Disney Sisters: Disney's Art Of Animation Tour - Dining

Disney's Art Of Animation Tour - Dining

 Watch our Disney's Art Of Animation Video Tour of  the "Landscape Of Flavors" food court and dining rooms as Michelle Clegg, Food & beverage operations manager talks about what's on the menu. 
Eat in the "The Lion King" seating area for a "Hukuna Matata" kind of feeling or start your day off
at "the drop off" with "Finding Nemo." You can also eat "Under The Sea" with "The Little Mermaid" and  go cruising down Route 66 into "Radiator Springs" with Lightning McQueen in the "Cars" dining room.

You can eat at a different seating areas for every meal or stay with your favorite Disney/Pixar movie, it's all  part of the "Create Your Own Dining Experience." Guests will also be able to create their own plate or palate. With salad bars, yogurt bars, omelets stations and pasta bars the creative options to explore your meal choices are endless. There are many "healthier options" on the menu and not just for adults, teens, tweens and younger kids have lots of new choices too! Next time we go to Walt Disney World you can find us at the Art Of Animation Resort.
Whole wheat pasta and turkey meatballs anyone??? 

Don't miss our Inside Disney's Art Of Animation Lobby Photos Tour!

 Disney's Art Of Animation Resort: First Look

P.S. Watch the top video as we reveal a totally awesome Hidden Mickey in Ariel's Grotto,
Under The Sea in "The Little Mermaid" dining room.

"Enjoy a stay and a starring role in your favorite Disney / Pixar film."
 -Rick Allen, General Manager

If you're ready to stay at Disney's Art of Animation Resort,
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Full Disclosure: We were invited to the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. Walt Disney World offered a special discounted rate for all attendees and their families. This is a once in a lifetime experience and we are grateful to Disney for allowing us to participate. We'll be sharing unique things seen and heard throughout the Celebration. Please keep in mind these our own personal thoughts and opinions, not those of the Walt Disney Company.

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