Monday, March 19, 2012

Dining - Raglan Road

In honor of Saint Patrick's Day, we thought we would discuss one of our favorite places to eat in Disney. Located in Downtown Disney, Raglan Road is a phenomenal Irish Pub that is fun for anyone seeking great food and great entertainmentThere are so many great dishes to choose from, and they are all delicious. Some recommendations include: Keen Eye for Shepherd's Pie, Fish & Chips, and It's Not Bleedin' Chowder. By far, one of my favorite dishes is the Bangers and Booz. These Guinness and onion bangers (sausages) and mashed potatoes are topped with caramelized onions and beef stew. Oh man, I am ready to drive over and order some right now!The meal is only a start to the Raglan Road experience, If you are lucky enough to dine around 9pm from Monday to Saturday, you will witness live Irish dancing. Not enough? How about some great music too? Most nights from 7pm, a three piece band plays some great Irish tunes.Great meals, great entertainment, great atmosphere, great restaurant! Raglan Road does accept the Disney Dining Plan and will cost 1 Table Service Credit. Likewise, Tables in Wonderland is also accepted for Florida residents and Annual Pass holders. Doors open at 11am and close at 11pm, so you have 12 hours of opportunity each day for this delight.

Want to try something at home? How about the Smokie City appetizer?


2 plum tomatoes, seeded and diced

1 pound smoked boneless cod fillet, skinned and cut into cubes

4 ounces mature Wexford Cheese

1-1/3 cups double cream

freshly ground black pepper


1. Preheat the oven to 350 F

2. Scatter half the tomatoes among 4 individual ovenproof dishes

3. Arrange the smoked cod on top of the plates

4. Sprinkle over half of the cheese

5. Scatter the remaining tomatoes on top

6. Season with pepper

7. Pour the cream on top

8. Arrange on a baking sheet and bake for 15 - 20 minutes until the smoked cod is completely tender and the top is bubbling and golden brown

Now, all you need to do is place the dishes on the table and serve with a basket of crusty bread rolls.

Visit the Raglan Road website for more information. The website is almost as fun as the restaurant! Now, I wonder if we could get that guy to give a few tours for DLuminations.Have you been to Raglan Road? What are your thoughts on this Irish pub, the food or the entertainment? We would love to read your comments below.

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