I’m coming down from a four day sugar high and refuse to stand in anymore lines. Disney World will do that to a person.
It’s been quiet around here because just yesterday we returned home from Orlando (!). And as much as I wanted to talk about our trip beforehand, that wouldn’t have been smart internet safety.
Now we’re back and I can’t wait to write about the food. Oh yes, brace yourself.
Prior to our departure, I did extensive research for good eats on the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan and repeatedly visited three websites: The Disney Food Blog, AllEars.net and Walt Disney World Info (a fan driven database site). From those sites, I compiled a thorough list of places to go and snacks to try. (Would you expect any less of me?!)
Armed with my comprehensive spreadsheet, I was prepared to conquer the basic dining dilemma of deciding where to eat, no matter which park or area we were at.
In posts to come I’ll explain the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan, share my list of quick service best bets, and recap what I had in each park.
Most people are excited about the rides, I was looking forward to the Dole Whip.
I ate my way through Disney World, Gidget Eats style.
Disney World Posts
- Gidget’s Disney World Food List (view the spreadsheet)
- Gidget Eats Does Disney World
- Disney’s Quick Service Dining Plan and My Food List
- The Magic Kingdom
- Hollywood Studios
- Animal Kingdom
- Downtown Disney and the Boardwalk
Update: I’ve finished the Disney World series (yay!). Now, what did I miss? If you have any suggestions, tips or must eat items please share them and leave a comment. Thank you!