Restaurantosaurus located in Disney’s Animal Kingdom has a new sponsor, Impossible Foods! The sign now says ‘Home of the Impossible Burger’ as you walk up. Impossible Foods makes meat, dairy, and fish from plants. Their mission is to make the global food system truly sustainable by eliminating the need to
Disney announced today that they are teaming up with Impossible Foods as it works to expand its plant-based menu options across all of its theme parks, resorts, and cruise lines in the US. As part of the partnership, Impossible Foods will serve as Disney’s preferred plant-based “burger” vendor, and the
Vegan options are showing up at the Universal Orlando Resort! They now have six new vegan menu options available at select restaurants in Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay. There are some great options too! More than just veggie burgers(which they have too). First up is the Chick’n & Avocado
Did you know that you can purchase tickets for an after-hours event at Typhoon Lagoon? H2O Glow Nights are available, Thursday and Saturday evenings, now through August 11th. From exploration time and a media presentation to a crazy storm, a quiet park and onto the awesome H2O Glow Nights After
If you have plans to visit Disney Springs and Walt Disney World this month, make sure to stop by The Edison and check out their burger-of-the-month for June – The Electric Garden Burger featuring “The Impossible Burger.” The Edison’s Electric Garden Burger is made with the “Impossible Burger” patty and topped
The meatless Earth Day Impossible Burger has arrived for a limited time at Animal Kingdom in celebration of Earth Day and the 20th Anniversary Party for the Planet. The Earth Day Impossible Burger can be found at Restaurantosaurus, and is made from all-natural ingredients such as wheat, coconut oil, potatoes, and something called Heme.