The Walt Disney World Resort is bustling with experiences to enjoy from sun up until late into the evening, and while a long day in the Disney Parks might be exhausting, many Guests love to keep enjoying themselves long after the sun has set. Throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, there are plenty of great restaurants and lounges that offer up late-night dining for Guests who are looking to grab a delicious bite or specialty cocktail and keep their wonderful day going.
Let’s check out some of the dining locations that are open for late-night dining at the Walt Disney World Resort and the delicious and unique menu items that can be found at each!
Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant
Disney Springs is a popular destination at any time of day, but especially once the sun has set and Guests are looking for some entertainment and delicious food. Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant in The Landing area of Disney Springs serves up both live entertainment and traditional Irish pub fare including an exclusive late-night dining menu. The interior will immediately transport Guests to a traditional pub in the heart of Ireland with multiple dark wood bars, live music and Irish step dancing, and tons of unique artwork and items that honor Irish culture and history.
Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant features a limited late-night dining menu with mainly appetizers like the Chicken & Chips, Nom Nom Wings, classic Fish & Chips, and the Dalkey Duo or sweeter dessert options like the Rocky Road to Raglan and Ger’s Bread & Butter Pudding. Guests who stop by for some late-night dining can also enjoy the full beverage menu and indulge in wine, beer, whiskey, or specialty cocktails such as Arthur’s Old Fashioned, Baileys Salted Caramel Irish Coffee Dublin Donkey, and Rosemary and Maple Whiskey Sour.
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Also found in The Landing at Disney Springs is The Boathouse, a very popular table service restaurant that features a nautical-inspired interior and serves up fresh American seafood and steakhouse items with stunning views of Lake Buena Vista. While The Boathouse doesn’t have a specific late-night dining menu, Guests can book dinner reservations until eleven each evening, making it a great spot for a late-night meal and views.
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Guests can dine either inside in a charming and large dining area with nautical details and lively atmosphere or outside on several deck areas that offer beautiful nighttime views of Lake Buena Vista and Disney Springs. The Boathouse features a very extensive menu, but some of the most popular items include Filet Mignon Sliders, Oysters on the Half Shell, Maine Lobster Tail Oscar, Firecracker Shrimp, Dockside Shrimp Boil, NY Steak & Fries, Porterhouse, and Truffle Fries.
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A more unique table service location in The Landing area of Disney Springs is The Edison, an immersive location that is themed to feel like the interior of an electric company from the 1920s. Guests can stop by for a late-night bite and live entertainment until ten each evening and enjoy classic American cuisine and specialty cocktails in an industrial interior that features themed rooms like the Telegraph Lounge and Tesla Lounge.
Only open for dinner each night, The Edison features a unique menu with indulgent options that Guests are sure to love such as Electri-Fries, The Edison Burger, Barolo Short Rib, Blackened Mahi, Queen Cut Prime Rib, and the favorite DB ‘Clothesline Candied Bacon’ which serves up bacon literally hanging from a line and smothered in maple, black pepper, and fruit mostarda. The Edison also features some wonderful and inventive specialty cocktails that are great for late-night dining, like the French 75, Sazerac, Green Electron, Time Turner, and Electric Mule.
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Splitsville Dining Room
The final late-night dining spot on this list in Disney Springs is Splitsville Dining Room over on the West Side. This retro table service restaurant feels straight out of the 1950s and is located right next to the classic bowling lanes where Guests can enjoy a competitive round of bowling before indulging in some American favorites that have been elevated with unique ingredients and flavors.
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Splitsville Dining Room features dinner seating through ten each evening, so Guests can definitely enjoy some late-night dining and fun including specialty cocktails like the Big Wave Dave, Miami Vice, Big Kahuna, and Cadillac Margarita as well as amazing menu items such as the Cone of Fries, Grilled Avocado & Ahi Tuna, BBQ Chicken Pizza, Black Jack Chicken, Fish n’ Chips, Taco Bowl, and Grilled Salmon with Mango Chutney. Splitsville Dining Room is also home to some of the best sushi at the Walt Disney World Resort, and Guests can enjoy some late-night options including Spicy Tuna, California Roll, Crouching Dragon, Volcano Roll, and more.
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Ale & Compass Lounge
The Crescent Lake area of the Walt Disney World Resort is home to several wonderful Disney Resorts and restaurants, including Ale & Compass Lounge at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort which is great for late-night dining as it remains open until eleven each evening. Ale & Compass Lounge features an upscale nautical theme with dark blue walls and ceiling molding, a dark bar, black seating and tables, and opulent pops of gold to tie it all together.
Guests who visit Ale & Compass each evening can enjoy a limited menu of appetizers that are available between four and ten including options like Roasted “Buffalo-style” Cauliflower, Lobster and Corn Chowder, Roasted Garlic Shrimp, Parker House Rolls and Spreads, Bacon and Vermont Cheddar Burger, and a Chipotle Barbecued Chicken or Seasonal Market Vegetable Hearth Oven ‘Flatbread.’ All of these appetizers pair perfectly with a delicious cocktail like the Purple Mariner, Dark and Stormy, Maple Old Fashioned, Seaworthy Breeze, and Captain’s Mai Tai.
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Beaches & Cream Soda Shop
Next door at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is the very popular Beaches & Cream Soda Shop which is a table service restaurant that features American diner favorites served until eleven each night. The interior of Beaches & Cream Soda Shop is themed to feel like a classic Atlantic seaside diner complete with pastel colors, beachy accents, and paintings depicting favorite Disney characters enjoying various scenes in a vintage diner.
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After a long day in the Disney Parks, the menu items at Beaches & Cream Soda Shop are perfect to indulge in as the portions are all huge and filling. Guests can enjoy menu options such as the Beaches & Cream Grilled Cheese, Angus Beef Burger, Reuben Sandwich, Cheese and Bacon Toys, Bowl of Chili, and Onion Rings. The restaurant is also very popular for over-the-top ice cream creations like the Kitchen Sink, No Way José, Classic Banana Split, and Fudge Mud Slide.
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On the opposite side of Crescent Lake is Disney’s BoardWalk Inn which features several restaurants and lounges including the unique AbracadaBar. This immersive lounge celebrates the history of magic with opulent details and magical props throughout in addition to the rich backstory that it used to be the hideout of a group of famous magicians who mysteriously disappeared one night to never be seen again.
Open until eleven each evening, AbracadaBar features a limited menu of bar snacks with Abra Fries smothered in parmesan cheese, gremolata, and truffle cheese sauce, Margherita Pizza with crushed tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and basil, and Salumi with an assortment of meats and cheeses. Guests can pair any of these delicious bar snacks with humorously named specialty cocktails like the Parlor Trick, Coney Negroni, Magic Mirror, Seashore Sweet, Magic Hattan, and Pepper’s Ghost.
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Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is home to one of the most popular late-night lounge locations where Guests can dine on a Spanish-inspired menu until midnight each evening. Dahlia Lounge is located at the very top of the Disney Resort and features a décor of Spanish modernism with surrealist touches including orb chandeliers, lush seating, and a unique bar with bright yellow abstract design.
Guests can visit Dahlia Lounge each evening can take in stunning views of Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort while enjoying flavorful tapas including Crispy Artichokes, Smoked Paprika Chips, Ham and Cheese Bocadillo, Chicken Wings, Shrimp Pil Pil, Artisanal Cheese, and Croquettes. Dahlia Lounge also features a full bar with wine, beer, coffee creations, and specialty cocktails like the Jerez Martini, Manzana Fizz, Alla Prima Manhattan, and Sangria Tinta.
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Another upscale lounge experience where Guests can enjoy some late-night dining is Enchanted Rose at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, just steps away from the Magic Kingdom. Inspired by various locations in Beauty and the Beast, Enchanted Rose invites Guests to enjoy an opulent interior with subtle nods to the Disney animated film and several seating areas that pay homage to locations like the Beast’s garden and library.
After checking out the actual rose behind the bar and an ornate chandelier inspired by Belle’s famous ball gown, Guests can order several small bite options that are served from five to ten including Truffle Fries, Artisanal Cheese Selection, House-made Flatbread, Crab Macaroni & Cheese, and Mini Smoked Brisket Sliders. Enchanted Rose is also very popular for its specialty cocktails such as the Lavender Fog, Garden Daisy, The French 75, Negroni, and SideCar in addition to featured martinis like the Gibson, French Rose, and Aura in Me.
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The final late-night dining location on this list where Guests can enjoy some delicious bites can be found at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort on the second level of the Great Ceremonial House. Tambu Lounge is an open-air location that features tropical touches like a central tiki bar that pairs perfectly with large windows looking out at the grounds of the Disney Resort and Seven Seas Lagoon and comfortable seating both at the bar and scattered tables.
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Tambu Lounge always features a busy atmosphere thanks to its proximity to Kona Café and ‘Ohana, and Guests who are looking to enjoy late-night options without a table service reservation can enjoy appetizers served from four to ten including Big Kahuna’s Hot Wings, Pot Stickers, California Roll, and Kaikane’s Barbecue Pork Ribs. Tambu Lounge is also very popular for its tropical specialty beverages including the Lapu Lapu, Backscratcher, Hawaiian Mule, and Puka Punch.
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