzo will be opening this fall at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. At the new pizzeria, guests will be able to grab a pizza pie and a cold drink. The quick-service location is owned and operated by Rizzo the Rat, and will open this fall in Muppet’s Courtyard.
New menu items will debut at Fairfax Fare in the Sunset Ranch area of Disney’s Hollywood Studios on August 2, including a delicious selection of baked potatoes including the Fairfax One Pound Baked Potato with tri-tip beef, brown gravy and white cheddar, and the Loaded Fairfax Potato with sour cream, cheddar and bacon.
Oh boy! Be sure to try out the new Mickey Cheesecake at Sunshine Seasons next time you’re in the Land Pavilion at Epcot! With a chocolate sandwich cookie crust, this delicious treat is not to be missed.
Several of your favorite Magic Kingdom Park restaurants are serving up delicious new eats. Be sure to check out:
- The Plaza Restaurant, with new bites such as Plaza Loaded Fries, Wedge Salad, Fried Green Tomato Sandwich, Honey Barbecue Beef Brisket Burger, all-you-care-to-enjoy milkshakes, caramel apple pie a la mode, a new brownie sundae and a signature four-layer chocolate cake, filled with dark chocolate ganache.
- Jungle Skipper Canteen’s new dishes like Shiriki Noodle Salad with rice noodles, edamame, mushroom, green mango and cucumber tossed with a sweet chili sauce; Whole Fried Fish served over Jasmine rice, grilled scallions and soy-ginger vinaigrette; and “A Lot at Steak” Salad—grilled steak, romaine lettuce, red peppers, tomatoes, cucumber, parsley, coriander-mint vinaigrette and garlic chips.
- Futuristic new eats have landed at Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant – Try chicken tenders dipped in honey mustard parmesan garlic, buffalo or barbecue sauce; Pulled Pork Banh Mi Sandwich with Asian pulled pork and pickled vegetables and a spicy Sriacha aioli; or the spicy fried chicken breast sandwich topped with pepper jack, lettuce and tomato.
If you’re in the mood for brunch (and why wouldn’t you be?) California Grill’s Brunch at the Top at Disney’s Contemporary Resort now features complimentary mimosas for adults and sparkling “faux-mosas” for children in addition to delicious self-serve selections such as house-made charcuterie and sushi, delicious entrees and fabulous desserts. Brunch is served every Sunday, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
If you’re looking for lunch at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, give Taste of Tiffins a try. Choose two delicious entrees for $28. Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog, where I’ll be telling you all about my lunchtime experience at Tiffins in an upcoming post!
Great job Rachel! I love the “Disney Parks Best Bites” monthly updates!