At Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen Express in Downtown Disney, my cousins and I shared a bag full beignets (ben-yays). They're basically fried dough heavily covered in powdered sugar. I really liked how these beignets were made compared to other fried dough desserts I've had! The pastries were kind of fluffy and not too thick. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it!
After driving pass by Herbs & Rye for many years I finally went in to see what all the hype was about this place. They serve classic cocktails that were popular during the Prohibition Era and before that time like the Gothic Age (unknown-1865) and Golden Age (1865-1900): Here's an example of of some of the drinks: I loved all the drinks they made, wasn't disappointed with any of them: Herbs & Rye also serves Italian food like flatbreads , pasta, and they're known for the steaks they cook, I'll try some next time! I only had the appetite to drink: I really enjoyed my time here especially the atmosphere of a " speakeasy feel". They get busy during the weekends so if you plan to dine in, make a reservation !