The elite 8 matchups in our Kenny the Pirate Restaurant Wars continue today! Join us and select your favorite!
Welcome back, Crew! This is an exciting day in Disney Restaurant Wars! Today reveals which restaurant won yesterday’s game between Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater and Hollywood and Vine!
Yesterday took us to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The match-up pitted Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater and Hollywood and Vine.
Your vote sealed a spot in the next round for Sci-Fi!
If you already know your winner, feel free to scroll to the poll at the bottom of this post. Then you can cast your vote!
You sent a diverse variety of restaurants ranging from nostalgia-inducing character meals to sit down experiences to tried and true quick service options.
For the Elite 8, your votes sent Be Our Guest and Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater to the next round! Check out all the winners below:
Today’s Match Up
The third round of the elite 8 takes us to EPCOT. Garden Grill in The Land Pavilion takes on Beaches and Cream at nearby Beach Club Resort. Let’s take a look at these two restaurants up close.
Beaches and Cream
I must say that this is one of my favorite restaurant names in Disney or maybe anywhere? Disney word play is almost as fun as Disney dining.
Beaches and Cream is located between Yacht Club and Beach Club. It has delightful 1950’s Soda Fountain theming. It is a popular Epcot resort area reservation. Guests head there for full meals, but just as often they go just for the dessert!
Beaches & Cream is also home of the Kitchen Sink Sundae! It is quite the ice cream creation and draws many guests who want to take it on. However, the Mickey themed Mini Sinks and the No Way Jose are also extremely popular choices. Rarely will you see the desserts here panned.
Over in Epcot’s Land Pavilion, Garden Grill represents another of Disney’s unique dining venues. This circular restaurant spins ever so slowly, and as it does takes guests on a little tour of the Living with the Land ride.
What’s more, as the restaurant rotates, guests dine on family style offerings and enjoy socially distant interaction with Mickey and pals! The setting and characters make this an attractive option for both families and Disney loving adults.
Read Kenny’s review HERE.
Time to Vote
So, which will it be, crew? Do you prefer some old-fashioned burgers and shakes at Beaches and Cream? Or, do you prefer dining with Mickey and his friends in the rotating restaurant? Vote now!