Walt Disney World. My home away from home. From Animation Classes to Toy Story Mania, there’s something for everyone as you venture through the theme parks. EPCOT is known for its festivals, and I’ve been lucky enough to attend the Wine & Dine Festival and the Flower & Garden Festival.
Below you’ll find posts about navigating the parks for quick service options as well as restaurant reviews and more! As you proceed realize that no restaurants in Disney (with the exception of Babycakes NYC Bakery) are dedicated gluten free; however, there is a fairly consistent food allergy policy throughout the parks. Sit down restaurants are listed in green, and quick service restaurants are listed in orange. Feel free to contact me with any additional questions!
- Christmas in Disney World 2014
- Food Allergy and Celiac Convention in Disney World (2014)
- Keeping Up With Disney’s Dedicated Fryers
- Snacking Around Disney (2014)
- Why I runDisney
- Be Our Guest: Review from 2013, Review from 2014 (Quick Service that Requires a Reservation at lunch.)
- Crystal Palace: Review Coming Soon!
- Cinderella’s Royal Table: Review
- Tony’s Town Square: Review, New Review Coming Soon
- Akershus Princess Storybook Dining: Review
- Coral Reef: Review
- Le Cellier: Review Coming Soon (one of my favorites!)
- Brown Derby: Review (little less positive)
- Garden Grill: Review
- Quick Service in Hollywood Studios: the ugly, the good, and the perfect
- Chef Mickey’s (The Contemporary): Review
- Sanaa (Animal Kingdom Resort): Review 2014, Review 2015
- Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue (Fort Wilderness): Review
- Babycakes NYC: Review (since re-opening)– DEDICATED GLUTEN FREE ESTABLISHMENT