The Chef’s Table at Walt Disney World’s The Contemporary Resort

Next week, my daughter and I will be heading to the Disney Social Media Moms conference at Walt Disney World. It is not our first time to the magical place. Last June, I was invited to learn more about the Golden Oak Resort Homes at Disney World, and was also invited to bring my children. We had a blast! It was our first time ever going to the park. Of course, momma still had some work to do, which meant a few magical moments of her own to experience. One being a special dining experience at The Contemporary Resort, where we will be staying during the conference.

I wanted to share some photos with you from our event. We were not told where we were going, but followed the crowd into what looked like a behind the scenes mechanical area. A few quick turns to the right, and we found ourselves in one of the kitchen’s of the hotel, with beautiful decor lit up all around us. Turns out, Chef Joe was about to rock our world with a unique dining experience along with wine and beer pairing, straight from Disney’s own vineyard of course, for each course.

Walt Disney World Resorts the Contemporary
Walt Disney World Resorts –  The Contemporary

Though amusement parks are not necessarily known for their culinary delights, I have to admit, every meal I ate at the Walt Disney World Resort, either on my own or set up through the press trip, was delicious. My mom, one of the pickiest eaters I know, was even raving about how great the food was from Epcot to the Hoop-dee-do Musical Review at the Fort Wilderness Resort. The Chef’s Table experience at The Contemporary was no exception. Take a look at my photo journal below and tell me what you think.

sparkling white

watermelon salad

caramel pop soup w cauli

medium ale

chicken and dumplings

short ribs

dessert tin

Share and Enjoy:
  • Print
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks

4 thoughts on “The Chef’s Table at Walt Disney World’s The Contemporary Resort

  1. I had no idea that the Walt Disney world had a private label ale etc. Looks delicious! Give me that popcorn!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *