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8 Best Places To Have Wings At Walt Disney World

Guests who travel to Walt Disney World love to spend lots of time enjoying all that the property has to offer in the Disney Parks, water parks, Disney Springs, and Disney Resorts. In addition to attractions, entertainment, and shopping, many guests love to plan moments of their vacation around meals and snacks in the hundreds of dining locations throughout the property. While dining options can range from decadent signature experiences to ice cream bars on the go, there are several foods that all guests are sure to love enjoying while on vacation. One such indulgence is a hearty plate of classic chicken wings which can be prepared in different styles with different sauces depending on the location. From pub like settings to lounges and more, there are plenty of locations where guests can dig into some delicious chicken wings and enjoy a tasty snack. Here are the eight best places to enjoy wings while in Walt Disney World.

 

1. ESPN Zone

Disney’s Boardwalk Resort is home to a beautiful area situated on Crescent Lake where guests can feel as though they have traveled back to Atlantic City at the turn of the century. The boardwalk itself is home to many dining locations including one that focuses on the thrill of live sports. ESPN Zone is a full service restaurant that features over one hundred different televisions and American cuisine served up in game day fashion. Guests are sure to love dining on the location’s ESPN Wings which can be ordered in batches of ten or eighteen and come served with guest’s choice of sauce and celery.

2. Tambu Lounge

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is home to the beautiful Great Ceremonial House where there are several dining, shopping, and entertainment options. One the second floor of the area is the popular Tambu Lounge where guests can settle in with a delicious cocktail and dine on small bites and appetizers including some delicious wings. The Sticky Wings are glazed chicken wings served with a tangy mustard drizzle and toasted sesame seeds and are so delicious that guests will definitely not want to share!

3. House of Blues Restaurant

The West Side area of Disney Springs is home to a full service dining location that is open daily for lunch and dinner and focuses on music as much as the cuisine. The House of Blues Restaurant often features live music and entertainment that guests can enjoy while dining on traditional Southern dishes. The location’s appetizer menu features the popular HOB Hot Wings which offer guests the choice of Texas BBQ, Nashville, or Buffalo style served with blue cheese dressing and bread and butter pickles.

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4. Crockett’s Tavern

The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort are considered to be a hidden gem by many guests as they are situated off the beaten path and in a quiet area of property. The location is home to several dining options including the rustic and cozy Crockett’s Tavern which is open each afternoon and evening. In addition to delicious cocktails, guests can enjoy small bites including the Chicken Wings which offer guests the choice of Buffalo, Garlic-Parmesan, or Honey Barbecue Sauce served with celery sticks and blue cheese dressing. These hearty wings are the perfect dish to enjoy while relaxing and taking in the great outdoors at Crockett’s Tavern.

5. MacGUFFINS

Disney Springs is also home to a massive movie theater operated by the popular AMC Company. Many guests love to enjoy a film on a rainy day in Walt Disney World, and this particular location is home to the unique MacGUFFINS. This lounge type setting allows guests the opportunity to enjoy delicious food and beverage options that can be enjoyed before the show. Those who do stop by MacGUFFINS are sure to love indulging in the Buffalo Chicken Wings which are jumbo sized, glazed with spicy wing sauce, and served with celery and blue cheese dressing.

6. River Roost

Disney Port Orleans resort – Riverside brings the charm and grandeur of the South to life through areas that feature royal rooms themed with the Disney Princesses and stately manor homes filled with guest rooms. Those who spend time at the Disney Resort can head over to the popular River Roost Lounge where they can order up delicious appetizers and cocktails while enjoying entertainment such as YeHaa Bob and Disney Trivia. The Bayou Wings are a popular menu options and are served up daily with crispy-fried pickles and buttermilk ranch sauce.

7. Rix Sports Bar & Grill

Another great lounge that guests enjoy spending time at can be found over at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort where beautiful grounds and architecture bring the romance of Mexico to life. The Rix Sports Bar & Grill is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and features grab and go options in the morning and delicious appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, and cocktails in the afternoons and evenings. A popular menu option are the Wings which can be ordered in quantities of eight or ten and served with Original, Asian, Sesame, BBQ, or Mango Habanero sauces.

8. Territory Lounge

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge brings the rustic charm and spirit of adventure found in the National Parks to life through a massive structure that is themed to feel like an impressive lodge. While there are plenty of wonderful dining options at the Disney Resort, many guests love to stop by the Territory Lounge to relax with small bites and indulgent cocktails. In addition to options such as Hand-Cut Fries and Handcrafted Charcuterie, guests also love to order up the Crispy Asian Chicken Wings which are served with a soy glaze, sesame, and green onions.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first visited Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of the trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning about the history and small details of the parks, enjoying a Lapu Lapu, and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York teaching preschool and spending her time counting down the days to her next trip.