We’re Going POG Wild at Disney

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1If you have been to a character meal at Walt Disney World, or on a Disney Cruise, you have probably had POG juice. What is POG juice? Passion, orange, guava juice. It is delicious and it goes by many different names throughout Disney.

So, where can you find this tropical deliciousness? That’s what we are going to talk about today!

POG juice is served for breakfast at a number of locations throughout Walt Disney World and at some of these places, you can ask during other meals as well and it can be made available. Here is a comprehensive list of many of the places that you can find this juicy treat.

Cape May Cafe: 

5Located at the Beach Club, this is a breakfast buffet that is also a character dining experience for breakfast. You can find Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Daisy here in there beach attire for breakfast. For dinner this is a seafood buffet and of our favorite places to dine on property.

Tusker House: 

4My favorite character dining experience on Disney property. Located at Animal Kingdom Park this is a great option for everyone! For breakfast you can find the POG juice that they refer to as jungle juice and meet Mickey, Donald, Daisy and Goofy in their safari attire! This is what makes this experience for me; the outfits! But, the food is amazing as well. Love that you can get outside the box with this buffet with some traditional African inspired dishes.

 

 

‘Ohana: 

2This is Bryson’s favorite breakfast at Disney. Located at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, this is one of the most popular dining experiences in all of Walt Disney World. Breakfast is a family style character dining experience and dinner is a family style meal as well with waiters who bring the protein to your table similar to an experience you would get at a Brazilian steak house.

For breakfast, you can meet Pluto, Mickey, Stitch and Lilo and for dinner, if you are able to time it right, you might be able to catch a unique viewing of Happily Ever After at Magic Kingdom.

Kona Cafe: 

7Tonga Toast. That is all. A banana stuffed french toast coated with butter and cinnamon sugar. I love it! This restaurant is also located at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. This is a delicious option that is a much easier reservation to get than ‘Ohana. A great choice for breakfast and a much more reasonably priced meal although it is less of an experience and more of a meal.

Chef Mickey: 

89This is an iconic dining location located in Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Chef Mickey’s is one of the most popular dining experiences at Disney and is geared towards kids but fun for all! This is a character dining experience for all meals and is served buffet style. This is the only character dining experience currently at Walt Disney World, where you can meet all of the Fab Five; Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto. Another exciting and unique experience here at Chef Mickey’s is that the Monorail goes through the restaurant; well at least, above the restaurant.

Trail’s End: 

6Located at Fort Wilderness, this is a buffet style meal open for breakfast, dinner and weekend brunch. Be sure to get that POG juice to accompany your down home breakfast! You will be transported to a mountain cabin smack dab in the middle of the wild wild wilderness for this dining experience and a word to the wise, give yourself extra time to trek to Trail’s End because it is not the easiest place to get to in Disney.

The Mara: 

8The Mara is a quick service location over at Animal Kingdom Lodge, Jambo House. There are some great options for everyone in your crew over at The Mara and a place you can grab a quick bite without a lot of fuss so that you can catch that bus to the parks. This is one of the few quick service locations that you can get the POG juice and here at The Mara it is frozen! That’s right, it’s in slushy form and let’s be real, everything tastes better in slushy form in our opinion. These are available all day and are also available with alcohol added.

Boma: 

9Also located at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Jambo House is Boma. This dining experience is buffet style and leans a little more towards those with a more advanced palette. If you have a lot of picky eaters in your crew, this might not be for you but if you want something different, something outside the box, something with those earthy, flavorful, African inspired flavors head over to Boma and get your grub on.

 

Garden Grill:

10Garden Grill is another favorite of ours. Located in Epcot inside the Land pavilion, this is family style restaurant that actually rotates. So, as you dine, your view will change. You may start at the front of the restaurant with a view of the pavilion and as your experience continues you will pass scenes from Living With The Land. Much of the food is actually cultivated from Disney’s own greenhouses at Garden Grill and we love every meal here but the POG juice is available for breakfast along with traditional favorites like bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs and Mickey waffles.

Aulani: 

Over in Aulani, a Disney resort, located in Hawaii, POG juice is available at a variety of locations and also you can get a Dole Whip float with POG juice! What! Book me a ticket right now to get to Aulani and give that a try… or ten.

Disney Cruise Line: 

POG juice is available at the quick service buffet location, Cabanas in the juice section of the buffet. This is a serve yourself space so come on everybody get your juice on.

Alert! Alert! Breaking Disney Food News!

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Photo From WDWNT

There is now a POG juice cupcake that is available over at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort! This Moana themed cupcake has all the flavors of the islands. This is a vanilla cupcake filled with a pineapple curd. Topped with a sunset orange buttercream that is flavored with passion fruit and guava. Dots of white and brow frosting create the Heart of Te Fiti necklace complete with a chocolate heart of Te Fiti.

The cupcake is available at the Intermission Food Court for $5.99.

Thank you for stopping by and for the love of the mouse, never forget, that it all started with a mouse.

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