If you’re thinking about booking a spot on the Disney Wish—or have already—you know you’ve got some great cinematic dining options. But what if you just want a quick bite without the show? The all-new Disney Wish also has you covered on the casual dining front.
We now know a bit more about the casual dining options you’ll find aboard the Disney Wish cruise ship. No surprise, you’ve got more choices than you can shake a fork at.
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Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods
When you’re strolling the upper decks with an appetite, you need only pop over to Mickey & Friends Festival of Food. That’s one of the go-to spots for casual dining on the Disney Wish.
Living up to its name, Festival of Food offers up a plethora of unique dining stations. These spots cover all the basics and bases when it comes to cravings.
Mickey & Friends Festival of Food includes five booths for your noshing needs:
- Mickey’s Smokestack Barbecue
- Donald’s Cantina
- Daisy’s Pizza Pies
- Goofy’s Grill
- Sweet Minnie’s Ice Cream
Though Disney hasn’t revealed the menus for this handful of eateries, the names give you a pretty good idea of what you might expect. Ice cream, pizza, and Mexican food—oh my!
Mickey & Friends Festival of Food offers plenty of personality, drawing inspiration from classic animated shorts starring everyone’s favorite mouse. This means it works naturally alongside the Mickey & Friends family district found on the upper decks.
This is a Disney Cruise we’re talking about, so you know you’ve got more options than even that. On top of the five dining stations at Mickey & Friends Festival of Food, you’ll find 10 more food stalls at Marceline Market.
Named for the small town in Missouri where Walt Disney lived for five years and gained a passion for cartooning, the Marceline Market has Disney all over it. And all in it as well! Because each station is run by a character from a Disney film.
The stations are themed after movies like Tangled, Ratatouille, and Alice in Wonderland among others. There’s also a café-style beverage bar in the middle of the market for all your sipping needs.
On top of all these casual dining options, Disney Wish also offers several unique dining experiences, including Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure. If you’ve got time for dinner and a show, Disney Wish has you covered.
Like you need the extra incentive to go on a cruise? Disney Wish sets sail on June 9, 2022, and you can book your trip now. C’mon—you deserve a getaway.
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