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The Ganachery Opens at Disney Springs

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The Ganachery, a new shop that showcases hand-crafted chocolate, opened at 10:30 a.m. today, December 15, in Walt Disney World's Disney Springs. Lines of people waiting to get in were long throughout the morning, but AllEars Team Member Linda Eckwerth managed to squeeze in and take a few photos -- and sampled! -- some of the amazing chocolate that's being made on site.
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Disney Springs The Landing

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According to Scott Joseph's Orlando Restaurant Guide, George Miliotes, former general manager of the California Grill at Disney's Contemporary Resort, is in talks to open a wine bar at Disney Springs. Tentatively called Wine Bar George, the new spot will be located behind Raglan Road, across from the recently opened Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar.
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Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney)

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The Ganachery, a new chocolate shop, is set to open at Disney Springs' The Landing in late 2015. The all-new concept shop will feature freshly made ganache, a mixture of chocolate and cream, that will be hand-crafted onstage by a chocolatier. Fresh batches will be mixed up daily, and will include dark chocolate (65 percent custom blend), hazelnut, chipotle and a custom blend flavored with a variety of spices and flavors. There will also be chocolate bars inspired by Disney characters. More details will be released soon.
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Enchanted Evening Honeymoon Package

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by H. A. Rockwood AllEars® Guest Columnist Feature Article This article appeared in the January 16, 2018 Issue #956 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) Editor's Note: This story/information was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all current rates, information and other details before planning your trip. Even before my fiance and … Continue reading "Enchanted Evening Honeymoon Package"
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Walt Disney World Chronicles: Disney Springs Backstory

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One of the things that make a Disney experience different from anything else is the depth of storytelling that creates an immersive environment. The transformation of Downtown Disney from a chaotic location into the cohesive shopping and dining area known as Disney Springs is a key example. The Imagineers didn't want just another area for shopping and eating; they wanted to tell a story and to make the guests a part of it. To do so, they relied on Florida's natural elements to make the story believable. By Jim Korkis
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