Being from the northeast of the United States, I've become quite the pizza snob as nearly any pizza outsideof the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) is usually disappointing. So for years I've not been a fan of the pizza at Toy Story Pizza Planet (or most pizza at Walt Disney World) because it's no better than the frozen pizzas you can find in your supermarket.
However, earlier this month I had heard that there was an Italian meatball sub at Toy Story Pizza Planet that was very good and it piqued my interest. So much so that I decided to try it out this past weekend and see if the food was as good as the hype lead me to beleive.
Yesterday I wrote about a margarita sampler I tried at the Hollywood Brown Derby restaurant and today I wanted to review the food we had there. The Brown Derby has some really interesting offerings that are quite different from the usual theme park fare.
For an appetizer, I wanted to try something different that I'd never had before and I settled on the squash soup. It sounded interesting and the waiter recommended it so I figured I'd give it a try.
The squash soup was surprisingly very good. It had a flavor that reminded me...
Last night I met a good friend of mine for dinner at the Hollywood Brown Derby. In addition to catching up with each other, I used this opportunity to sample something I'd always wanted to try at the Brown Derby, one of their drink samplers.
The Hollywood Brown Derby has a number of drink samplers named after the Citizens of Hollywood found nearby. It's a great use of synergy to take drinks that might ordinarily not be that exciting and give them a Disney World touch.