If you've been following along with my blog for any period of time, you may have noticed that unlike the other days, Wednesday doesn't have it's own theme but I've decided (that at least for now) Wednesday is Disney day.
I mentioned in an earlier post that I'm planning a trip to Walt Disney World for November this year and it has renewed my already abundant love of Disney so these post are going to be anything and everything Disney related.
Some weeks I'll be writing about Disney in general, including Walt and the production company he founded and some weeks (this one included) I'll be taking you along on my holiday planning adventure.
If you've ever booked a Disney holiday before, you may know that dining reservations can be made 180 days before your trip begins. What I didn't realise to begin with is that those reservations aren't really a suggestions so much as a necessity.
Walt Disney World Resort, is filled with all kinds of wonderfully themed restaurants, many of which I would be thrilled to experience for myself but seeing that I'm now 152 days from my trip, things are getting booked up pretty fast.
I thought today I would share with you the top three restaurants I'm anticipating for our trip.
To start with the restaurant that has proved the most difficult to book, Be Our Guest. The Be Our Guest restaurant is located in Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom and as you can probably guess, it is Beauty and the Beast themed. The actual dining experience is located in Beast's castle and if you manage to go for dinner, Beast may even make an appearance. Unfortunately I've only been able to find a breakfast spot but I'm still very much looking forward to experiencing the amazing theming for myself.
The next restaurant will come as no surprise to those who know me. It is the Hollywood Brown Derby, located in Disney's Hollywood Studios and this restaurant is based on the original Brown Derby where many classic Hollywood stars would frequent in the former half of the 20th century. Everything about this restaurant looks incredible to me, especially the decor and history but I also have extremely high hopes for the food since this is classed as one of Disney's higher quality, Signature locations.
The last restaurant is one that I wouldn't have even considered on my own but after watching and reading so many glowing reviews I had to know what all the fuss was about. Ohana is located at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort and it is a Hawaiian themed all you can eat restaurant. Breakfast and lunch, I believe are character meals where you can meet Lilo and Stitch (possibly among others); however, we opted for a late dinner one evening and I can not even tell you how much I am looking forward to it. The food and atmosphere is meant to be incredible, so if I end up enjoying this one, I have the internet's boundless recommendations to thank.
There are quite a few more bookings I've made so far and I'm excited about all of them but at the moment these are the one's that are standing out to me as far as anticipation goes. I wonder how this list will compare to which restaurants ended up being my favourites when I come back?
Have you been to WDW? Which restaurants are your favourites?