Walt Disney World and other Disney Parks locations offer a wide variety of different foods and flavors. Depending on when you visit, you may also find different holiday or seasonal items offered, too. Thanks to Disney Parks Blog,we have a look at some of the best bites for April that you will definitely want to check out while you can. Check out these great items below!
At Walt Disney World, Jaleo by José Andrés and Pepe are now open for lunch and dinner starting at 11:30 AM in Disney Springs. The location features delicious dishes and flavors from Spain including items like tapas, paella, sandwiches, gazpacho, etc.
Wine Bar George is also now serving brunch. The brunch is offered on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 AM through 3 PM. The menu includes offerings like Burrata with avocado and bacon, Wine Country Omelet with artichoke, asparagus, and an olive and tomato medley, and Eggs Benedict with house-made chicken sausage, hollandaise, and crispy polenta cake.
You will also find Steak & Eggs Frites is a great option with skirt steak, eggs, and sriracha hollandaise served over warm steak fries. If you like sweeter options, there is the French Toast dish with brioche, mascarpone, and caramel sauce. You won’t want to miss the Frozcato Mimosa made with Dole Whip Pineapple, Moscato, and prosecco!
You can also purchase a Wine Bar George limited edition stemless cup, which keeps drinks cold for up to 9 hours. The cup will be filled with Frozcato which is made with Dole Whip Pineapple, Moscato, and Vodka. It is available each day for $35 while supplies last.
There are also the amazing new breakfast skillets at Whispering Canyon Cafe. There are different options depending on which breakfast items most suit your taste buds.
There has been a new Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Co. location opened at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The location is at the former Welcome Center and offers a variety of the popular drink and pastry items. There are also breakfast sandwiches, acai bowls and more. Only at this location is a drink offered called, “The Game Changer” – a new cold brew specialty beverage with a shot of espresso and light cream.
If you missed out on Mardi Gras fun, it is celebrated year-round at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort French Quarter. Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory at the resort offers the Mardi Gras Cupcake which is a vanilla cupcake filled with chocolate buttercream, topped with vanilla buttercream icing.
We can’t forget about Disneyland Resort when looking at delicious offerings. There are a couple new dishes at Lamplight Lounge. There are the Kobe Beef Sliders with beer and bacon cheese sauce, tomato-habanero chutney, lettuce, and pickled onions served on toasted Amish buns. There are also the Barbacoa Nachos with chile-spiced beef barbacoa and house-made tortilla chips topped with pinto bean purée, spicy tomatillo salsa, onions, cilantro, chipotle cheese sauce, queso fresco, and pickled jalapeños.
How hungry are all of you now? Which of these delicious options would you most like to try?
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