This week on Eating WDW:
The new Boulangerie Patisserie opened in in Epcot’s France, so we had to swing by! We tried their lobster bisque, which could have benefited from some acutal lobster pieces in it, but it was still a pretty good deal.
Sunshine Seasons has many options to grab and go, including a delicious Vegetarian Entree.
While this treat has been available for years, I had my first experience with Kabuki Cafe’s Kakigori.
Lunch at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe was a tad divided, but overall was still a good choice for us.
One of my top Epcot restaurants is La Cantina de San Angel, and I recently revisited their Empanadas de Queso to share with you.
And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!
A HUGE “Congratulations!” to Andy & Miss Bonnie on their engagement! Celebrate with a margarita over at Eating (and Drinking) around the World!
Ryan of Main Street Gazette checks out the new Boulangerie Patisserie in Epcot’s France pavilion.
Adam and Andrew mourn the loss of a favorite dish from Liberty Tree Tavern at Disney Hipster Blog, and review its replacement.
Nora and Nick of Extra Walt Disney World Magic share part of their D23 Magic and Merriment experience at Hollywood Studios, including dinner on the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular stage.
I can’t wait to make it back out to Disneyland to hit up Trader Sam’s myself, but in the meantime, I’ll live vicariously though Mark of Disney by Mark!
Estelle reminisces about trips to ESPN Club – a place we know all too well – at This Happy Place Blog!
Over at Running at Disney, Sarah revisits Kouzzina for breakfast. It’s an excellent choice, if I do say so myself!
Speaking of Kouzzina, check out Melissa‘s review of breakfast at Disney on Wheels, too!
At Walt Disney World for Grown Ups, Kristen tries out Via Napoli’s Aqua Fresca.
Rounding out the tour are these posts from Disney Parks Blog:
- Get a Taste of the Big Easy During New Orleans Bayou Bash! at Disneyland Park
- A Visit to Northwest Mercantile in the Canada Pavilion at Epcot
- Canada’s Le Cellier Steakhouse at Epcot Goes to All-Day Menu