The NEW Eats You Have to Try at This Favorite Disney Resort

Fall has arrived and with the change of the season comes new menu items at popular locations all around the Walt Disney World Resort. In addition to specialty snack and drink options at seasonal events like Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival, new eats are rolling out throughout each Park and Resort.

One of our favorite Resorts for dining during any time of the year is located just a few minutes from Magic Kingdom Park. And with some of the best quick-service, table-service, and signature dining on property all at this Disney Resort, we can’t wait to show you the newest additions to its foodie lineup.

Disney's Wilderness Lodge

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The latest menu updates have arrived at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge with new items debuting at both the Territory Lounge and Roaring Fork. The new items offer both sweet and savory flavors and are sure to offer something for everyone, so you may just be planning your next Magic Kingdom lunch a short boat ride from the Park.

At Territory Lounge, the new Popcorn Sampler comes with spicy, caramel, sea salt, truffle, and BBQ flavors. This snack is the perfect shareable dish to have on-hand while sipping some of the lounge’s delicious cocktails.

Territory Lounge, Wilderness Lodge

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The Artisanal Cheese and Charcuterie is another new addition to the menu at Territory Lounge, and this reimagined take on the traditional charcuterie board is certainly something to see. The dish comes with cheeses carefully selected by Chef Brian Knox from Oregon and Utah that lean toward the smokey flavor palette served up with pickled vegetables, meats, and bread.

New flatbreads have also appeared on the menu, including a Loaded Baked Potato flatbread (topped with bacon!) and the Salmon Run, which the Disney Parks Blog notes features in-house dill-cured gravlax salmon with truffle cream cheese, fried capers, onions, black sea salt, and dill.

Territory Lounge, Wilderness Lodge

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Lastly, Territory Lounge also features Bacon on the Wire, with “clothes-line style” bacon that’s been bourbon-glazed, and the Bone and Brie, which comes with roasted bone marrow, honey-baked brie baked in a cast iron skillet with marionberry onion jam.

Territory Lounge also has a number of new cocktail selections for Guests ages 21 and over, including:

  • The National 95: A coast-to-coast twist on the classic French 95 cocktail, combines Whistle Pig Rye from the East coast with simple syrup, and sparkling Argyle Brut from the West coast
  • Lewis and Clark-inspired L&C G&T: Fords Gin, St. Germaine, and elderflower tonic, garnished with a cucumber ribbon and fresh flower.
  • The Orchards Bounty: Ketel One Peach & Orange Blossom Botanicals vodka, house-made pinot gris syrup, Dolin Blanc vermouth, and Aperol
  • Orange Spiced Sangria: Chateau Ste Michelle cabernet, Cointreau orange liqueur, apple cider, and house-made orange spice syrup
  • The Northwoods: Bulleit Rye, house-made rosemary syrup, citrus juices, and maple into one delicious cocktail
  • Smores Old Fashioned: Elijah Craig bourbon, toasted marshmallow syrup, and chocolate bitters garnished with perfectly toasted marshmallows
  • Timeless Elias: Macallan 12 yr. scotch, house-made vanilla bean syrup, and Courvoisier VSOP
Territory Lounge

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Moving over to Roaring Fork, new items are set to debut at the Wilderness Lodge’s quick-service dining location very soon on October 11, 2022. New breakfast options include the Meat and Potatoes Quiche with broccoli, potatoes, bacon, ham, and gouda, and the Vegetable Lover’s Quiche with peppers, onions, leeks, green peas, potatoes, broccoli, fresh herb, and cheddar.

To start the day with something sweet, the Roaring Fork will serve up Warm Freshly Baked Cinnamon Roll with fresh blueberries and blueberry cream cheese frosting and the extra-large Warm Grizzly Bear Claw with mixed nuts and raisin filling.

Roaring Fork at Wilderness Lodge

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Lunch and dinner menus feature new items, too, like the Asian-Style Noodle Salad made with tofu, mixed vegetables, crispy rice noodles, and fried wontons. Guests have the option to add chicken or shrimp to the dish, and for another lighter option, the Heirloom Tomato Salad with pickled wild mushrooms, burrata cheese, red pepper pesto, and basil is also a tasty, lighter option.

On the heartier side, the Country-style Baked Meatloaf with green peas, chunky mashed potatoes, and gravy and the Barbecued Brisket and Burnt Ends with potato hash, fiery coleslaw, and cornbread bring some classic BBQ fare to the Resort for Guests with limited time to spend on dining.

Roaring Fork, Wilderness Lodge

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Roaring Fork is also serving up new desserts and sweets, so be sure to save room! The Almond Walnut Bundt Cake is a delicious option served with a coffee glaze and cream cheese icing. And the Blueberry Thyme Crumb Pie is the current take on the restaurant’s seasonal dessert, so you’ll have an excuse to come back and see what’s new on your next trip.

For an especially fun dessert, the Bear Mousse Cake features raspberry mousse, almond cake, and dark chocolate ganache (and it’s adorable!) and the Humphrey Bee Hive Cake made with chocolate cake, passionfruit mousse, sugar bees, and a white chocolate Humphrey on top is cute as well.

Roaring Fork, Wilderness Lodge

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Don’t miss these new options during your next trip to Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. Even if you visit the Resort to dine at the likes of Whispering Canyon Cafe or Artist Pointe, you can always grab a cocktail at Territory Lounge or dessert at Roaring Fork. Enjoy!

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."