New Menu at Everything POP at Disney’s Pop Century Resort

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    Big changes for the busy food court at Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Chef Cheryl Smith recently debuted a creative menu that’s almost all new with just a few exceptions, such as favorite soups, the popular meatball sub for lunch and a handful of breakfast items.

    Starting with breakfast, they’ve added an egg-white omelet for health-conscious guests, says Chef Cheryl. And the “Pop Daily Specialsâ€￾ offer different omelets throughout the week, including Southwest, Italian and Floridian creations full of fresh veggies. There’s also a new corned beef hash, a hearty breakfast burrito, biscuits and gravy and a create-your-own yogurt.

    Among new sandwiches are a black bean burger, turkey sandwich, pork sandwich, salmon burger and a house-made “sloppy joeâ€￾ topped with onion rings. And you can create your own burritos, nachos and tacos.

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    Turkey Sandwich​

    Flatbreads are new, including a margherita with tomatoes and fresh mozzarella, a Mediterranean-inspired flatbread and one with shrimp and goat cheese. More substantial is the pepperoni pizza bread or the meaty or Reuben strombolis.

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    Pizza Bread

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    Ruben Stromboli​


    A little more upscale additions include mussels baked with fennel cream sauce, roast pork shank and shrimp and cheesy grits. And nightly specials include rotisserie chicken, beef brisket barbecue, coconut curry shrimp, roasted pork loin, beef stroganoff and roasted vegetable tofu.

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    Coconut Curry Shrimp​

    New sweet treats include cotton candy lemonade, a strawberry-banana smoothie, tie-dye cheesecake and a crispy-coated ice cream sundae.


    The colorful food court makes it easy to move from station to station for preferences, an easy way to feed a family.
     

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    OOOH! Andrew will be so excited to hear about the meatball sub, he LOVES that!
     
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    Well, they sure look like they are trying to improve their offerings. Have to say the tie dye stuff isn't too appetizing. :unsure: (And can't quite get my head to accept a reuben stromboli! :eek: ).
     
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    They have some good sounding stuff! Looking forward to trying some of it when we stay there in September. :) Hope they still have the King Cupcake--my mom and I were hoping to share one.
     

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