Anyone who has been to one of the Disney parks will know there are a ton of different places to eat. From quick service stops to full-on sitdown restaurants, there are so many different places around the Disney parks to stop and grab a bite to eat. They all serve different food, meaning that just about everyone has their own favorite place to eat.
Because anyone visiting the Disney parks definitely wants to make the most out of their trip, it's a good idea to plan where you'll be eating before you get there. With so many different choices in restaurants, it can be hard to pick where to eat while on your Disney trip.
To see 10 of the best places to eat at the Disney parks, keep reading!
Woody's Lunch Box is located at Toy Story Land in Walt Disney World Resort. This is a fairly new place to stop and grab a bite to eat since it only recently opened with Toy Story Land, but it added some delicious and unique items ot the Disney World menu.
At this quick service location, visitors can pick from a menu that features a lot of favorite foods like sandwiches, root beer floats, and tater tots. Along with these things, the location also serves their delicious Lunch Box Tarts. Yum!
If you're looking for a unique experience in which you can be entertained while also enjoying some delicious dinner, check out one of the dinner shows at the Disney parks! The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show is located in Walt Disney World's Polynesian Village Resort.
This dinner show is a little more on the pricey side, but it's definitely worth it for visitors that want to have an all-you-can-eat Hawaiian feast while watching talented performers dance and perform traditional Polynesian performances.
Beaches & Cream Soda Shop is located in the Beach Club Resort area of Epcot. This restaurant has a really nostalgic feel that takes you right back to a warm and inviting beach town in the 1950s or 1960s.
This restaurant is a casual one that is great for anyone that has a sweet tooth, but has a full menu of savory diner favorites, too. Beaches & Cream Soda Shop is the perfect place for a Disney visitor to stop if they're looking for a burger, chili-cheese fries, or a milkshake.
Rose & Crown Dining Room is a British pub-style restaurant located in Epcot's World Showcase. This restaurant is known for various specialties that can't be found anywhere else in the park, like fish and chips. Along with the food, Rose & Crown Dining Room also has live entertainment performed in-house by a musician.
The menu features a ton of different British foods like their signature fish and chips, shepherd's pie, and pan-roasted Scottish salmon. To go with their menu of unique foods, they've also got a huge menu of different beverages for the adults to enjoy after a hot day in the Disney parks.
Cozy Cone Park is located in the Cars Land area of Disneyland's California Adventure. Whether you're a fan of Cars or just want to eat something a little different, there's something at this casual and affordable restaurant for every Disney visitor.
This location has a ton of different classic foods on the menu that are sure to please any visitor. From seasonal churro variations to root beer floats and their signature Chili Cone Queso, Cozy Cone Motel is one that no visitor can pass up.
Flying Fish is an excellent sit-down restaurant for a Disney visitor to stop in if they love seafood. This restaurant is located in the Disney's BoardWalk area of Walt Disney World. This restaurant is a little more on the expensive side, but it's definitely a fine dining experience that no seafood lover can miss on their Disney trip.
Everything at Flying Fish is made with the freshest ingredients and the menu can vary depending on what's in season and what the chefs can get during that time. But the freshness of the fish and other meats that are served up at this restaurant just makes it that much better.
Blue Bayou is a restaurant located in Disneyland's New Orleans Square. Despite the fact that Disneyland is definitely not actually located in New Orleans, this themed restaurant definitely gives you the feeling that you're in the heart of Cajun country.
The menu is inspired by Lousiana and features some really delicious offerings like fried calamari, jambalaya, and a mint julep to drink. Yum! This restaurant is slightly more on the high-end side and can get busy, so it's best to make reservations beforehand.
Cinderella's Royal Table is a restaurant located in Walt Disney World's Fantasyland. Although this restaurant is definitely not one of the most affordable ones in the Disney parks, it's perfect for any families that have young children that really love to see and talk to their favorite Disney characters.
Cinderella's Royal Table is a restaurant that is known for its Fairytale Dining. Guests are greeted by Cinderella before they're guided up to where they'll be eating. The entire restaurant is decorated just like a medieval castle and different Disney characters visit guests while they dine.
When it comes to visiting the Disney parks, there are a few treats that it's just impossible to leave without trying. One of them is the iconic Dole Whip. This blended pineapple treat didn't actually originate at the Disney parks and it's available outside of them, but it's still become synonymous with the Disney parks.
Visiting Disneyland's Adventureland is the only place in Disneyland to pick up a Dole Whip. Tiki Juice Bar is a quick service location that serves Dole Whips as well as the delicious Dole Whip Float, pineapple juice that has a swirl of Dole Whip on top. Yum!
50's Prime Time Café is a restaurant located in Disney's Hollywood Studios. This restaurant has a super retro theme and totally takes visitors back to the 1950s. This diner has a menu full of classic American food and is a really unique themed restaurant.
Some of the offerings on the menu at 50's Prime Time Café include Dad's Stuffed Pork Chops, Grandma's Chicken Pot Pie, Mom's Brownie, and a variety of cocktails including Mowie Wowie and Dad's Electric Lemonade.