Walt Disney World has released details on the menu that will be served in Satu’li Canteen when Pandora – The World of Avatar opens at Animal Kingdom on May 27, and with the new food comes a new Mobile Order system for getting service through your smartphone. [Read more…]
Food Network watchers can join “Retro Rad” Chef Emily Ellyn at Bok Tower Gardens for her three day culinary residency on March 24 through 26. [Read more…]
After a couple years on hiatus, the popular annual event born at Epcot returned to Anaheim last year, and beginning this Friday, March 10, the 2017 Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival will jump-start spring with with celebrity chefs, winemaker dinners, tasting seminars and hundreds of other culinary experiences from across the Golden State. [Read more…]
Parrotheads will flock to their new California roost when Jimmy Buffett himself performs at the Universal Studios Hollywood Margaritaville grand opening on March 30. [Read more…]
Breakfast is about to get a little more magical at Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s Boardwalk. Starting April 2, guests will be able to meet royal Disney couples Ariel and Prince Eric and Rapunzel with Flynn Rider while enjoying their meals at the “Bon Voyage Breakfast” character dining experience. [Read more…]
If you want to watch Magic Kingdom fireworks from the top of Walt Disney World’s Contemporary Resort without the full California Grill dinner experience, the new $99 ‘Celebration at the Top’ experience starting February 26 might just be the ticket. [Read more…]
Lovers of the famous fruit born in Buena Park better prepare to loosen their buckles, because Knott’s Berry Farm is bringing back their popular Boysenberry Festival for more days than ever, starting April 1 through 23, 2017. [Read more…]
This year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival kicks off on March 1, and with celebrating 24 years, the festival promises new food options and beautiful character topiaries to capture the imagination. [Read more…]
The all-new Geyser Point Bar & Grill opened this week at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge at Walt Disney World, bringing the rustic charm of the resort straight to your table. [Read more…]
Disney Springs diners in search of upscale shellfish can visit Paddlefish, which is now open to Walt Disney World guests as of Saturday, February 4. [Read more…]
Loews Portofino Bay Hotel has announced dates for its 2017 Harbor Nights event series, where you can enjoy food and wine under the stars at Universal Orlando’s most upscale resort. [Read more…]
After an extensive transformation, the flagship Planet Hollywood Observatory restaurant at Disney Springs is now open, featuring menu items from celebrity chef Guy Fieri. [Read more…]
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If you want to experience the ultimate exclusive evening inside Disneyland, the park is now taking reservations for the 21 Royal private dining experience, located in the former Dream Suite. [Read more…]
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has announced their starting lineup of 2017 Food & Wine Festival musical acts, opening on March 4 with Daughtry and up through Lynyrd Skynyrd’s April 23 appearance. [Read more…]
Beginning on Jan. 12, Walt Disney World guests can purchase the new Disney Dine-on-the-Go meal plan and prepay for their lunch and dinner from select quick service restaurants in the Magic Kingdom Park. [Read more…]
Just in time for the holidays, more Magic Kingdom full service restaurants will be following in the groundbreaking footsteps of Be Our Guests and offering alcohol to adult guests at the originally-dry theme park beginning on December 23. [Read more…]
After opening one at Disney Springs in Florida a few years ago, Splitsville Luxury Lanes is now coming to Disneyland’s Downtown Disney in California. [Read more…]
For years, guests have been engaging in informal restaurant crawls around Walt Disney World’s resorts. Starting on December 2, Highway in the Sky Dine Around is making the progressive monorail meal an official event, featuring a five-course dinner spread across the three Magic Kingdom-area hotels. [Read more…]
Two of America’s best known celebrity chefs are joining forces on December 3 for the Sake & Shine progressive dining event at Disney Springs, starring Chef Masuharu Morimoto and Chef Art Smith. [Read more…]
For diners craving an exceptional sushi experience, Morimoto Asia at Disney Springs is now offering an exclusive omakase dining experience.
Omakase (which is Japanese for “to entrust”) means putting your evening in the hands of Morimoto’s expert sushi chefs, who will create a multi-course (typically 5 to 7 courses) dining experience that features the freshest fish from Japan plus a variety of other specialty ingredients that are reserved for this truly unique meal.
Morimoto’s team of expert sushi chefs create, present and serve each course directly to the diner at the intimate 14-seat sushi bar. When in town, Chef Morimoto himself is often found presiding over these dinners, and may even personally prepare your food (for an additional fee).
Cost for the omakase experience (food only) is $150 per person, plus tax and gratuity. A $75 deposit per person is required at the time of booking. The Morimoto Asia team can recommend optional beverage pairings (Japanese beer or sake).
Omakase dining at Morimoto Asia is available from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. nightly.Reservations for omakase dining must be made at least 24 hours in advance by calling (407) 939-6686; indicate any food allergies, diet or other restrictions at the time of booking.
Visit Morimoto Asia’s website for more information, and for a look inside the restaurant watch this recent installment of The Princess and the Vlog, featuring Morimoto Asia’s dim sum brunch: