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Orange Bird Set to Return to Sunshine Tree Terrace Today

aloha-isleThe former Aloha Isle is the New Sunshine Tree Terrace

The Orange Bird will be returning to Sunshine Tree Terrace today, according to the Disney Parks Blog. Guests will be able to see the Orange Bird figurine once again, and he is also being added to the marquee. He is also getting a new attraction poster.

little-orange-bird-poster-tshirt© Disney

From today through June 4, guests can order the poster as either an adult ($27.95) or youth ($33.95) tshirt. Also available from Art on Demand are a giclee canvas wrap ($120.00) and print on paper (32.00). Those ordering are asked to allow 3-5 weeks for delivery.


Magic Kingdom Snacks Shift Starting Today

sunshine-tree-terraceThe Sunshine Tree Terrace is now Aloha Isle

Some changes have been made starting today, with official word coming from the Disney Parks Blog. The current locations of Aloha Isle and Sunshine Tree Terrace are swapping names. You will still find the Dole Whip Float, Dole Whip Cup, Dole Whip Twist Cup, and the Fresh-cut Pineapple.

2013-flower-garden-pineapple-promenade-dole-whip-with-siesta-key-spiced-rumMini Dole Whip

aloha-isleAloha Isle is now Sunshine Tree Terrace

Sunshine Tree Terrace will continue serving the Citrus Swirl, Soft-serveVanilla Ice Cream, Piña Colada Slush and additional drinks. They also announced that the Orange Bird will be in its new home in a few weeks.

sunshine-tree-terrace-citrus-swirlCitrus Swirl

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Little Orange Bird Returns to Walt Disney World!

It was a big day for the Little Orange Bird at Sunshine Tree Terrace today – he’s officially back as the face of Sunshine Tree Terrace! Be sure to check out the great merchandise Disney has released in his honor, and be sure to check out the following posts with the news from Disney Parks Blog!

Here you can see what the sign looked like last week before the unveiling:

Disney Parks blog has posted on the return of the Citrus Swirl. You can check out our review here, and we also tried one of their salads.

Here are a few pictures of some new merchandise, including Orange Bird Mickey Ears!

Here is the information from the D23 event held this morning. I can’t wait to buy my merchandise! Are you as excited to see this cute little guy as much as so many other fans are?

Sunshine Tree Terrace: Asian Pineapple Salad

A few weeks ago, we tried the amazing Citrus Swirl from Sunshine Tree Terrace while it was still under refurbishment. Now that it’s fully open, and looking darn good might I add, we stopped by to try one of their new salads! But first, a look at the shiny, new façade and decor. Love it!

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Sunshine Tree Terrace: Citrus Swirl


I promised on Sunday I’d be back with a review of the Citrus Swirl! A special thanks to Michael over at Progress City U.S.A for bringing its return to everyone’s attention at the beginning of the month. Until now, I’d only stopped by Sunshine Tree Terrace at the Magic Kingdom for a quick fountain soda. It’s currently under refurbishment, and the one area from which you can currently order shares a space with a window from Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom.

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Mouse Bites for March 18, 2012

This week on Eating WDW:

Queso con Jalapeno at La Cava del Tequila

We checked out the English Bay Sugar Cookie, which replaced the Shortbread at Yorkshire County Fish Shop in Epcot’s U.K.

Canada’s beer cart menu has had a few changes.

We stopped by Crew’s Cup Lounge for dinner.

Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival has a great display called “Haiti: Garden of Many Colors.” We sampled their Prestige Lager and visited again for their Hibiscus Rhum Lemonade and Coconut Rhum Punch.

Big River Grille tapped their Irish Red Lager.

Choya Umeshu Plum Wine from Japan proved itself delicious.

We payed an overdue visit to La Cava del Tequila for some amazing margaritas, and getting back is a priority!

And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!

Anchors Aweigh Sandwich from Columbia Harbour House

Get your calendar ready for Margarita Mondays through April at La Cava del Tequila, courtesy of Drinking Disney!

Designerland is showing off a slick Orange Bird design for a T-shirt.

Beers and Ears reviews Kirin Ichiban, which Matt deems the coldest beer on property during those hot summers roaming World Showcase. An Epcot trip isn’t complete without one!

As a former vegetarian/vegan, I totally need to hang out with Andrew and Adam of Disney Hipster Blog on their next trip to WDW so I can be reintro’d to vegetarian options! This round is their Top 5 at Magic Kingdom.

The Citrus Swirl has returned, and thanks to Progress City, U.S.A., Matt and I headed to Magic Kingdom to try one. Stay tuned for our review!

Brenda enjoys the Marinated Beef Flatbread at Contempo Cafe, as do we! Check out her review at Disney Food Report!

It’s official that I need to try this Chicken and Field Mushroom Pie from Cookes of Dublin, thanks to Main Street Gazette!

Have you been over to Everything Walt Disney World lately? Although this isn’t food related, Bob informs us of the Agent P World Showcase Adventure that will be replacing Kim Possible. I. Can’t. Wait! He also reviews the Anchors Aweigh sandwich from Columbia Harbour House, which is one of Matt’s favorites in the Magic Kingdom. Christina’s review of Tusker House makes me want to get over there for breakfast even more than before!

Disney Parks Blog rounds out this week with the following posts:

Mouse Bites for March 4, 2012

This past week has brought some fantastic posts along with it! I love seeing a review about a Disney fan favorite on a blog that typically stays away from the tourist areas (thanks, Tasty Chomps!). I’ll wrangle eatingwdw’s posts for the week, but be sure to check out everyone else on the Grand Circle Tour!

This week on Eating WDW:


Beignets were a delicious way to welcome the week.

Lip Smackers brought a lot of us back to a simpler time…

Is anyone going to hit up Big River’s Tapping Party?

The Steak, Egg, and Cheese Quesadilla at Old Port Royale has potential, but needs work.

Goofy’s Candy Co. Character Sweet and Sour Candy is a must miss.

Riverside Mill’s Chipotle-Barbecue Cheeseburger brought smoky heat to a Disney burger.

Better than a postcard, you can always mail a coconut from WDW!

Minute Maid Light Pomegranate Lemonade. If you’ve tried it, what do you think of it?

And now for your Grand Circle Tour around the Disney Blogosphere!

Caramel Corn from Karamell-Küche

Michael at Progress City USA reintroduces the Citrus Swirl from the Sunshine Tree Terrace.

Tasty Chomps checks out one of my faves in Downtown Disney, the Earl of Sandwich. I need to try the Italian; I love capicola and mortadella!

The Japan Hospitality Kiosk, err, Sake Shack, features a review of the Orange Sake Cocktail thanks to our friends at Drinking Disney. And be sure to stop by Pop Gallery at Downtown Disney for some gorgeous art; especially the works by Jasmine Becket-Griffith!

Over at The Dragyn’s Lair, Dana makes Rosa Regale Jell-O!

Bob over at Everything Walt Disney World has been busy! He’s bringing us some reviews from Bongos Cuban Cafe and Grand Floridian Cafe. Matt and I have visited both. Be sure to check out our reviews for Bongos and Grand Floridian Cafe! Christina explores Karamell-Küche at Everything Walt Disney World.

Diane at Disney Food Report sweeps us away to Aulani for a review of ‘AMA ‘AMA.

Are you missing Food & Wine Festival as much as we are? Ryan takes us back with a few wines he picked up during the festival at Main Street Gazette.

Disney Parks Blog covered the Midnight Snack over at Disneyland during One More Disney Day. They also brought up some Hot Dogs around WDW property that have been around for quite some time now. May I especially advise against the Macaroni and Cheese with Truffle Oil dog at the Studios?