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Magical Dining Experiences This Holiday Season At Disney World

Disney World offers many fun, magical and memorable experiences. Planning your dining is either a fun part of your experience or a hassle you don’t bother with. This Holiday season you don’t want to miss some enchanted dining and seasonal snack options. Kids make their list to Santa. You should make your list of festive food experiences.





There is always something cooking up at the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays. They have Holiday Kitchen Food booths and I am so excited.

If you’re heading over to Magic Kingdom, they have treats fit for Santa. While some you may need a ticket to enjoy Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, there are some you can enjoy outside of it. Attending the party is a fun magical event I do highly suggest! Or if you haven’t yet (which you totally should of!) Try the Grey stuff. Why? YES! Cause It’s Delicious. Nothing makes a memory like snow falling across the night sky while you feast in the Castle at Be Our Guest Restaurant. Now with the popular convenience of mobile ordering, you can simply use your app at many locations to save time.





Sadly, after The Osbourne Spectacle of Dancing Lights closed in 2015, we all shed a tear. Luckily Hollywood Studios is starting to jingle our fancy again bringing a projection show called Sunset Seasons Greetings, a fireworks and projection nighttime spectacular called Jingle Bell, Jingle Bam! Spoiler, there is a Dessert party for that too. Mmm.. Chocolate and lots of other sweet, festive treats! Starting Nov. 8 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios Hollywood & Vine, you can join Minnie and friends for a holiday dinner party. Candlelight Processional Dining Package at Epcot, Nov. 29-Dec. 30. Book and enjoy a festive holiday meal with guaranteed seating at this beautiful show. This one is a must.

With Holiday Dessert parties at Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom. Whew, I am working up a sweet tooth already.





You can even check out Disney Springs. Follow the Christmas Tree Trail and find some seasonal treats along the way. A nice festive touch while relaxing at the old Downtown.

When you are on vacation, you try new things. Go outside your Disney comfort zone and try something new. Disney Resorts are great place to get into the Holiday Spirit. How about the new Toledo – Tapas, Steak & Seafood at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Opening later this year is also Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera at Disney’s Riviera Resort. Of course hop a ride to Contemporary or Grand Floridian for a sniff of the Gingerbread displays and delicious treats! Beach Club had a Merry-Go-Round that was a treat to see. Many of the Resorts offer cookie decorating to smaller guests. Check your resorts scheduled events.

Alright, so we have plenty to do. Plenty to eat. It’s time to pack my stretchy pants and sneakers to do it all!

What’s your favorite part of the Holidays at Disney World? My family enjoys Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. I am a sucker for Hot Cocoa. I’m Jamie and I love Disney. I am an Independent Travel Agent for Amazing Magical Adventures. I know how important making memories with your family is and would love to help you plan yours. Email me at JamiePorter@AmazingMagicalAdventures.com

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My name is Jamie, I have 3 princesses. Memories are so important to me. Disney is my happy place. Land and Sea. I love being able to help others plan their trip and make it as magical as I can, no matter the destination.
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