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*This gluten free dining experience took place in July 2018.

Dinner at Beaches and Cream Soda Shop

Beaches and Cream Soda Shop is a small table service restaurant located at Disney’s Beach Club Resort that serves classic soda shop fare, like burgers, fries, and ice cream. It’s long been one of my favorite spots for a gluten free and dairy free ice cream sundae. But, it can often be hard to get an advanced dining reservation for, due to its size and popularity. With the summertime heat here in Orlando, Brandon and I didn’t feel like cooking one evening for dinner. So, we looked for openings for dinner at Disney World. As luck would have it, a random reservation was available at Beaches and Cream, which meant ice cream sundaes and sandwiches for us!

Atmosphere

One of the first things you’ll notice about Beaches and Cream is its bright colors and 1950s soda shop theming.

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There is both a walk-up counter for ice cream and a full table service restaurant inside, which gives you a few choices for dining options. Since the restaurant is quite small, it can be hard to get a walk-up without a long wait.

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Inside, you’ll see brightly colored booths alongside one wall, a large counter (which resembles the old fashioned soda shops), and table seating in the middle of the restaurant. As a two-top table, we usually get a seat in the middle of the restaurant. But, the booths always look so cozy!

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Do take some time to look around too. You’ll see some of the cutest decor straight out of an era gone by. There’s even a vintage jukebox too.

The Food

Like many other Disney restaurants, Beaches and Cream Soda Shop does carry an allergy-friendly menu. My biggest recommendation when dining there is to be sure to speak with a coordinator or manager on duty. That’s because many items that are available to special dietary needs guests are not actually listed on the allergy-friendly menu.

In fact, I can’t think of a visit where I haven’t ordered something off the menu. Often, it’s just a simple modification that’s easy to do. For instance, on this visit, I asked if the Reuben Sandwich could be made gluten free. And, after investigating, we found out it was just a swap of the bread, which was great news. They also don’t list French Fries as an option for gluten free and dairy free guests. But, if you ask, they can make you fries in a dedicated fryer. We were told on our most recent visit by Ashley the coordinator that it might take a bit longer to get my food due to preparing my meal in another kitchen space.

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With that in mind, we did get a giant bowl full of French Fries made in a dedicated fryer served before my sandwich. These are safe for those guests who are gluten free and dairy free. Though I don’t have a photo here, Brandon’s fries were the thick cut steak fries, while mine were the classic thin cut Disney fries. On other occasions, I have been served the thick cut steak fries from a dedicated fryer. So, my guess it it depends on availability.

These were good, as always. And, both Brandon and I nibbled on these while we waited for the rest of our meal, as these actually arrived before any other food. It was definitely nice that the coordinator was working to ensure my wait didn’t feel too long.

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I was super excited to try Reuben Sandwich with Corned Beef, Sauerkraut, Swiss, and Thousand Island Dressing on Gluten Free Bread. This can be made gluten free with the bread swap and might be able to be made dairy free minus the cheese. I don’t think there’s any dairy in the Thousand Island Dressing (at least there isn’t usually). So, it’s always worth asking a coordinator or manager about it.

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Hands down, this is the best meal I’ve ordered at Beaches and Cream. The Reuben was super flavorful and tasty. I gave Brandon a bite of this, and he agreed that it might be the best sandwich we’ve ordered there. The only negative was that they used Udi’s Gluten Free Bread, and it got super soggy. I am guessing the combination of the bread with the moisture from the meat, sauerkraut, and sauce just made it a little more soggy than it should normally be. But, that being said, I’d totally get it again, soggy bread or not! This will probably be my new go-to sandwich when we dine there.

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Because we can’t go to Beaches and Cream without ordering ice cream (yes, this is totally a rule in our family), I had to get my favorite sundae. Like the rest of the allergy-friendly menu, the specialty sundaes are not listed on the menu. It’s always worth asking if certain ones can be modified. In fact, I’ve had readers share photos of dairy free and gluten free versions of the Mini Kitchen Sink. So, there’s definitely some options!

For me though, it’s always all about the No Way Jose Sundae. I get mine with gluten free and dairy free ice cream, peanut butter sauce, and chocolate sauce. If you’re just gluten free, you can get hot fudge, whipped cream, and even chocolate chips on it.

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*This dining experience took place in July 2018.

Dinner at Columbia Harbour House

Columbia Harbour House, located in Liberty Square in the Magic Kingdom, is a one of my go-to quick service restaurants in the theme parks for allergy-friendly chicken tenders. Even though the allergy-chicken tenders are typically the same across Disney property, for some reason, I just like the way they cook them at Columbia Harbour House. Recently, we stopped by the restaurant for a quick early evening dinner as Brandon and I were both craving allergy-chicken tenders.

Atmosphere

There’s something really charming about Columbia Harbour House’s theme. It’s meant to reflect a Colonial era sea-faring town (like Boston).

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From the decor to the cast member costumes, everything definitely says Colonial times.

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One of my favorite spots in the restaurant is the second floor. It’s a great spot to enjoy a quiet meal and get away from the hustle and bustle of the theme park crowds. Plus, it’s perfect for getting a bird’s eye view of the restaurant and Liberty Square outside.

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As you can see by this photo, there is ample seating on the second floor. But, depending on the time of day, you just might have the restaurant seating to yourself. We dined around 4 p.m., and as you can see it was pretty quiet.

The Food

Like most restaurants in Disney World, Columbia Harbour House does carry an allergy-friendly menu. Although I didn’t think much of it when we ordered, I did notice that the menu had changed slightly from our most recent visit in March 2018.

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We ordered two orders of the allergy-friendly chicken tenders and were given a pager to come back when they were ready.

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When we arrived back at the counter, the manager at Columbia Harbour House presented us with our allergy-chicken tenders. But, both Brandon and I noticed immediately that they looked completely different from the Ian’s brand allergy-friendly chicken tenders that Disney has been serving at locations across property. We both asked if this was a new change, and the manager told us he was told that this was a property wide change that would be happening due to issues with supply for the Ian’s brand.

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He also offered to show us the packaging for the the chicken tenders, which were Chef’s Line brand. These are gluten free, dairy free, and egg free and may cover some other special dietary needs, as well. They are also certified gluten free. You can find out more about the brand and ingredients on their website.

As we learned from some blog readers, Disney’s Special Diets Department has advised guests that they are testing out several different allergy-friendly chicken tender brands, including those that are top 8 free. Many readers have expressed disappointment that these contain soy. Unfortunately, even when Disney has served soy free allergy-friendly chicken tenders, they have not been an option for soy free guests at some locations due to the oil used to fry them. So, sadly, the allergy-friendly chicken tenders have been hit or miss with those are who soy free. Still, it’s nice to know that Disney is testing a variety of options to ensure the tastiest and safest options for guests.

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As you can see, two orders of Allergy-Friendly Chicken Tenders and Fries made in a dedicated fryer is a ton of food. So, if you’re not that hungry or have a small appetite, you can easily split one order. I also always ask for Ken’s Steakhouse Cocktail Sauce, which is gluten free and a nice condiment for the chicken tenders and fries.

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Once we were seated, we had to dig in and see how the new allergy-friendly chicken tenders tasted. The verdict? I think they taste very similar to the original AllergyFreeFoods brand of allergy-friendly chicken tenders that Disney used to serve. So, if you had that particular brand and loved them, you will really enjoy these chicken tenders. They do have more breading on them, so under-cooking is a bit more of a potential too (which Brandon noticed).

If you are a fan of the crunchier Ian’s brand allergy-friendly chicken tenders, you might be disappointed by these. Brandon much prefers the Ian’s brand, so he was pretty saddened by the new brand change. He doesn’t mind the new ones, but he loves the Ian’s brand, so this was a bummer for him. Of course, taste is all subjective, so it completely depends whether you will like one version or the other. I like both, and didn’t mind the new version for some different variety.

Overall

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*This gluten free dining experience took place in July 2018.

Dinner at Geyser Point Bar & Grill

Geyser Point Bar & Grill, located at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, offers al fresco dining with a view of Bay Lake. The food and drinks served there are inspired by the Pacific Northwest. We dined there once last year and absolutely loved the relaxed atmosphere and low-key vibe, but we haven’t had a chance to go back. Recently, we decided to go back on an evening when the temperatures were really mild for the summertime and made for a beautiful evening dining outside.

Atmosphere

The Wilderness Lodge has always been one of my favorite Disney resorts. Taking the walk from the main lodge to the new Disney Vacation Club area (Copper Creek) where Geyser Point is located definitely reminds me how much I love the resort.

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When we arrived at Geyser Point, we had two dining options. Go to the walk-up window to order or be seated in the bar area. We definitely recommend and prefer the bar seating area with all of its cozy seats and perfect views of Bay Lake. On an evening when the temperatures are mild, it’s a perfect spot for outdoor dining.

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Initially, we were offered a seat in the back of the bar/lounge area. But, we asked if we could have a seat closer to the water, and they were able to accommodate us as the restaurant wasn’t too busy.

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You can also sit at the bar area too, if you’re not ordering food or just prefer the high top seating.

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Over the course of our meal, the day went from sunset to dark in the course of an hour. Just in time for Fireworks and for the Electrical Water Pageant. You’ll get great views of the Water Pageant from here (a classic!) and if you move closer to the water you can see the fireworks with a better view too.

The Food

Geyser Point Bar & Grill does not carry an allergy-friendly menu. However, a chef will come out to speak with you about options. Chef Connie took care of us and was fantastic. I asked about the burger and waffle fries — both of Chef Connie said could be made gluten free. The waffle fries are made in a dedicated fryer, so you can eat waffle fries with abandon! (and we probably could have; they are that good).

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Keeping it simple that night, I ordered the Classic Bacon Cheeseburger with Bacon, Tillamook Cheddar, Lettuce and Tomato served on a Gluten Free Bun and served with Waffle Fries. These were made gluten free but the entree could be dairy free by omitting the cheese on the burger. I also asked for a side of the Marionberry Barbecue Sauce and Garlic Aïoli that are normally served with the Bison Burger.

The burger itself was very good. While it’s not quite as good as the burgers at D-Luxe (which I think are hands down the best quick service burgers at Disney World). But, it was good. What really made the burger was the thick cut bacon and Tillamook Cheddar. The sides of Garlic Aioli and Marionberry Barbecue Sauce were also nice touches too. If you’re not a fan of sweet barbecue sauce, I might avoid this one as it is very sweet — almost like a jam. It’s good, but a little bit goes a long way. The garlic aioli was perfection and made for an awesome dipping sauce for my waffle fries.

The hands down winner of this meal were the waffle fries. Oh my goodness gracious. These are delicious. Seasoned and crispy and just perfect. It’s so rare to get waffle fries out at a restaurant, so I’ll never turn down an excuse to order them when I can safely. And, these were downright addicting. We actually contemplated ordering another side of these; they were that good!

Overall

If outdoor dining is something you enjoy on occasion or you’re just looking for a quick service meal that’s a bit more relaxed and off the beaten path, you can’t go wrong with Geyser Point Bar & Grill. The food here offers some solid special diets options. And, the dishes we have tried have all been very good. It’s definitely a location we’ll plan to visit again on cooler evenings for a low-key and affordable meal…and those delicious waffle fries!

Have you been to Geyser Point Bar & Grill? What did you order when you dined there?

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Dinner at ABC Commissary

ABC Commissary, located in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, offers quick service lunch and dinner with a more fast-casual vibe during dinner time. On this particular occasion, we decided to stop by for a quick dinner while visiting the newly opened Toy Story Land one night. Unfortunately, we did not have the best experience at Woody’s Lunch Box, so we opted to dine somewhere else in the park instead. It’s been a while since we’ve been to ABC Commissary, so we thought we’d check it out.

Atmosphere

ABC Commissary is meant to resemble a backlot commissary, where you’d find cast and crew of tv shows and films enjoying a meal in between filming. With that in mind, the theming really does resemble what you would imagine a large cafeteria style commissary would like like.

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I wouldn’t say there’s anything special about the theming and decor in ABC Commissary. It’s all fairly bland and non-descript.

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One of the best things I like about the interior is that they have small live trees in inside. Although, both Brandon and I were pretty confused as we kept seeing guests come by this one tree and shake it. So bizarre.

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The seating in ABC Commissary is pretty spacious, though we both agreed the seats have very low backs, which don’t make them very comfortable.

The Food

The last time we visited ABC Commissary for dinner, we were given an allergy-friendly dinner menu. But, when we asked a cast member this time, we were told they did not have any. The cast member did note that most of the items on the dinner menu can be made gluten free. But, we asked if we could get the allergy-friendly chicken tenders, which are on the lunch menu but not the dinner menu. Thankfully, you can get allergy-friendly chicken tenders any time of day if you ask!

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After you place your order at ABC Commissary, guests are given a pager style device, and the food is brought to your table by a cast member. At dinner, ABC Commissary has paper plates that look a bit fancier and also include silver plastic silverware, hand wipes, and mints that help give the meal a more upscale quick service vibe.

Both Brandon and I ordered the allergy-friendly chicken tenders which are gluten free, dairy free, and free of many other allergens too. As always, we love the allergy-friendly chicken tenders at just about any location we get them at. Both of us agreed that the chicken tenders at ABC Commissary seemed extra crispy and almost a little overcooked, but they were still very good.

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Because ABC Commissary also serves fried shrimp, I had a feeling they would serve Ken’s Steakhouse Cocktail Sauce. I asked a cast member about this, and they happily brought me several cups of it. I love that Ken’s Steakhouse condiments are gluten free, and I really like dipping my fries and tenders in this particular sauce whenever I can get it.

Overall

ABC Commissary doesn’t have any special theming or extra special food items. But they do provide a solid quick service meal for lunch and dinner. While lunch is a bit more basic, dinner has some more filling items like ribs. We personally love the allergy-friendly chicken tenders any time of day for a filling and tasty meal, and we’re glad that ABC Commissary can provide us with this and several other options.

Have you been to ABC Commissary? What did you order when you dined there?

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*This gluten free dining experience took place in May 2018.

Dinner at Remy

Remy, a signature dining location on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy cruise ships, is the most upscale of any of the restaurants on the Disney Cruise Line (and maybe any cruise ship out there). It’s essentially Victoria & Albert’s on the high seas, which means it’s definitely a special occasion or fancy date night kind of restaurant. Like Palo, Remy is an adults only restaurant and comes with a bit of a hefty price tag at $95 per person for dinner. Of course, when you consider the price of Victoria & Albert’s or any other high end restaurant on land, this is actually not a bad price. So, if you’re interested in fine dining or just want to channel your inner Ratatouille, we highly recommend Remy if you’re sailing on the Disney Dream or Disney Fantasy. It is a quite popular location, so be sure to book in advance when possible. If you don’t, there are often openings at Remy for dinner, if you check on during embarkation day.

When we were planning our most recent cruise on the Disney Dream, I knew we wanted to dine at least one adults only restaurant. Of course, when we found out that Palo is now offering a brunch on the Nassau port day, having brunch and then dinner at either Palo and Remy seemed like a great option. I asked Brandon, who had never been on the Disney Cruise Line, which restaurant he preferred for dinner. And, he said he’d love to try Remy for the experience alone. And experience we did.

Hands down, our meal at Remy was the best dining experience we’ve ever had in our lives. We both agreed that it was just perfection from the service to the food and everything in between. So, let’s take a look at our meal at Remy. Our dinner was 3 hours long, so be prepared for lots of photos and details about this restaurant experience.

Atmosphere

Remy is located on Deck 12 of the Disney Dream. From the moment you step into the adults only dining area, you know you’re going to experience something special. Both Palo and Remy have very different themes. And, as you’ll see, Remy is inpsired not only by the animated film Ratatouille but by classic Art Nouveau designs.

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Besides enjoying dinner here, we also took a free tour during our Nassau day called “The Art of the Theme,” which I highly recommend. It took us through areas like Palo, Remy, and other areas on the ship to look at the theming and design. It was about an hour long and so fascinating. While on the tour, we were able to get a lot of photos and a ton of information about the development of both Remy and Palo.

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When you enter Remy, you’ll notice a large wine cellar to your immediate right. While it might seem like it’s just a ton of wine bottles and nothing special, be sure to stop and take a look at these 3 wines shown above. All three of these wines were featured in the animated film Ratatouille and are very rare bottles of wine. In fact, one of them is only 1 of only a handful of bottles left in the world, as it was made during World War II when the wine making was dramatically affected. It’s marked at a shocking $25,000. Yikes!

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Remy offers guests a cozy and intimate dining experience, so the tables are fairly spread out. And, the restaurant does stagger their seating schedule. As you can see from the photo above, the Art Nouveau theme is present in the carpets and general decor. You’ll also notice large windows with a panoramic view perfect when you’re dining at sunset and sailing on the high seas.

Don’t forget to use those lovely little stools next to the tables. You can place your cameras, purses, or other small items when you dine here.

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Most of the tables near the windows have seating for 2 people. But, we saw several larger groups seated there during our meal, as well. The back of the restaurant includes a lot of the larger party tables too.

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Besides the main dining room, Remy also includes the “Gasteau Room” meant to be a replica of Gasteau’s from Ratatouille. It’s super charming, and the decor is totally different than the main dining room. There are even paintings that are meant to resemble an open kitchen and the Paris skyline.

Typically, the Gasteau Room is used for private groups (we were told often for celebrities) because it can be closed off from the main dining room. However, we were also told that you can request to be seated in the Gasteau Room if the room is not booked upon request (and availability).

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While the adult dining isn’t very Disney themed, you will still find some touches. At Remy, this includes tiny Remy carvings in chandeliers, metal-work, and even in the wood on your chairs. How adorable is that?

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Here is a view from our corner table booth (we both thought was the best front table, as it was super cozy) during the first part of our meal. You can see, we had terrific views of the ocean. And, it was gorgeous as sunset began.

The Food

As you can tell, we were both wowed by Remy even before we started eating the food! But, the food definitely took our experience over the top. Let’s dive in…

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In between Remy and Palo is Meridian — a lounge used for guests with reservations or those who want a more upscale lounge experience. They also have a gin and tonic cart. As someone who is a huge G&T fan, I had to get one while we waited for our table at Remy. The gin & tonic cart is super fun because you can mix and match not only which gin and tonic you want, but the bartenders will also add in custom botanicals to your drink.

Both Brandon and I ordered the Monkey 47 – Schwarzwald Dry Gin. I can’t remember the tonic water it was mixed with, but the botanicals included rosemary, cinnamon, lemon, and juniper berries. We were both shocked that this was only $15 a drink, which if you know Disney prices is about average for many of their fancier cocktails. This drink was a super wow and one I would totally get again. Just very flavorful and not overpowering in any way.

As an aside, for those who have celiac disease or are concerned about alcohol that might be distilled with grain. Some gins are naturally gluten free while others are distilled with wheat. According to the University of Chicago Celiac Disease and peer-reviewed scientific research, “in pure spirits, the distillation process makes these beverages safe because the protein is removed. However, flavored spirits may contain malt, and should be avoided.” With this in mind, I do drink gin and I feel no adverse reactions. However, if gin does not make you feel great, there are loads of other drinks you can order too.

Also, I should mention that Remy offers a signature drink called the Collette (which is champagne and vodka based), but our server Jerome saw that we already had drinks and said he didn’t want to overload us with alcohol straight out of the gate and promised to bring something at the end of our meal to cap the occasion. If you’re interested in hearing more..

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Dinner at Raglan Road Irish Pub

Raglan Road Irish Pub, located in Disney Springs, is one of our favorite table service restaurants for good fun, entertainment, and special diets options. In fact, it just might be the restaurant that we’ve written the most dining reviews about. There’s just something about Raglan Road that keeps us coming back again and again. And, we’re not the only ones who agree. It’s received lots of accolades and awards for being just a fantastic restaurant all around. Plus, you just can’t beat the classic Irish fare. On this particular visit, we stopped by Raglan Road with family who had never dined here before. So, we were excited to show off the delicious eats and great atmosphere to them.

Atmosphere

Of course, one of the things that makes Raglan Road so special is the atmosphere and theming. You’ll feel like you visited a proper Irish pub when you step into Raglan Road.

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One of the things I love the most about Raglan Road is the authentic decor. In fact, they actually shipped pieces of the pub, including the wood you see in the photo below directly from Ireland. How cool is that?

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Raglan Road features live entertainment, including Irish step dancing and bands playing Irish music. It can get a little raucous in the main dining room seating area, as you might expect. So, if loud and rowdy atmosphere isn’t your thing, we recommend visiting earlier in the day when the entertainment is a little more low-key or seated in one of the side dining rooms of the restaurant.

Because we had a larger dining party, we were seated in one of the bigger tables in the side dining room. Both Brandon and I were in love with the table seated near a fireplace with cozy chairs. We totally want to ask to sit there on our next visit.

The Food

Raglan Road is not owned and operated by the Disney Company. And, they do not carry an allergy-friendly menu. But, they do a great job at making sure that guests with special dietary needs are well taken care of. Typically, your server will go through the options with you, or consult with the culinary team on your behalf with any questions you might have. Overall, I have always found them to be excellent at accommodating.

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Of course, one of my first things to order at Raglan Road has to be a pint of Magner’s Irish Hard Cider. It’s so good and totally feels like a proper pub drink.

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One of the best things about Raglan Road is that they can make almost all of the fried food options gluten free and dairy free safe in a dedicated fryer. That includes fish and chips, scallops, and as shown in the photo here, onion rings. This is one appetizer I can’t help but order. They’re so good. We shared these with the non-GF eaters in the group, and they enjoyed them a lot too.

Currently, the onion rings are served with a Dalkey Mustard (which is both gluten free and dairy free). But, you can also ask for other condiments too.

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For my entree, I ordered the Boaring Burger which includes a Grilled wild boar burger, Cashel blue cheese, crispy gluten free onion strings, arugula, port and pear chutney with herb aïoli served on a gluten free bun.

Can, I just say this entree is a “wow!” It is one of the most unique burgers I’ve had on Disney property, and it’s a big winner for me. I’ve had it several times and enjoyed it each time. I’m also blown away each time that I order this that they can make gluten free (and dairy free) onion straws to top the burger off. As most of us gluten free folks can attest to, it’s rare to get something like that prepared safely on a gluten free sandwich. I had tried this burger when they were making it a daily special item, and I’m so glad it’s made it to the regular menu now.

Overall

As always, Raglan Road Irish Pub delivers on special diets options, atmosphere, and entertainment. We love that the restaurant works hard to make sure guests enjoy a safe meal and even provides options for food that we might not normally be able to get when dining out. Even better? We find that Raglan Road is a restaurant that is great for all different types of tastes, appetites, and budgets. So, there really is something for everyone. Even with all the new dining locations at Disney Springs, we still make Raglan Road a must-do dining visit.

Have you been to Raglan Road Irish Pub? What did you think of the special diets options available there?

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Breakfast at The Wave

The Wave, located in Disney’s Contemporary Resort, is a table service that is often overlooked by Disney guests. Tucked away on the first floor of the Contemporary Resort, The Wave is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to table service dining. Both Brandon and I really enjoy dinner at The Wave, and I have found breakfast to be equally solid. On this particular occasion, I made an early Sunday morning trip by myself to the Magic Kingdom and stopped by The Wave for breakfast. I hadn’t been for breakfast in quite a while and thought it would be great to check it out again.

Atmosphere

In some of my dinner reviews, I have gone into more detail about the restaurant’s atmosphere. As you can guess from the name, the restaurant reflects both waves and New American cuisine.

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I always appreciate that the restaurant’s entrance looks like an artistic wave.

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I was seated in a small table in the main dining room. As you can see, the wave theme is found in the ceiling and on the chairs. I also like the modern carpet and colorful decor.

The Food

Of course, what I was really at The Wave for was the food! At breakfast this restaurant offers both an a la carte menu and a buffet. With this in mind, I was brought the allergy-friendly breakfast menu and the allergen guide for the buffet. At any time, you can also speak with a chef to discuss options, including having items from the buffet brought directly from the kitchen to avoid cross-contamination.

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On this visit, I opted to order from the a la carte menu. There were quite a few options on it, and the chefs at The Wave are very good at customizing too.

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I decided to order the Omelet Your Way with Your Choice of Ham, Bacon, Mushroom, Onion, Tomato, Cheese, or Spinach with Breakfast Potatoes. This is marked safe for Gluten/Wheat, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies. It can also be made dairy free upon request.

Overall, I really enjoyed my omelet. I ordered mine with ham, onion, spinach, and topped with Tillamook Cheddar (since I’ve reintroduced dairy back into my diet). The omelet was well-cooked and chock full of ingredients. The breakfast potatoes were also quite good and seasoned well. I could have gone without all the peppers and onions, as they weren’t as cooked down as I’d like them to be, but overall, the potatoes were a solid breakfast side.

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I also asked for gluten free toast with my breakfast. The non-special diets version of this entree comes with a biscuit, so it’s worth asking for the side of toast because it was not listed as an included side. I wasn’t charged extra for it, so that was a nice bonus too.

On previous visits, I was served Udi’s Gluten Free bread at both breakfast and dinner. But, on this visit, I was served Ener-G brand bread which is gluten free, dairy free, and vegan (and covers many other special dietary needs too). I also asked for a side of Earth Balance vegan buttery spread for the toast. Though I do eat some dairy now, believe it or not I still prefer the Earth Balance.

The toast itself was quite good, and I have to say that I’ve been impressed with the Ener-G bread that I’ve been served recently. Disney seems to be adding it to more restaurants in place of Udi’s Gluten Free bread. And, I have found that the Ener-G bread tastes better than what I remembered.

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On my way out, my server Victor offered me an iced tea to go. How adorable is the Mickey straw he gave me to go with the drink? Talk about a magical way to end a delicious breakfast.

Overall

The Wave consistently offers a delicious breakfast with a variety of options. Although I did not get them on this visit, guests can speak with a chef about ordering The Wave’s signature sweet potato pancakes gluten free (and dairy free) too. Plus, their options for a la carte and all-you-care-to-enjoy style dining give you plenty to choose from. You definitely won’t go hungry. If dining at a more low-key restaurant is your speed, you’ll appreciate The Wave’s more relaxed and quieter atmosphere too. This is a restaurant that I’ll continue to visit for an occasional breakfast on a lazy Sunday or before heading into the parks.

Have you been to The Wave? What did you enjoy when you dined there?

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The Wave at Disney’s Contemporary Resort (as of 7/2018) – This menu covers the top 8 common allergens (gluten/wheat, milk/dairy, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish). Check with the restaurant for modifications and/or other special dietary needs. 

Note: This menu was introduced as part of Disney’s allergy-friendly menus launch in 2015. 

Appetizers

Continental Breakfast – Allergy-Friendly Muffin and your choice of Coffee or Tea and a choice of Juice – $10
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Soy Allergies

Fresh Fruit Plate – Seasonal assortment of fresh Melons, Berries, and Tropical Fruit – $9
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Entrees

Ham and Cheese Omelet served with Breakfast Potatoes – $14
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

American – Two Eggs cooked to order with Breakfast Potatoes and choice of Bacon, Pork Sausage, or Chicken Sausage – $14
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Eggs Benedict – Two Poached Eggs atop an English Muffin with Canadian Bacon and Hollandaise – $15
For Peanut/Tree Nut and Shellfish Allergies

Egg White Frittata with Seasonal Vegetables, Pico de Gallo, Cheddar, and Allergy-Friendly Toast – $15
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Wave Signature Sweet Potato Pancakes with Pecan-Honey Butter and choice of Bacon, Pork Sausage, or Chicken Sausage – $14
For Fish/Shellfish Allergies

Allergy-Friendly Belgian Waffle with Fruit Compote and choice of Bacon, Pork, or Chicken Sausage – $14
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Omelet Your Way – Choice of Ham, Bacon, Mushroom, Onion, Tomato, Cheese, or Spinach with Breakfast Potatoes – $16
For Gluten/Wheat, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Floridian Eggs Benedict – Two Poached Eggs, Crab Cake with Hollandaise atop toasted English Muffins served with Breakfast Potatoes – $17
For Fish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Chicken and Biscuit – Buttermilk Fried Chicken Breast, House-made Biscuit, Watermelon-Arugula Slaw, and Spiced Maple Syrup – $16
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Avocado Toast – Buttered Brioche Toast, Avocado, Applewood-smoked Bacon, Poached Egg, and Watercress Salad – $10
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Sides

Bacon, Pork Sausage, or Chicken Sausage – $5
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree, and Soy Allergies

Tillamook Cheddar Cheese Grits with Smoked Bacon – $5
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Croissant – $4
For Fish/Shellfish and Soy Allergies

Multigrain Muffin – $4
For Fish/Shellfish and Soy Allergies

Steel-Cut Oatmeal with Fresh Seasonal Fruit – $7
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies
(Sarah’s Note: If you are gluten free, you’ll want to discuss this option with the restaurant as it is not confirmed if these oats are certified gluten free or not)

Kids’ Meals (for guests ages 9 and under) Mickey Check Meal (served with small lowfat milk or small Dasani water) 

Cheese Omelet with Goldish Toast, Sliced Apples, and Strawberry Yogurt – $9
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies; Gluten-Friendly option also available upon request

Or All Entrees served with small lowfat milk, small Dasani water, or small Minute Maid apple juice; choice of one (1) entree 

Entrees

One Egg with Bacon, Potatoes, and Allergy-Friendly Toast – $9
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Allergy-Friendly Silver-Dollar with Butter and Maple Syrup and choice of Bacon or Sausage – $8
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Fresh Fruit Plate – $7
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Allergy-Friendly Mickey Waffles with Maple Syrup and choice of Bacon or Sausage – $8
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

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As always, make sure to contact a Disney Cast Member when ordering so that they can ensure the best standards for dealing with cross contamination, etc.

If you have a new special dietary needs menu and want to share it with readers, you can send it to me via email at gfdf.wdw@gmail.com

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Plaza Restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom (as of 7/2018) – This menu covers the top 8 common allergens (gluten/wheat, milk/dairy, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish). Check with the restaurant for modifications and/or other special dietary needs. 

Note: This menu was introduced as part of Disney’s allergy-friendly menus launch in 2015. 

Appetizer

Wedge Salad – $8
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Loaded Fries or Chips – $8
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Entrees

All Sandwiches served with your choice of

  • Seasonal Vegetables
    For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies
  • Homemade Chips
    For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies
  • French Fries
    For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Home-Style Meatloaf with Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, and Seasonal Vegetables – $21
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Cheese Steak Sandwich – $17
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Grilled Chicken Sandwich topped with Bacon, Remoulade, Tomato, Arugula, and Provolone on an Allergy-Friendly Bun** – $17
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Grilled Reuben – $15
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Fried Green Tomato Sandwich – A Deep-Fried Green Tomato served with Bacon, Arugula, Tomato, and Pepper Jack Cheese topped with Alabama White Barbecue Sauce on an Allergy-Friendly Bun** – $16
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, and Fish/Shellfish Allergies

Plaza Club – $15
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Chicken Strawberry Salad with Zinfandel Dressing – $18
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Angus Chuck Burger on an Allergy-Friendly Bun** – $19
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

**Replacements for Gluten-Friendly Buns may be available upon request

Desserts

Original Banana Split – $10
For Gluten/Wheat and Egg Allergies

The Plaza Restaurant Sundae with Choice of Hot Fudge, Strawberry Sauce, Crushed Pineapple, Chopped Nuts, Whipped Cream, and a Cherry – $7
For Gluten/Wheat and Egg Allergies

Fresh Fruit – $6.
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Kids’ Meals for guests ages 9 and under

Appetizers

Carrots and Rach Dressing
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Tomato Soup
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Sliced Apples
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Garden Salad with Fat-Free Ranch Dressing
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Grapes
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Mickey Check Meals served with choice of small lowfat milk or small Dasani water

Turkey Sandwich
Entrée: Honey-Wheat Bread, Turkey Breast, Lettuce, and Tomato served with Sliced Apples
Dessert: Fresh Fruit
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
Entrée: Peanut Butter and Jelly on Honey-Wheat Bread served with Bananas and Carrots
Dessert: Fresh Fruit
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Milk Allergies

Or
Choose one (1) Beverage, one (1) Entrée, and one (1) Dessert

All entrees below served with choice of small lowfat milk, small Dasani water, or small Minute Maid Apple Juice

Entrees

Hamburger on an Allergy Friendly Bun**
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Grilled Cheese Sandwich on an Allergy Friendly Bun**
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Allergy-Friendly Chicken Tenders
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Desserts

Mickeylodeon
For Egg Allergies

Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies and Milk
For Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Fresh Fruit
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

**Replacements for Gluten-Friendly Buns may be available upon request

French Fries may be substituted upon request
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

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As always, make sure to contact a Disney Cast Member when ordering so that they can ensure the best standards for dealing with cross contamination, etc.

If you have a new special dietary needs menu and want to share it with readers, you can send it to me via email at gfdf.wdw@gmail.com

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Narcoossee’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian (as of 7/2018) – This menu covers the top 8 common allergens (gluten/wheat, milk/dairy, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, fish and shellfish). Check with the restaurant for modifications and/or other special dietary needs. 

Note: This menu was introduced as part of Disney’s allergy-friendly menus launch in 2015. 

Bread Service

Warm Sourdough Bread – Made fresh daily in our Grand Floridian Bakery
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Soup & Salads

Summer Mixed Green Salad – Mixed Greens with House-made Pickled Blackberries, Shallots, Blood Oranges, Candied Walnuts, Cornbread Croutons topped with Aged Goat Cheese and Ice Wine Vinaigrette – $12
For Fish/Shellfish and Soy Allergies

Maine Lobster Bisque – Butter-poached Lobster, Coral, and Chives – $14
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Caesar Salad – Leaves of Crisp Romaine dressed with Traditional Caesar Dressing, topped with crisp Pancetta, Grated House-cured Yolks, and Fried Capers – $13
For Gluten/Wheat, Peanut/Tree Nut, Shellfish, and Soy Allergies

Appetizers

Slow-poached and Chilled Shrimp with Citrus Remoulade – $16
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Crispy Rhode Island Calamari – Peppadew-Banana Pepper-Olive Relish and Tomato Coulis – $16
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Barbecue-grilled Shrimp and Grits – Wild Florida Shrimp with Barbecue Sauce, Low Country Grits, Cherrywood-smoked Bacon, and Pickled Green Tomato Chow-chow – $19
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Artisanal Cheeses- Four tasting portions from around the world with Accompaniments – $19
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Shrimp and Crab Cake – Creamy Rémoulade Sauce, Red Quinoa-Cabbage Slaw – $15
For Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Entrees

Surf ‘n Turf – Sirloin Steak with a steamed Lobster Tail, Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Sauteed Baby Summer Squash – $52
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Steamed Twin Maine Lobster Tails – Fingerling Potatoes and Delta Asparagus – $67
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Steamed Twin Maine Lobster Tails – Fingerling Potatoes and Delta Asparagus – $72
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Cider-glazed Berkshire Pork Tenderloin – Braised Red Cabbage, Wood Ear Mushrooms, crispy Anson Mills Polenta – $38
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Pan Seared Halibut – Toy Box Tomatoes, Marble Potatoes, and Basil Aïoli – $45
For Gluten/Wheat, Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Native Hebridean Salmon – Sea Island Peas, Carolina Gold Rice, Wild Chanterelle Purée with House-made Vidalia Onion Relish – $39
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Pan-seared Georges Bank Day Boat Scallops – House-made Parisian Gnocchi, Shiitake Mushrooms, Virginia Ham, English Peas, Preserved Meyer Lemon Emulsion – $46
For Fish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Grass Fed Filet Mignon or Black Angus New York Strip Steak – Roasted Fingerling Potatoes, Sauteed Baby Summer Squash, and Red Wine-Oxtail Reduction – $49
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Enhancements

Delta Asparagus with Crackle Prosciutto and Parmesan – $13
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Narcoossee’s Signature Mashed Potatoes – Boniato-Idaho Mashed Potatoes, Applewood-smoked Bacon, Tillamook Cheddar, and Chives – $9
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Sauce Béarnaise – $6
For Gluten/Wheat, Fish/Shellfish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Desserts

Chocolate Torte, a No Sugar Added Dessert with Chocolate Crème and Raspberries – $11
For Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Almond-crusted Cheesecake with Lambert Cherry Sauce – $12
For Peanut Allergies

Raspberry Sorbet with Melon, Pineapple, and Berries – $9
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Seasonal Bundt Cake – Strawberries, Lambert Cherry Sauce, and Soy Ice Cream – $11
For Milk and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Coconut and Chocolate Crème Brulee – Layered Coconut and Chocolate with Whipped Chantilly Cream and Toasted Coconut – $11
For Gluten/Wheat and Peanut Allergies

Artisanal Cheese Selection – Four tasting portions from around the world with Prosciutto and Accompaniments – $19
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Kids’ Menu (for guests ages 9 and under)

*This Portion of the Menu Last Updated May 2015.

Appetizers

Chopped Romaine Salad with Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Carrots, Ranch Dressing, and Goldfish Crackers – $4.00
For Fish/Shellfish and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Seasonal Fruit Cup – $4.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Mickey Check Meals – Served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Dasani Water

Grilled Chicken Breast – $13.00
Entrée: Grilled Chicken Breast with Brown Basmati and Seasonal Vegetables
Dessert: Seasonal Fruit Salad
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Oven-roasted Wild Shrimp – $15.00
Entrée: Oven-roasted Wild Shrimp with Brown Basmati and Seasonal Vegetables
Dessert: Seasonal Fruit Salad
For Egg, Fish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Veggie Burger – $11.00
Entrée: Veggie Burger on a Multigrain Bun with Seasonal Vegetables
Dessert: Seasonal Fruit Salad
For Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Mickey Pasta with House-made Tomato Sauce – $12.00
Entrée: Mickey Pasta with House-made Tomato Sauce and Seasonal Vegetables
Dessert: Seasonal Fruit Salad
For Milk, Egg, Fish, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Or

Entrees

Grilled Flat Iron Steak with Roasted Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables – $13.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, Milk, Peanut/Tree Nut, and Soy Allergies

Hamburger with Potato Puffs and Seasonal Vegetables – $7.00
For Fish/Shellfish, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Brown Rice Pasta Macaroni & Cheese – $8.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Crispy Fried Chicken Tenders with Potato Puffs and Seasonal Vegetables – $8.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Fish/Shellfish, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Desserts

Chocolate-Chip Cookie Banana Split – $6.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Milk, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Make-Your-Own S’mores – $6.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, and Peanut/Tree Nut Allergies

Vanilla-Coconut Frozen Dessert with Chocolate Sauce – $4.00
For Gluten/Wheat, Egg, Milk, Peanut and Soy Allergies

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As always, make sure to contact a Disney Cast Member when ordering so that they can ensure the best standards for dealing with cross contamination, etc.

If you have a new special dietary needs menu and want to share it with readers, you can send it to me via email at gfdf.wdw@gmail.com

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