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The Best Nachos in Walt Disney World

There are some snacks that are so delicious and versatile, that Guests can’t help but completely love them. Nachos are one such snack as they are the perfect combination of indulgent ingredients that bring bold flavors and textures to any dining opportunity for the perfect savory bite.

Traditional nachos feature crunchy tortilla chips topped with meat, fresh tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, guacamole, and sour cream, but the beauty of nachos is their versatility as the entire dish can be elevated and changed with simple additions of international ingredients or inventive flavors. The Walt Disney World Resort features endless dining options, many of which offer their own versions of nachos ranging from traditional to unique.

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Guests who are looking to enjoy nachos while at the Walt Disney World Resort can find options that feature everything from creative bases to indulgent toppings that are usually found in fine dining locations. No matter what, any nacho dish is sure to be delicious, and these options found at the Walt Disney World Resort are the best of the best!

Capt. Cook’s – Pulled Pork Nachos

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is home to several different dining options including the quick service Capt. Cook’s, which is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Located inside of the Great Ceremonial House, Capt. Cook’s serves up American favorites infused with tropical flavors and popular ingredients of the islands that Guests can enjoy in an indoor dining room or outside on a beautiful patio.

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There are plenty of options available throughout the lunch and dinner periods at Capt. Cook’s, including a unique take on nachos that changes up the base and toppings to give them a tropical twist. The Pulled Pork Nachos begin with a base of crunchy kettle chips which are topped with a generous portion of hot pulled pork, melted cheese, spicy mayonnaise, pico de gallo, and pineapple salsa for the perfect combination of crunch, creaminess, spice, and freshness in every bite.

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Yak & Yeti Restaurant – Pulled Pork Nachos

One of the most popular table service restaurants in Disney’s Animal Kingdom is Yak & Yeti Restaurant in the Asia section of the Disney Park. The restaurant invites Guests to dine on an extensive menu of pan-Asian cuisine throughout two floors of beautifully decorated areas that showcase artwork and artifacts from South Asia that were collected by Imagineers throughout their travels.

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Yak & Yeti Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner each day in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Guests who dine there can enjoy many different menu options including a unique take on nachos that is technically a shareable item for two that no one will want to actually share! The Ahi Tuna Nachos feature a bed of crispy fried wontons that are generously topped with a mound of sushi-grade Ahi tuna, fresh Asian slaw, wasabi aioli, and a sweet soy glaze for a delicious combination of flavors and textures!

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Whispering Canyon Cafe – ‘Burnt End’ Nachos

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is home to a very popular table service restaurant that is as known for its food as the antics of the Cast Members who work there. Whispering Canyon Cafe is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and serves up American barbecue classics in larger than life portions and all-you-care-to-enjoy skillets. In addition to the delicious food, the Cast Members at Whispering Canyon Cafe love to interact with Guests with some good natured sass and cause all sorts of antics throughout each meal.

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Whispering Canyon Cafe is popular for its massive skillet meals which feature delicious combinations of meats, seafood, and sides, but the restaurant also serves up a wonderful nacho appetizer that packs some bold barbecue flavors. The ‘Burnt Ends’ Nachos feature a hefty portion of tortilla chips topped with beef brisket, barbecue pulled pork, cheese sauce, and fresh salsa for a filling and unique appetizer that can’t be missed.

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City Works Eatery & Pour House – Duck Nachos

Disney Springs is home to some of the most popular dining options at the Walt Disney World Resort including City Works Eatery & Pour House on the West Side which takes the upbeat feel of a sports bar and combines it with upscale eats. City Works Eatery & Pour House welcomes Guests for brunch, lunch, and dinner and serves up some indulgent American favorites that pair perfectly with the extensive menu of draft beer available.

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City Works Eatery & Pour House is amazing at taking decadent ingredients and combining them with sports bar classics to elevate them to an entirely new level of flavor and deliciousness. One great example is the Duck Nachos which feature pulled confit duck, pepper jack cheese sauce, pickled jalapenos, smoked tomatoes, red onion, white beans, avocado, cilantro, queso fresco, and wonton chips for a massive portion that is packed with flavors that Guests are sure to love.

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House of Blues Restaurant – BBQ Nachos

Also found on the West Side of Disney Springs is the House of Blues Restaurant which is attached to the music venue and welcomes Guests for brunch, lunch, and dinner. This unique restaurant serves up a vast menu of Southern dishes that are infused with international flavors, and Guests will be sure to find the perfect meal for them while enjoying the memorabilia and musical theming found all around them.

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One appetizer offered at the House of Blues Restaurant is the BBQ Nachos which begin with a large portion of house-cut tortilla chips that are then piled high with aged cheddar, avocado, roasted corn salsa, pickled red onion, tomatoes, Memphis BBQ sauce, cilantro crema, and cotija cheese for a fairly traditional take on nachos that are infused with smoky favor from the barbecue sauce. Guests also have the option of adding grilled chicken or brisket to their BBQ Nachos, making them much heartier and even a great small meal for lunch or dinner.

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Woody’s Lunch Box – “Totchos”

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to Toy Story Land, an immersive area that welcomes Guests into Andy’s backyard where they are magically the size of toys and can play and explore alongside beloved characters. Woody’s Lunch Box is the quick service location in Toy Story Land and serves up classic lunch treats with little twists from an ordering counter that is literally inside of Andy’s lunch box.

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Woody’s Lunch Box serves up some favorite menu items throughout each dining period, but the special take on nachos is a favorite of many Guests. “Totchos” swap out the traditional tortilla chips for a base of potato barrel tots and generous smother them with beef and bean chili, shredded cheese, queso, tomatoes, corn chips, sour cream, and a sprinkle of green onions. Guests can also enjoy a plant-based version of “Totchos” which features the potato barrel tots, “chili, “cheese”, green onions, and corn chips.

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Planet Hollywood – Nachos Grande

An often overlooked restaurant by Guests dining at the Walt Disney World Resort is Planet Hollywood in the Town Center area of Disney Springs. The table service restaurant serves up a lengthy menu of American classics that Guests can enjoy while checking out memorabilia such as costumes and props from some of film and music’s greatest hits. Planet Hollywood is open daily for lunch and dinner, and Guests should absolutely consider dining there on any trip to Disney Springs thanks to delicious menu options.

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One of the appetizer choices at Planet Hollywood is the Nachos Grande which is a fairly traditional take on the classic featuring tortilla chips, chili, four-cheese sauce, olives, jalapenos, pico de gallo, sour cream, and guacamole. The Nachos Grande is a large portion for the price and a great example of how traditional nachos are delicious in their own way!

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Big River Grille & Brewing Works – Brewery Nachos

Crescent Lake at the Walt Disney World Resort is home to several Disney Resorts including the popular BoardWalk Inn which features a classic boardwalk that overlooks the water and is lined with several different restaurants for Guests to enjoy. One table service option found there is Big River Grille & Brewing Works which is a functional microbrewery that serves up American pub favorites for lunch and dinner.

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Guests who dine at Big River Grille & Brewing Works can indulge in fresh drafts brewed in-house as well as plenty of menu options including a sharable choice that Guests will want to keep all for themselves. The Brewery Nachos are a classic take on the traditional nacho platter and feature tortilla chips, pepper jack cheese, jalapeno, pico de gallo, and sour cream with the option to add beef or chicken for an additional price. The Brewery Nachos are a hefty portion of perfectly done nachos that are a must-try while enjoying Crescent Lake!

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La Cantina de San Angel – Nachos

It’s no surprise that a quick service location from the Mexico Pavilion in EPCOT’s World Showcase would make the list for best nachos at the Walt Disney World Resort. La Cantina de San Angel is a wonderful quick service location featuring open-air ordering counters and patios overlooking World Showcase Lagoon where Guests can enjoy authentic Mexican favorites in a quick-service setting.

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Open for lunch and dinner, La Cantina de San Angel features some of the most popular Mexican cuisines that Americans are familiar with including tacos and a delicious take on traditional nachos. The Nachos take classic tortilla chips and top them with white nacho cheese, ground beef, beans, tomatoes, jalapenos, and sour cream and Guests have the option of adding guacamole for an additional fee. These Nachos are traditional, classic, and full of fresh flavors that are perfect to enjoy while soaking in the water views of EPCOT.

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Rainforest Café – Beef Lava Nachos

The Rainforest Café is a unique table service restaurant at the Walt Disney World Resort as it features two separate locations where Guests can enjoy American classics amongst the vegetation and animals of the rainforest. Guests can dine at the restaurant in both Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney Springs, and each location features an identical menu of indulgent choices.

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The appetizers on the menu at Rainforest Café are true American classics including a traditional take on nachos that Guests will want to order every time that they dine there. The Beef Lava Nachos feature tortilla chips, peppers, onions, black beans, Monterey Jack cheese, cheddar, green onions, sour cream, pico de gallo, and chipotle salsa for the perfect combination of traditional toppings with lots of fresh flavors and just the right amount of spice to kick off any meal at the Rainforest Café.

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Splitsville Dining Room – Macho Nachos

One of the most unique dining locations at the Walt Disney World Resort is Splitsville Dining Room where Guests can dine on elevated and upscale American classics in a vintage setting. The restaurant is located inside of Splitsville Luxury Lanes where Guests can feel as though they have stepped back in time to enjoy a vintage bowling alley before digging into their delicious food.

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Splitsville Dining Room features a menu that might surprise Guests, with options like fresh sushi and sashimi, pizzas, sandwiches, and some delicious nachos. The Macho Nachos are an appetizer option on the menu at Splitsville Dining Room and feature a bed of tortillas topped with ground beef, shredded cheddar jack, queso, black bean corn salsa, scallions, cilantro, and a drizzle of avocado ranch for a hearty serving that can feed two or more Guests during lunch and dinner!

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Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas – Border Nachos

The Landing area of Disney Springs is home to Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas, a table service restaurant that features a menu of flavors and ingredients found throughout North, Central, and South America. Situated right on the shores of Lake Buena Vista, Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas combines the perfect upscale and modern setting with delicious cuisine and stunning views for lunch and dinner.

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Guests who want to enjoy a meal at Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas, and are looking for the perfect appetizer option to share can dig into a traditional take on nachos inspired by the classic version that originated in Mexico. The Border Nachos are big enough to serve two Guests and feature corn tortillas, cheese sauce, chili con carne P37 cheese, shredded lettuce, sour cream, pico de gallo, and jalapenos for the perfect execution of nachos that are packed with flavor!

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Maya Grill – Fiesta Nachos

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is a beautiful Disney Resort that blends the cultures and styles of Spain, Mexico, and the Southwest of the United States complete with incredible dining options. Maya Grill is a particularly overlooked table service restaurant at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort that serves up authentic Mexican cuisine amongst a fusion of modern and ancient décor for dinner each evening.

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Maya Grill features a wonderful menu of Mexican favorites and Nuevo Latin cuisines, so it should be no surprise that there is an incredible nacho starter option that packs bold flavors in a traditional take on the classic. The Fiesta Nachos feature crispy tortilla chips, jalapenos, diced tomatoes, scallions, poblano cream, jack cheese, Mexican crema, pico de gallo, and sour cream for the perfect dish with an extra hit of spice from the poblano cream.

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Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

Guests who are looking to enjoy Mexican cuisine in a convenient quick-service setting can head to Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café in the Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland for delicious options served for lunch and dinner. The large quick-service restaurant features several different dining rooms that feature charming details and beautiful views of Frontierland that Guests can enjoy as they dine.

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Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café features traditional nachos that can be customized based on which meat a Guest prefers. Each option features tortilla chips, queso, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, and salsa, and Guests can choose between beef, chicken, or pork carnitas to add as their protein. Compared to some of the other elaborate nacho options on this list, these might seem simple, but they are just the right combination of toppings and filling meat that shouldn’t be missed at Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Café in the Magic Kingdom!

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Laguna Bar – Multiple Options

One of the best quick service locations at the Walt Disney World Resort where Guests can indulge in two different styles of nachos can be found at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. The Laguna Bar is a quick-service, open-air bar right on Lago Dorado that offers up a menu of specialty cocktails, beverages, and bar bites that pair perfectly with the stunning water views.

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Laguna Bar features classic Nachos with tortilla chips, queso Blanco, pico de gallo, scallions, guacamole, pickled jalapenos, and a Mexican crema for a traditional take as well as a slightly altered version that tweaks the ingredients for an unexpected twist. The Watchos begin with a base of crispy waffle fries that are smothered in queso Blanco, bacon, and scallions for an interesting bite that combines fries with nachos.

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T-REX – Colosso Beef Nachos

The final nachos on the list can be found at the popular T-REX table service restaurant in the Marketplace area of Disney Springs. T-REX brings Guests back to prehistoric times to dine for lunch and dinner amongst exotic vegetation and larger-than-life dinosaur animatronics on an extensive menu of American cuisine with dinosaur-inspired names.

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The Colosso Beef Nachos are one of the appetizer options at T-REX and are a fairly straightforward take on the dish with tortilla chips topped with beef, Monterey jack, cheddar, clack beans, pico de gallo, chives, and sour cream. With just the right amount of toppings and beef, this hearty appetizer is a great way to begin any meal at T-REX in Disney Springs!

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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.