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There are 28 restaurants, subdivided into the 6 Magical Lands of the Magic Kingdom.
  • Adventureland
    • Aloha Isle –Counter/Quick service; American; Pineapple and vanilla ice cream swirls, floats, drinks and chips; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Sunshine Tree Terrace –Counter/Quick service; American; Orange and vanilla ice cream swirls, floats, juice and cookies; all items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Tortuga Tavern –Quick Service; Mexican/American; Chicken burrito, beef nachos, vegetarian burrito and triple chocolate cake; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Fantasyland
    • Be Our Guest Restaurant –Quick service & Table service; French/American; Offers items such as roasted Cornish hen, salmon, shrimp & scallops, steak, salads and desserts; all items under $30; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Cheshire Café –Quick service; American; Offers simple breakfast items such as muffins, fruit, cereal with milk, orange juice, lemonade and coffee; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Cinderella’s Royal Table –Table service; American; Exquisite Princess tastes and the likes will love this fairytale dinner fit for Royalty with options such as Quiche for breakfast and Grouper, Beef tenderloin or pork shank for dinner; The experience comes complete with a complementary picture taken with Cinderella upon entering the castle; All items under $60; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Friar’s Nook –Quick service; Mixed cuisine/American; Hot dogs; teriyaki chicken, Caesar salad and sandwiches; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Gaston’s Tavern –Quick service; Mixed cuisine; Menu includes a roasted pork shank, hummus and chips, sliced apples with caramel sauce and a special “LeFou’s Brew” frozen fruit concoction; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Pinocchio Village Haus –Quick service; Italian/American; Enjoy flatbread pizzas, mac & cheese, salads, subs and more; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Frontierland
    • Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café –Quick service; American; Serves up choices such as chili-cheese fries, turkey sandwiches, burgers, steak platter, and wraps; All items under $15; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Westward Ho –Counter/Quick service; American; Offers items such as corn dogs, chips, and beverages; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Liberty Square
    • Columbia Harbour House –Quick service; American; Enjoy fried fish, shrimp and chicken with fries and slaw or grilled salmon, vegetarian chili and specialty sandwiches; All items under $15; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Diamond Horseshoe –Quick service; American; Satisfy your lunchtime hunger with BBQ turkey sandwiches, tuna salad with croissants, salads and more; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Liberty Tree Tavern –Table Service; American/Buffet; Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving-style meal in a colonial setting; all items under $60; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Storybook Treats –Quick Service; American; Sundaes, fudge brownies, chocolate chunk cookies, milkshakes and float; all items under $5; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Main Street, U.S.A®
    • Casey’s Corner –Quick Service; American; With American baseball favorites such as hot dogs, nachos, French fries, cotton candy and more!; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Crystal Palace –Table/Buffet Service; American; Eat with your favorite Winnie the Pooh characters in this charming restaurant complete with breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet; Serving up shrimp, salads, carved meat, freshly-prepared pastas, and desserts for lunch and dinner; All items under $60; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Main Street Bakery –Quick Service; American; Offering up a wide assortment of gourmet sandwiches and pastries including cookies, muffins, cookies, Danishes and candy; All items under $15; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Plaza Ice Cream Parlor –Quick Service; American; Ice cream at its best with sundaes, cones and special treats; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Plaza Restaurant –Table service; American; This place serves up meatloaf, cheeseburgers, cheese steak sandwiches, grilled Rueben sandwiches, salads and more, All items under $20; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Tony’s Town Square Restaurant –Table Service; Italian; Items include cannelloni, shrimp scampi, New York strip, lamb and more! All items under $30; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Tomorrowland®
    • Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies –Quick Service; American; Ice cream, soda, iced coffee, smoothies, muffins and other refreshers; all items under $5; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Cool Ship –Quick Service; American; Snack station with pretzels and drinks; all items under $6; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café –Quick Service; American; Offering up rotisserie chicken, BBQ pork sandwiches, Angus burgers, hot dogs, soups, salads and more; all items under $15; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Lunching Pad –Quick Service; American; Serving up different types of specialty hot dogs, pretzels, chips and other snacks available; All items under $10; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant –Quick Service; American; Featuring Angus burgers, citrus shrimp, Alfredo pasta, lobster rolls, salads and much more; All items under $15; Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
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There are 38 eateries and restaurants, subdivided into the two realms of Epcot: Future World and The World Showcase.
  • Future World
    • Test Track Cool Wash –Enjoy a quick snack with a refreshing beverage right after speeding down the track. Dinning plan not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Electric Umbrella –Enjoy a heartier snack like a hamburger, nuggets, or even as a salad. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Fountain View –Enjoy a little morning Joe, or have a little iced treat from the Starbucks coffee selection. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Garden Grill –Enjoy some great views from Living with the land as you indulge in some fresh dishes. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Sunshine Seasons –Located at the “Land” pavilion, Sunshine season give a great choice of a quick and fresh meal (some ingredients are home-grown by Disney), they have great Asian choices! Scout your seat before getting your food, as it can be challenging to get a seat at times. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • The World Showcase
    • Akershus Royal Banquet Hall (Norway) –At Akershus Banquet Hall you can meet the most beautiful princess for Storybook dinning inside a medieval castle with beautiful medieval architecture. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe (Norway) –If you are searching to try some native Norwegian specialties, then Kringla is your spot. Try the Kringa Sweet Pretzels, lefse flatbread or even the Salmon and egg sandwich. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Biergarten Restaurant (Germany) –Never been to a German beer garden? This is your chance! At Biegarten you will feel inside an authentic beer garden with an authentic beer and cuisine selection. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Somerfest (Germany) –Get lost in this lovely German village, who wouldn’t want to after eating some Bavarian apple strudel, black forest cake, or if you are in the mood of a meal how does a bratwurst sound? Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Chefs de France (France) –Guru believes this is the most authentic dining experience! At Chefs de France you will feel inside an authentic French brasserie with all its interior decoration and main dishes Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Monsieur Paul (France) –This upscale French restaurant is one of the best fine dining restaurants in Disney property. Open for dinner only, Monsieur Paul not only will make your mouth water but your wallet will feel it too. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • L’Artisan des Glace (France) –Guru loves good Ice Cream. There is no better place than L’Artisan des Glace, with 16 flavors of hand-crafted flavors to choose from, you will satisfy any sweet craving. Disney dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • San Angel Inn Restaurante (Mexico) –San Angel has the best decoration in Epcot. This Mexican restaurant is easy to find once inside the Mayan pyramid in the Mexico area, walk passed the main exhibit and you will find the breath taking restaurant. It is always a beautiful night in front of the breathtaking Mayan Ruins where you will enjoy your dinner. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • La Cantina de San Angel (Mexico) –This is one of Guru’s favorite place to snack! You can enjoy some great Mexican fast food like tacos or empanadas while listening to some traditional Mexican music in front of the World Showcase lagoon. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • La Cava Del Tequila (Mexico) –If you feel like becoming a Tequila connoisseur, La Cava del tequila can help you. Here you can choose from over 100 different types of tequila as well as some tapas style Mexican snacks. No Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • La Hacienda de San Angel (Mexico) –This might be the best place to see the Fireworks while having a Mexican dinner. Not open for lunch. Dinner Reservations highly encouraged, it could be hard to get a table during the firework show. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Le Cellier Steakhouse (Canada) –In you are in the mood for some steak, and enjoy it in a Canadian Chateau, Le Cellier will not disappoint. Make sure to set up a reservation (the restaurant gets booked up 6 months in advance) Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Les Halles Boulangerie & Pâtisserie (France) –French bakeries are known to be the best in the world, at Les Halles, you can enjoy the best pastries and French breads. If you are not into sweets, feel free to enjoy their soups or gourmet coffees. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Funnel Cake (USA) –Incredibly delicious funnel cakes that can even be topped with a slab of vanilla ice cream, yum! Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Liberty Inn (USA) –This colonial style American eatery offers some great all American snacks like hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken nuggets. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Fife & Drum Tavern (USA) –Located in front of the USA pavilion Fife & Drum offers the all-time favorite: Turkey legs as well as soft drinks and other small snacks, great for families who want to grab something and eat it on the go. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Block & Hans (USA) –Love craft beers? This is the place for you. Drink a nice tap craft beer with a salty snack and enjoy of your walk thorough Epcot. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Lotus Blossom Café (China) –Chinese food has become one of the favorite cuisines in America. There is no better place than Lotus Blossom Café in the China Pavilion (inside Epcot) to enjoy some orange chicken, pot stickers or even some Ginger Ice Cream. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Nine Dragons Restaurant (China) –At Nine Dragons you will feel like eating in a legendary location with all the cultural décor and the Chinese entrees we all crave. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Refreshment Cool Post (Outside of China) –Most likely at this point of your walk through Epcot you are thirsty, and nothing better to quench that thirst than a Florida Lager or a Safari Amber (the two beer on tap). They great snacks as well. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Refreshment Port (Africa) –Want to grab a quick snack while traveling around the world, then the Cool Post is the perfect place. You can choose a salty or sweet snack and a beverage. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Restaurant Marrakesh (Morocco) –Guru loves Morocco (it brings a lot of memories), at Marrakesh you can have a great dinner while enjoying the beautiful Moroccan ambience. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Tangierine Café (Morocco) –This quick service café, will allow you to taste some Mediterranean snacks like Hummus and couscous as well as hamburgers and wraps. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Spice Road Table (Morocco) –Spice Road was a great addition to Morocco in the World Showcase, With outdoor and indoor seating, is a great way to try some Mediterranean cuisine while enjoying the views of the Showcase lagoon or the of the air-conditioned space in the indoor dining room. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Katsura Grill (Japan) –Looking for a quiet and serene place to eat? At Katsura you can enjoy some teriyaki, sushi and Curries followed by some sake and plum wine while listening to beautiful Taiko drum sounds. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Teppan Edo (Japan) –This table side Hibachi and Sushi style restaurant will make your mouth water while getting entertained by the chef at the table. It could be a little pricey but your wont regret this family treat. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Tokyo Dining (Japan) –The variety of the dishes of Tokyo dining will make your experience memorable. From Shushi, Tempura and even grill dishes. Could be a little pricey but the views of the lagoon and the great food is well worth it. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Kabuki Café (Japan) –Located at the exit of Japan, Kabuki is a great place to grab a quick sushi roll or to pick up a tasty shaved ice to fight the Florida heat. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar (Italy) –One of the highlights of the world showcase is the food and drinks you can try at the different countries. Tutto Gusto’s wine cellar is one of the best places to do so. A great selection of Italian wines and small plates of meats, cheeses and pastas will make you feel in the old continent’s boot (Italy). Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Tutto Italia Ristorante (Italy) –If you feel like having a complete Italian meal this can be your place. For some guests Tutto Italia could be a little pricey for not being fine dining. But if you have that insatiable craving, this is the place. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria (Italy) –Via Napoli is located in the Plaza in the Italy Pavilion. Most of the entrees are similar to Tutto Italia’s but here pizza is available, making it better suited for families. Prices are still high, but lower than Tutto Italia. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Yorkshire County Fish Shop (UK) –This Fish shop has only one dish – Fish and Chips. There are mixed review about this shop, some love it but there are reviews complaining about the freshness of their only dish. Feel free to be the judge! Make sure you try their beers on tap: Harp or Bass lager. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
    • Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room (UK) –This is Guru’s favorite Pub to have a beer. Walk into Rose & Crown and you will feel like in a British neighborhood pub. With a great beer collection and good dining options, this is your kind of pub. Outside seating available. Great location to see the nightly fireworks. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map (inside the Mexico exhibit).
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There are 21 eateries and restaurants, subdivided into 5 different sections of Hollywood Studios.
  • Echo Lake
    • 50’s Prime Time Café –Step back to the 50s with your family. You will come in and feel like in a front TV room from a 50s home (make sure you get a TV table so your kids can see a real 50s TV playing some TV classics – some play the old Mickey Mouse Club) .Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Backlot Express –As its name says, this fast food place is themed after a backlot full of movie props. You will feel like in break from the movie set. Enjoy some fast food like burgers, chicken salads and hot dogs. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Hollywood & Vine –This buffet restaurant pays tribute to the iconic intersection of Hollywood Blvd. & Vine St. Being. It is one of the best buffets in Hollywood Studios they currently host a breakfast and lunch with characters (reservations needed, extra charges apply). Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Min and Bill's Dockside Diner –Located in front of the Echo lagoon, this counter service restaurant pays tribute to the comedy drama from the 1930s. Outdoor seating only; Gurus favorite is the Frankfurt wrapped in a pretzel roll. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Oasis Canteen –Great quick service stand to pick up a funnel cake on the go, top it with whatever you want like ice cream, strawberries, powder sugar or even cinnamon sugar. Beverages available as well! Bud light draft is available. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Tune-In Lounge –Located right next to the 50s Prime Time Café, this is a great place to grab a cocktail or snack as you wait for a table at the Prime time Café. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Commissary Lane
    • ABC Commissary –This restaurant is great if you have a mixed crowd with different tastes. The restaurant is decorated with Art Deco, Posters and Movie trailers from the 30s. Service can be slow at times. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant –This restaurant has one of the coolest set ups in all Disney World. You will be able to sit down in your own 50s car while watching a black and white Sci-Fi movie under the stars. A little pricey, but is worth it because of the ambience. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Sunset Boulevard
    • Anaheim Produce –Great cart if you are looking for healthy options like fruit and vegetables. Find Carrots, fruit cups, apple slices, grapes and even some juices that will give you the energy to get around the park and maybe shed some pounds! Menu - View location on the map.
    • Catalina Eddie's –Located at Sunset Ranch Market this counter service restaurant offers pizza, hot Italian deli sandwiches, Caesar salads and desserts like banana parfait and vanilla cake with chocolate custard. The banana parfait is a great snack to get you through the day! Menu - View location on the map.
    • Fairfax Fare –This counter service restaurant serves several BBQ options like BBQ chicken, Ribs, pulled pork and chili dogs. No indoor seating. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Hollywood Scoops –One of the most popular ice cream parlors in Hollywood Studios due to its location close to Rock n’ Roller and Tower of Terror. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Rosie's All-American Café –Rosie’s is Guru’s favorite location to wait for FASTPASS times for Rock 'n Roller Coaster, Tower of Terror or Beauty and the Beast, or just to wait with the little ones while the rest of the party rides the coasters. You will find your typical them park items like burgers, nuggets and some tasty desserts. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Starring Rolls Café –This is a Café where you can get the best pastries, sandwiches and of course some coffee on the go, or enjoy it on the tables located right outside. No indoor seating. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Toluca Legs Turkey Co. –If you are walking around Hollywood Studios, chances are you saw somebody eating a huge turkey leg, but you could not find out where they got it, Well this is the place!! Soft drinks available too. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Streets of America
    • High Octane Refreshments –This is one of the great places for adults. The location has the best cocktails in Disney. Not only has the usual options, you choose from a great selection of cocktails, sangria and even beer. No Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Mama Melrose’s Ristorante Italiano –This Italian restaurant is a great place to have a good lunch or dinner. Great old school Italian décor with tiny lights strung across the dining room, hanging cured meats, gives it a great ambiance. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Pizza Planet Arcade –Pizza Planet is great for the little ones who love Buzz Lightyear as well as arcades, and of course pizza. Parents normally enjoy their meal on the second floor while looking down at their kids play in the arcade. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Studio Catering Co. –Studio Catering is a very good option if you want that quick gourmet and tasty sandwich. Only outdoor seating available, so is quite hot during the summer months Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Hollywood Boulevard
    • The Hollywood Brown Derby –Named after a famous restaurant in Hollywood Ca, it portrays the Golden age of Hollywood. It is amazingly decorated and serves contemporary cuisine. Some Disney dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • The Trolley Car Café –This Starbucks is one of the coolest themed stores we have seen in a while, with exposed brick, and pipes to give it an authentic trolley station feel. A full Starbucks menu is available, the only issue I that there is no seating at all, so make sure all your items are easy to eat on the go! Menu - View location on the map.
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There are 21 eateries and restaurants, subdivided into 4 different lands and the Entrance.
  • Main Entrance
    • Rainforest Café® at Disney’s Animal Kingdom –this is the best themed restaurant in Magic Kingdom, just by walking in you feel like you would in the middle of the forest, not only because of the plants around you but because the sound of nature. The food is incredible too! The restaurant can be accessed from inside or outside the park, remember to show your ticket when going back to the park. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Africa
    • Dawa Bar –This African themed outdoor bar, is great to grab a cocktail and cool down. With a great selection of drinks, you can actually find specialty beers and even African beers like the elusive Tusker Lager and St. George Lager. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Harambe Fruit Market –This is a great place to grab a health snack that will make the get long wait in line for your favorite ride a little easier. Choose from Bananas, Oranges or clementines among others. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Harambe Market –the African inspired Market is a great way to recreate African street food, make sure to try all the different entrees like the Karubi Ribs and the items from the Kitamu’s Grill. You can try some South African’s wine as well! Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Harambe Popcorn –Perfect place to have a quick snack and drinks. Cinnamon-glazed almonds, pecans and pop corn are among the things you can get here. Guru's favorite is the Jungle Juice slushie! Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Kusafiri Coffee Shop & Bakery –Great walk up window, where you can get the some coffee and pastries. Great location to get a snack while waiting for the Kilimanjaro Safari. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Tamu Tamu Refreshments –This dessert and beverage kiosk is one of the best places to have a quick treat, blending with its surrounding it can be bypassed by most guests. So if you want a treat in a quiet environment this is your place. Some dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Tusker House Restaurant –Enjoy a buffet for breakfast, lunch or dinner at this African marketplace themed restaurant. Find Donald duck who will be ready to say hi and take pictures while you enjoy your meal. Some dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Asia
    • Anandapur Ice Cream Truck –You can’t miss this ice cream truck, located in front of Everest enjoy you a Sundae or waffle cone during the hot summer days. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Upcountry –Guru always enjoy a good margarita during a hot day. With 3 different types of flavorful margaritas, frozen or not they will sure quench your thirst. No dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Yak & Yeti™ Local Food Cafes –Located on the Asian part of the park, this café offer some lunch selections, snacks and a great selection of alcoholic beverages. All of the selections have a certain Asian flare, even the building architecture remind you of an Indian market. Some dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Yak & Yeti™ Quality Beverages –Offering salads, sandwiches and a good selection of beer, this stand is a great way to grab some food and drink as you make your way through the park. No dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Yak & Yeti™ Restaurant –The Pan-Asian themed restaurant is one of the tastiest places to dine. You can find dishes from India, Japan, China and even Thai. The mix of cultures makes for tasty dishes and the décor for a serene and culturally rich ambiance. Some dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • DinoLand U.S.A.®
    • Dino-Bite Snacks –This small kiosk has a great breakfast wrap, and a great selection of sweet treats making it a great place to stop in the morning and in the afternoon. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Restaurantosaurus –If you ever wanted to study paleontology, Restaurantosaurus is a restaurant themed to show how your dorm room would look like while digging for fossils. The menu selection is ok for a theme park restaurant. There is a great toppings bar to customize your meal! Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Trilo-Bites –At Trilo-Bites you can enjoy a nice waffle sundae, or even the new trendy sweet and savory dish: buffalo chicken waffle sliders. There are a couple of beers offered here, try the Maduro from Cigar City. Some dinning plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Discovery Island®
    • Beastly Kiosk –This kiosk with its counter service offer quick snacks, mostly Pretzels and soft drinks. Perfect for a snack on the go. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Creature Comforts –Now a Starbucks, this is a great location to pick up a morning breakfast pastry with a coffee. You can even pick up an iced coffee to cool down during Florida’s hot afternoons. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Flame Tree Barbecue –If you love BBQ, this is one of the best places in Animal Kingdom, offering St. Louis Ribs, BBQ chicken and Jerk Chicken. Even though it can be a little hot to eat outdoor during the summer months, the portion size and flavor makes this counter service restaurant a great choice. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Gardens Kiosk –Get your share of vegetables here, offering a couple of salads and a nice assortment of flavored lemonades Gardens Kiosk is a great choice for vegetarians guests. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
    • Pizzafari –This pizza place offers individual pizzas as well as sandwiches. This restaurant has several themed rooms: the upside down room, the nocturnal room, the bug room, the camouflage room, and the four seasons room. Guru believes the pizza is decent, not the best but the themed rooms are fun. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • The Restaurants
    • Morimoto Asia – Coming in 2015 –If you love the show “Iron Chef” then you probably remember chef Marimoto. He is opening his own restaurant in Disney Springs this fall 2015 offering different food styles from the entire Asian continent. Everybody is super excited about this new addition, Guru will keep you posted as he finds out more information. View location on the map - Menu: Coming soon - Website: Coming soon.
    • STK Steakhouse – Coming in 2015 –STK will be one of the most exciting additions in the transformation of Disney Springs to Disney Springs. This Steakhouse will be a modern, high energy, two story roof top steakhouse with a live DJ setting the mood. Get ready for great dishes, views and ambiance. Location: Coming Soon - Menu: Coming Soon - Website: Coming Soon.
    • Planet Hollywood – Under renovation until spring 2016 –With the changes going on in Disney Springs, Planet Hollywood is going through renovation. The outside is going to be themed after an observatory (following overall plan for Disney Springs). The décor will be updated, the Hollywood and musical props and memorabilia will of course continue to be present. The menu will change but will continue to offer the all favorite American style cuisine. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Dockside Margaritas –This Margarita bar was opened April 2015. It is a great place to enjoy the village lake views while enjoy a margarita, frozen drink, beer or any cocktail you desire. Guru’s favorite place to sit and enjoy the sunset. View location on the map - Menu
    • The BOATHOUSE –Recently opened April 2015, this 630 seat restaurant (400 indoor and 230 outdoor) is themed after a boathouse but with an exclusive feel. The food is superb, great selection of steaks and seafood. Guru’s favorite activity in Disney Springs is to ride the themed boats (they look like cars from the 50s) from the restaurants dock- there are multiple packages that will take you around the lake offering champagne and chocolate as you ride. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Bongos Cuban Café –Themed after a Cuban restaurant from the 50s, Bongos will be hard to miss with its pineapple shaped building. The owner, Gloria Estefan made sure every aspect of the restaurant are very authentic to her Caribbean roots. Great place to start your night, enjoy a cocktail and meal while listening to real Cuban music before going to a concert in House of Blues. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Cookes of Dublin –Located next to Raglan Road pub and restaurant, Cookes of Dublin brings the Irish cuisine to Disney Springs. This eatery is themed after a traditional Irish fish and chips shop, don’t leave without trying the fish and chips! View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Crossroads at House of Blues –Located next to Raglan Road pub and restaurant, Cookes of Dublin brings the Irish cuisine to Disney Springs. This eatery is themed after a traditional Irish fish and chips shop, don’t leave without trying the fish and chips! View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • The Dining Room at Wolfgang Puck® Grand Cafe –Don’t miss the opportunity to try the great dishes of Wolfgang Puck with his famous Asian-Californian fusion cuisine. This restaurant is very intimate and perfect for that special occasion, Guru loves to get a table next to the windows to enjoy great views of Disney Springs and the Lagoon. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Earl Of Sandwich –Earl of Sandwich is a great sandwich place to grab breakfast before going to the parks, With a great selection of cold and hot fresh sandwiches, it might be the best way to save money on breakfast for the family. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • The Express at Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe –The express is a great counter service eatery that keep up with the high standards of the famous check Wofgang Puck. Even though it can be a little more expensive than other fast food options, the quality of the food won’t disappoint. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Fulton's Crab House –Fulton’s is one of Downtown’s best seafood restaurants in Disney. If you are looking for a normal restaurant, don’t… since the restaurant is actually themed after a riverboat docked in the village lake (it’s the big white one). The restaurant can be a little pricey but the service and freshness of the ingredients is totally worth it. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Fulton's Crab House –Fulton’s is one of Downtown’s best seafood restaurants in Disney. If you are looking for a normal restaurant, don’t… since the restaurant is actually themed after a riverboat docked in the village lake (it’s the big white one). The restaurant can be a little pricey but the service and freshness of the ingredients is totally worth it. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas –Located right on the water, Paradiso 37 is one of the best places to start a night out. With a great selection of cocktails, spirits and beers you can enjoy the sunset views while having a drink. The food selection is great, with cuisine options from different parts of South America Guru always have a hard time choosing from the menu (everything looks great). View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Portobello Country Italian Trattoria –Portobello is located right in front of the Fulton’s River boat. This Italian restaurant is themed after an authentic Italian Osteria / Wine Bistro. Guru loves to dine outside during the fall, the views and the fresh dishes make for a great evening. It can be a little pricey but the food is definitely worth it. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant –It is time to get rowdy to the rhythm of Irish folk music! At Raglan you will find entertainment, great Irish food and drinks. Every night a band playing folk songs as well as covers from your favorite bands take the stage for your entertainment. Food is great. Can’t never go wrong with Sheppard’s pie or lamb shank. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Rainforest Cafe –This known chain does a great job immersing its diners in the jungle and all its creatures while enjoying great meal. The saltwater fish tank ads color and life to the décor, same as the outside with its volcano and beautiful waterfall. Don’t get scared if you hear rain, periodically a “thunderstorm” (not real of course) comes through and several animatronic animals come to life! The food is good, and the variety of the menu is good. View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • The Smokehouse –This great much needed addition to Disney Springs gives hungry guest the option to eat quickly serve BBQ items. Located between house of blues and the crossroads you can enjoy the outdoor seating while the live entertainment goes on. This is a great tasty option if you want a tasty meal and not break the bank! View location on the map - Menu
    • T-REX –This great much needed addition to Disney Springs gives hungry guest the option to eat quickly serve BBQ items. Located between house of blues and the crossroads you can enjoy the outdoor seating while the live entertainment goes on. This is a great tasty option if you want a tasty meal and not break the bank! View location on the map - Menu - Website
    • Splitsville Dining Room –If you enjoy bowling, this is your place. Splitsville has everything you want in a bowling alley: great live music, nice ambiance, and of course 30 bowling lanes (all packed in a two story building). When dinning in Splitsville a great selection can be found (unusual at a bowling alley). View location on the map - Menu - Website
  • Food Trucks - The food truck craze is here! And Disney has recently started following the trend with their 4 food trucks offering some of the best treats that a food truck could offer. Guru would not be surprised if the number of these trucks increase during the busy seasons.
    • Food Truck - Fantasy Fare –At fantasy fare you can try the most iconic food items offered in several Disney parks around the globe like chicken and waffles from Magic Kingdom, the Croque Monsieur from Disneyland Paris and hand-dipped corn dogs from Disneyland Park. View location on the map - Menu
    • Food Truck - Namaste Cafe –The Namaste Café Food truck gives you the option of trying some meal selections with and Indian flare only found in Animal Kingdom. Try some Lamb Kefta or the naan and Samosa. View location on the map - Menu
    • Food Truck - Superstar Catering –This food truck aims to feed the hungry superstar in you. With three great options (a flatbread, lamb shank with mac and cheese and what is called “taste of Hollywood Studios) you can ensure taste is definitely present in all of them. View location on the map - Menu
    • Food Truck - World Showcase of Flavors –Enjoy the tastes of the Epcot food and wine all year round with this food truck. Enjoy a Pierogie, the beef sliders or the chicken Gyro. View location on the map - Menu
  • Snacks / Drinks
    • Bongos Cuban Cafe Express –If you want tasty appetizer without waiting for a table, the Bongos café express should be your choice. Get and empanada or a croquette enjoying a cocktail while you people watch. View location on the map - Menu
    • Downtown Snow Company –Is there a better way to fight the heat than shaved ice? You can choose from a number of flavors and from 2 toppings, condensed milk or marshmallow cream. View location on the map - Menu
    • Forty Thirst Street Express –This smoothie stand will help you to get to your daily fruit intake requirements with their sweet treats. Every smoothie offered has a fruit, juice and yogurt making it a healthy snack. Guru’s favorite is the banana split! View location on the map - Menu
    • The Front Porch –Located just outside of the crossroads and next to the house of blues, the Front porch is a great place to grab a drink before going to a concert at house of blues. Great selection of beers. View location on the map - Drink Menu
    • Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop –Let the smell guide you to a tasty Ghirardelli chocolate treat, is there a better way to cool down than with a waffle cone Sunday or a float? Or warm up with hot chocolate? However the weather looks like Ghirardelli is a great place to stop for a snack! View location on the map - Menu
    • Häagen-Dazs at Disney Springs® West Side –Guru loves Haagen-Dazs ice cream, don’t miss the opportunity to try one of the best ice cream in Disney Springs. View location on the map - Menu
    • STARBUCKS at Disney Springs Marketplace –We all have a favorite snack from Starbucks, it is always great to have a known brand when traveling. So go ahead and have your favorite drink at this coffee shop! View location on the map - Menu
    • STARBUCKS at Disney Springs West Side –We all have a favorite snack from Starbucks, it is always great to have a known brand when traveling. So go ahead and have your favorite drink at this coffee shop! This might be one of the only Starbucks where wine and beer are available. View location on the map - Menu
    • Vivoli il Gelato –This family-run gelato shop is one of the newest additions to Disney Springs (or Disney Springs); using family recipes and imported ingredients, Vivoli has one of the best gelatos Disney can offer. Snacks are also available (try the Prosciutto and Mascarpone Panini!). View location on the map - Menu
    • Wetzel's Pretzels at Disney Springs Marketplace –Wetzel deliciously bakes the preferred snack in America: The pretzel. Choose from Savory pretzels like the sour cream and onion to sweet pretzels like the sinful cinnamon (Guru’s favorite). All of them are wonderful. View location on the map - Menu
    • Wetzel's Pretzels at Disney Springs West Side –Wetzel deliciously bakes the preferred snack in America: The pretzel. This Wetzel’s Pretzel has a bigger selection than its Market place location with some extra items like the Cheese dog and pepperoni twist pretzels. View location on the map - Menu
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  • Avalunch –This counter-service restaurant is great to pick up a snack on the go (there are tables outside but they could be full during lunch time). Try the mac and cheese dog, is good selection for a quick lunch. Beer available. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Cooling Hut –this quick service outlet is great for a quick snack, like a sandwich (chicken wrap or tuna), ice cream or beverages. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Frostbite Freddy's Frozen Freshments –Want a turkey leg? This is the place to have one. But their specialty are frozen drinks with a great selection sweet drinks and frozen cocktails. Pick up your fancy drink and head to your favorite ride. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • I.C. Expeditions –As the name hints, this counter service shop specializes in cold or frozen treats. You can find ice cream, root beer floats, waffle cones, fruit bars, sundaes, etc. Their specialty is called Sand Pail (might be blizzard beach signature ice cream), enough for the whole family to share, the Sand Pail consist of vanilla, chocolate ice cream, caramel, Oreos, peanuts and whipped cream, all inside a beach bucket, so the whole family can shovel away this sweet treat. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Lottawatta Lodge –Being the largest counter-service option in Blizzard Beach, it offers a number of options like pizzas, burgers, wraps, sandwiches and other counter service items. There are plenty of tables so finding one won’t be an issue even during the busy season. Beware of the lines, Lottawatta is known having slow service. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Mini Donuts at Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park –It is a known fact that swimming will open the appetite. So if you are looking for a quick snack that will give you the fuel needed to continue, then Mini Donuts are great. You can get ½ dozen or 1 dozen with dipping sauces, have them with a coffee and then you have fuel for hours. Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Polar Pub –enjoy a refreshing cocktail, as you look over the wave pool. You won’t know if you should feel cold or hot looking at the winter decoration while feeling the Florida heat. Frozen drinks are the specialty here, Gurus favorite is the Grapefruit margarita! Dining plans not accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Warming Hut –Guru loves different options, you can find plenty of options at the Warming hut. Guru believes this is the best place to have lunch at not only because the lines are short but because the food. Try the Beef empanadas or the Feijao Com Arroz Galinha, they won’t disappoint. Some dining plans accepted. Menu - View location on the map.
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  • Happy Landings Ice Cream –At Happy landings ice cream you can find great cold sweet treats like ice cream, sundaes, waffle cones and floats. Their specialty is called Sand Pail (might be blizzard beach signature ice cream), enough for the whole family to share, the Sand Pail consist of vanilla, chocolate ice cream, caramel, Oreos, peanuts and whipped cream, all inside a beach bucket, so the whole family can shovel away this sweet treat. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Leaning Palms –this eatery can’t be missed, you can see the leaning tower from far away! Being the main quick service fast food place in Typhoon Lagoon, it has a decent selection of fast food option like burgers, nuggets, pizza and a couple of salads. Service can be slow during high season. Expect to pay close to 50 dollars for a family of four. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Let's Go Slurpin –Adults love this place during a hot summer day, you can find alcoholic beverages on the rocks, but everybody’s favorite drinks are frozen. Guru’s favorite is a frozen Typhoon Tilly (Sammy's Beach Bar Rum, Midori, Crème de Banana and Blue Curaçao blended with Piña Colada Mix) for a refreshing treat. Some salty treats are available too. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Lowtide Lou's –Lowtide Lou’s is a seasonal shack offering snacks, ice cream bars, shaved iced, and a good selection of alcoholic beverages. Is a great option if other location are too busy, just remember this shack is seasonal, so don’t be surprised if it is closed. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Snack Shack –Snack Shack is a great counter serve place to get a heathy snack on the go. Choose from shrimp salads, chicken wraps, turkey pesto and tuna sandwiches among others. They have some sweets and alcoholic options too. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Typhoon Tilly's –Themed after a shipwreck, Typhoon Tilly’s is a counter service eatery offering some seafood like fried shrimp, fish baskets as well as some BBQ items. Tone of the best places if you are looking for seafood. Wine and beer available! Menu - View location on the map.
  • Wonderland Cafe –Great stop to get a coffee and a dessert to get you going to the next zone! Great coffee and desserts offered. Location: 4th Floor.
  • Food Quest –If you need a quick snack, there is no need to exit Disney Quest, just head over to the 5th floor to grab a salad, pizza or sandwich, a drink and get the energy needed to get back to the fun! Location: 5th Floor.
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill –this restaurant is the perfect stop before going to your favorite sporting event, the menu offered is somewhat simple with wings, hamburgers, nuggets, nachos, cold and hot sandwiches is just perfect for the venue. A full bar is available in the Patio. A total of 10 TVs are available throughout the venue, so not a single goal, basket or point can be missed from any ESPN televised sporting event. Don’t leave without taking the picture at the Sport Center desk! Menu - View location on the map.
  • Big River Grille & Brewing Works –Big River is the only Microbrewery in Disney! Microbreweries are taking over and Disney is leading the way! At Big River, Guru always find a great brew (his favorites are Sweet Magnolia American Brown Ale and the Rocket Red Ale). For lunch or dinner, you can find salads, sandwiches and plenty of grill dishes. Prices for entrees can be a little high, but the experience of seeing a brew master through the floor to ceiling glass windows make the experience worth every penny. Menu - View location on the map.
  • BoardWalk Bakery –If you are an early riser and enjoy a good coffee with a pastry, then this is your place! The Boardwalk bakery opens at 6:30 am. The whole place is themed after the 1920s Jersey Shore, so it will feels like going back in time. This bakery offer sandwiches, salads and snacks perfect for any time of the day. Menu - View location on the map.
  • BoardWalk Joe's Marvelous Margaritas –At Boardwalk Joe’s guests can pick up on of their favorite frozen or on the rocks cocktails like margaritas, piña coladas, and of course one of the favorites: the superfruit margarita. Roasted almonds, pecans and pretzel are available a well -Disney knows how make adults crave sweet frozen cocktails! Menu - View location on the map.
  • ESPN Club –This sports bar is one of the biggest venues at the boardwalk covering 13,000 square feet. Burgers, sandwiches, wings, salads are offered for lunch and dinner; food is good but the main attraction are sports. Find over 100 different sized TVs, it is a great venue to watch that special game or to catch a live Sports Show broadcasted from the special glass booth! *Reservations for VIP seating are highly encouraged for important games. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Flying Fish Cafe –The Flying Fish Café is a great fine dine restaurant with an open kitchen concept. It is a great option if you want to have a special family dinner. Every entree is really tasty, but their specialty is seafood. Prices can be a little high – expect to pay around $40-$50 per person after entrees and drinks. Deserts are really good too, Guru’s favorite: The Banana Napoleon.
    A great option for “foodies” is the “Chefs tasting wine dinner”. With this experience up to 6 guests will have a seat in front of the kitchen where the chef and its crew will prepare a meal just for you and pair it with great wines. The experience is available to reserve Sunday through Thursday 5:45pm to 8:15pm. Reservations are needed at least one day in advance. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Funnel Cake Cart –A walk through the boardwalk would not be complete without a funnel cake! This cart is conveniently located in the middle of the Boardwalk. If you are not in the mood for a funnel cake, other options are available like fried ice cream and cotton candy. Some alcoholic beverages are available –the sangria is really refreshing. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Seashore Sweets –This old Atlantic shore candy/sweets themed store is a great stop if you are looking for a sweet treats like taffy, fudge, floats, candy or even ice cream. This store is owned and operated by a pair of very sweet sisters who make sure you can find the store by the beautiful sweet smell, just follow your nose! Menu - View location on the map.
  • The To-Go Cart –As the name implies, the To-go Cart is a place to grab snacks on the go. Find hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, wings, subs. It is quite a small cart and there are not chairs available close to it, so I would recommend to find some outdoor chairs close to the Pizza window. Menu - View location on the map.
  • Trattoria al Forno –Trattoria al Forno is one of the newest restaurants in the Disney’s Boardwalk (opened Dec 2014). With an extensive wine menu at Trattoria you can find from wood fire pizzas to fine dining classic Italian entrees. The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner only. The restaurant has been carefully furnished and decorated, as the restaurant grew more rooms have been added, each with its own character and style. Try to dine at a different room every time you go so you can experience each of the dining rooms.
    These are the four dining rooms:
    • Entrata – This is the original room with a great wine cabinet in the back and family memorabilia all throughout the dining room.
    • Cucina – Designed as a eat in kitchen, guests can see as the chefs cook guests entrees.
    • Forno – This room has an oven (Forno) as the center piece of the dining room.
    • Sala da Pranzo – The formal dining room, with fine silverware, glassware and big chandeliers.
    Menu - View location on the map.
  • Winter Summerland Miniature Golf –Snacks are available at the counter when getting all your golf gear at each course. If going to get a meal, Guru recommends going to a restaurants close by.
    *There are no restaurants within walking distance of Disney’s Winter Summerland Miniature Golf unless you have a Blizzard’s beach day pass.
  • Fantasia Garden and Fairways Miniature Golf –
    • Picabu Located in the Dolphin Hotel, this is a curious gallery of evocative food and art, Picabu was created to delight both kids and the young at heart. The always-open adventure eatery serves up an affordable and unique dining option for the entire family in a buffet/cafeteria setting.
      Hours: 24 hours a day.
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    • Garden Groove Guests will feel as if they have been transported to the tranquil gardens of Central Park after stepping into the Garden Grove restaurant in the Walt Disney World Swan Resort. With a center piece being an oak tree that gives the restaurant character. Food is good and reasonable priced.
      Hours: Breakfast 6:30 am - 11:30 am. Lunch 11:30 am - 2:00 pm. Dinner 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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