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Disneyworld Is Home To One Of The World’s Most Secret Food Challenges

If you’re a foodie and vacationing to Disneyworld, chances are you’re gonna spend a lot of time at Epcot. That makes sense, because the food there is diverse and exceptional.

However, make sure to visit the other parks, too. There’s some delicious foodie treasures hiding within all of Disneyworld, but none is more secretive than the Rio Grande Nacho Challenge hidden inside the Magic Kingdom.

Here’s the details you need to obtain this hefty meal: Head over to Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe in the Frontierland section of the park between 3 and 6 pm. Tell one of the cast members you want to order the secret nachos.

From there, it’s a plethora of hoopla, celebration, and gluttonous consumption of nachos that were perfectly captured by both YouTube channel HellthyJunkFood and the Disney Food Blog Guide. You’re served a whopping portion of nachos big enough to feed 6-8 people, so if you’re not feeling like taking the whole thing down by yourself, feel free to bring some friends along.

As long as the entire platter of nachos is finished, you’ll get the reward of a custom Sheriff’s badge and a certificate of completion for completing this challenge, so feel free to bring the squad for a fun time. If you’re feeling game, though, definitely try to take this whole thing down on your own, and let us know if you do.


Watch Video of Disney’s Enchanting New Beauty & The Beast Restaurant


Disney is killing the game with their latest addition to the Magic Kingdom: A Beauty & The Beast-themed restaurant. If you’ve seen Disney’s classic animated film, you’ll be mesmerized by this video tour that walks you through the Ballroom to the Rose Gallery. The detail that went into creating a realistic experience that could live up to the beloved animated film is apparent in the refulgent splendor of every room. Ominous gargoyles guard the entrance, enormous chandeliers hang from the ceiling and stained glass mosaics capture iconic moments from the movie. Simulated snow even “falls” outside the windows for added realism.

The menu also aims to achieve the same high standard as the decor itself. A French-inspired menu offers guests dinner entrees such oven-baked layered Ratatouille for $15.99 and Thyme-scented Pork Rack Chop for $21.99. A wine and beer list is also available, featuring  French and Belgian imports.

However, the spell is momentarily broken for those ordering lunch, as guests customize their orders on automated, touch-screen terminals. Dinner, thankfully, is spared this high-tech obtrusion, and guests are seated and served by Disney personnel.

As an “imagineer” explains, “For those of us who truly love Disney, it is so over the top that I’ve seen tears come to people’s eyes.”

The Be Our Guest Restaurant opens November 19th.

Watch the An Imagineer Tour of Be Our Guest Restaurant below:

Via DisneyFoodBlog