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Liberty Tree Tavern exterior sign

Review: Liberty Tree Tavern

The Setting Liberty Tree Tavern is one of the OG dining options in Disney World. It opened with the rest of the Magic Kingdom on October 1, 1971. So there’s a lot of history here, and yet there’s been very little change to the overall location or dining experience since it opened. Located right at… Read more »

Magic Kingdom Fireworks

Fireworks Dessert Parties: Are They Worth It?

“Here’s the thing – you’re paying for the reserved viewing, not the food.” Magic Kingdom fireworks are my happy place. Literally. I’ve told my therapist multiple times. I am always the person in our group who is totally willing to camp out in the perfect viewing spot two hours before the show starts. So when… Read more »

Main entrance to Steakhouse 71

Review: Steakhouse 71

In July of 2021 we waved goodbye to The Wave in Disney’s Contemporary Resort. On October 1st that same year we were introduced to it’s replacement – Steakhouse 71. Located on the first floor of the Contemporary Resort, this restaurant has quickly become a guest favorite and many would say it’s the best budget steakhouse… Read more »

California Grill dining room and menu

Review: California Grill 50th Anniversary Celebration Menu

Also known as that time I accidentally ordered a $137 cocktail and was too embarrassed to send it back. The Setting We’ve eaten here multiple times over the years and California Grill never disappoints. The menu changes with the seasons and the views are unbeatable. The restaurant is located on the top floor of the… Read more »

Galaxy's Edge Millenium Falcoln

Review: Oga’s Cantina

The SettingDisney definitely raised the bar for immersive experiences with Galaxy’s Edge and a standout example of that is Oga’s Cantina. The restaurant’s non-descript exterior hides one of the most immersive areas of the park. No lie – as soon as we walked in the door I nerded out hard core. Oga’s Cantina is a… Read more »

Chef Mickey's Sign

Review: Chef Mickey’s Character Breakfast

Chef Mickey’s is definitely one of, if not the, oldest character dining experience at Walt Disney World, and these days people seem to have a love-hate relationship with it. I have a working theory as to why it gets mixed reviews, which I’ll come back to later. The SettingLocated in the Grand Canyon Concourse area… Read more »

Space 220 Main Dining Area

Review: Space 220 Restaurant

The SettingSpace 220 is one of Disney World’s newest and most popular dining experiences. Located next to Mission Space, this restaurant offers the immersive experience of dining among the stars on an orbiting space station. After you check in for your reservation at the outdoor information desk, you will be directed indoors to the Space… Read more »