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Savor Every Bite with These Indulgent Cheesecake Desserts at Walt Disney World

Dessert is one of the best parts of any meal, and cheesecake is a favorite option for many Guests thanks to its creamy texture and versatility. Cheesecake can be made in a classic style or modified to feature seasonal and decadent flavors and further enhanced with special toppings like fresh fruit or sauces.

With so many ways to enjoy cheesecake, it is no surprise that the restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort serve up some incredible varieties that Guests do not want to miss out on! From traditional takes to totally unique flavors and presentations, these are the cheesecake options that Guests have to try on any visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!

Almond-crusted Cheesecake

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Narcoossee’s – Almond-crusted Cheesecake

Narcoossee’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is one of the best seafood restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort which serves up fresh options for dinner each night in an airy dining room overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom. After enjoying a delicious dinner at Narcoossee’s Guests can indulge in the Almond-crusted Cheesecake which features a beautiful presentation of a perfectly creamy, traditional cheesecake coated in crunchy almonds accompanied by a tart Lambert cherry sauce.

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Neopolitan Cheesecake

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Grand Floridian Café – Neapolitan Cheesecake

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is also home to the Grand Floridian Café, which features an airy and elegant Victorian dining room that serves up elevated American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day. While overlooking the Disney Resort’s beautiful grounds, Guests can end their meals with a piece of Neapolitan Cheesecake which perfectly combines strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate layers for a delicious and colorful presentation.

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Yak & Yeti Restaurant – New York Cheesecake

One of the most unique and expansive menus at the Walt Disney World Resort can be found at Yak & Yeti Restaurant in Disney’s Animal Kingdom where Guests can enjoy pan-Asian cuisine from several regions of Southeast Asia on two floors of beautifully themed and immersive dining areas. Open for lunch and dinner each day, Yak & Yeti Restaurant also serves up some delicious desserts, including a classic New York Cheesecake that is elevated with the addition of bright and fruity mango and strawberry coulis and whipped cream.

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Tie-Dye Cheesecake

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Everything POP Shopping & Dining – Tie-dye Cheesecake

Disney’s POP Century Resort celebrates the trends and fun from each decade by featuring vibrant décor and larger-than-life props in each area. The main quick service location for the Disney Resort is Everything POP Shopping & Dining where Guests can enjoy various ordering stations offering up delicious options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The quick-service restaurant is also home to the Tie-dye Cheesecake, a unique snack that can only be found at the Disney Resort that features a traditional cheesecake in terms of flavor, but with a bright and psychedelic tie-dye color scheme.

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Blueberry Cheesecake

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The Boathouse – Blueberry Cheesecake

The Boathouse in The Landing area of Disney Springs invites Guests to dine on fresh seafood and land favorites while soaking in panoramic views of Lake Buena Vista from several outdoor dining decks. In addition to the views, Guests can end each lunch or dinner at The Boathouse with the decadent Blueberry Cheesecake, which tops a traditional piece of creamy cheesecake with homemade blueberry compote and crumb topping for a little bit of crunch in every single bite.

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Quesada Asturiana

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Jaleo by Jose Andres – Quesada Asturiana

The West Side of Disney Springs is where Guests can find Jaleo by Jose Andres, a table service restaurant originally opened by the famous chef in Washington, DC in 1993 that serves up a menu of traditional Spanish tapas and cuisine for lunch and dinner each day. The perfect way to end any incredible meal at Jaleo by Jose Andres is by ordering the Quesada Asturiana, which puts a unique spin on the traditional dessert with a Basque goat cheesecake served with a seasonal sorbet for a refreshing and light addition.

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Creamy Goat Cheesecake

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Flying Fish – Creamy Goat Cheesecake

Goat cheese is also used in a unique take on traditional cheesecake at a table service restaurant at Disney’s BoardWalk that is well known for its delicious seafood menu. Flying Fish is open each night for dinner and serves up a menu of fresh seafood favorites paired with indulgent steaks and those who save room also can savor the Creamy Goat Cheesecake which features a tangy base paired with a honey glaze, cassis gel, and pistachio cake for a beautiful presentation.

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Pecan Pie Cheesecake

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Boatwright’s Dining Hall – Pecan Pie Cheesecake

Boatwright’s Dining Hall at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside serves up Southern cuisine favorites for dinner each night in a rustic setting designed to feel like a boat crafting shop. Pecan pie is a delicious favorite in the south, and the table service restaurant puts a spin on traditional cheesecake with the Pecan Pie Cheesecake that tops a pecan-graham cracker crust with vanilla cheesecake, pecan pie filling, bourbon-caramel sauce, and spicy candied pecans for the perfect combination of creamy, crunchy, sweet, and spicy.

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New York Style Cheesecake

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Terralina Crafted Italian – New York Style Cheesecake

Authentic Italian cuisine can be enjoyed in The Landing at Disney Springs at Terralina Crafted Italian, a table service restaurant that welcomes Guests to dine on favorites created by Executive Chef Justin Plank. With sweeping views of Lake Buena Vista and an indulgent menu, lunch or dinner at Terralina Crafted Italian is only made even more memorable with the New York Style Cheesecake, which nails the traditional flavors and presentation of the beloved dessert and tops it with a fresh berry compote.

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New York-style Cheesecake

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Paddlefish – New York-style Cheesecake

Another traditional take on classic cheesecake can be found nearby in The Landing in Disney Springs at Paddlefish. This totally unique table service restaurant serves up fresh seafood and coastal favorites on a steamer ship literally docked in Lake Buena Vista. While soaking in the beautiful views and savoring their fresh seafood options, Guests can end each meal at Paddlefish with the New York-style Cheesecake topped with farm-fresh strawberry compote for added sweetness.

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Jaq & Gus

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Cinderella’s Royal Table – Jaq & Gus

One of the most regal and unforgettable meals that Guests can enjoy at the Walt Disney World Resort is at Cinderella’s Royal Table, which can be found inside Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom. This table service restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and makes Guests feel like royalty with an opulent setting featuring vaulted stone ceilings and beautiful views of Fantasyland below. The perfect end to any lunch or dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table is the Jaq & Gus, a dessert named after Cinderella’s two mice friends that features a traditional cheesecake topped with varying seasonal flavors and garnishes depending on the season.

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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.