Disney is a foodie’s delight. From creative snacks to hard-to-get dining reservations! Here are the 3 Hidden Gems at Walt Disney World that we experienced during our last trip.
We’ve all heard about the hard-to-get dining reservations for different character dining and the infamous mickey bars and dole whip. But there are a few hidden gems that you might have missed!
Beignets at Port Orleans French Quarter
If you’ve ever been to NOLA, you know all about beignets! Both Disneyland and Disney World offer the pillowy deep-fried snacks now. The bucket list treat typically comes in a mickey ear shape, with several fun flavors.
The reason I love it? You can order them allergy-friendly and vegan! I promise, you can’t even tell the difference. Hop over to the Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory in the Port Orleans Resort for your order.
Sake Bar at Japan Pavilion
Next time you’re in Epcot, make sure to head over to the Japan Pavilion to sample some sake. The sake bar is more of a counter in the back of the Mitsukoshi Store. It’s not well-advertised so it’s typically not too busy, making it the perfect little rest stop on your way around the world.
Quaint Lunch with a View
The line at Columbia Harbour House can get extremely long, and now we know why! This low-key restaurant in Disney’s Magic Kingdom may be one of our new favorite quick-service spot. They specialize in seafood but have a great plant-based sandwich, veggie chili, and other east coast favorites.
Our favorite feature is the dining room situated over the walkway from Fantasyland and Liberty Square. The perfect spot to relax, people watch, and enjoy a meal.
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