There are over 200 Walt Disney World restaurants across the Disney property and it can be hard to decide which ones to eat at when you’re only visiting for 5-7 days. After all, Disney dining is a whole attraction in itself!
We’re going to help you out and let you know about 32 of the very best Disney World restaurants — in no particular order — across the Disney Parks and Resorts in Florida.
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CINDERELLA’S ROYAL TABLE AT MAGIC KINGDOM
There are a lot of dining options to choose from when you’re visiting Magic Kingdom, but what may be the most popular dining experience at Disney World is Cinderella’s Royal Table. What makes this restaurant so special is that it’s located in the most magical place — inside Cinderella Castle! Plus, you’ll even get to meet Cinderella herself while you dine!
Cinderella’s Royal Table is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, making it a bit easier to fit into your vacation plans. Depending on when you’re dining, you can try dishes like Caramel Apple-Stuffed French Toast, beef tenderloin, and a special Clock Strikes Twelve dessert. The food isn’t necessarily the thing that stands out about this restaurant though — you’re really paying for the experience of being able to eat in the castle, vaulted stone ceilings with stained glass windows and all!
In the past, a character dining experience has been offered here with princesses like Ariel, Aurora, Jasmine, Cinderella, and Snow White greeting guests throughout their meal. However, this is currently unavailable and guests will only see Cinderella for a quick photo op outside of the restaurant when they arrive.
BE OUR GUEST RESTAURANT AT MAGIC KINGDOM
Be Our Guest Restaurant is another one of the most popular restaurants in Magic Kingdom. Located in New Fantasyland, this sit-down dining experience is designed to bring you inside The Beast’s castle from Disney’s animated film Beauty and the Beast. There are three dining rooms including the Grand Ballroom (which you will recognize from the ballroom dancing scene in the movie), the West Wing (which is the Beast’s mysterious study where you can see the iconic enchanted rose), and the Castle Gallery (which is “Belle’s private library” where you can search for Easter eggs from the movie).
Currently, Be Our Guest Restaurant serves a prix-fixe meal for lunch and dinner (with limited brunch options from 10AM to noon daily). If you’re able to snag a reservation, be sure to try the French Onion Soup and save room at the end of your meal for the Dessert Trio, with a cupcake that features “The Grey Stuff” from the movie! Plus, keep an eye out for The Beast while you eat — he usually walks through the dining rooms at least once throughout your meal.
THE CRYSTAL PALACE AT MAGIC KINGDOM
For a more traditional character dining experience in Magic Kingdom, make a reservation at The Crystal Palace. Located just off Main Street, U.S.A., this is one of the best spots to meet Disney characters and enjoy a meal. The restaurant itself is designed after England’s Crystal Palace, so you’ll find a greenhouse-inspired atmosphere.
And, while you enjoy the buffet service you’ll get to meet characters from the Hundred Acre Woods! Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet, and Tigger make their way to each table in the restaurant to pose for photos and sign autographs.
Try not to get caught up in all the character hugs though, because the food here is also pretty noteworthy. Some of the standout dishes are the freshly baked pastries for breakfast and the strawberry shortcake that is served for dessert with both lunch and dinner. Enjoy as much as you want from the buffet line for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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JUNGLE NAVIGATION CO. LTD SKIPPER CANTEEN AT MAGIC KINGDOM
If you’re in the mood for some theme park eats that are a bit more adventurous and unique for your taste buds, head to Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen in Magic Kingdom. This restaurant is as fun as it is delicious! As the story goes, the skippers who give guided tours of the Nile, Amazon, and Congo Rivers on the Jungle Cruise ride in Magic Kingdom decided to open up their tropical headquarters (and kitchens!) to travelers. And, the inside is just as quirky (and cheesy) as the jokes told on the attraction.
The menu here is a bit less conventional, but there’s sure to be something for everyone – even your pickiest eaters. Some of the most popular dishes are the “Tastes Like Chicken” Because it is!, the “Hardy Har Char ” Siu Pork, and the Falls Family Falafel.
But – here’s a pro tip – don’t order off the menu! Instead, ask your skipper (a.k.a. server) what’s on the secret menu. In the past, there have been dishes like Pork Satay Skewers, Pão de Queijo (cheesy bread with poblano cream cheese and chimichurri sauce), and an exclusive Disney beer called Kungaloosh.
LIBERTY TREE TAVERN AT MAGIC KINGDOM
Do you ever wish that you could have Thanksgiving dinner every day? Well, at Liberty Tree Tavern in Magic Kingdom you can! Designed as a colonial-style inn that pays tribute to the founding fathers in the Liberty Square section of the park, this is one of the best table-service restaurants for picky eaters and kids. Why? Because they’re always serving up all-you-care-to-enjoy roasted turkey, pot roast, and traditional American sides! Plus, it’s hard to pass up the delicious ooey gooey toffee cake with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream for dessert.
The restaurant itself is uniquely themed with six rooms that commemorate historic people like Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. But, if you’d prefer a change of scenery, you can also find the full Liberty Tree Tavern menu at The Diamond Horseshoe nearby in the park.
Reservations for both restaurants open 60 days in advance. You can see what time slots are available in the dining view of the My Disney Experience app.
PECOS BILL TALL TALE INN AND CAFE AT MAGIC KINGDOM
If you’re looking for a quick bite between rides in Magic Kingdom, there’s no shortage of options. But, if you’re looking for the very best quick service restaurant, skip the chicken strips at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe and Pinocchio Village Haus near “it’s a small world” and opt for Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe.
Pecos Bill’s is styled after an Old West saloon in the heart of Frontierland and features a menu full of Mexican fare like fajitas, nachos, rice bowls, and more. Plus, you can find some of the best churros in the park here!
LE CELLIER STEAKHOUSE AT EPCOT
When you’re visiting EPCOT, it can be hard to choose where to eat – especially with all the different festivals that bring food booths to World Showcase nearly year-round. However, if you’re looking for a more traditional meal at a table service restaurant, Le Cellier Steakhouse is the first thing that comes to mind. It is located in EPCOT’s Canada Pavilion and is the only Signature restaurant in the park.
The steakhouse is themed to look like you’ve stepped into a Canadian wine cellar with darker lighting, wooden tables, and stone walls in the dining room. And, while a meal here does come with a hefty price tag, it is well worth it if you’re in the mood for some of the best filet mignon.
The most noteworthy dishes here are the Canadian cheddar cheese soup served with pretzel bread (find it on the appetizer menu), the steak cuts, and the poutine.
LA HACIENDA DE SAN ANGEL AT EPCOT
For an authentic Mexican meal, look no further than La Hacienda de San Angel in the Mexico Pavilion at EPCOT! This sit-down restaurant is only open for late lunch and dinner each day, but it offers some of the most spectacular views of EPCOT’s World Showcase. Located right on the lagoon, you’ll look out over the water throughout your entire meal and you may even catch the fireworks show if you time your reservation just right.
La Hacienda de San Angel is known for having some of the best margaritas, and they even have a Tequila Ambassador on hand who can help you choose a tequila that is sure to be your new favorite.
And, if the thought of queso makes your mouth water, then the Queso Fundido is a must-try. It is a dish made with warmed cheese topped with poblano peppers and sausage. All in all, you won’t be disappointed in the quality of the Mexican food here!
LES HALLES BOULANGERIE-PATISSERIE AT EPCOT
For a fast (and delicious) bite in EPCOT, head to Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in the France Pavilion. This traditional French bakery grab-and-go restaurant has everything from soups, to salads, to fresh baguette sandwiches, to pastries, and more!
The best part? It’s one of the less costly spots to dine across Disney World, so you can save some cash while still enjoying a filling and satisfying meal.
SPACE 220 AT EPCOT
Space 220 is one of the newest restaurants in EPCOT and it certainly lives up to the hype that it has garnered since opening! Located in the World Discovery neighborhood of the park near Mission: SPACE, you’ll board a “space elevator” when you arrive and watch as EPCOT disappears into the distance while you ascend 220 miles above the earth for your meal. Up at the “space station,” the dining room is surrounded by panoramic views of space that you get to enjoy while you eat.
The restaurant serves a 2-course prix-fixe menu for lunch and a 3-course prix-fixe menu for dinner with dishes like Blue Moon Cauliflower, Galactic Salmon, Peanut Caramel Comet on both menus. And, if you’re dining with kiddos, they’re sure to enjoy collecting exclusive Space 220 trading cards that come with anything on the kids’ menu!
Now, Space 220 is on the pricier end when it comes to EPCOT restaurants because of the prix-fixe structure, however, you can enjoy most of the menu items a la carte at the Space 220 Lounge. Reservations are also required for the lounge and you’ll still get the full experience of dining in space.
YORKSHIRE COUNTY FISH SHOP AT EPCOT
Yorkshire County Fish Shop is so good that there’s only one thing on the menu – fish and chips! And, the line that forms in front of the restaurant at all times of the day proves that it’s a must-try! Of course, there are also some soft drinks and “draught” beer on the menu to pair with your crispy strips of fish.
Find this quick-service window on the World Showcase pathway in the United Kingdom Pavilion with plenty of outdoor seating nearby.
REGAL EAGLE SMOKEHOUSE AT EPCOT
If you’re craving some good ‘ole American barbecue, Regal Eagle Smokehouse in EPCOT’s American Adventure pavilion serves up the very best! The restaurant took over the former home of Liberty Inn, and delicious backyard BBQ is the name of the game. You’ll find classics like Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich, Memphis Dry-Rub Pork Ribs, or Kansas City Half-Smoked Chicken cooked straight out of the smoker.
What really sells this fast-casual spot is the four signature sauces that you can only find inside. Each was exclusively created for Regal Eagle Smokehouse and you can have unlimited portions throughout your meal! Beyond the food and tasty sauces, you’ll also find a full menu of craft beers and ciders from around the U.S.
VIA NAPOLI AT EPCOT
There are a lot of places where you can grab a pizza throughout Disney World, but they are no match to the pizza you can get at Via Napoli in the Italy Pavilion at EPCOT.
Before the menu here was crafted, restaurateur Nick Valenti traveled to Naples to learn exactly how the perfect Italian pizza was created. Everything from the temperature of the ovens, to the dough, to the crust, and even the sauce were studied to bring the most authentic Italian pizza to Disney World. So, it’s no wonder that this table service restaurant has garnered a reputation as one of the best restaurants around World Showcase!
Though the pizza is really what stands out about the restaurant, really any of the menu items (including several pasta dishes and salads) are outstanding. And, while you dine, be sure to check out the three giant wood pizza ovens at the center of the open kitchen. They’re named Vesuvio, Etna, and Stromboli which are three active volcanoes in Italy!
OGA’S CANTINA AT DISNEY’S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS
Calling all Star Wars fans! Have you ever wanted to step inside one of Star Wars’ notorious local watering holes from the movies? Well, now you can! Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the local cantina on the planet of Batou where travelers come to grab a drink and enjoy a snack.
The lounge is highly immersive with a droid – DJ R-3X – spinning tunes while you relax. And, what might be even more unique, is the menu! Some of the more popular items to try on the menu are the Jedi Mind Trick cocktail, the Fuzzy Tauntaun (which actually makes your lips tingle!), and Dagobah Slug Slinger.
As you might imagine, Oga’s Cantina is extremely popular and the capacity of the lounge is small which makes it more difficult to snag a reservation here. The best way to guarantee yourself a spot is to set an alarm 60 days in advance of your trip and make a reservation through Disney’s website. Spots go fast, so keep checking back often if you’re unable to get a time initially.
50’S PRIME TIME CAFE AT DISNEY’S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS
If you’ve got a picky eater in your party, 50’s Prime Time Cafe is one of the best restaurants to try in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Not only do they serve up American classics like pot roast, meatloaf, and golden fried chicken, but the Cast Members will make sure that your picky eater finishes their plate. Yes, really!
50’s Prime Time Cafe is themed to transport you back in time to Mom’s kitchen – including some fun antics! Servers here have been known to make you wear bibs so you don’t spill any of your food on your shirt, and be careful not to leave any veggies on the plate – they’ll make you finish them! Luckily, you’re rewarded with some of the best desserts around on the menu including the famous Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake and a chocolate peanut butter layer cake.
HOLLYWOOD BROWN DERBY AT DISNEY’S HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS
For even more glitz and glamor at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, try the Hollywood Brown Derby! This sit-down restaurant is themed after the historic Hollywood restaurant and is known for having some of the best contemporary American dishes in the park.
In fact, the food here is so good that a salad is one of the most popular dishes (the Famous Cobb Salad to be exact!). You’ll also want to save some room for dessert here because the Grapefruit Cake is equally iconic.
Be sure to look around at all the caricatures of celebrities on the walls while you’re eating too and see who you can spot!
SATU’LI CANTEEN AT DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM
Satu’li Canteen quickly became a fan-favorite quick-service restaurant in Disney’s Animal Kingdom when it opened in 2017. Located in Pandora – The World of Avatar, the restaurant is themed to be the former mess hall of the RDA (which you’ll recognize from the highly acclaimed movie).
The menu is said to be “crafted from Pandora’s natural abundance” with an international influence, so you can enjoy some healthier menu items like customizable bowls and steamed pods. You’re sure to find something for both adventurous and picky eaters alike here!
And, if you’re at a loss for what to order, try the famed Cheeseburger Pods for a truly fun and unique dish that almost anyone will enjoy.
TUSKER HOUSE AT DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM
Tusker House Restaurant is one of the best-kept secrets in Disney’s Animal Kingdom because it has so much to offer. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner as a character dining experience and it ranks as one of the best buffet meals in Disney World.
The fare here is African-inspired, with breakfast items like Durban Chicken and Egg Curry with Jasmine Rice and Moroccan-Spiced Beef, Berbere-Marinated Pork, and Spit-Roasted Herb Chicken available with lunch and dinner. Of course, there are also the classics like Mickey and Simba Waffles and chicken fingers available too.
The meal is hosted by Donald Duck and his friends, who are all dressed in safari outfits, fitting with the theme of the restaurant. You can usually expect to meet Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and Mickey Mouse, but the characters can change. Don’t forget to bring your autograph book and camera with you, though, because you’ll certainly want to take advantage of meeting these Disney characters between bites!
NOMAD LOUNGE AT DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM
Tiffins is a highly acclaimed signature restaurant in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but you don’t have to shell out the big bucks to try some of the delicious bites from the restaurant! Nomad Lounge is located right next door and features many of the same appetizers from the Tiffins menu. Plus, the atmosphere is unmatched if you’re looking for some R&R in the middle of a busy park day!
Highlights of the Nomad Lounge menu include the Tiffins Bread Service, Kungaloosh “Spiced Expedition Ale” (which is exclusive to Disney World), and the tastiest Churros available in the parks. And, you’ll be enjoying it all with a view of the Discovery River!
No reservations are required here, though you will need to use the My Disney Experience app to join the Walk-Up Waitlist when you arrive. You’ll then be notified when a table is available.
CHEF ART SMITH’S HOMECOMIN’ AT DISNEY SPRINGS
You don’t have to buy a theme park ticket to have a delicious meal in Disney World! Disney Springs is home to some of the best Disney restaurants on property and Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ ranks among the top.
Comfort food is the name of the game here with a menu that was crafted by Celebrity Chef Art Smith (who was the former chef to Oprah Winfrey among many other accolades). You can dine here for lunch and dinner daily or stop by for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays before 1PM.
And, if you’re not sure what to order because it all sounds so good, try Art’s Famous Fried Chicken – it is one of the most popular dishes on the menu!
WINE BAR GEORGE AT DISNEY SPRINGS
For a more upscale meal in Disney Springs, make a reservation at Wine Bar George! The owner of the restaurant, Master Sommelier George Miliotes, was part of the opening team at Disney’s signature restaurant in the Contemporary Resort, California Grill, and he has brought his expertise to this new(er) spot.
Wine Bar George is an award-winning restaurant and boasts more than 140 wine offerings that complement the terrific menu. Some of the most popular dishes and drinks include the Crispy Mac & Cheese Bites, House-Made Meatballs, and the Frozcato made with DOLE Whip Pineapple.
Wine Bar George is also known for their unique Corkcicle wine tumbler souvenirs which come with a free drink when you purchase one. The tumbler designs range from solid colors to ones with Disney characters on them. And, if you can’t make it to the restaurant for a sit-down meal, you can also see what’s available at Wine Bar George’s quick-service counter location, The Basket!
PLANET HOLLYWOOD OBSERVATORY AT DISNEY SPRINGS
You’ve probably heard of Planet Hollywood (and maybe even eaten at one) before, but the Planet Hollywood Observatory is still worth eating at Disney Springs! The restaurant is decked out in Hollywood memorabilia and the menu has been entirely revamped for an even better meal.
What makes the Disney Springs location different from all the other Planet Hollywoods out there though, is that celebrity chef, Guy Fieri, was brought in to create exclusive burgers and sandwiches that you can only get in Disney World! Plus, if you’ve got a sweet tooth, there are also some over-the-top milkshakes on the menu to end your meal on the right note.
SANAA AT DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM LODGE – KIDANI VILLAGE
When you think of Disney vacations and all the food you’ll be eating, the restaurants in the parks are likely the ones that immediately come to mind. But, you’ll be missing out on some of the best food in Disney World if you don’t consider some restaurants in the Disney World Resort hotels.
For example, Sanaa is one of the greatest hidden gems at Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village! The restaurant is open for breakfast as a quick-service restaurant, but then it transforms for lunch and dinner with a full menu featuring savory Indian flavors. Plus, no matter when you dine, you’ll enjoy your meal while watching the exotic animals that live at the resort roam the Sunset Savanna through large glass windows that line the restaurant.
The views of the savanna are certainly a highlight of the meal, but the menu is also a standout with some of the most delicious food found in any Disney hotel. The most talked about dish is the Indian-Style Bread Service, which is an appetizer that features several different Indian breads and nine different accompaniments for your dipping pleasure.
And, while Sanaa may not serve the most traditional type of food you’re used to while on vacation, there’s sure to be something that even the pickiest eater will enjoy on the menu.
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STEAKHOUSE 71 AT DISNEY’S CONTEMPORARY RESORT
Over at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Steakhouse 71 is home to some of the best steak outside of the theme parks! The restaurant replaced The Wave in 2021 and is named after the year that the Contemporary Resort opened in 1971. Because of this, you’ll notice quite a few references to Walt Disney and the beginnings of the Walt Disney Company throughout the decor, making it a fun place to eat if you’re traveling with big Disney fans.
Steak is the highlight of the menu at Steakhouse 71, but there are several other stand-out items that are all inspired by the dishes that Walt Disney loved himself. For example, The Steakhouse 71 Feast, Walt’s Prime Rib Hash, and French Onion Soup are among the menu items that pay tribute to the legend. Plus, the restaurant even has several Disney family wines on the menu!
CALIFORNIA GRILL AT DISNEY’S CONTEMPORARY RESORT
California Grill is among the great options for dining when it comes to sit-down meals at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. This restaurant has been a staple at the resort since it opened (though, it had a different name for many years) and it still stands as the hotel’s only signature restaurant.
The restaurant is located on the top floor of the hotel with breathtaking views of the Seven Seas Lagoon and Magic Kingdom (including fireworks!), making it a great place to celebrate a special occasion. And, what’s even more unique is that you actually have to take a private elevator to get to it!
Traditionally, the menu is full of dishes inspired by the flavors of California. However, beginning October 1st, 2021 through March 1st, 2023, the restaurant features a special prix fixe menu for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary celebration. Keep in mind that California Grill does have a dress code, so be sure to dress accordingly if you have a reservation.
VICTORIA & ALBERT’S AT DISNEY’S GRAND FLORIDIAN RESORT & SPA
The most critically acclaimed restaurant in Disney World is Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. In fact, it was awarded a AAA five-diamond rating thanks to its fine dining atmosphere and exquisite tasting menus. Because of this, Victoria & Albert’s is the most expensive restaurant to eat at in Disney World.
When making a reservation here, you can choose to reserve the main Dining Room which features an 8 to 12-course meal, the Queen Victoria Room which features a version of the chef’s degustation menu, or Victoria & Albert’s Chef’s Table which is a 3-hour experience where you interact with the chef as they curate a personalized menu and prepare your meal.
Needless to say, this is THE restaurant to take someone to if you’re looking for an extra special place to celebrate any occasion!
TOPOLINO’S TERRACE – FLAVORS OF THE RIVIERA AT DISNEY’S RIVIERA RESORT
Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera at Disney’s Riviera Resort is home to two dining experiences – each delicious in their own right! For breakfast, it ranks as one of the best places to head to for a character meal with the chance to meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy in stylish artsy outfits. The prix-fixe menu is expansive and the presentation of the dishes is unique. So, whether you’re ordering Mickey Waffles or Eggs Benedict, you’re in for a treat!
For dinner, the restaurant transforms with a menu that features French and Italian cuisine like handmade pasta dishes, seafood, and mouth-watering desserts. Late evening is a great time to make your reservation because you’ll have views of the nighttime fireworks show at EPCOT from the rooftop restaurant!
STORYBOOK DINING AT ARTIST POINT AT DISNEY’S WILDERNESS LODGE
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is among the Disney resorts that feature a character dining experience, but you won’t find Mickey Mouse here! Story Book Dining at Artist Point is a whimsical dining experience where you have the chance to eat in the Enchanted Forest and meet Snow White, Dopey, Grumpy, and the Evil Queen.
The restaurant features a highly themed prix-fixe menu with dishes like Magic Mirror’s Slow-braised Pork Shank, Royal Prime Rib Roast, and Brother’s Grimm Herbed Chicken. Artist Point is only open for dinner though, so be sure to make your reservation 60 days in advance since they can go fast!
1900 PARK FARE AT DISNEY’S GRAND FLORIDIAN RESORT & SPA
Another one of the best character meals can be found at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa! Though temporarily closed, 1900 Park Fare is one of the most well-known character dining experiences outside of the parks with chances to meet your favorite Disney characters at both breakfast and dinner.
For breakfast, Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland, The Mad Hatter, Tigger, and Winnie the Pooh make their way through the dining room while you feast on an all-you-care-to-enjoy breakfast buffet. And for dinner, Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, and Cinderella’s Stepsisters, Anastasia and Drizella make an appearance.
The buffets at both meals are delicious, and you’ll be able to try the famous Floridian Strawberry Soup at both!
‘OHANA AT DISNEY’S POLYNESIAN VILLAGE RESORT
‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has gained a huge following from Disney fans over the decades – and for good reason! For breakfast, the restaurant opens for their Best Friends Breakfast character meal with appearances from Lilo, Stitch, Mickey, and Pluto. And, while the menu items in the morning are more standard, it’s the dinner menu that really stands out at ‘Ohana.
Character meet and greets are not available with dinner, but that’s okay because you’ll be busy eating some of Disney World’s most popular dishes like grilled teriyaki beef, spicy peel-n-eat shrimp, grilled chicken, and ʻOhana Noodles.
In fact, the menu items here have become so popular among fans that social media went wild when the ‘Ohana Noodles were taken off the menu in 2021. Luckily, they returned shortly after so you can still try the sensational dish when you visit!
SCAT CAT’S CLUB CAFE AT DISNEY’S PORT ORLEANS RESORT – FRENCH QUARTER
While not a full-service restaurant at the Walt Disney World Resort, Scat Cat’s Club Cafe at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter is a must-do if you have a sweet tooth. Why? Well, the only thing on the menu is Mickey Beignets – and they are even better than they sound!
The iconic Mickey beignets were previously served in the resort’s food courts, but they found a new home at the cafe in recent years. Luckily, you can still find all the best flavors including boozy beignets that are filled with Bailey’s, Kahlua, or RumChata.
HOOP-DEE-DOO MUSICAL REVUE AT DISNEY’S FORT WILDERNESS RESORT AND CAMPGROUND
Not many people know about Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, but you need to add this to your must-do list on your next Disney vacation ASAP!
Located at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, Hoop-Dee-Doo is Disney World’s only dinner show and it is well worth the time it may take you to travel to the hotel. The show will have you laughing and smiling and you’ll enjoy buckets of food in between acts.
You’re also sure to love your meal with all you can enjoy fried chicken, mashed potatoes, ribs, cornbread, strawberry shortcake, and more served during every show!
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