May is National Hamburger Month! Let’s take a look as some of the places around the World to get a burger. Some may be the standard “Disney burger” with a little dolling up, but some will really surprise you! Take a look at this list and try to decide where you would want to visit to celebrate!
For burgers with a twist:
Bongos Cuban Café’s Frita Cubana Burger
at Downtown Disney
A double patty and cheese Cuban burger made of pork, beef and chorizo served with onions, fresh shoestring potatoes served on a warm bun with plantain chips.
Cookes of Dublin’s Battered Burger
at Downtown Disney
Hand battered beef burger topped with garlic mayonnaise, tomato chutney and mixed greens.
ESPN Club’s The PB & J Burger
at BoardWalk Inn
Topped with jalapeños and bacon, and covered in creamy peanut butter and grape jelly on a toasted butter bun.
Do you ever want to feel like you’re sort of being healthy while on your Disney vacation? But then again, you still want to walk into a candy shop and order something covered in chocolate? Well, WDW has a treat for you! Look for the huge Chocolate Dipped Strawberries in the candy shops at the parks or at Goofy’s Candy Company or Candy Cauldron at Downtown Disney (and a few other locations around property). Some of these berries nearly fill the palm of my hand!
I know what you’re thinking. This menu item doesn’t seem very special. You can find them pretty much everywhere on property. But as a kid, like countless others, who seemingly pined for the processed junk, they still hold a special place for me. While I don’t recall how they were prepared at WDW when I was say, 10 years old, I have a feeling they’ve changed quite a bit since those days. While I’ve had a few “Buffalo” versions in somewhat recent times, it was time for me to go back to my roots, and revisit the as-close-to-original version in all of its nuggety glory. With fries, of course.
Today is Valentine’s Day, and although we don’t celebrate it, I know many of you do! What would your ideal Disney dining experience be on a day like today? Would you just take your significant other, or perhaps you family to celebrate? Would you visit the parks (including Disneyland), stick to Resorts, enjoy a cruise or take an Adventure by Disney?
Smiling Tiger Salad at Napa Rose
Sure, there are the usual “romantic” suspects people like to visit, such as Victoria & Albert’s at the Grand Floridian and Napa Rose at the Grand Californian. Personally, I’d like to experience Remy on board the Disney Dream or Disney Fantasy again.
Chocolate Croustillant from Remy