Disney Springs has exploded this year with shopping and dining options! I have so many places to check out now, so excited! Here are all the Disney Springs Dining Options. If I have been there, I have linked my review in the description. You will also find some reviews from my Disney blogging friends. I will be adding menus and reviews as I explore Disney Springs myself.
Ultimate Disney Springs Dining Guide
Disney Springs Marketplace
AristoCrepes — Serves savory or sweet crepes.
B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. — Gobble up an assortment of artisan sausages inspired by The Three Little Pigs.
Dockside Margaritas — A waterfront margarita bar offering live entertainment daily in a laid-back environment amid tropical décor. Menu includes a variety of handcrafted margaritas, specialty cocktails and authentic Florida brews.
Earl of Sandwich — A 220-seat casual quick-service restaurant serving breakfast as well as freshly prepared sandwiches, salads, and delicious desserts.
Florida Snow Company — Snow cones and shaved ice. Disney Dining Plans NOT accepted.
Food Truck – Fantasy Fare — Foods from Walt Disney Parks like sticky chicken & waffles inspired by those at Magic Kingdom park, the Croque Monsieur from Disneyland Paris and hand-dipped corn dogs from Disneyland Park! Disney Dining Plan Accepted.
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Food Truck – Namaste Cafe — Foods from Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park at this colorful rig! Disney Dining Plan Accepted.
Food Truck – Superstar Catering — Dine like a celebrity on scrumptious creations like flatbreads or shrimp and lobster macaroni and cheese. Disney Dining Plan Accepted.
Food Truck – World Showcase of Flavors — Take a victory lap with the globe-trotting eats of the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at this popular food truck. Disney Dining Plan Accepted.
Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop — San Francisco’s famous sweet-maker comes East with a soda fountain featuring its world-famous chocolate and hot fudge sundae. Don’t forget to grab your free piece of chocolate just for dropping by.
Goofy’s Candy Co. — An assortment of candy, cookies, taffy, chocolates, frozen drinks and more.
Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company —Smoothies, alcoholic beverages like Bailey’s. Disney Dining Plan NOT accepted.
Lava Lounge — A great place to grab a tropical cocktail.
Rainforest Cafe — A wild place to shop and eat with favorite sandwiches, pastas, pizzas and an amazing array of appetizers in a rainforest setting. Gifts are available at the Rainforest Café Retail Village.
Starbucks at Disney Springs Marketplace — Starbucks espresso, frozen specialty beverages, savory Artisan sandwiches and an assortment of pastries are offered at this unique Starbucks location near World of Disney.
T-Rex Café — Casual dining in a prehistoric world of adventure with life-size animatronic dinosaurs and prehistoric artifacts. Children of all ages can enjoy the dig site or the Dino-Store with educational toys and Build-A-Dino by Build-A-Bear Workshop.
Wetzel’s Pretzels — Yummy, fresh, and hot pretzels just like at the mall. Disney Dining Plan NOT accepted. I actually like these pretzels more than the Disney ones because they are made fresh.
Wolfgang Puck Express — World-famous chef Wolfgang Puck turns his talents to quick service and signature treats including pizzas, sandwiches, soup and fresh salads.
Disney Springs Town Center
Amorette’s Patisserie — Amazing pastry shop where you can see the creations being made! Disney Dining plans NOT accepted.
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza — a modern-day pizza joint to customize your own fast-fire’d 11” artisanal pie by choosing from over 40 delicious toppings and sauces. Freshly made salads, s’mores dessert pies and blood orange lemonade are also popular picks. Has passholder discount. For the review and menu click HERE.
The Daily Poutine — Dip into a classic Canadian dish, french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy. They offer a couple different varieties, usually with a seasonal offering.
D-Luxe Burger — Serves deluxe burger, home cut fries, and gelato shakes. See my review and menu HERE. If you are on the dining plan, this is a great place to use your plan. If you are paying out of pocket, it is a bit on the expensive side. The burgers are pretty good though, but not my favorite on Disney property.
Frontera Cocina — A Mexican eatery from Rick Bayless who is well-known for his win on Bravo TV’s “Top Chef Masters” and his public-television series, “Mexico — One Plate at a Time”. Frontera Review Click Here.
Sprinkles — A yummy cupcake spot. I have reviewed Sprinkles also have shared how to get a free cupcake on your birthday! Review – Sprinkles: Disney Springs
The Edison – 1920’s SpeakEasy styled club with great food and entertainment.
The BOATHOUSE — An upscale, waterfront dining experience with nautical-themed rooms, private dining rooms, and bars. Guests will enjoy a gourmet menu, as well as live-music and guided water rides through the waters surrounding Disney Springs.
Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming — Farm to fork cuisine showcasing Florida flavors. Disney Dining Plan accepted.
Cookes of Dublin — Counter service serving Irish food like fish and chips and meat pies. Disney Dining Plan accepted.
Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC — A unique bakery with savory offerings and an all-vegan and gluten-free menu.
Ganachery — Delightful merchandise location offering an assortment of hand-crafted, custom-made ganache, including dark chocolate, hazelnut, chipotle and a custom blend flavored with the world’s finest spices and flavors. You can also grab a free sample here.
Fulton’s Crab House — A three-deck, 700-seat dining emporium aboard an iconic Mississippi-inspired paddle wheeler. Featuring fresh seasonal seafood favorites flown in daily from seaports around the world.
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar — An aviation-themed lounge featuring unique cocktails and small plates inspired by the adventures of Jock Lindsey, Indy’s frequent pilot in the “Indiana Jones” films.
Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante – Nice Italian restaurant with a retro air travel feel. It is gorgeous!
Morimoto Asia — A one-of-a-kind dining experience from Chef Masaharu Morimoto, this Japanese master chef’s first pan-Asian restaurant provides flavors from across Asia with unique exhibition kitchens showcasing the continent’s traditions.
Paradiso 37 — A restaurant and bar with casual atmosphere and open-air seating by the waterfront featuring a Tequila bar, wines and draft beer. Menu items are inspired dishes from the 37 countries of North, South and Central America. Live entertainment nightly.
The Polite Pig- A nice little barbecue place with a great bar. Indoor and outdoor seating available. Mobile ordering available. Disney Dining Plan accepted.
Portobello Country Italian Trattoria — A rustic Italian trattoria ambiance with authentic Italian fare. Menu favorites include wood-burning-oven pizzas, pastas, and grilled fish. Seats 350 and includes outdoor dining on the waterfront.
Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant — A 600-seat restaurant featuring a true slice of Ireland and the very best authentic Irish food, drink, heritage and live entertainment. Includes outdoor patio dining, plus the Cookes of Dublin quick-service restaurant next door.
STK Orlando — Modern steakhouse with an outdoor patio.
Vivoli Gelateria — A family-run gelato shop that uses fresh, top-quality ingredients based on the exact same recipes from the original shop in Florence, Italy. Additional menu items include traditional Italian panini, biscotti, espresso and tarts.
Wine Bar George – Make yourself at home in an estate-style wine bar offering shareable small plates and more than 100 wine selections from acclaimed wineries and up-and-coming regions— handpicked by Master Sommelier George Miliotes.
Disney Springs West Side
AMC Disney Springs 24 Theatres — 24 separate auditoriums with stadium seating in 18 theaters for unobstructed viewing. Includes six Fork & Screen dine-in theatres featuring menu items from quesadillas to flatbread pizzas. Reserved seating and table-top dining available.
Bongos Cuban Cafe — Upbeat restaurant created by Emilio and Gloria Estefan brings the sizzle of Miami’s South Beach with Cuban cuisine and Latin rhythms.
Disney’s Candy Cauldron — Spuckweets shop offering treats like candy apples and fudge whipped up in an open candy kitchen.
Häagen-Dazs — Ice Cream and shakes. Disney Dining Plan not accepted.
House of Blues — Live music every night including blues, jazz, country and rock with Mississippi Delta cuisine. The world-famous Sunday Gospel Brunch is offered select Sunday mornings. The House of Blues Gear Shop includes an exclusive collection of clothing, glassware, hot sauces, collectibles, and art.
MacGUFFINS — Meet for drinks and eats before or after the movie at this modern lounge.Choose from a full bar menu and the AMC Dine-In menu, featuring entrees like bistro chicken mac and cheese. You can even take your food and drinks into the theater! Disney Dining Plan NOT accepted.
Planet Hollywood — Colorful three-floor-up-to-the-ceiling eat-arena with famous movie memorabilia, video screens, music and a menu featuring sandwiches, pizza and steaks, and a store featuring themed merchandise.
Splitsville Luxury Lanes — Upscale bowling with a full-scale restaurant complete with two floors, two patios, and two sushi bars. With 30 high-tech bowling lanes, outdoor seating and live entertainment, Splitsville guests can bowl and dine lane-side, or skip the lanes for full-service dining inside or on the patio. Memory Lanes merchandise store is located on the first floor of Splitsville.
Starbucks at Disney Springs West Side — Starbucks espresso, frozen specialty beverages, savory Artisan sandwiches and an assortment of pastries are offered at this unique Starbucks location.
The Front Porch — A great place to grab a drink and listen to live entertainment.
The Smokehouse — Serves pulled pork sandwiches, smoked turkey legs and all-beef hot dogs, beer, wine and cocktails. Disney Dining Plan Accepted.
Wetzel’s Pretzels — Features freshly baked flavored pretzels and sweet or savory dips like sweet caramel or pizza sauce. Wetzel dogs, Wetzel Bitz, cheese dogs and frozen lemonade are also available at this walk-up kiosk. Yummy pretzels just like at the mall. Disney Dining Plan NOT accepted.
Wolfgang Puck Cafe — Boldly colored, full-service eatery featuring wood-fired pizzas and an array of classic Puck entrees. Also includes The Dining Room at Wolfgang Puck Café, an elegant upstairs dining experience, as well as the quick-service Wolfgang Puck Express. Check out my review of Wolfgang Puck Express, it is a great frugal option!
YeSake — Fuel up at this kiosk offering temaki hand rolls and refreshing slush drinks.
Which new Disney Springs Dining options make it onto your Disney bucket list?