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…]
By Seth Kubersky
Like a rabbit emerging from a hat, Walt Disney World materialized its newest watering hole this weekend as AbracadaBar at Disney’s Boardwalk unexpectedly opened its doors to the public on Saturday, July 23. [Read more…]
Next time you are taking the long stroll from Epcot’s International Gateway to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you’ll have a sweet new pit-stop to cool off at, because as of May 15, 2016, the new Ample Hills Creamery ice cream parlor is open at Walt Disney World’s BoardWalk. [Read more…]
Trattoria al Forno, a new Italian restaurant is coming to Disney’s BoardWalk by the end of the year. [Read more…]
By John Kurowski
Say hello to 2014 and goodbye to two Walt Disney World entertainment offerings. Plus we’ll stop by the All Star Sports Resort for a quick bite, then look at a tribute to Disney Theatrical’s offerings from past to present at Walt Disney World. Don’t miss an exclusive look at two of the upcoming floats in the Festival of Fantasy parade. [Read more…]
Five new midway-style games are now open inside the Jurassic Park area of Universal’s Islands of Adventure, located between Pizza Predattoria and the Jurassic Park River Adventure. [Read more…]
By Kevin Yee
We take a whirlwind tour around Magic Kingdom and Epcot this week, glancing at all the stuff that’s new: bakeries in two places, the Epcot Character Spot, the ice cream shop in France, the moved Curl store in Downtown Disney, the Lava Lounge and spitting volcano at Rainforest Cafe, and even a few updates in SeaWorld. [Read more…]
Yesterday was the opening of Cat Cora’s Kouzzina restaurant (Kouzzina is Greek for “kitchen” and pronounced “koo-zee-nah”). It’s in the spot where Spoodles used to be on Disney’s BoardWalk. Cat Cora, the first and only female Iron Chef on Food Network show “Iron Chef America,” is a Mississippi native born to a family of Greek restauranteurs. The restaurant has a Mediterranean flair. The food is a little different then your traditional greek. The flavors are more of a U.S. southern-french-greek fusion.
All the same staff from Spoodles are still there, but the decor is different. It has a more greek feel, with dark woods and new colors on the walls. The artwork is not up yet, but will be before the grand opening sometime next month. Chef Cat Cora is finalizing all the last minute details.
The entryway features family photos, wine and some of Cat Cora’s cookbooks (and a hidden Mickey).
All of the tables and chairs were refinished. You can see the family dining table in the background that stayed the original color.
The restaurant is open daily for breakfast and dinner. Dinner prices are on the medium to high side, between $19 to $35 per entree. Visit DisneyWorld.com to see their full menu.
We hope to bring you more about Kouzzina after the grand opening in September.
Blog entry by Jackie Roseboom, Photos by Matt Roseboom