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Whispering Canyon Cafe



Can I get some ketchup please???  If you read that question and laughed because you know what I’m referring to, then you have probably eaten at Whispering Canyon CafĂ©.  If not, by the end of this post I can guarantee that you will want to eat there!

Whispering Canyon is located inside the beautiful Wilderness Lodge at Walt Disney World.  The restaurant is located right off the main lobby which makes it easy to find as well as providing for beautiful sights to see while waiting for your table.  The restaurant serves a Western/BBQ style menu like you may have found in an old Chuckwagon on the prairie.  They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and do accept the Disney Dining Plan.

 
A few of the food highlights include the Family Platter; served at all 3 meals, it brings you either loads of classic breakfast items or great tasting BBQ and sides, all served family style for your table. 
In addition, this restaurant has some of the
best milkshakes that I have ever had!!!!






Throughout your meal, the restaurant staff really
brings the theme to life.  There are horse races around the restaurant, sing-alongs and of course
wait staff that love to play pranks and joke around with the customers. 




Which is probably making those of you who have never been ask…what’s the deal with ketchup?  I don’t want to ruin too much of the fun, but suffice it to say, if you dare ask for some ketchup during your meal you may end up like this……..

Don’t care for ketchup?  Well then definitely be sure to ask for a new fork during your meal ;)  Either way, I highly recommend Whispering Canyon for both the delicious food and knee-slappin down home good time feel…..YEE-HAW!!

Agent Stacy

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