Where to Dine: New at Disney



Monsieur Paul Restaurant Debuts At Epcot (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Monsieur Paul Restaurant Debuts At Epcot (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Florida Travel News: Updated Menus and Restaurants Debut in theme parks

Along with the new Fantasyland, Disney has opened a number of new restaurants recently and there are more . We’ve featured each of them but here’s an overview if you want to check them out during the holidays:

Be Our Guest Restaurant

There are a number of first for this new restaurant in Fantasyland, from a wine list to the incorporation of “Kids’ Complete Meals” as part of Disney Magic of Healthy Living. When you’re perusing the children’s menu, look for the Mickey Check which identifies nutritious food choices.

California Grill

While Disney’s Contemporary Resort undergoes major renos from January 6, 2013 till summer 2013, chef Brian Piasecki is making changes to the menu, but will continue to work with fresh and seasonal food in all of his dishes.

Monsieur Paul

There are changes in the upper portion of the France pavilion when Monsieur Paul opened December 11 in place of Bistro de Paris, with a casual atmosphere, refurbished dining room and revamped menu.

 Boulangerie Patisserie

Walk to the back of the France pavilion and you’ll find a new building that will be home to the bakery, Boulangerie Patisserie, that opens in January 2013.


There’s a private dining option at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa at The Chef’s Domain. A maximum of 10 guests can enjoy a six course meal on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. The price per person is $155 plus tax.

Landscape of Flavors

The Art of Animation Resort has added a twist to the notion of food courts. There are five mini shops at Landscape of Flavors where you can customize breakfast, lunch and dinner choices. From healthy smoothies to ethnic cuisine such as Indian meals served from the Tandoor ovens, you’ll also find burgers and pizzas on the menus.

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