Wine Bar George Brunch Review, Menu, Dole Whip Mimosas, and more…
Hands down, my favorite restaurant at Disney Springs is Wine Bar George. It may actually just be my favorite restaurant period. Since we live so close to Disney we go to Wine Bar George quite frequently. When it was announced that the restaurant would be starting brunch I knew I had to go!! Today was the launch of Wine Bar George brunch, so I made a reservation and couldn’t wait to try it out! Plus, when I heard there was Dole Whip Mimosas I got a litttttlllleeeee bit excited…
The menu debuted today with it’s first ever “Wine Country Brunch” Menu. There’s traditional brunch faves on the menu such as: French Toast, Eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, alongside it’s extensive wines from around the world (which are hand selected by Master Sommelier George Miliotes.
What I was most excited about, and what many Disney lovers have been raving about on the interwebs this week, is the Wine Bar George spin on the Dole Whip. If you’re unfamiliar, Dole Whip is thethe much sought-after soft-serve pineapple delight that debuted in Disney parks in the 1980s. You can find Dole Whips in Adventureland in Magic Kingdom at the Aloha Isle stand. The Wine Bar George version is made with pineapple juice, moscato and prosecco…and it is AMAZING!! I shared about it over on my Instagram story this morning, and on my Facebook page!
You can WATCH our Wine Bar George Brunch experience here:
Wine Bar George Brunch Menu
Ok so let’s get down to the Wine Bar George Brunch menu, shall we??
Here’s what you can feast on at The Happiest Place on Earth…
Our reservation was at 12:00 noon so I skipped breakfast at home to make sure I was nice and hungry to give this menu a try!
We ordered lots of French Toast (my kids wanted their own and I didn’t want to hear whining while I sipped my Dole Whip Mimosa so they each had their own, and I stole some from each of their plates – because that’s my right as the mom lol #MommyTax )
We ordered a Big Board (my fave!) and also ordered Sausage Gravy & Biscuits.
We obviously also ordered Dole Whip Mimosas. Because Brunch.
Everything was, as usual, insanely delicious. The French Toast was fluffy, buttery, perfectly cooked. It came with fresh strawberries and blueberries as garnish. The Sausage Gravy & Biscuits were super rich and bursting with savory flavor.
I cannot wait to come back again to try the rest of this incredible brunch menu.
Check out some of the deliciousness below:
Y’all know I love me some food and Disney, so be sure to check out some of my other Disney restaurant reviews!