Where to Celebrate National Chip and Dip Day in Disney World!
Do you know which holiday is being celebrated today? This might be a tough question, so we’ll just go ahead and give you the answer — today is National Chip and Dip Day!
It’s not as big as Halloween or Christmas obviously, but hey — good food should be celebrated! So, we’re going to talk about how you can celebrate in Disney World.
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There are a bunch of different places where you can get some chips and dip in Disney World, so we’re going to mention a few of our favorites!
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe
Pecos Bill is a quick service location over in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland. It serves a variety of Mexican-inspired food like tacos, fajitas, and more.
So, of COURSE, they have some chips and dip! You can get Tortilla Chips for $4.99 and a Side of Guacamole for $2. There is also some Hot Queso you can grab for $1.
We got all three, so let’s go over what we thought! This snack was cheap and quick, but on the flip side — it was not really an “experience.” Also, the small portion sizes make it difficult to share.
The queso is a step above the typical fake yellow cheese you can get with Mickey pretzels, and it had a nice, mild flavor — but it also didn’t really taste like real cheese. The guacamole reminded us of the Sabra brand kind you can get at the grocery store.
La Cava del Tequila
La Cava del Tequila can be found in the Mexico Pavilion in EPCOT, and tequila isn’t the ONLY thing you can find there.
La Cava features a menu of small bites, including chips & salsa, queso, guacamole, and a combo of everything.
The Trio Combo includes Queso, Guacamole, and Salsa served with Tortilla Chips for $25. If you want to treat yourself, you can also grab a margarita!
This was DELICIOUS, y’all. It was easily our favorite of all the chips and dips in Disney World, and it’s conveniently indoors in EPCOT, where you can stop to eat and cool off.
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The queso was amazing, with a great creamy texture that wasn’t too thick. It was served hot and it had a nice kick without being overly spicy.
The guacamole was very clearly freshly made, and it also had jalapenos that added some spiciness. The salsa was not too spicy but did have a kick, although it was your basic restaurant salsa.
Just keep in mind that La Cava is a small space and the line can get long to enter. Also, this was pretty expensive for some chips and dip! Still, the overall taste (and margaritas) made it worth it to us.
Three Bridges Bar & Grill
Three Bridges Bar & Grill is located in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, which makes it a little more complicated to visit if you’re not staying at that resort. Still, Three Bridges boasts a full bar and the views are amazing!
We recently visited to try not one, not two, but THREE different dips!
We ordered the House-made Guacamole for $12, Roasted Corn Dip for $12, and the Warm Manchego and Oaxaca Cheese Dip for $14. It was a lot of food, and the large portion sizes made each dip easily shareable.
The cheese dip was made with chorizo and roasted red peppers, and it was amazing. It almost had a gravy-like texture to it and it was served piping hot.
The guacamole was also really good with a nice, mild flavor, and you could tell it was freshly made.
The roasted corn dip wasn’t a “dip” in the traditional sense but we absolutely loved it. It was basically kernels of corn mixed with smoked tomato aioli, parmesan, and tajin, and it was delicious!
Although these dips are on the pricey side, we did appreciate the large serving sizes. Just keep in mind that if you’re not staying at Coronado Springs, you may have to go out of your way to visit.
Baseline Tap House
And for honorable mention, we have to mention BaseLine Tap House in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Technically it’s not chips and dip, but a pretzel and dips.
The giant Bavarian Pretzel is $9.50, and it comes with both Beer-Cheese Fondue and Spicy Mustard. It’s a huge and easily sharable snack, plus you can grab a tasty craft beer!
BaseLine is easily accessible in Hollywood Studios and $9.50 isn’t terrible for a shareable snack, but sometimes the line for BaseLine can get long and tables can be difficult to find, so keep that in mind during your visit.
There ya have it — some great options for National Chip and Dip Day! Stay tuned for more Disney news and updates.