As we get closer and closer to the summer, it’s time for Walt Disney World guests to start looking for ways to beat the heat. Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks are the go-to spots to do just that and today the Disney Parks Blog has shared a look at some tasty new menu items for guests to enjoy on their adventures to these two parks.
- At Blizzard Beach, guests can enjoy the new Blizzard Burger, topped with cheddar and a sweet and smoky ham-jam on a pretzel bun, served with cole slaw and steak fries.
- There are also new plant-based rice bowls for those looking for a lighter option.
- Of course, no meal is complete without dessert and Blizzard Beach is now offering a chocolate-dipped key lime pie.
- If that doesn’t satisfy your sweet tooth, you can also pick up one of four new milkshakes, available in salted caramel, peppermint, chocolate, or vanilla.
- At Typhoon Lagoon, guests can try the new guacamole flight with vegetable, pineapple bacon, and shrimp varieties.
- New meal options include a jerk chicken rice bowl and a plant-based bratwurst sandwich,
- Walt Disney World has also announced the new Splash Pack, consisting of:
- Select food entrées and dessert options
- A refillable Disney Water Park mug
- Disney-themed towel to take home
- Guests will be able to choose from “Lilo and Stitch,” “Toy Story,” “Finding Nemo” and of course, Mickey Mouse-themed towels as a souvenir.
- The Splash Pack is available March 26-May 4, 2019 and will be $44 per person, plus tax.
- The Splash Pack is available for purchase at Singapore Sal’s at Typhoon Lagoon or the Beach Haus at Blizzard Beach.
ICYMI – More Walt Disney World news:
- Disney and the NBA have announced that the NBA Experience at Disney Springs will open August 12, 2019.
- the LEGO Store at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World will be hosting a signing event with the designer of the new Steamboat Willie LEGO set.
- The Walt Disney Company is reportedly facing two lawsuits after two different sets of tourists have claimed to be injured on the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom.