Dining at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is one of several Moderate Level Disney Resorts that features sprawling grounds that use immersive and beautiful theming to make Guests feel as though they have traveled to the islands. The Disney Resort features five different areas, Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad, and Aruba, all of which are scattered around a beautiful lake, central island, and sprawling bridges.

The main lobby area of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is Old Port Royale where Guests can find everything from the concierge and front desk to shopping, recreation, amenities, and more. Old Port Royale is also the main location of most of the dining options available at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, and Guests who visit are sure to find the perfect meal from them.

From quick service locations, poolside snacks, grab-and-go items, and a wonderful table service restaurant, there are plenty of options to choose from for each meal period. Let’s see a bit more about each dining location at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort and what makes each a fantastic option to enjoy!

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Sebastian’s Bistro

The only table service dining option available at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is Sebastian’s Bistro which pays tribute to the lovable character from The Little Mermaid. Located right next to Old Port Royale, Sebastian’s Bistro is open daily for dinner only and serves up a wonderful menu of flavorful items inspired by Latin and Caribbean flavors and cuisines.

The interior of Sebastian’s Bistro is bright and airy, with soft whites and pops of blue, vaulted wooden ceilings, gauzy curtains, comfortable seating, and large windows that look out at the promenade and lake. Guests are sure to immediately feel relaxed and transported to a beach eatery with the light and airy interior with plenty of natural light.

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The dinner menu at Sebastian’s Bistro is a set price and features family-style dining beginning with Buttery House-based Pull-apart Rolls served with guava butter and caramelized onion jam. The next course is The Spice Necklace Salad which is tops a bed of mixed greens and kale with toasted pumpkin seeds, grilled pineapple, orange, spiced candied walnuts, radish, and key lime dressing.

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The main course at Sebastian’s Bistro is appropriately named Taste of the Caribbean and is overflowing with delicious items including Oven-roasted Citrus Chicken, Slow-cooked Mojo Pork with Mango Sambal, Grilled Flank Steak with Motijo Relish, Cilantro Rice, Beans, Vegetable Curry, and Grilled Broccolini. The perfect end to the meal comes with the House-made Coconut-Pineapple Bread Pudding topped with decadent caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream.

Sebastian’s Bistro also serves up a lengthy list of beer, wine, non-alcoholic selections, and specialty cocktails that are sure to transport Guests to a remote island location far away. Dinner at Sebastian’s Bistro is a must do for any Guest at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort!

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Centertown Market

The main quick service location at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is Centertown Market conveniently located right in the heart of Old Port Royale. The restaurant is themed to feel like an indoor street market with brightly colored walls and accents, a convenient ordering counter underneath a vaulted wooden ceiling, brightly colored lanterns in different shapes and sizes, and plenty of open eating areas near large windows that look out at the promenade and lake.

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Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and the menus are the perfect blend of classic American favorites and Latin and Caribbean flavors. Guests who dine at the quick service location for breakfast can choose from entrée options such as Mickey Waffles, Ham and Cheese Omelet, Egg and Cheese Bagel Sandwich, Breakfast Bagel Sandwich, Island Bounty Platter and Avocado Toast.

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The lunch and dinner menus at Centertown Market are identical and begin with specialty items that feature bold Caribbean and Latin flavors like the Fried Yucca Bowl, Mixed Grill Platter with roasted citrus-marinated shrimp, barbecued pork ribs, and grilled Andouille, and the Roasted Half-Chicken. Other great options to choose from include the Hot Cuban Sandwich, Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger, Turkey Sandwich, Fish Tacos, Chicken Bowl, Romaine Salad, and Large Cheese Pizza.

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Throughout each day, Centertown Market also features easy to grab items like fresh fruit, assorted chips, yogurt, dried fruit, assorted cereals, croissants, muffins, cupcakes, cookies, and assorted beverages. With so many wonderful options to choose from, Centertown Market is a great location to enjoy at any time of day while at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

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Centertown Market Grab & Go

Adjacent to Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is Centertown Market Grab & Go which is only open for breakfast each day and offers a faster and even more convenient way of picking up a quick bite to eat on the way out for a busy day at the Walt Disney World Resort. Guests who are truly on the go will be thrilled to hear that there are plenty of coffee options from Joffrey’s available to really get their energy up!

Other assorted items that Guests can pick up at Centertown Market Grab & Go include the Breakfast Bagel Sandwich, Egg and Cheese Bagel Sandwich, Smoked Turkey Sandwich, yogurt parfaits, Chicken Romaine Salad, assorted cupcakes, cookies, chips, fresh fruit, and beverages. This quick service option makes mornings as convenient as possible for any Guest who finds themselves at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

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Banana Cabana

Just steps away from Old Port Royale at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is Banana Cabana, a quick service lounge option that features open air seating with beautiful views of the water. Guests who stop by can relax in cushioned seating around tables or on comfortable barstools while taking in bright and tropical colors, driftwood accents, and an overall calm environment.

Banana Cabana features a lengthy list of specialty cocktails that all bring some bold tropical flavors to bring the spirit of the islands to life, but there is also a limited menu that Guests can order from to enjoy several appetizers and entrees which are also packed with flavor. Guests who are looking for small appetizer bites can enjoy Caribbean Pull-Apart Rolls similar to the ones served at Sebastian’s Bistro, Chile Con Queso, Loaded Fries with cotija, pico de gallo, and fresh Caribbean-style chili, or Jerk Chicken Wings.

Larger portion entrees available at Banana Cabana include Sebastian’s Salad with Grilled Shrimp or Jerk Chicken, Cuban Sandwich, Angus Bacon Cheeseburger, Jerk Chicken Sandwich, and the Impossible Market Burger. The delicious Pineapple-Coconut Bread Pudding from Sebastian’s Bistro is also on the menu at Banana Cabana making it a great way to enjoy a sweet treat at the end of any day at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

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About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.