What’s new in Disney World

There’s been so many recent updates in Disney World we thought we’d write up a quick post to let you all know about the exciting changes and new openings in Disney World.


Tiffins Restaurant

Vegetable Curry – Image from Easywdw.com

Tiffins is a brand new Signature Restaurant that recently opened in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Since Tiffins is a signature restaurant the pricing is pretty steep here. Tiffins offers a vegan item on the menu, Roasted Market Vegetable Curry, which features a Lime Chutney and Spring Vegetables. You can get this dish at the price of $29.


Nomad Lounge

Nomad Lounge – Image from Easywdw.com

Next to Tiffins is a new bar called Nomad Lounge. Here you can find signature drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Additionally there is a Vegetarian Summer Roll here that is vegan.


B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co.

Image from Niki @WDWToadhall on Twitter
Image from Niki @WDWToadhall on Twitter

There have been a bunch of new openings at Disney Springs recently. One of the new openings is a kiosk called B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. which features a vegan Field Roast sausage. You will need to ask for a pretzel bun as the regular bun has yet to be confirmed that it is vegan full time. You can always ask to check the allergy binder here.


Sprinkle’s Cupcakes

Sprinkles – Image from Mousesteps.com

Another opening in Disney Springs is Sprinkle’s Cupcakes. Sprinkles is a cupcake chain that has been around for years. They offer a single vegan option, the red velvet cupcake.


Soarin’ Around the World

Epcot’s Soarin’ over California is no more! Recently the new film, Soarin’ Around the World, features highlights around the world opened in replace of Soarin’ over California. This film hits new spots like the Taj Mahal, Paris and the Pyramids of Giza.

Sunshine Seasons Breakfast - Image from @Cherylp3 on Twitter
Sunshine Seasons Breakfast – Image from @Cherylp3 on Twitter

Now that Soarin’ is reopened, Sunshine Seasons, which is located next to Soarin’, is now offering breakfast again. It doesn’t seem like they are too accommodating, as you can see from Cheryl’s picture above, but for a quick light option after an early Fastpass+ it isn’t too bad.


Frozen Ever After

Frozen Ever After has finally opened in Epcot. This ride has replaced the once loved Maelstrom in the Norway Pavilion. Because of the popularity of this ride, a portion of World Showcase is now open before 11. The Mexico pavilion is now offering breakfast, sorry no vegan options here, but we’re hoping this trend will offer a few other breakfast options in Epcot.

It’s the time of year where restaurants are constantly updating their menus. We’re trying our hardest to keep these up to date right now, if you go somewhere and experience something different than what we have listed, please let us know!

Author: Melissa

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

2 thoughts

  1. Thank you guys so much for your blog and these updates! It’s so nice to have constant eyes out there for us vegans! 🙂

  2. Getting ready for our February 2017 trip to celebrate my 60th! This vegan
    is so grateful for your help! Can’t wait for vegan Tongo Toast & so much more!

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