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Downloadable PDF: Dining at a Glance: Downtown Disney

Downloadable PDF: Dining at a Glance: Downtown Disney

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Disney Dining at a Glance: Downtown Disney

Price key: $-relatively inexpensive, $$-approximately $6-$15 per person, $$$-approximately $15-$35 per person, $$$$-over $35 per person

BabycakesNYC
$ Counter service. Location: Marketplace (look for Pollo Campero). Hours vary seasonally.

An offshoot of the famous New York City bakery that creates healthier, but just as delicious, options. The foods are made without refined sugar and are free of gluten, soy and other common allergens. The offerings are vegan, meaning that they contain no animal products. The food is also kosher. Choices include muffins, cookies, baked doughnuts, cakes and cupcakes.

Bongos Cuban Café
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: West Side. Open for lunch or dinner.

Created by Gloria and Emilio Estefan to resemble Havana in the 1950s. Start with an appetizer of marinated fish or a Cuban spring roll. Add a salad from the extensive list to you meal. Entrees include seafood, chicken and beef dishes, all with a Cuban twist. A vegetarian platter is also available. Rice and beans or plantain chips are among the sides. Desserts include several unique pudding options and tresleches. Drinks include imported beers and wines, sangria, specialty coffees, a large selection of juice, non-alcoholic specialty drinks and soft drinks.

Bongos Cuban Café Window
$$ Counter Service. Location: West Side. Open for lunch and dinner.

A selection of Cuban inspired sandwiches. Grab a Cuban club or try marinated chicken. Add a beef or chicken turnover as a side dish. Try flan or a guava pastry for dessert. Various beers, café con leche, Cuban or American coffees, fruit sodas, soft drinks and mineral water are among the beverages for sale.

Cap’n Jack’s Restaurant
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Marketplace. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Start your meal with peel and eat shrimp for two or a bowl of New England clam chowder. Entrees include the chef’s daily specialty, salmon and tilapia. Various pastas with seafood are also available, as are chicken or beef pot roast. Finish your meal with chocolate cake or key lime pie. A wide variety of signature drinks, wine and beer are available for those of age. Non-alcoholic specialty drinks, soft drinks and sparkling water are also for sale.

Cookes of Dublin
$$-$$$ Counter service. Location: Pleasure Island. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Traditional favorites such as fish and chips or a selection of meat pies are sold here. The batter is a family secret, you can also order a battered burger or a battered chicken sandwich, both served with freshly made chips. Try a fried candy bar for dessert. Soft drinks and bottled water are also sold.

EARL OF SANDWICH Restaurant
$$ Counter service. Location: Marketplace. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Breakfast consists of sandwiches made with eggs and breakfast meats. Lunch and dinner offer a huge variety of hot and cold sandwiches. Try a BLT, an Italian or tuna salad. Whatever type of sandwich you’re in the mood for, chances are they have it, made fresh to order. Soups and salads are also sold. Dessert selections include a brownie sandwich, bread pudding or a yogurt parfait. Lemonade with Earl Grey tea is a refreshing drink choice. You can also get frozen lemonade, coffee, hot or iced tea, soft drinks and bottled water.

FoodQuest
$$ Counter service. Location: West Side. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan. Paid admission to DisneyQuest is required.

Individual pizzas, burgers, hot dogs, and wraps are featured. You will also find baked ziti. Sides include french fries and nachos. There is a good selection of snacks, everything from cotton candy to novelty ice cream. Cupcakes, brownies and cheesecake are among the desserts. Hot beverages, soft drinks and bottled water are also available.

Forty Thirst Street
$-$$ Counter service. Location: Marketplace. Hours vary seasonally.

This is where you can get your coffee fix at Downtown Disney. Cappuccino, latte and espresso are all available. Flavor your latte with caramel, vanilla, irish cream or hazelnut. Frozen mocha and fruit drinks are available. Those 21 and older can flavor their coffee with Kahlua, Bailey’s or another choice. Hot chocolate and bottled water are also available.

Forty Thirst Street by Joffrey’s
$-$$ Counter service. Location: West Side. Hours vary seasonally.

The same offerings as the Marketplace location.

Fresh A-Peel
$$ Counter Service. Location: Marketplace (look for Pollo Campero). Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

The emphasis is on health and the environment here. Whenever possible locally grown produce is used and meats are all natural. Breakfast options include oatmeal with fruit and french toast. Lunch and dinner offer burgers, salads and wraps. Ask about gluten free, vegetarian or low sodium options. Try a fresh fruit smoothie or fresh squeezed lemonade. Other non-alcoholic specialty drinks are available. Watermelon sangria and bottled beer are sold to those of age.

Fulton’s Crab House
$$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Marketplace. Open for lunch and dinner.

The ultimate place for seafood. Start with oysters on the half shell or seared tuna. Try a bowl of crab and lobster bisque. The entrees are extensive; crab legs, lobster, halibut, tuna, shrimp, or throw some of your favorites together for a seafood trio. Land and sea combinations are available, as are range free chicken, pork chops and New York strip. Potatoes and vegetables are among the sides. The wine cellar is extensive with over 50 selections. Other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are also available.

Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop
$$ Counter Service. Location: Marketplace. Hours vary seasonally.

Various ice cream sundaes available, Ghirardelli chocolate is featured. Create your own sundae, order a classic like hot fudge or a banana split, or try a more adventurous specialty sundae. Ice cream is available by the bowl or cone as well. You can also get a shake or a float. Espresso, latte and other hot beverages are served. Soft drinks are also sold.

House of Blues
$$$$ Full service, call 407-934-BLUE for reservations. Location: West Side. Open for lunch and dinner.

Southern food with a Cajun twist is served. Live blues music plays select weekend nights after traditional dinner hours are over. Appetizers range from pizza to calamari to quesadillas. Ribs, burgers, jambalaya and wild mushroom pasta are some of the entrees. Add cornbread or potatoes for a side. Bread pudding, cheesecake and key lime pie are among the desserts. Soft drinks, hot beverages, sparkling and bottled waters are available.

Twice on Sundays the House of Blues holds its famous Sunday Gospel Brunch. It is an all you can eat buffet featuring an omelet station and other eggs, grits, breakfast meats, rice and beans, carved meats, seafood, BBQ chicken, fresh pastries and countless other selections. Local and nationally known gospel music acts provide entertainment for a meal that you will never forget.

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Marketplace Snacks
$-$$ Counter Service. Location: Marketplace. Hours vary seasonally.

Hot dogs, chips, nachos, popcorn and novelty ice creams are sold. Frozen lemonade, soft drinks, coffee, bottled water and beer are also available.

Paradiso 37
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Pleasure Island. Open for lunch and dinner.

Foods from North, Central and South America are featured. Appetizers such as crab and fish fritters or chili con carne start off the meal. Burritos, New York strip steak, salmon and even hot dogs that are served street cart style are available. Sopapillas, churros and a sundae (served in half a fresh coconut) are on the dessert list. Each day also offers a different flavor of popsicle. For those of age there are 37 different types of tequila sold. Signature frozen margaritas are also available. Non-alcoholic beverages include cappuccino, espresso, coffee, tea, soft drinks and sparkling water.

Planet Hollywood
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Pleasure Island. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Dine surrounded by props, photos and movie memorabilia. Appetizers include blackened shrimp, parmesan spinach dip, potatoes skins and sliders. Add a southwestern or a Cobb salad to your meal. Entrees include a large choice of burgers, pork, seafood and pasta. Sundaes, cake and key lime pie are available for dessert. Specialty coffees and other drinks are sold to those of age. Non-alcoholic beverages include milkshakes, smoothies and soft drinks.

Pollo Campero
$$-$$$ Counter service. Location: Marketplace. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Also see BabycakesNYC and Fresh A-Peel. Pollo Campero is part of a restaurant chain that is known for Latino inspired chicken dishes. Yucca fries are also served. Breakfast includes breakfast burritos and sandwiches. Lunch and dinner feature chicken sandwiches and meals. Add rice, sweet plantains, beans, coleslaw or chips and salsa. Smoothies, Latin quenchers, fresh squeezed lemonade, coffee, watermelon sangria and bottled beer are also sold.

Portobello
$$$-$$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Pleasure Island. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Fine Italian dining. Appetizer’s include antipasto, calamari, eggplant fries and pizza. Chicken, steak, seafood and pasta dishes are featured for the main course. Potatoes and vegetables are among the sides. The dessert list includes chocolate ravioli, tiramisu and gelato. There is an extensive wine list, sold by the glass or the bottle. Those of age can also order off of the cordial menu or try a specialty cocktail. Domestic and imported beers are available. Non-alcoholic drinks are also sold.

RAGLAN ROAD Irish Pub and Restaurant
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Pleasure Island. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Traditional Irish favorites such as fish and chips and shepherd’s pie are served. Start you meal with a bowl of cabbage soup or sautéed goat cheese. Lamb, beef and seafood are featured in the entrees. Add chips or a vegetable for a side. Try the apple pie or the bread and butter pudding for dessert. Since it is a pub there is an extensive selection of imported and domestic beers, ales and stouts. There is also an impressive wine list. Irish whiskey, scotch and specialty cocktails are also available for those 21 and older. You can also purchase non-alcoholic beverages. Live music and Irish dancers are featured in the evenings.

Rainforest Café
$$$-$$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Marketplace. Open for lunch and dinner.

The atmosphere is as impressive as the food. Start with buffalo wings, a quesadilla or an onion stack; there are plenty of appetizer’s to choose from. Add soup or a salad. Entrees include fajitas, chicken fried steak, pot roast, seafood; you can even order pizza. There’s also a creative list or burgers, including a brown rice and vegetable burger. Desserts include chocolate cake, cheesecake or a root beer float. A full selection of tropical cocktails, as well as wine and beer are available. Non-alcoholic smoothies, freezes and specialty drinks with a rainforest theme are also on the menu, as are soft drinks.

T-REX Café
$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: Marketplace. Open for lunch and dinner.

Step way back in time as you dine. The prehistoric dinosaur theme is evident, with choices like the Jurassic Salad and the Bronto Burger. Other burgers, seafood, ribs, chicken, pasta and pizza are among the options. There are several ice cream creations offered for dessert, as well as key lime pie. Beer and wine are sold, as are some non-alcoholic creations that keep with the theme of the restaurant. You can also buy juice, soft drinks and hot beverages. If you have kids plan to visit the Paleo Zone, where they can play archeologist and learn at the same time.

Wetzel’s Pretzels and Haagen Daz Ice Cream 
$-$$ Counter Service. Location: West Side. Hours vary seasonally.

Order a plain or flavored pretzel here. Add a dipping sauce. You can also get a hot dog with a pretzel coating instead of a bun. Fulfill your ice cream craving with a cone or dish, or choose your own sundae toppings. Order a shake or try a frozen espresso. Other frozen beverages, soft drinks and bottled water are also for sale.

Wetzel’s Pretzels Kiosk
$ Counter Service. Location: Marketplace. Hours vary seasonally.

This Wetzel’s location sells plain and flavored pretzels, pretzel dogs and pretzel bites. Frozen beverages are available as well as apple juice, soft drinks and bottled water.

Wolfgang Puck Café
$$$-$$$$ Full service, reservations recommended. Location: West Side. Open for lunch and dinner. A table service option on the Disney Dining Plan, first floor only.

Inspired by Chef Wolfgang Puck. This is actually two restaurants, the Café and the Dining Room. The Café is downstairs and features a sushi bar, pizzas, various pastas, chicken, seafood and steak. It is known for being vegetarian friendly. Try white chocolate truffle cheesecake or carrot cake for dessert. A full line of specialty drinks, some without alcohol, are sold. Beer and wine are also available.

The Dining Room, which is upstairs, is open for dinner only. Start with a bowl of butternut squash soup or order a salad. Wolfgang Puck’s signature entrees, including wiener schnitzel and “Hong Kong Style” steamed fish are available. You can also choose from steak, lamb, duck, seafood or chicken. It you’re not sure what to get try the Californian or Austrian Tour, which give you three or four courses. Sushi is also available, as well as an impressive selection of wines.

Wolfgang Puck Express
$$-$$$ Counter service. Location: Marketplace. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Grab a breakfast pizza or pocket to start off your day, or try the Belgian waffles with fruit and whipped cream. You can also get omelets, served with potatoes. Lunch and dinner feature sandwiches, salads, pizza, chicken, salmon and pasta. French fries, roasted vegetables and other sides are available. Order a brownie or frozen yogurt for dessert. Beer, wine, soft drinks and hot beverages are also sold.

Wolfgang Puck Express West Side
$$-$$$ Counter service. Location: West Side. Open for lunch and dinner. A quick service option on the Disney Dining Plan.

Try the chocolate chip waffles or grab a bagel with cream cheese. Other breakfast items include french toast and cereal with milk. Pizza, salads, hot or cold sandwiches and sushi are available for lunch and dinner. Try bacon wrapped meatloaf or macaroni and cheese. Crème brulee and cookies are among the available desserts. Beer, wine, soft drinks and hot beverages are available as well.

About PaulaK

I grew up in Western Massachusetts. When I was nine my family went to Disneyland and I was hooked. I grew up, attended New England College in Henniker, NH and eventually moved to Virginia. I worked as a disc jockey, married and became a full time mom when our daughter was born. Fast forward several years. In 2010 we moved to Central Florida and my Disney obsession grew. I now work as a freelance writer and spend my spare time in the parks. Under the name Paula Brown I penned the novels Dream Wanderers and The Coffee Cruiser. I also am a co-author of Dining at Walt Disney World: The Definitive Guide. I'm obsessed with Star Wars, so this is a good time to live in Central Florida. I've been a vegetarian for well over a decade, a choice that my daughter eventually made as well. While my husband still hasn't joined us fully he has given up most meats except for seafood. I was relieved to find that vegetarian dining is not difficult at Walt Disney World.