Wow! Now, We Have 400 Reasons to Celebrate!

What a milestone we celebrate today, folks!  With this post, the WDW Main Street Podcast celebrates its 400th episode!

Wow!  400?!  Are you kidding me?  Who can talk that much for that long?  Um, the answer to that question will reveal itself to you in just a few seconds.

Naturally, I didn’t personally participate in all 400 shows.  Not even close.  Neither has John Peters, for that matter.  Even our retired colleague – Dennis Conroy – came on board well after the podcast was born.

Who can talk that much for that long?  The show’s founder and host, of course.  Yes, it is Doug Davis who has that incredible “gift of gab”.

Doug and I at Laguna Bar!

Main Street was his brain-child.  He’s hosted or co-hosted every single episode.  In truth, it is Doug that deserves all the credit for this feat!  Congratulations, Doug!  What a phenomenal accomplishment!

My friends, join John and myself, as we congratulate Doug.  Attend our little party.  Step into the WDW Main Street Pub and listen to …

Episode #400 – 400 Reasons to Celebrate!

Which Four WDW Table Services Engage in “Menu Battles”? Check it out!

“Menu battles”?  Huh?  Bob, what in The World are “menu battles”?  Um, great question, my friends.  There is only one way to discover the answer to that quite perplexing question!

Join Doug, John, and I at the Main Street Pub as we engage in a little game of “menu battles”!  John and I are on the “hot seat” as four anonymous WDW Table Services step up to compete!

Will we guess which restaurants are offering up their menus?  Which spots will win their match-ups?  We think you’ll be quite surprised by the results!  Check it out at …

Episode #397 – Menu Battles!

“Flash Report”: BaseLine Tap House Opens for Business! Get Your First Look Here!

By Evan Chaisson

Good old Writer’s Stop has new life as its space has become BaseLine Tap House!  It opened today at 11 AM, folks, at Disney’s ever-transforming Hollywood Studios!

Of course, my wife and I are here giving it an initial try.  Let me give you a quick rundown …

The restaurant has a very upbeat atmosphere and a good vibe to it, I’d say.  There is plenty of seating … both indoors and outdoors.  For food, they simply serve snacks and small plates.

You have nine California beers to choose from, and they come in either a 16 ounce or 22 ounce pour.  You can also buy beer flights for which you get to choose any of four beers – a 5 ounce pour each.

They have a great selection, too!  The price points aren’t too bad, as a 22 ounce glass will run you $9.50.  A flight is $10.50.  Hey!  In addition, each beer comes with a card describing its taste.  An added little bonus, as it’s a piece of Disney swag you can take home with you!

I hope you enjoyed this sample of pics, everyone.  You sure do get a good flavor of what BaseLine has to offer!  We think this place is going to be pretty darn popular!

Ladies’ Night @ the WDW Main Street Pub!

Step into the WDW Main Street Pub, my friends, for a … not-so-run-of-the-mill experience!  It’s “lady’s night”, folks!  Hey!  You can’t miss this!  How often do we get “proof positive” that our compadre, Doug Davis, isn’t always right?

Pull up a chair and listen to Carmen, Judith, and Jen as they educate Doug and John on all things Walt Disney World.  What’re their favorite attractions, resorts, and restaurants?  Find it out by listening to …

Episode #395 – Ladies’ Night @ The Main Street Pub!

French Trivia Answered! Who Misses the Earffel Tower? [Poll]

Marvelous Monday, my friends!  Shake off those beginning-of-the-week blues and get after the week!

So … did you tackle yesterday’s trivia question?  No?  Here’s your chance to take a step back and test your Epcot IQ … click this link!

How tall is Disney’s version of France’s Eiffel Tower, you ask?  Why, it reaches 103 feet into the Florida sky!

The challenge turned out to be a little bit tougher than I expected.  Only 24% of you got it right!  Congrats to those of you who scored with the correct choice.

Of course, the Eiffel Tower inspired another piece of Walt Disney World, as well.  Even if it was by its name only.

Opened on May 1, 1989, the Earffel Tower was once a Hollywood Studios park icon.

Based on water towers commonly found in 20th century movie studios, Disney closed this structure on April 29, 2016.  It leads me to ask …