The Disney Dining Show is a weekly podcast that reviews and discusses the dining at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, and occasionally other Disney destinations from all around the world including Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line! The Disney Dining Show is hosted by Craig Williams and includes Ryno Clavin, Erica Resnick, and other members of the DIS Team! more
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Love this show and the people who make it. When I need a break from reality and the boring salad in front of me, this is the podcast I choose!
I like the show, but recently I’ve been having trouble playing episodes- on this and sister podcasts from the same team(Disunplugged). Every other podcast on my feed plays fine, but these just spins few minutes and then say “episode unavailable “.
So happy to have the Disney Dining Show back. It’s even better that you are returning to more in depth reviews of the table service restaurants. Certainly understand why that wasn’t really possible for the last couple years, but it great to see (or hear) it resuming. The short quick serve reviews are also useful and I really like the idea of including 1 or 2 after the main review.
Started listening just to fantasize about the different foods and restaurants that I miss at Disney but now I have a whole list of new foods and restaurants I want to try. Great descriptions of the foods.
They cover all corners of WDW and occasionally DL with honest, thought out food reviews. Craig does a great job hosting and introducing all the segments. Thanks for the hard work!
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The Disney Dining Show launched 5 years ago and published 231 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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