We return to Flying Fish, the BoardWalk-area signature restaurant located on Crescent Lake and to the right of AbracadaBar and Trattoria al Forno.
This is the website’s second review of Flying Fish, post-refurbishment, with the first look available here. But since the first review only included phone pictures and with a recent menu update, I thought it would be prudent to make a return visit.
You have the very rare opportunity to meet me in real life at my one contractually obligated meet and greet of the year. I’ll be joined by Dave from yourfirstvisit.net and Steve from MilitaryDisneyTips.com on Sunday September 24th from 5:30pm through about 6:30pm at Tomorrowland Terrace. As always, Dave’s site is a fantastic resource for information on the resorts in particular. Steve follows with great advice for military families looking to save money and/or stay at the Shades of Green Resort. He also heads my security detail.
The meet is part of our worldwide* effort to promote what is still Amazon’s highest-rated Walt Disney World guidebook series of all time. We’d be happy to sign whatever edition of the book you have or will smile and nod when you tell us that you left your copy at home.
I try very hard to be nice and I guarantee that our interaction will only be 65.2%-75.8% as awkward as you expect.
You can find us up here and to the right at 5:30pm this Sunday. We look forward to seeing you!
D-Luxe Burger opened with the rest of Town Center back in May 2016.
With a total of two registers, lines like the one above aren’t uncommon during peak evening hours, particularly on the weekends. You might remember that I typically recommend visiting Disney Springs during the day and instead heading to a theme park at night, rather than the other way around. Disney Springs on a Saturday can be every bit as busy as Main Street a half hour before the fireworks.
Fortunately, D-Luxe offers mobile order via the My Disney Experience:
Craft Beer is located inside of the Odyssey Building again this year, which doubles as the “Legacy Showplace” with Epcot’s 35th anniversary coming up on October 1st.
Where that arrow is pointing, sort of behind Test Track and on the alternate walkway into World Showcase as you head towards Mexico, is where you’ll find this oasis.
Hawaii with an apostrophe returns in the same location as the first Marketplace kiosk you’ll run into on the walk towards Canada. This makes it incredibly popular from 12pm-5pm and typically less so after that.
Hawaii doubles the number of food items it offers this year, in addition to switching up the tuna. The Maui beer arrives in place of last year’s Kona Big Wave.