Walt disney world tips

Don’t forget to try some delicious food options at Disney Springs.

Good food doesn’t end at the resorts and parks. Disney Springs is home to deliciously unique restaurants that you’ll absolutely love. Here are my all-time favorites.

Use your annual pass holder card for food discounts at select eateries.

If you’re an annual pass holder at Disney World or Disneyland, you can get anywhere from 10%-20% off your meal at select restaurants.

Buy a tables in Wonderland Card.

If you’re an annual pass holder, Disney Vacation Club member, or a Florida resident and want to save 20% off al food and alcohol at almost all Disney restaurants, you must get this card.

Celebrating a birthday at Disney World but need a gluten free or vegan cake, Erin McKenna (used to be Babycakes) got you covered!

You can order gluten free or vegan cakes and treats and get them delivered to your resort. And if you want gluten free cupcakes, Sprinkles has you covered there too.

Order a cake to celebrate a special occasion.

Looking to celebrate someone’s birthday at Disney, surprise them with a Disney birthday cake.

Scope out the best places to eat for vegetarian and vegan options.

Finding vegetarian options is really easy at Disney especially with how popular the vegan and plant based diet has become. It get’s more complicated when it comes to vegan, however it still can be done. That’s why you should always check the menus first before you commit to a restaurant.

If you have food allergies, alert the restaurant that you have special dietary needs.

Disney Chefs are well trained to accommodate guest with food allergies. They’ll literally come out to your table and ask you what it is you can and can’t eat and will whip you up something special. This is especially true if you’re gluten free.

Ran out of baby food? Disney Parks got you covered.

Babies gotta eat too so if you run out of baby food or formula, you’ll find a baby care center at all the parks. Plus, you can always go back to the general store at your Disney resort.

Wash your hands.

It’s common sense I know but trust me, after hours of running around the parks all day and grabbing on to those dirty safety bars on rides, you’ll forget how nasty your hands truly are. Stay clean my friends! Especially nowadays.

Have picky eaters, go to a buffet!

There’s no better place for everyone to eat whatever they want. Plus, unlimited food ain’t too bad either. Hollywood and Vine is a pretty good choice if you’re looking for traditional American buffet fare (carving station, salad bar, etc). But my favorite is Trails End! All you can eat barbecue ribs, brisket, fried chicken, and strawberry shortcake. Mmmmm.