Restaurants for Outdoor Enthusiasts in Walt Disney World Resort
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- 115 reviews
How can you not love the castle? And as long as a show is not going on or about to start, you can walk through the main hallway. You can also reserve a table for breakfast with the characters and princesses, but it'll cost a pretty pennyPopular withFamiliesLGBTDesign
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- 219 reviews
Another one of my favorite Disney dinning experiences! The 50's Prime Time Cafe is set up to give you the experience of having a home cooked meal in the 1950s. Your waitress talks to you like she is your 50s style mother telling you things like making sure you finish your veggies. The tables also have little old black and ...Popular withFamiliesFoodiesLocal
- 77 reviews
If I want a burger and am in Frontierland, this is where I'll go. If I want a burger and I'm in Tomorrowland, I'll go to Cosmic Ray's. Both have great "fixins" bars to doll up your burger. They do also offer a veggie burger and a Caesar Salad.Popular withFamilies
- 86 reviews
Fish lovers unite at this Colonial-themed counter-service restaurant in Liberty Square. The fried-fish basket, the New England clam chowder, and the lobster roll, served with house-made chips and broccoli, are fan favorites. Lighter options including grilled salmon with couscous and steamed broccoli will make you smile.Popular withVegetarianFamilies
- 105 reviews
We have never walked past here without ordering! This is the best bakery in all the Theme parks bar none. The only downside is that the World Showcase opens later in the day so you cannot go here for early morning coffee and bread!Popular withFoodiesFamiliesVegetarian
- 124 reviews
No trip to Magic Kingdom is complete without a Dole Whip! It's soft serve pineapple ice cream. The only thing that can make it better is to have a Dole Whip Float! Mmmmmm!!
- 136 reviews
Isn't it genius of Disney to bring movie restaurants to life? It works here at Pizza Planet and had my kids' names all over it. Pizzas are individually sized and actually very good. Not a whole lot of variety on the menu, but that's OK. It's Toy Story, man!Popular withFamilies
- 174 reviews
There is nothing more fun that starting your Magic Kingdom day than with breakfast at Chef Mickey's! Located in the Contemporary Resort just next to MK, it's a perfect opportunity to be close to the park and get there in time for rope drop if you're up for an early reservation. I think this was our son's favourite experience. He ...Popular withFamilies
Alright. These BBQ are not great but I won't complain given the very limited dining options in Disney. Table service meals simply take up too much precious time. Hotdogs and burgers get old quick and one can only consume so turkey legs a day. The ribs weren't super tender but were at least well flavored and not dry. The onion ...
- 197 reviews
We had heard a lot of great things about Casey's so definitely had to try it out. The menu is limited, but that's okay...makes decision-making a lot faster! We had a plain hot dog, the Chicago dog, and the chili cheese dog, with french fries and Cracker Jack for dessert! It wasn't clear that the meals were available on the ...Popular withFamilies
- 204 reviews
This was my favorite place to eat while my family and I were at Epcot. Even my picky dad, who only likes Chinese food, seemed to enjoy the Moroccan plates. We came here several times. Service was great and the outdoor seating is fantastic. Lots to see.Popular withFamilies