Disney Cruise Line Announces Casual and Quick Dining Options for Upcoming Disney Wish

Disney Cruise Lines has just announced some new information regarding their quick service and casual dining services coming to the Disney Wish next Summer.  It is interesting to note that the buffets seem to be gone.

Let’s take a look!

Marceline Market

This is the new location named for Walt Disney’s childhood hometown, Marceline, Missouri.  It’s made to look like a marketplace with ten food stalls themed to different films like Zootopia, Alice in Wonderland, Tangled and Ratatouille.

The food options will include American favorites, comfort foods, salads, seafood, vegetarian, international inspired dishes and desserts.

Marceline Market will be a casual dining option that will be open for breakfast and lunch, with a table-service shift for dinnertime.

Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods

This is a new quick service stop for guests aboard the Disney Wish.

It will be located in the upper decks and will feature the fleet’s first dedicated quick-service venues for Mexican-inspired food and Barbeque.

The decore is inspired by a seaside boardwalk that you see in the Mickey Mouse animated shorts.

This will be an “open air” location that will have five themed food stalls including:

  • Mickey’s Smokestack Barbecue
  • Donald’s Cantina
    Daisy’s Pizza Pies
  • Goofy’s Grill
  • Sweet Minnie’s Ice Cream

There will be shaded seating available.

Guests can expect these options to open when the Disney Wish sets sail on June 9, 2022 with three and four night cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida to Nassau, the Bahamas and Castaway Cay.

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Source: Disney Cruise Blog


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