Mouse Bites for April 13, 2014

dawa-bar-sugar-cane-mojito-closeDawa Bar’s Sugar Cane Mojito

We hope you’ve been enjoying your weekend so far, and that you came hungry for some Disney reads! Here at Eating WDW, we spent a bit of time in Animal Kingdom, grabbing some food at both Yak & Yet Local Food Cafes and Flame Tree BBQ. We played a round of Kill, Refurb, Marry with our friends Melissa Sue and Estelle, and this time the focus was on Animal Kingdom Drinks (see who else joined in on the fun here!). We wrapped up a few loose ends from our cruise on the Disney Fantasy. Finally, we posed the question: Which Treats Do You Bring Home From WDW?

Our friends have been busy dining around the parks as well, so be sure to visit their sites!

royal-palace-sweet-temptationsThe Sweet Temptations Dessert Trio isn’t always the best dessert option…

Adam & Andrew of Disney Hipster Blog review their dinner at Lumiere’s on the Disney Magic. I can’t believe I haven’t been to Lumiere’s since 2005 (and I still remember ordering the Escargot!)!

olivias-cafe-breakfast-cubanBreakfast Cuban at Olivia’s Cafe

Sarah of Gluten Free and Dairy Free at WDW has some news regarding a product change for allergy-friendly Mickey Waffles. She also visits Olivia’s Cafe for breakfast.

2014-flower-garden-buttercup-cottage-field-greensButtercup Cottage’s Field Greens Salad

Melissa of Rolling with the Magic explores the United Kingdom Pavilion during Flower & Garden Festival.

2014-flower-garden-buttercup-cottage-pork-and-apple-sausage-rollButtercup Cottage’s Pork and Apple Sausage Roll

Nick & Nora of Extra WDW Magic sample items from Buttercup Cottage at Flower & Garden: The Pork and Apple Sausage Roll and the Lemon Scones.

spice-road-table-mogador-and-tingis-samplersSamplers from Spice Road Table

At the Disney Parks Blog, Epcot has announced an “After-Hours Wind Down.” From April 17 through September 15, guests can make reservations at either La Cava del Tequila, Spice Road Table, Tutto Gusto, or Rose & Crown Pub, where small bites will be paired with a beverage flight (additional beverages can be purchased) from 9:20 – 11 p.m. Cost is $35, plus tax and gratuity. To make a reservation, go to www.disneyworld.com/spring, call 407-WDW-DINE, or check in with Epcot Guest Relations to see if space is available.

Every time I see anything Trader Sam’s posted, I get so jealous! If you’ll be celebrating the Easter holiday at WDW, Disney Floral & Gifts can help design your Easter Basket. What are you hoping to find in yours?

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