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6 Dining Changes at Walt Disney World ALL Guests Should Be Aware Of (January 2019)

Though it may not initially seem like it, Walt Disney World has truly come into its own in recent years as a real food lover’s paradise. If you count yourself as one of the many who love eating their way around the Walt Disney World parks and resorts, there are some big changes taking effect right now you should know about.

For January's dining update, Disney's Hollywood Studios gets limited edition treats as part of an upcoming event, DVC members get new dining perks, free dining returns to Walt Disney World, plus we get a new look at an upcoming Disney Springs eatery! 

1. Special food will be available at Disney's Hollywood Studios beginning next week as part of "Incredibles" special event 

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On January 18th, Disney's Hollywood Studios will kick off An Incredible Celebration, which will bring special character experiences as well as food & beverage offerings to the park at the pop-up Neighborhood Bakery shop, which will be located in the former Pixar Place area of the park and will have Incredibles-themed treats and snacks including the Num Num Cookie, Hero Sandwich, and Mrs. Incredible’s Mask with Cheese.

2. DVC Members can now book special Epcot Festival of the Arts Dessert Party

Disney Vacation Club members can now book a special Disney on Broadway Dessert Party at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts on February 25th. Event attendees will enjoy guaranteed seating at one of the evening’s Disney on Broadway concerts and an 8:30-9:30 PM fireworks dessert party before getting the chance to meet Disney on Broadway stars during cocktail hour from 9:30-10:30 PM in the DVC Member Lounge.

Performers will include Ashley Brown (Broadway’s original Mary Poppins), Josh Strickland (Broadway’s original Tarzan), Alton Fitzgerald White (Broadway’s record-breaking Lion King, with 4,308 performances as Mufasa) and Kissy Simmons (Nala in “The Lion King.”)

The cost to book this experience is $77 for adults and $52 for children. DVC Members will need to call Member Services beginning today for details and reservations.

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