Dining at Disney

Where to Grab Supper at Disney Springs

Disney Springs is Walt Disney World’s shopping, dining and entertainment district. Here you’ll find some of your favourite chain stores and also speciality retailers. Some of my favourite stores are the World of Disney and DisneyStyle where they sell Disney park merchandise. We always spend a morning or an afternoon here during our Disney Vacation. It’s also a very popular destination in the evening, as it stays open until 11pm or 11:30pm on the weekends. There are plenty of delicious places to enjoy an evening meal between shopping stops. Whether you want a relaxing meal or a quick bite, a loud atmosphere or something more romantic, you are sure to find your favourite choice here.

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4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck. West Side.

Your destination for American Mexican food at Disney Springs. Order up a burrito bowl, tacos or quesadillas. And make sure to grab their dessert, Margarita Bar, to finish off your meal.

Amorette’s Patisserie. Town Center.

Don’t be deceived, this bakery doesn’t just serve cupcakes and desserts. They also offer three delicious sandwiches, which can then be paired with a fantastic dessert. On their menu is a Turkey on Focaccia, Ham on Focaccia and a Vegetable Croissant. They also have Crepes, of the sweet or savoury variety. There is no seating inside, so you’ll have to take your food and eat at one of the tables found around the Town Center area.

AristoCrepes. MarketPlace.

AristoCrepes is a kiosk style spot, where guests can go up to the counter and place their order. The menu is full of sweet crepes, that some may think of as a snack but I would definitely consider a meal. You can choose between Strawberries and Cream, Banana Chocolate-Hazelnut or S’Mores. Okay, so maybe the S’Mores one is a bit of a stretch for dinner, but you’re on vacation!

B.B Wolf’s Sausage Co. Marketplace.

Another kiosk style restaurant. You can order your preference, grab it and continue on your way. The variety of sausages that are found here will astound you, there’s Bratwurst, Italian, Lamb and Plant Based. They also dress up your ordinary Foot-Long Hot Dog to create Texas Chilli Hot Dogs, Pastrami Reuben Hot Dogs and Hawaiian Hot Dogs.

The Basket at Wine Bar George. The Landing.

This little grab and go spot will give you a light dinner. You can choose between the charcuterie, house made hummus or pre done boxes of meat and cheese.

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The Daily Poutine. Town Center.

This little cart has guests flocking to it because of its delectable eats. The Daily Poutine serves just that, poutines of many varieties. Try the Korean BBQ or the New Delhi, the Italian or Canadian. You’ll want to make sure to grab a napkin to wipe off the delicious mess your going to make eating this for supper.

Disney Food Trucks. West Side.

Found on the West Side of Disney Springs, these food trucks pop open for dinner each day of the week. Guests can order up a variety of hot dogs or macaroni and cheese. The macaroni and cheese dishes are more unique because there’s no where else at Disney Springs that serves such a dish. The Mac & Cheese comes as BBQ Beef, Lobster and Shrimp, Chicken Parm, Six Cheese and Texas Chili.

Morimoto Asia Street Food. The Landing.

Indulge in the impressive Morimoto Asia food without paying the top dollar prices by eating inside. This counter service spot serves ramen noodles, baby ribs and egg rolls.

Pizza Ponte. The Landing.

Grab a pizza by the slice at Pizza Ponte. They have your basics available at all times: pepperoni, four cheese, meat. But they also sell fantastic sandwiches: prosciutto and pomodoro. Pair that with an iced tea and you’ve got a delicious dinner.

YeSake Kiosk. West Side.

This kiosk is found on the outskirts of the West Side as guests enter into the Landing. Here you’ll find a fantastic selection for a light dinner meal. You can build your own poke bowl or try one of their chicken buns and pizza buns.

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Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza. Town Center.

The spot to grab pizza during your day at Disney Springs. Blaze pizza makes an artisanal style pizza, coming in every variety imaginable: meat lover, veggie, spicy Italian, mozzarella with tomatoes, cream sauce with mozzarella and arugula. For those looking for something more familiar, guests can build their own. These pizzas are created right before your very eyes, so you know what you’re getting is fresh. There’s ample seating inside.

Chicken Guy! Town Center

A new quick-service favourite, Chicken Guy! has lots of seating outside for those who choose to dine here. Grab some delicious chicken tenders, sandwich or salad bowl. The meals are available as a combo or on their own. Lots of choices.

Cookes of Dublin. The Landing.

This extension of one of our favourite Table Service restaurants, Raglan Road, serves up Fish and Chips, Burgers, and a meat pie of the day. There is a bit of seating inside as well as outdoors. They also have some delicious cookies for dessert.

D-Luxe Burger. Town Center.

The only restaurant using mobile ordering at Disney Springs is D-Luxe Burger. Here’s your best option for the burger lovers. D-Luxe Burger has 7 burger options, including a chicken burger and plant based burger. Meaning there’s something for everyone. And don’t forget to have one of their incredible milkshakes.

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Earl of Sandwich. Marketplace.

An easy spot to grab dinner is Earl of Sandwich. It has ample outdoor and indoor seating and a multitude of sandwiches. There’s a tuna melt, french dip, Earl’s Club, Caprese, to name a few.

The Polite Pig. Town Center.

This restaurant is the one I see shared on social media the most from Disney Springs. The Polite Pig is found in the Town Center and hosts seats inside for diners. The menu for lunch and dinner are the same and is filled with meat. Smoked Turkey BLT, Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Fried Chicken. Many dishes come with a side of slaw and a pickle. Don’t overlook this quick-service restaurants cocktail menu either. Better take a look online before making your way to get a good look at what’s being offered.


There are two Starbucks locations found at Disney Springs, one in the Marketplace and one on the West Side. Both offer your standard Starbucks choices which of course includes sandwiches, bagels and so on. Giving you a great standard choice for your lunch at Disney Springs.


Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar. The Landing.

This cool bar sits on the water, giving it a great view and ambiance. They have a small appy menu, that can satisfy your meal needs. They have a large soft pretzel, queso dip and empanadas.

The Lounge at Rainforest Cafe. Marketplace.

Guests can choose to eat at the Rainforest Cafe’s lounge in lieu of the dining room. They serve lots of options here that can be found in the restaurant. But the view here is much better, with a great view of all Disney Springs and the neighbouring Saratoga Springs.

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AMC Disney Springs 24 Dine-In Theatres. West Side.

At the theatres at Disney Springs, you can eat a full meal while enjoying the latest films. You’ll be served throughout the film and choose from a wide selection. There’s also an alcoholic menu to order from as well.

The BOATHOUSE. The Landing.

One of the most popular restaurants at Disney Springs is The BOATHOUSE. The BOATHOUSE has a great location, directly on the water with plenty of tables and room for large groups. Their menu is stacked with items for everyone, whether you are hankering for a steak or a lobster roll, a club sandwich or Ahi Tuna. It’s a great choice for the whole family. Be sure to grab reservations ahead of time though because of its popularity.

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’. The Landing.

A must visit in my opinion. We dined here a few years ago and we’re blown away by the tasty food, fun atmosphere and top notch service. The food is Southern, with plenty of mac and cheese, fried chicken and gravy to choose from. Make sure to grab one of their incredible cocktails. For a full review of the restaurant click here.


City Works Eatery & Pour House. West Side.

This large restaurant is filled with booths, tables and bar seating. This restaurant is going to have everything on their menu, kind of like a Planet Hollywood or ESPN Club. Burgers, Tacos, Platters, Salads. What draws guests to this restaurant is the larger than life TVs showing the latest games and sports. There are also 90 beers on tap from local breweries. A really fun, low key environment for a meal at Disney Springs. It is far from the hub of the shops, but right next to the NBA Experience.

The Edison. The Landing.

This restaurant is one you go to because of its design and entertainment. Placed in the roaring 20s, The Edison is factory styled with large wheels and brick back lay. But throughout the evening, circus-like performances take place from the ceiling and flapper girls dance around the restaurant. On the menu are burgers, ribs, fish. There’s a vast cocktail menu to go along with the 20s theme. Make sure to grab a reservation here.

Enzo’s Hideaway. The Landing.

This restaurant is no doubt Italian, the menu has plenty of pastas to choose from and tiramisu is on hand for dessert. Enzo’s is designed to make guests feel as though they are hidden away under ground in a well sought after restaurant. There’s large tables, making it a great venue to go to with large groups. On the menu are pitchers drinks to be shared by the whole table, creating a festive atmosphere.

Frontera Cocina. Town Center.

A true Mexican menu can be found at Frontera Cocina, a beautiful restaurant in Town Center. This has an incredible patio, with delicious dishes. Chicken Enchiladas, Carnitas, Shrimp Mojo de Ajo and of course there are countless margaritas.

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House of Blues Restaurant & Bar. West Side.

At the very end of the West Side, you’ll find House of Blues Restaurant & Bar. This restaurant places you in the South, New Orleans. With sculptures and paintings created by many of the Deltas local artists. The menu is filled with southern flavoured dishes, including Jambalaya, Shrimp and Grits, Blackened Salmon and Cajun Chicken. Or choose one of the Smokehouse platters, filled with beans, corn, corn bread and your choice of meat

Jaleo by Jose Andres. West Side.

Jaleo is a great spot to grab dinner at Disney Springs. It’s inexpensive, has a simple menu and ample seating. Jaleo is found across from Splitsville. The menu is Spanish inspired, with lots of choices that are meant to be shared between the table. Most of the menu items are more tapas than large meals. So order a few choices and share amongst your group.

Maria & Enzo’s Ristorantee. The Landing.

This restaurant looks like a great big ballroom, it is absolutely massive. This great big space is filled with circular tables, and has floor to ceiling windows. This is an Italian restaurant with lots of delicious pasta items and of course parmigiana is on the menu. The location is The Landing, which places you in the centre of Disney Springs, which means you can simply take a pause from your shopping.

Morimoto Asia. The Landing.

Morimoto Asia serves Pan-Asian cuisine, with a menu stacked with Sushi and Dim Sum. Order up a multitude of plates to share with the table or enjoy one of the dishes made for one. This large restaurant is also found in The Landing and is actually one of the Signature restaurants found at Disney Springs.

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Paddlefish. The Landing.

Your destination for seafood at Disney Springs. Paddlefish is located in the large riverboat at Disney Springs. The menu is filled with salmon, stuffed cod, catfish, crispy shrimp and crab. There are some meat options on the menu for those who don’t enjoy seafood. This is a popular restaurant so be sure to grab reservations ahead of time.

Paradiso 37, Taste of Americas. The Landing.

This restaurant has been around quite a while, so it must be a good one. The menu is filled with your average American options: burgers, steak, chicken sandwich, ribs and so on. Eating here puts you in the middle of Disney Springs, making it a great stop for midway through your day.

Planet Hollywood. Town Center.

Head into this large restaurant and eat among some of the Hollywood greats. Beautiful costumes, posters from old movies, sometimes they even have live entertainment. The menu is filled with burgers, salads, pastas, sandwiches and so on. It’s a great spot to eat when you’re with a large group.

Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant. The Landing.

Another one of our favourites, Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant serves Irish fare in amongst Irish entertainment. You’ll have a band playing Irish tunes or if you’re lucky, dancers doing an Irish gig. Of course they’ve got some delicious beers on tap as well. We love to eat here for the food and the atmosphere. For a full review click here.

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Rainforest Cafe. Marketplace.

Found inside the Rainforest Cafe volcano, this is a great spot to bring the family during your visit to Disney Springs. Rainforest Cafe is filled with animals who come to life over the course of your meal. The menu has plenty of fried food, pasta dishes and steak. Your kids will have fun dining here while watching the animals and the sky above them. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

Splitsville Dining Room. West Side.

One of the best restaurants to eat at during a trip to Disney World when on the Disney Dining Plan. You can get great value here for your dining credits. This fun and playful environment creates a great spot to spend some time during your visit to Disney Springs. This restaurant is located in the Bowling Alley, and the menu is filled with fan favourites: pizza, sushi, salads, burgers, fish and chips, taco bowls. Grab a meal before or after bowling a few strikes.

STK Orlando. The Landing.

This Signature restaurant is open for lunch at Disney Springs The Landing. STK Orlando is known for their impeccable steaks but they round out their menu nicely with some lighter options if you don’t want that large of a meal.

T-Rex. Marketplace.

This is one of the most popular reservations to get at Disney World. T-Rex restaurant is filled with mock up dinosaurs that come to life over the course of your meal. The restaurant is separated into different sections that have dinosaurs clustered together with their kind. The food is really good here so you don’t even have to just come for the impressive design. For a full review of the restaurant click here.

T-Rex Restaurant Disney Springs.

Terralina Craft Italian. The Landing.

Terralina Craft Italian, is as you’d expect your choice for Italian food at Disney Springs. This restaurant hosts guests inside their beautifully designed dining rooms that will make them feel as if they are in Italy. The menu is filled with delectable pasta dishes, flavourful pizzas and must try desserts.

Woflgang Puck Bar & Grill. The Landing.

This restaurant has a very inexpensive and small menu. With a few pizza choices, some pasta options and meat choices. It’s one of the newest additions to Disney Springs. The restaurant has tons of windows, creating a beautifully lit dining experience, complimented by numerous big bulbed light fixtures.

Wine Bar George. The Landing.

What makes this spot special is who created it, the chef who was part of the opening team of California Grill, the most popular Walt Disney World restaurant. He then helped run the well respected restaurant for years. You can dine here with confidence your meal will be just as splendid as one at that spectacular restaurant. With all the fun environments found at other restaurants this one isn’t for the family, it’s more for an adult visit.

With over 60 options of where to grab a bite a Disney Springs, these little descriptions should help you narrow your choice down. For more tips on where to dine during your Disney World vacation, take a look at these previous posts:

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