A new steakhouse will open at Disney Springs in 2015.
STK Orlando, owned by The ONE Group Hospitality, Inc., will be located in the new Landing area of Disney Springs. At 14,000 square feet and two-stories tall, STK Orlando will be one of the largest STK locations in the world.
“We are thrilled to join the Disney Springs family with the launch of STK Orlando,” Jonathan Segal, CEO of The ONE Group said. “The combination of an innovative menu and high-energy atmosphere has driven the success of STK, and we believe it will be an ideal addition to Disney Springs, and will help further cement its status as a place for friends and family to gather for fine dining and entertainment.”
Head on over to our new Buzzfeed Quiz to prove just how big a Magic Kingdom fan you are. The quiz has a huge checklist of past and current attractions at the Magic Kingdom. Let us know how many you got in the comments below!
I came across a really cool company recently that I wanted to share with all of you!
Mom Approved Costumes makes costumes for dress-up, Halloween and any other reason your child can find to don a costume (and let’s be honest, even grocery shopping seems to be a reason for some kids!). These aren’t your regular glittery, itchy, way-too-warm-for-Florida costumes, these are comfy and very well made. Every parent that has ever taken their child to Walt Disney World has dealt with the pressure to have the princess dress or the pirate get-up, but they have also seen the pile of glitter and itchy mess those costumes leave behind. They’re usually not machine washable (bye-bye ice cream cone) and they give you a full-blown panic attack each time your child climbs into a ride vehicle or sits on a curb for the parade! I can’t tell you how many times we had to take the Cinderella dress on and off throughout a day at the Magic Kingdom last year. She wanted it on for pictures but it was too itchy for rides. She’d ask to have it on for the parade (the princesses would see her!) but then she was too warm to keep it on!
I was impressed by the prices of the costumes. Instead of the scary price tag you find in the parks, most of the prices I found on the site were in the $30-$40 range. You can put these babies right in the washer and move along with your day!
So what do you think? Will you be dressing your little one up this trick-or-treat season? This website might be worth checking out if so!
Just in case we weren’t already guessing this, check out this article from the Orlando Sentinel. Disney has officially confirmed that the Norwegian boat ride will be leaving and Anna and Elsa are moving in.
With the opening of the much-anticipated Marketplace Co-Op at Downtown Disney, I am excited to tell you that many of the offerings available at the WDW location are now available online as well!
Head over to www.disneystore.com/MarketplaceCoOp for great new finds from current Marketplace Co-Op stores like Cherry Tree Lane, Disney Centerpiece and Beautifully Disney. There is even a chance (I stress the word chance) that we will see the new Vera Bradley Bouncing Bouquet collection available online in the future as well!