Before & After: Paddlefish Crab House? [Polls]

Time for some seafood, folks!  Tons of it, actually.  I’ve reviewed them both.  In fact, we dropped by Fulton’s Crab House way back in April of 2016.

Check out their cuisine at …

Dining Recon: Take a Final Look at Fulton’s!

My friends, you had to have loved their Lobster Corn Dogs!  Crunchy and loaded with lobster meat.  Yum!

Of course, almost one year later – in March of 2017 – the response to my Paddlefish trip report was nothing short of epic.

Packed with shots of the restaurant’s brand-new decor, as well as filled with two separate meals full of food, take a peek back at …

Disney Springs’ New “Crown Jewel” – Paddlefish [Dozens of Pics!]

Recognized by the restaurant, themselves, on their social media streams, this was one of All in WDW’s most-read posts in 2017!

The staff is fantastic.  The food is phenomenal.  And, the executive chef actually took the time to visit with us in person.  In fact, we were so impressed, we dined there twice in two days!

Plus, I have great news, my friends.  Paddlefish serves Fulton’s corn dogs!  Served with a sweet chili aïoli, they’re a bit pricey ($16!), but they are there!

Anyway, having said all of that, I have some questions for you.  Have you experienced both venues?  Which do you prefer?  For us, it’s clear … we’ll “paddle” through Disney Springs any day!  How about you?

What? More New Restaurants in Disney Springs?!

Howdy, folks!  Pull up your stools at the Main Street Pub and join John and Doug as they discuss all of the latest news and rumors from around Walt Disney World!

What?  Are there more dining options coming to Disney Springs … as well as to Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort?!  Hey!  Will the Hall of Presidents ever re-open?

Crack open a frosty beverage, my friends, and get the answers to these burning questions and much, much more on this week’s episode!  Find it at …

Episode 414 – Our Weekly News!

Step into the pub, folks, and grab a stool! It’s another exciting episode of the WDW Main Street Podcast!

Forget the Sushi! Let’s Dine on Pizza and Beer!

You’ll have to forgive me, folks.  I need to pass along one more little Splitsville “blast”.  This time, let’s dine on pizza and beer!

Actually, I might have been able to entitle this post as another in, what is becoming, a long list of Disney “before and after” reports.

How so?  Well, check this out … Splitsville used to serve their beer in an ice cold, frozen chalice.  Deliciously refreshing!

Now, however?  Well, they’ve taken a big step back in my mind.  Instead of setting themselves apart by serving that impressively unique chalice, they’ve switched to …

A much more mundane presentation, the beer is still cold and enjoyable, but I have to admit … a little bit of Splitsville’s “magic” has disappeared.  Too bad.

When it comes to foods, two of my personal favorites are, you guessed it, sushi and pizza!  Hey!  Why do you think I’ve devoted the last three days to both delights?!

Check out yesterday’s post – Dining Recon: Splitsville Luxury Lanes! Better Sushi Than California Grill?!

Anyway, for $17, this Meat Lovers is a very shareable meal.  Plus, loaded with smoked sausage, pepperoni, bacon, and Italian meatballs, it’s a delicious pie!

Wow!  Great pizza.  Ice cold beer.  How can you ever lose with that combination?

If you, too, want to enjoy great food, give Splitsville a shot.  Hey!  They’re not your everyday ordinary bowling alley, you know!

Dining Recon: Splitsville Luxury Lanes! Better Sushi Than California Grill?!

Oh, you bet, it is!  It’s a ‘cold-as-sushi’ fact!  In our opinions, Splitsville’s sushi is much, much better than that served by the Contemporary’s Signature jewel.

Now, don’t get me wrong.  We love California Grill.  We really do!  On a dollar-to-dollar basis, however, Disney’s “luxury” bowling alley wins any sushi showdown between the two restaurants … no contest!

See yesterday’s post – Dining Recon: Sushi at California Grill!

Hey!  The quality is equivalent, at the very least!  What’s the difference, then?  Hah!  Check out the alley’s full menu, but focus on the sushi!

On this particular day, we shared three rolls.  The Volcano Roll ($16) is one of my personal favorites.  Why?  I just love the ‘spicy volcano krab mix’ on top of the roll!

The Alberto ($13) is a healthy and unusual presentation.  No rice!  Lean protein.  Plenty of veggies.  Wrapped in thinly-sliced cucumber!  Quite refreshing.

Finally, how could we not end with the “king” of sushi rolls?  The Crouching Dragon ($16) is a meal in and of itself!  Take a look!  There’s that ‘krab mix’ again!

All in, $45 for those three rolls, folks.  Look back at yesterday’s post, and you’ll see that we paid $50 for what were assuredly much smaller portions.

Again, in sum, great sushi at both locations, but, in our book, the “bowling alley” at Disney Springs has Contemporary’s flagship beat … no questions!

Celebrate Christmas in Disney Springs … Presented by ResortTV1!

Good morning, folks!  Are you in a festive mood today?  The first of this season’s holidays is two days away, and Walt Disney World is bursting with Christmas cheer!

Mrs. All in WDW and I can’t wait to visit in a few weeks.  There will be Christmas trees, Holiday Kitchens, lots of food, adult beverages, decorations, and gingerbread cookies!  Yum!  We can’t wait!

Until then, we’re enjoying Mickey’s celebration vicariously through our friends at ResortTV1.  Josh, Jenna, and their families bring it all to you five (or more!) days per week on YouTube!

Today?  Join Jenna as she brings us all on a tour of Disney Springs.  Check out “downtown’s” Christmas decorations and, most importantly, 2017’s Christmas Tree Trail!

Enjoy it by clicking on the picture below!