Disney Springs (which was named Downtown Disney originally) is known for the massive amount of shopping and entertainment it offers, but there are also a boatload of unique and very diverse restaurants here too.

In this article, I’m going to go over every single dining option available to you at Disney Springs, as well as provide full menu links for each counter and table service eatery available.

It should be noted that “Downtown Disney” was renamed “Disney Springs” in 2016.

Dining options will be listed alphabetically.

1) The BOATHOUSE (Table Service): Located at Disney’s Springs, this brand new restaurant is upscale and on the waterfront. If you want sea food, this is probably the number one place in Disney Springs you want to be.

Guests can come here and get lobster, calamari, shrimp, Florida Bay chowder and frog legs.

Yes, frog legs.

The most expensive item on the menu? That distinction goes to the BoatHouse’s Surf and Turf Table, which serves two guests and comes with a Rib Chop and a Whole Maine Lobster. This meal clocks in at $135.00.

Food and prices aside, the Boathouse doesn’t just feature upscale dining, it has entertainment too. Chief among the entertainment is what is being billed as an “Amphicar.” This is a vehicle that looks straight out of the 40s and 50s, but it sails through water and drives on land. You and a couple guests can even pay to ride the Amphicar—just make sure you’ve let your food digest first.

The BoatHouse, as mentioned earlier, is upscale and certainly one of the more expensive Disney restaurants. Guests can expect to pay anywhere from $30 to $59.99 per adult, and as mentioned earlier with the Surf and Turf Table meal, some guests can expect to pay $60 and more per adult.

Some dining plans will be accepted here and reservations are recommended.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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2) Bongos Cuban Café (Table Service): Created by Gloria Estefan, this restaurant is a made to resemble an Old Havana nightclub that fell straight out of the 1950s.

This restaurant not only features Cuban dishes, but live entertainment too. This is a unique restaurant that’s unlike anything else that you’ll experience at Disney World. Reservations are recommended.

Guests should expect to pay $15 to $29.99 per adult in each party. Some dining plans will be accepted here.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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3) Bongos Cuban Café Express (Quick Service): Want to enjoy the tasty Cuban cuisine that resides inside Bongos, but you don’t have a reservation? Then stop by their Express quick service location, where you can pick up sandwiches, salads, pork bites, Arroz con Pollo (chicken breast with plantains) and much more.

Make sure you have room for some Cuban Coffee, as well.

Price: $15 to $29.99 per adult.

Some dining plans are accepted here.

Location: Disney Springs West Side

4) Cookes of Dublin (Quick Service): Indulge in the taste of Ireland, as guests come here to eat Irish Style battered sausages or the tried and true fish and chips platter. Lamb, chicken, and beef are all on the menu, but if you don’t eat meat, you can also enjoy a classic Caesar or Cobb salad.

This restaurant accepts some dining plans. You can expect to pay approximately $14.99 and under per adult for your meal.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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5) Crossroads at House of Blues (Table Service): This is where you come to get tasty food, incredible Southern charm, and live blues music. This restaurant’s menu, which was created by chef Aaron Sanchez, features Southern cooking at its absolute finest.

Cornbread with maple butter. Voodoo shrimp. Shrimp and grits. Jambalaya with shrimp.

I’m just scratching the surface with this menu, but suffice it to say that when you come to Crossroads, you’re going to get a one-of-a-kind experience that will simulate and pleasure your senses.

BB King would be proud.

Reservations are accepted and encouraged here. Some dining plans will be accepted. You can expect to shell out about $15 to $29.99 per adult.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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6) The Dining Room at Wolfpang Puck Grand Café (Table Service): What happens when a beloved chef blends Asian and California cuisine? One heck of a meal, that’s what.

Enjoy an incredible meal, such as Wild Mushroom Ravioli or Smoked Pork Chop while you savor a setting that includes wonderful views of the lake or the chef’s kitchen.

Make sure you save room for that five-layer chocolate cake, or Wolfgang’s apple strudel (which features granny smith apples, raisins, and cinnamon ice cream).

You should expect to pay about $30 to $59.99 per grown-up. Some dining plans will be accepted. Reservations are accepted, and you can begin making them 180 days in advance of your visit.

Location: Disney Springs West Side

7) Dockside Margarita’s (Quick Service): This little spot is meant to resemble a 1960s Florida fruit stand, as the server provides you with tasty options like a Rum Runner, a Sugar Cane Mojito, or a Sunset Margarita. You can even enjoy frozen drinks, like the Florida Citrus Freeze (which contains Vodka) too.

Canned beer, fruit wine, and a couple non-alcoholic drinks can be purchased here, as well.

Guests can expect to pay roughly $14.99 and under per adult. Dining plans will not be accepted here.


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Location: Disney Springs Marketplace

8) Downtown Snow Company (Quick Service): Stop by the Snow Company and enjoy a variety of different flavors of shaved ice. There are even some tasty toppings you can put on top of your cold snack, as well.

Dining plans are not accepted here. Guests can expect to pay just $14.99 and under per adult.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace

9) Earl of Sandwich (Quick Service): If you want a sandwich anywhere in Disney property, you need to go to Earl of Sandwich. Here, you can pick up a variety of hot and cold sandwiches.

Earl’s Club Sandwich, for instance, has oven roasted turkey, smoked bacon, aged Swiss, lettuce, tomatoes, Earl’s sauce…and it’s all served on artisan loaf bread that’s freshly baked.

Try not to drool.

But this sandwich shop also provides guests with salads, wraps, and seven different homemade soups. On top of that, if you come in the morning, you can pick up an egg and cheddar breakfast sandwich.

Some dining plans are accepted here. Price varies, but adults can expect to pay $14.99 and under on average.


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Location: Disney Springs Marketplace

10) Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC (Quick Service): Come on down and satisfy your sweet tooth craving. Pick up a delicious cinnamon roll, lemon cake, lemon tea cake, coffee cake or brownie bite (among many, many more incredible options).

What’s also really nice about Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC at Downtown Disney is that they’re really dedicated to bringing you tasty treats that are gluten free. They even have vegan options, as well.

If you’re at all even remotely partial to dessert treats, do yourself a favor and stop by this bakery.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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11) The Express at Wolfpang Puck Grand Café (Quick Service): For a quick bite to eat, stop by this little spot for a light snack, or grab something a bit more significant during the lunch and dinner hours.

Here, you can order tasty California cuisine like thin crust grilled veggie pizzas, salads, and sandwiches.

But, why not be a little bold? The menu also contains bacon wrapped meatloaf that sits on top of potatoes and underneath neatly placed onion rings.

What’s also particularly cool about the Wolfgang Puck Express is its design. In fact, this spot was designed by Wolfgang’s former wife, Barbara Lazaroff. When you walk in, you’ll notice that the mosaic tiling really pops, making this eatery come alive with its vibrancy.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult in each part (average).

Dining: Some dining plans are accepted.

Location: Disney Springs West Side

12) FoodQuest (Quick Service): FoodQuest is located inside DisneyQuest, the indoor interactive theme park at Downtown Disney. This is a great spot for kids to drop by and pick up a burger or grab a few slices of pizza.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining: Some dining plans are accepted.

Location: Disney Springs

13) Food Truck – Fantasy Fare (Quick Service): Food trucks are becoming more and more popular across the country, so it’s no surprise that they’re readily available at Downtown Disney.

Stop by here and get some chicken and waffles, a corn dog, or a grilled ham and cheese sandwich.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans are accepted.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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14) Food Truck – Namaste Café (Quick Service): Representing the tasty fare that’s often just reserved to guests of the Animal Kingdom, the Namaste Café food truck provides you with quick service to Asian cuisine. 

This is where you come to get Tandoori Shrimp that’s grilled and topped off with a yogurt sauce and a side of rice. You can also pick up lamb kefta here, as well as butter chicken and Naan and Samosa Dripping Safari with pickled veggies.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans will be accepted.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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15) Food Truck – Superstar Catering (Quick Service): Come eat like a rockstar and enjoy one of three entrees: A taste of Disney’s Hollywood Studios (BLT Soup, Cobb Salad and mini grapefruit cake), Pork Shank with Gruyere Macaroni and Cheese, and Sausage and Caramelized Onion Flatbread.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans are accepted.
Location: Disney Springs West Side

16) Food Truck – World Showcase of Flavors (Quick Service): Come get a little taste of Epcot, as this food truck offers guests Grass-fed beef sliders, pierogies (with kielbasa and caramelized onions) and a grilled chicken breast gyro.

Water and even various wines served by the glass are provided here to quench your thirst.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans are accepted.

Location: Disney Springs West Side

17) Forty Thirst Street Express (Quick Service): Add a little sprinkle of light-hearted, tasty fun into your day by heading to the Forty Thirst Street Express. This is where guests go to get an array of delicious smoothies, such as the Mango Tango, the Flyin Hawaiin, the Razzy Jazzy, and the Banana Split.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: No dining plans are accepted here.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace

18) The Front Porch (Quick Service): This is an outdoor stage area that provides you with cocktails and live entertainment every single day of the week. Because it’s outdoors, bad weather can affect the ability for the Front Porch to operate as expected.

But, when it is open, you can here to get a beer or a glass of wine.

No dining plans are accepted here.
Location: Disney Springs West Side

19) Fulton’s Crab House (Table Service): What’s so nice about this particular seafood inspired restaurant is its variety. Offering you a unique riverboat atmosphere, guests can dine inside and enjoy wonderfully themed rooms, or you can eat outside.

And when you do eat, you might never quite know what to expect. That’s because the chef’s will tweak the menu every single day, giving you added incentive to return often to try something new.

So what is on the menu? A ton, but to get a quick idea, guests can enjoy lobster corn dogs, salmon, fish tacos, and even a crab cake BLT.

Prices range here from $15 to $29.99, as well as $30 to $59.99.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans are accepted.
Reservations: Accepted and encouraged.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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20) Ghirardelli Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop (Quick Service): Okay, so let’s play the honesty game here—this quick service spot is expensive. Sure, if you want a milkshake or a scoop or two of ice cream in a cone, you can leave this shop and not have spent more than $10.

But, if you’re looking for something a bit more substantial—like a banana split or hot fudge sundae, expect to exceed that $10 mark—especially if you’re buying for multiple people.

In fact, the most expensive thing on the menu here is easily the Earthquake Family Favorite. Clocking in at just under $35, guests receive eight scoops of ice cream, fresh bananas, tasty toppings, whipped cream, chopped almonds, and semi-sweet chocolate and cherries.

This is definitely the perfect place to go if you have a sweet tooth.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: No dining plans are accepted here.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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21) Haagen-Dazs at Downtown Disney West Side (Quick Service): Yep, more ice-cream coming right at ya. Here, guests can buy ice-cream sundaes that are specifically sized for kids, or ones that are “regular” for teens and adults.

You can also get tasty milkshakes, banana split sundaes, and coffee frappes. Toppings include dipped waffle cones, hot fudge or caramel, peanuts, and sprinkles.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: No dining plans are accepted at this location.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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22) Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar (Table Service): Who doesn’t want to eat inside of a 1940’s airplane hangar that’s now a dive bar?  Stop by here for all kinds of tasty American cuisine.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: No dining plans accepted.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing

23) Lava Lounge (Quick Service): Whether you’re interested in sitting down here for an extended time, or you just wandered in to kill time before your table service reservation comes to fruition, the Lava Lounge is a nice place to go to grab a drink.

Stop by here to get a Cheetah Rita or a strawberry mojito. Sit back, relax, and listen to the music mentally take you away from all the heat and chaos from the outside world.

Food is actually served here too—everything from flatbread and calamari to tacos with bacon and chicken.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans are accepted at this location.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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24) MacGUFFINS (Table Service): This is where you go either right before your movie at the AMC Dine-In Theater begins, or right after it concludes. In fact, you can select menu items from the full bar menu, or from the AMC Dine-In theater menu.

Your choices range from loaded potato skins and fish and chips to Thai Bang shrimp tacos.

No dining plans are accepted at MacGUFFINS.
Location: Disney Springs West Side


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25) Morimoto Asia (Table Service): Enjoy a great pan-Asian dining experience at Morimoto Asia, Disney’s brand new restaurant.

Pricing: Expect to pay $60 and above per adult.
Dining Plans: No dining plans are accepted here, unfortunately.
Reservations: You are encouraged to make a reservation here.
Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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26) Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas (Table Service): This restaurant is bright and colorful to look at, and there’s a reason for that. Paradiso 37 is a restaurant and bar that’s actually named after the 37 varieties of tequila. This is a particular fun restaurant to see at night, as the lights come on and the margarita’s start flowing.

Here, you can have a wonderful cocktail, or just chow down on Chorizo and beef skewers or even mac and cheese bites.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted.
Reservations: This restaurant accepts reservations.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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27) Planet Hollywood (Table Service): Best known for being associated with American celebrities, Planet Hollywood is the restaurant you want to go to when you’re dying to get a taste of both food, TV and film pop culture in one fell swoop.

Planet Hollywood contains a variety of different props, costumes, and other unique memorabilia from old school and modern day movie classics. At the same time, it’s of course an actual restaurant, so you can order up ribs, chicken parmigiana pasta, teriyaki salmon and much more.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted at Planet Hollywood.
Reservations: Reservations are accepted at this restaurant.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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28) Portobello Country Italian Trattoria (Table Service): Are you ready for a taste of some Italian cooking? If so, this is where you want to be.

In a wonderfully themed restaurant, guests can opt to sit inside a comfortable dining room or outside on the waterfront. Once that decision is made, it’s time to peruse the menu and select from tasty dishes that include steak, pizza, pasta, and seafood.

Since you stopped by, why not stay for dessert? Come here to order biramisu—yes, biramisu, which is the restaurant’s own version of tiramisu.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted.
Reservations: This restaurant will accept reservations.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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29) Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant (Table Service): Ever wanted to eat at a place that had the look and feel of an authentic Irish pub? Well, instead of travelling to Ireland (or perhaps Boston?), why not stop by Raglan’s and enjoy both food and some live entertainment?

Items on the menu include roast rib, stuffed leg of lamb, roast pork loin, and lemon thyme chicken.

And once the evening arrives, that’s when things start to get set off at this Irish pub. Every single night, usually beginning around 6 pm eastern, live entertainment comes alive here that’s a mix of both music and actual dancers.

This is all family friendly, as well. Kids are invited on stage to dance and have a good time with the performers, so don’t feel that you have to rush to leave before the live entertainment begins.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted.
Reservations: You can make reservations for your party at Raglan.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing


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30) Rainforest Café at Downtown Disney Marketplace (Table Service): At this restaurant, you get to dine with parrots and gorillas and not have to worry about getting maimed in the process.

Yes, the animals here are animatronic, but that just adds to the fun of it all, especially for kids. In fact, the animals that you see and hear all throughout your meal bring the atmosphere of the Rainforest Café to life.

As for meals, you can enjoy eating cheese sticks, quesadillas and chicken tenders for appetizers, and then move onto items like salmon, coconut shrimp, turkey club sandwiches and burgers for your entrées. There are also a good amount of soups and salads for anyone in your party that’s a vegetarian.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult (estimation).
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted at the Rainforest Cafe.
Reservations: This restaurant will accept reservations.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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31) The Smokehouse (Quick Service): Serving up food to guests during the lunch and dinner hours, this is exactly where you go if you want to feel like you’re eating homemade barbeque meals.

Come here and purchase a smoke beef brisket sandwich, smokehouse nachos (with optional pork), St. Louis ribs, or a simple hot dog. The kids menu includes a mini smoked pulled pork slider or an all beef hot dog.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted

Location: Disney Springs West Side

32) Splitsville Dining Room (Table Service): Enjoy American cuisine classics like burgers, and chow down on tasty pizza.  But, it’s named Splitsville for a reason, so head over to the 50,000 square foot bowling alley that spans two entire floors.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted at this table service restaurant.
Reservations: You can reserve a table in advance of your visit.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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33) STARBUCKS at Downtown Disney Marketplace (Quick Service): Come enjoy all of your favorite Starbucks drinks–no matter how complicated your order is.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted.
Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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34) STARBUCKS at Downtown Disney West Side (Quick Service):  Located in a second location, Starbucks has you covered no matter where you roam throughout Disney Springs (Downtown Disney).

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Some dining plans accepted.

Location: Disney Springs West Side


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35) STK Steakhouse (Table Service): The STK Steakhouse is exactly where you want to go to not only experience a tasty steak, but incredible rooftop dining (which, it’s worth noting, is the only restaurant in Disney Springs that offers its guests dining on a rooftop!).

Pricing: $60 and above per adult on average.
Dining Plans: Dining plans are not accepted.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing

35) The Sushi Bar at Morimoto Asia (Table Service): From the highly acclaimed Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, come give your tastebuds a treat by dining at this sushi bar.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing

36) Tea Traders Cafe by Joffrey’s (Quick Service): If you’re a big tea drinker, this is a very unique experience that you’ll have to see to fully believe.

Dining Plans: Dining plans are not accepted.
Location: Disney Springs The Landing

37) T-Rex (Table Service): This is where you and your family go if you want to be transported back to the pre-historic age while you eat.  Every twenty minutes brings a meteor shower at this restaurant, and yet, the main attraction is likely the 15 foot tall T-Rex that roars for guests.  This location serves everything from Jurassic salads to Paleo Shrimp to New York Strip Steak.

Pricing: $15 to $29.99 per adult.

Dining Plans: Some dining plans are indeed accepted.
Reservations: You can reserve a table for your party before your visit.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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38) Vicoli il Gelato (Quick Service): Are you jonesing for some Italian gelati?  If so, look no further than Vivoli il Gelato, where you can also pick up sorbet, panini sandwiches, and even an espresso drink.

Pricing: $14.00 and under per adult in your party.
Dining Plans: Dining plans are not accepted.

Location: Disney Springs The Landing

39) Wetzel’s Pretzels at Downtown Disney Marketplace (Quick Service):  If you want a Wetzel’s Original pretzel that’s baked fresh, you’ve come to the right place.  In fact, you can not only buy an Original pretzel here, but also a “Sinful Cinnamon” pretzel, as well as a sour cream and onion pretzel.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Dining plans will not be accepted here.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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40) Wetzel’s Pretzels at Downtown Disney West Side (Quick Service): Come get a tasty pretzel that you can dunk in a variety of different dipping sauces, like sweet caramel or pizza sauce.

Pricing: $14.99 and under per adult.
Dining Plans: Dining plans are not accepted here.
Location: Disney Springs West Side

41) Wolfgang Puck Express at Downtown Disney Marketplace (Quick Service): The Wolfgang Express tries to do a couple of things. It wants to give you a quick, casual dining experience (think a step up from fast food), but they also want to give you the feeling of quality service (think sit down restaurant).

At The Express, you order your food at the counter, pick a table, and when your order is ready, a server brings it to you. It’s nice, efficient, relatively easy—a quick meal but with the illusion of a table service restaurant.

You can expect to shell out $14.99 and under for each adult in your party. Some dining plans will be accepted here.

Location: Disney Springs Marketplace


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42) Wolfgang Puck Grand Café (Table Service): Come here to enjoy a tasty marriage of Californian and Asian cuisine, as this casual but upscale looking cafe provides guests with a variety of lunch and dinner options.

Guests can expect to pay between $15 to $59.99 per adult (depending on whether you arrive for lunch or dinner). Some dining plans are accepted here. Reservations are encouraged and accepted.

Location: Disney Springs West Side

If you enjoyed this article, but would also like to know about other dining options in other areas of Disney World, be sure to visit my Restaurants and Dining page for more information.  And if you found this article helpful and enjoy my writing style, please bookmark my site Countdown to Magic and return again real soon!

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