After waiting 5 years for construction to be complete (it officially began early 2018), the highly anticipated ride, TRON Lightcycle/Run, is set to officially open in the Tomorrowland area of Magic Kingdom on April 4th! However, Disney has announced that guests will also have an opportunity to ride the attraction early during a soft opening that will be taking place from March 20th to April 2nd. In order to ride TRON during both the soft opening and once the ride is officially open, guests will need to either join a virtual queue in their account on the My Disney Experience … Continue reading TRON Lightcycle/Run to have a soft opening before its official opening date
This week, Disney announced the opening date for the long awaited Rodeo Roundup BBQ restaurant in Toy Story Land at Hollywood Studios! The restaurant will officially be open for guests on March 23rd, 2023!🤠 The table service restaurant follows the land’s “Andy’s backyard” setting, with Andy having created a fun rodeo featuring some of his favorite toys.The food here will be served family style, and will include biscuits, salads, an array of house-smoked meats and savory sides, as well as some delicious & fun dessert and beverage options, all with fun Toy Story themed names.😋 Let’s take a look at … Continue reading Roundup Rodeo BBQ in Toy Story Land has an official opening date!
The American Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase has a counter service restaurant that serves up some incredible BBQ! 😋 The Regal Eagle Smokehouse opened in early 2020 (before the pandemic) and is located to the left of the American Adventure building. We visited it around lunchtime last week and wanted to give you our thoughts on this “quick-service” restaurant. First of all, when you get anywhere close to the American Pavilion, you can smell the custom smoker doing its thing out in front of the restaurant (a very smart ploy to get people to drop money on food) . . … Continue reading Regal Eagle Smokehouse – “Life Changing” Food? . . . at least the burgers were
When our family’s at Epcot, we probably ride the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros at least twice during every vacation. While this classic World Showcase boat ride in the Mexican Pavillian could be considered “lame” by many people, there is just something about this ride experience that makes it very special. Maybe it’s the pyramid-shaped Mexico Pavilion building. Maybe it’s the feeling of walking into a nighttime scene in an old Mexican village (the fountain, the shops, or the cast members). Maybe it’s the smell of the food from the San Angel Inn Restaurante. Maybe it’s the archway … Continue reading What Makes the Gran Fiesta Tour Special? (when it’s not so special)