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Big Menu Changes for select Disney World resorts

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Big Menu Changes for select Disney World resorts
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Guests staying at select Disney World resorts will notice quite a few menu changes are in effect.

Dining at your hotel

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One of the great things about staying at a Disney World hotel is that you are never too far from food and beverage options! Everything from snack carts to five-star restaurants can be found throughout property.

Guests staying at deluxe resorts have a ton of options to choose from. Deluxe resorts always have at least one quick-service option and one table-service restaurant. Many times, however, there are more than that. Take the Polynesian for example. There is ‘Ohana, Capt Cook’s, Kona Cafe, Pineapple Lanai, and Trader Sam’s among other choices. That’s a lot of resort dining!

Moderate resorts have one of each, but not much more than that other than a poolside restaurant. Value resorts only have one food court and a poolside area.

Everything POP! Menu Changes

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One of my favorite value resorts is POP Century. Not only is there fun theming, but Guests staying here also have access to the Disney Skyliner. The food court, on the other hand, leaves much to be desired. There are several menu changes at Everything POP! food court.

For breakfast, the continental breakfast, chipotle vegetable saute, and breakfast bagel sandwich have all been removed. In their place you can now find pancakes with berry compote; a bacon, egg, and cheese bagel sandwich, and a plant-based Mickey frittata.

Additionally, breakfast potatoes are now called potato barrels. Do not worry, they are still there!

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Lunch and dinner changes are also in effect. Mostly there are a few slight name changes, but Walt’s chili-cheese all-beef foot-long hot dog is on the menu. Disney also added a ham and cheese sandwich, plant-based tuna sandwich, turkey and cheese sandwich, and baked gnocchi turkey bolognese.

Salad options now include cesar salad with shrimp or chicken and greek salad with shrimp or chicken. There is also a greek salad with plant-based tuna or roasted red pepper hummus.

New desserts have been added. Guests can now enjoy flashback oatmeal creme pie, POP goes banana cupcake, and a black and white cupcake. The family-assortment of bakery items has been replaced, but brownie bites are now an option. Not really an equal trade, but ok.

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Lastly, new snack items are on the menu:

  • pretzel with hummus
  • allergy-friendly dark chocolate bar
  • cuties mandarin 3 pack
  • apples with caramel
  • allergy-friendly fruity bears
  • strawberry toasted pastry
  • micowave popcorn
  • hard-boiled eggs

Landscape of Flavors Menu Changes

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If you head across the way a bit past the Skyliner station at POP, you will notice the larger-than-life statues. That’s Art of Animation! Art of Animation shares a Skyliner station with POP, but it is not the same resort. Instead of being themed to the decades, Art of Animation celebrates Disney animated films like Little Mermaid, Cars, and Finding Nemo.

You can also find suites here which is perfect for large families or parties who need some space. This is one resort I (Monica) have not stayed at yet, but I hope to do so soon! Art of Animation’s food court option, Landscape of Flavors, recently underwent some changes as well.

Breakfast now looks like an awful lot like POP’s breakfast! The same changes that occurred at Everything POP! also took place at Landscape of Flavors.

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There are some new lunch and dinner options that can only be found at Art of Animation. Disney added a tandoori chicken entree and Benedict burger. Like POP, Art of Animation now has a ham and cheese sandwich, turkey and cheese sandwich, plant-based tuna sandwich, and baked gnocchi turkey bolognese.

New desserts have been added. Guests can now enjoy flashback oatmeal creme pie, POP goes banana cupcake, and a black and white cupcake. Lastly, new snack items are on the menu:

  • pretzel with hummus
  • allergy-friendly dark chocolate bar
  • cuties mandarin 3 pack
  • apples with caramel
  • allergy-friendly fruity bears
  • strawberry toasted pastry
  • micowave popcorn
  • hard-boiled eggs

What do you think of these changes? Do you enjoy staying at POP or Art of Animation? Let us know in the comments below and on Facebook.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Things haven’t quite returned from before the pandemic. There are still supply chain issues, issues with microchips, and so many businesses (including Disney) don’t have the staff they need for everything. Meet and greets for characters usually are on a schedule, so if you didn’t wait you were just probably not there at the right time.

  2. We were there 11 years ago. And stayed at POP. And the dessert section was massive. Got there last week.AND IT WAS LIKE NOTHING !!! Things have sure changed. No beautiful flower beds around the walk ways. VERY VERY disappointed. The parade was short. No evening parade. Universal Studio got rid of Mickey’s bis hat with the stage under it. So you don’t see that when you walk in. You walk down the street and the climbing army men are gone. We were there 8 hours and never seen 1CHARACTER WALKING AROUND. Are 4 year old grandsons was sure upset. After we had told him on 20 hour drive what to expect. The only Characters we seen was at the two meals we booked. WHAT IS GOING ON!! EPCOT there was no one performing at the different Countries. 4 adults a 4 year old and a 18 month old. Spent $8250 and had a very very disappointing trip.

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