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The 4th of July has officially come and gone, as have the 4th of July snacks.

Toffee and Coconut Blondie

While we’re getting ready for the start of Halloween season, we’ve found what might now be our new favorite mac and cheese snack. We also celebrated the return of hushpuppies to Columbia Harbour House in Magic Kingdom (and we’re hoping Sleepy Hollow waffles will also return soon). We also checked out some new menu items at Morimoto Street Food in Disney Springs. As always, we’ve been keeping an eye on Disney World restaurant menus, and we’ve got some changes to share with you.

Here are this week’s restaurant menu changes.


Garden Grill

A new wine selection is available: Excelsior Cabernet Sauvignon, Robertson Valley.

Garden Grill

It’s $12 per glass and $49 per bottle.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Isle of Java

Vietnamese Iced Coffee is now available.

Isle of Java

It’s French-roasted Joffrey’s coffee cold brew over ice with sweetened condensed milk for $5.49.

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

Crew’s Cup Lounge

Here’s what’s been added to the menu:

ADDED: House-made Chips with Black Garlic Aïoli — with smoked paprika salt for $10.50
ADDED: Charcuterie and Cheese Board — prosciutto, Calabrese salami, Point Reyes blue cheese, Mt Tam, and comte for $22

Charcuterie and Prime Rib Sliders

ADDED: Summer Bibb Salad — green goddess dressing, marinated summer vegetables for $16
ADDED: Prime Rib Sliders — onion rolls, au jus, and horseradish cream for $20

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Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Intermission Food Court

Both Caesar Salad with Shrimp and Greek Salad with Shrimp have been removed from the menu. Shrimp & Grits has been removed from the Allergy-Friendly menu, as well.

Intermission Food Court

Black and White Cupcakis also no longer available.

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Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

End Zone Food Court

Caesar Salad with Shrimp and Greek Salad with Shrimp have also been removed from the menu here.

End Zone Food Court

Again, that’s the only update.

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Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort

World Premiere Food Court

Under Dessert, the Mickey-shaped Brownie and Mickey Brownie Sundae have been removed from the menu. Here’s how Bakery has changed:

REMOVED:  Lemon Meringue Croissant
ADDED: Chocolate Croissant (drizzled with dark chocolate and dusted with powdered sugar) has been added for $4.49
Mickey Cinnamon Roll changed from $6.99 to $7.49

Both the Watermelon Cup and Strawberry Cup are no longer available under Fruit. Under Beverages, vitaminwater power-c dragonfruit and Strawberry Milk have been removed. Here’s how Beer changed:

Under Beer, Stella Artois Lager and Heineken are no longer available.

World Premiere Food Court

The Mickey Crisped Rice Treat has been removed from the Allergy-Friendly menu.

Here’s how Lunch and Dinner Entrees have changed:

ADDED: Citrus-Basil Salmon — salmon with citrus-basil butter, seasonal vegetable, and steamed rice for $16.99
ADDED: Mojo-roasted Chicken — served with Yukon gold mashed potatoes and garlic green beans for $14.79
ADDED: Sesame Chicken — chicken, broccoli, red pepper, and onion with rice for $12.29
ADDED: Turkey and Cheese Sandwich — sliced turkey with provolone on multigrain bread or $10.29

Both Caesar Salad with Shrimp and Greek Salad with Shrimp were removed from the Salads menu.

The Ham and Cheese Kid’s Pack has also been taken off the menu.

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Oasis Bar & Grill

The Angus Chuck Cheddar Cheeseburger changed from $12.49 to $12.99.

Oasis Bar and Grill

That’s the only update here.

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Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Everything POP

Here’s how the lunch and dinner menu has changed at Everything POP:

ADDED: Sesame Chicken — chicken, broccoli, red pepper, and onion with rice for $12.29
REMOVED: Caesar Salad with Shrimp and Greek Salad with Shrimp

Everything Pop

Monster Energy and AHA Sparkling Water – Lime & Watermelon have been removed from Beverages.

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Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Geyser Point Bar and Grill

Under Small Bites Crispy ‘Peking’ Ribs changed from $18 to $17.  Under Desserts, Seasonal Pie changed from $7.50 to $7. 

Here’s what’s happening under Featured Cocktails:

Huckleberry Punch changed from $17 to $16
Black Cherry Mule changed from $18 to $16

Crispy “Peking” Ribs

Here’s how Wine changed:

Domaine Ste. Michelle Brut changed from $13 to $12
Meiomi Rosé changed from $14 to $13
Evolution Lucky No. 9 White Blend changed from $13 to $14

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Under Appetizers, the Hunter’s Pie has been replaced with Hunter’s Harvest.

Hunter’s Pie

It’s made with turkey and chicken, cranberry preserve, and crispy sauerkraut.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge


Breakfast has changed: Kid’s French Toast description changed from “Served with Bacon” to “Served with African Home Fries and Fresh Fruit.”


That’s the only change here.

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Disney’s Contemporary Resort

California Grill

The Desserts selection has seen a bit of a shake-up:

REMOVED: Strawberry and Pistachio Mousse Cake, Peanut and Banana Torte, Chef’s Selection of Artisanal Cheese, and White Chocolate Cherry Crème Brûlée
ADDED: Lemon Mousse and Olive Oil-Poppy Seed Cake — lemon cream and Meyer lemon-olive oil cake with blood orange gel

California Grill

ADDED: Cherry and Dark Chocolate Mille- Feuille — chocolate and cherry mousse with caramel tuile and cherries
ADDED: White Chocolate and Vanilla Bean “Mousse” — vanilla bean and white chocolate “mousse” with stone fruit
ADDED: Chocolate and Orange Crémeux — Mandarin orange fluid gel

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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Centertown Market

The plant-based Caribbean Plant-based Sausage, Black Beans, and Rice Bowl have been removed from the lunch and dinner menu.

Centertown Market

The Kid’s Chicken Bowl has also been removed.

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Disney Springs

B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co.

A new hot dog is available: the Ybor City-style Dog.

B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co.

It’s made with a quarter pound all-beef hot dog, mojo pork, pickles, swiss cheese, and mustard on a house-made roll for $12.79.

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Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

The beer menu has changed: Ace Space Blood Orange Cider has been removed from the menu.

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

3 Daughters Brewing Rosé Hard Cider has been added for $11.75.

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If you have your heart set on a specific food or snack in Disney World, you’ll want to keep an eye on restaurant menus on the Disney World website or My Disney Experience app. We’ll also do our best to keep you updated on any food changes.

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