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Disney World Restaurant Guide

The following is a guest post from Georgina Brisk at Top Villas. Search over 2,500 villas online at www.thetopvillas.com.

Disney World Restaurant Guide

Disney World is home to so many restaurants you’re sure to be spoilt for choice. A wide array of dining options are available from character dining to dinner shows, signature dining and more so it’s hard to pick where to go! Here’s a handy guide to help you on your way.

Where the Characters Dine

Disney World’s collection of character themed restaurants is far from ordinary. Dine with Mickey Mouse and more in a selection of fun-filled settings surrounded by everyone’s favourite story book friends. 
  • The Crystal Palace Restaurant located in Magic Kingdom Park is a buffet style eatery serving delicious American style cuisine. Find Winnie the Pooh and friends waiting to welcome you on arrival!
  • If you fancy dining with the Chip n Dales then The Garden Grill Restaurant is the place to go. This rotating restaurant is located in The Land Pavilion at Epcot serving sumptuous American food. Enjoy a great view of the harvest-style attraction below the restaurant, and be sure to try the ‘Living with the Land’ Farmers Salad or Char-Grilled Fillet of beef with red wine sauce.
  • Enjoy a feast fit for a king at Cinderella’s Royal Table located in the heart of Fantasyland. American cuisine is served in a fairy-tale castle setting with Disney princesses meeting and greeting as they go.

Buffets Are Never Boring

Disney World boasts a whole host of buffet style restaurants and dining options for all the family.
Options include:
  • Relax with Goofey and friends at beach-style buffet restaurant Cape May Café. Enjoy all you can eat for breakfast and dinner at Cape May, located in Disney’s Beach Club Resort.
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is home to storybook style diner 1900 Park Fare. Hob-nob with Disney royalty including Mary Poppins, Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella and friends.
  • Biergarten Restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat buffet and frequent live entertainment in an Octoberfest style setting. Set in the Bavarian Village in the Germany Pavilion at Epcot this restaurant serves German cuisine such as sausages, sauerkraut, schnitzel and more.

Casual Fare is Fun

  • ESPN Club is every sports enthusiast’s dream. Located on Disney’s Boardwalk there’s plenty of live sports action on T.V plus delicious burgers, beers and sandwiches. 
  • Big River Grille & Brewing Works is a restaurant and brewery located on Disney’s Boardwalk. It serves salads, sandwiches and freshly brewed beer.
  • Cap n Jack Restaurant offers American seafood cuisine and great cocktails, located on the waterfront in Downtown Disney’s Marketplace. Try the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes or Citrus Shrimp Salad.

Dinner Shows & Events

  • Disney’s may dinner shows and dining events ensure guests are entertained while they eat! 
  • Try Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show where you will see hula dancers, fire-knife performers and more at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. Guests sit at tables around the stage and are entertained throughout their meal. The Polynesian food includes salad, coconut bread, roast chicken and Polynesian style rice and vegetables.
  • Mickey’s Backyard BBQ serves an all-you-can-eat platter of American bbq style food with Mickey Mouse and friends. Located in Disnney’s Fort Wilderness Resort.
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