In this article, I’m going detail all of the wonderful places that you and your family can eat inside the Blizzard Beach water park. I’m going to list all of the dining options alphabetically, and even provide you with a link to Disney’s complete food menu.
It should be noted that, just like Typhoon Lagoon, there are no table service (sit down) restaurants at Blizzard Beach. All food you purchase is done so at a quick or counter service location, and tends to be food that’s moreso geared towards snacks or lunch.
Now, let’s break it all down:
- Avalunch (Quick Service): Whether you want a quick snack or a little bit of a beefier meal, Avalunch is a little spot where you can pick up a chili-cheese dog, polish sausage, or even a harvest salad with chicken. Dessert offerings include chocolate cake, a chocolate chip cookie, or a small slice of cheesecake.
You can expect to pay about $14.99 and under per adult. Some dining plans will be accepted here.
- Cooling Hut (Quick Service): The Cooling Hut is an excellent place to get something cold. You can get a Nestle Mickey’s Ice Cream Bar or Ice Cream Sandwich, as well as some tasty frozen lemonade.
But it’s not just drinks that you can order here. Guests can purchase a tuna sandwich with chips, or fix their hunger pains with a chicken wrap, popcorn, pretzels, or even nachos with cheese.
Guests should expect to spend about $14.99 and under per adult. Some dining plans will be accepted here.
- Frostbite Freddy’s Frozen Freshments (Quick Service): This is another small little eatery where you can order tons and tons of cool and downright cold drinks. This spot has more variety than the Cooling Hut, however.
In fact, Frostbite Freddy’s offers guests frozen cappuccinos and even frozen margarita’s. You can also get a frozen pina CoLAVA (Barcadi black razz rum) or a frozen Grey Goose slush. There are of course non-alcoholic choices, too, such as the aforementioned cappuccino and frozen blueberry lemonade.
If none of that is your speed, you can always buy an assorted fountain drink. Ice cream bars and sandwiches are also served here, too.
Price: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining plans are not accepted here.
- I.C. Expeditions (Quick Service): Being a part of the Blizzard Beach water park, you can sort of begin to notice a trend that all of the places you can order food from will also serve ice-cold beverages. And I.C. Expeditions is no exception.
The difference here, however, is this is the place to go if you really love ice-cream related treats.
In fact, this is the spot where you can get a hot fudge or strawberry sundae, or chocolate or vanilla softserve ice-cream scoops that swim in waffle and cookie pieces.
Guests can also get a root beer float, an orange float, or a strawberry shortcake Sunday.
Bring your appetite. You’re going to need it!
Price: $14.99 and under per adult.
There are no dining plans accepted at this eatery.
- Lottawatta Lodge (Quick Service): Made to resemble a charming ski lodge, you can gorge on a whole lot of tasty snacks and meals here. In fact, this is where you go to get everything from a black diamond burger to a couple slices of pizza. Vegetarians can even enjoy a veggie mushroom burger, too.
There are a bunch of tasty ice-cream related snacks, too. And what’s cool about Lottawatta is that it offers guests all-day refillable mugs, too.
Price per adult here is approximately $14.99 and under. Some dining plans are accepted.
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- Mini Donuts at Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park (Quick Service): You don’t just come here to get donuts—you come here to have a donut-dipping experience.
Mini Donuts offers, well, mini donuts to guests by either the dozen or half dozen. You get your choice of dipping sauce for your donuts, choices that include chocolate, raspberry, and white chocolate.
Get your napkins and bibs ready. I have a feeling things are about to get gloriously messy.
Guests should expect to pay $14.99 and under per adult. No dining plans are accepted here.
- Polar Pub (Quick Service): This is the kind of place you would see on an island paradise, or even something like Disney’s Castaway Cay. Yes, there are a couple non-alcoholic drinks on the menu, but when you come to Polar Pub, you’re looking for a drink with a little bit of kick to it.
Drop by this spot to grab a Grand Margarita, an Angry Snowball (Apple Hard Cider, Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey), a strawberry daiquiri, or a Blue Blizzard (Coruba Coconut Rum).
If that’s not enough to put hair on your chest, this little Pub also serves up wine and bottled beer, too.
You can expect to pay about $14.99 and under per adult in your party. No dining plans are accepted here, however.
- Warming Hut (Quick Service): And finally, we come to the little eatery that actually embraces the warmth. How so? Well, it’s all in what’s served here.
Guests can come here and get reliably hot meals, as items like chicken teriyaki with Asian veggies is on the menu, along with Feijao Com Arroz Galinha (or, Chicken with Fried Plantains, rice, and black beans). You can even get a veggie egg roll or a simple salad if you aren’t feeling that hungry.
Guests can expect to shell out about $14.99 or less for every adult in their party. Some dining plans will be accepted here.
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