WDW Main Street – Episode #305 – Our Sunday News!

Hello, folks!  On our latest episode, Doug and Dennis discuss the latest news from around The World.  But, where are John and I?

Well, while I’m lost on a “business trip” in Nashville, TN, John joins the guys for a live report from the parks.  Where is he going for his 20th anniversary dinner?

Listen to “WDW Main Street – Episode #305 – Our Sunday News!” and you’ll find out!

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Dining Recon: Oasis Bar & Grill

Speaking of pool bars.  Let’s hop down the Monorail loop, shall we?  The Polynesian Village Resort is very-often considered to be one of Disney’s best Deluxe accommodations.

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Loaded with South Pacific flair, it’s most-known for its ultra-popular Table Service venues – ‘Ohana and Kona Cafe.

When it comes to Counter Services, however, Captain Cook’s ‘quickly’ comes to mind.  Well, the captain has a bit of competition now, I’d say!

Folks, meet Oasis Bar & Grill!  I have to confess … I had to sneak into this spot.  It’s reserved for resort Guests only!  Anything for you, my friends!

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The Poly’s newest pool bar, as you can see, Oasis is a great looking spot.  It also offers fantastic views with plenty of seating!

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Their menu offers plenty of options …

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Remember how much I loved Food & Wine’s Kalua Pork Sliders?  Well, check it out!  Oasis serves their own recipe!

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So, how were they?  Well, at $9.99, they were relatively economical.  Food & Wine charged $4.25 for one.  Oasis serves three!

Taste-wise?  Um, Food & Wine definitely “wins” the battle.  The Oasis sliders were a bit dry.

Food & Wine’s pork, by comparison, was much more moist and tender.  Having said that, it wasn’t a bad meal.  A quick lunch and a refreshing beverage.  A nice afternoon repast.

Oasis Bar & Grill, Disney fans.  If you’re staying at Poly, try it!  If not, and you try to sneak in … well, you didn’t get the idea from me!