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Places You’ll Love to Eat at Magic Kingdom

waffle Magic Kingdom

Let’s Recap! 1. The Plaza Restaurant – located at the end of Main Street, the Plaza Restaurant can be called a hidden gem since there are many more popular restaurants at the Magic Kingdom.  However, the Plaza is a great place for lunch or dinner.  To begin with, it is a table service restaurant, but you’ll feel like you are ...

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Places You’ll Love to Eat at Magic Kingdom

Crystal Palace

5. Sleepy Hollow Guests will love stopping at this counter service location in Liberty Square for breakfast.  Guests can find a savory, fresh waffle topped with Nutella and a variety of fresh fruit. It is a great way to start any day at Magic Kingdom — guests may even want to stop back later in the day to grab something else ...

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Places You’ll Love to Eat at Magic Kingdom

Liberty Tree Tavern

2. Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn Located in Frontierland near the base of Splash Mountain, Pecos Bill’s invites guests to enjoy a delicious selection of southwestern-themed foods with options ranging from quesadillas, nachos, burgers, as well as rice bowl with endless combinations.  Guests can take a small snack from the menu here to a full-blown meal with the toppings bar ...

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Places You’ll Love to Eat at Magic Kingdom

In between our FastPass+ selections of Splash Mountain, Space Mountain, and Big Thunder Mountain, we find ourselves with quite an appetite.  Crossing across the park, waiting in line, and posing for photos with some of our favorite characters is only part of an exciting day at the Magic Kingdom.  Between all of these activities, we also have to find the ...

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5 Biggest Changes Coming to Walt Disney World in 2018 and 2019

Star Wars Land

Let’s Recap! 1. Disney Skyliner – as Disney tempts more and more people to visit the resort, they must deal with their infrastructure problem so they can quickly and easily shuttle guests are between the parks and the resorts.  Currently, guests can get where they need to go through bus, boat, monorail, Minnie Van, and good old-fashioned walking.  The Disney ...

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5 Biggest Changes Coming to Walt Disney World in 2018 and 2019

Mickey's Runaway Railway

4. Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway Replacing one of the opening day attractions at Hollywood Studios, guests will soon be able to ride this unique addition to the park.  Guests will be taken on an adventure in “two and a half-D” starring our favorite characters.  It is rumored that Disney will also utilize their trackless ride system to give guests ...

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5 Biggest Changes Coming to Walt Disney World in 2018 and 2019

Disney's Riviera Resort

2. New Resorts Disney increasingly wants to plus the guest experience and attract their guests to stay on property.  In addition to ongoing refurbishments to existing resorts, guests will soon be able to experience new resorts on their vacations.  Disney Vacation Club just opened new cabins at Wilderness Lodge on the shores of Bay Lake.  In the months to come, ...

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5 Biggest Changes Coming to Walt Disney World in 2018 and 2019

The theme parks are constantly undergoing changes at Walt Disney World.  New attractions are built.  Dining options are changed.  New characters come to call certain parks home.  So whenever you plan a trip to Walt Disney World, it is worth considering the state of construction and destruction around the resort.  You’ll want to consider whether or not you want to ...

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How a Disney Insider Tackles the Parks

Disney Castle and Backpack

Let’s Recap! 1. Mobile Ordering – with My Disney Experience constantly improving, Disney now offers guests the ability to use mobile ordering at a variety of counter service restaurants throughout the theme parks.  Guests simply open their My Disney Experience apps and select where they want to order from, as well as their selections.  When they arrive at the restaurant, ...

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How a Disney Insider Tackles the Parks

Fastpass Magic Kingdom

5. Rope Drop Most guests visiting Disney World are on vacation and enjoy sleeping in.  During the peak times of the year, some parks open as early as 7 AM to allow guests to enjoy popular attractions.  We highly recommend getting to the parks at rope drop to avoid huge lines for some of their favorite and new attractions. While there ...

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