Top 10 Mind Blowing Quick Service Dining Experiences at Walt Disney World

Quick service dining at Walt Disney World does not mean that you’ll have to eat only pizza, burgers, or chicken while on vacation. Of course, if you want pizza, burgers or chicken, you’ll find plenty of delicious options. Here are ten mind blowing quick service dining experiences at Walt Disney World. Feel free to add your favorite in the comments below.

10. Everything POP Shopping & Dining

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Everything POP is a fun food court, with bright colors, geometric shapes, and a decent menu. The reason that Everything POP makes this list is because of one famous dessert. This is where you can find the Tie-dyed Cheesecake. Colorful cheesecake rests on top of a red velvet cake crust. You will want to take pictures of this whimsical dessert. Tie-dyed Cheesecake is as colorful as it is delicious, and it’s a Walt Disney World dessert classic.

9. PizzeRizzo

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

With the announcement of a Toy Story Land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, it wasn’t all that surprising that Pizza Planet closed. A new restaurant has taken its place, and it is a lot of fun for Muppet fans. PizzeRizzo is “run” by Rizzo the Rat. The decor is a lot of fun, with caricatures of Muppets, fake memorabilia, and plenty of puns. There’s even a nod to the former restaurant on the sign outside of the building. There is lots of indoor and outdoor seating. The menu is similar to the restaurant’s predecessor, and features mostly personal sized pizza. PizzeRizzo might not be the most elegant restaurant at Walt Disney World, but it’s fast, filling, and whimsical.

8. Casey’s Corner

Magic Kingdom

Sometimes simple is better when it comes to quick service dining, and simple is a great way to describe the menu at Casey’s Corner. You’ll find hot dogs and ballpark classics. The feeling that you will get if you dine at Casey’s Corner will bring back bygone days, when baseball wasn’t about salaries or free agency, it was about the love of the game. Check your Times Guide to see when Jim will be playing his piano outside. Close your eyes while he plays, and you might forget that you’re at the world’s most popular theme park for a moment.

7. D-Luxe Burger

Disney Springs

If you want what could be the best burger at Walt Disney World, you’ll need to stop by D-Luxe Burger. There are several different types to choose from, and they are all unique. It’s not just the burgers that will blow your mind at D-Luxe Burger, you need to try the fries! They are fresh cut, and come with your choice of dipping sauces. The sauces alone are worth the trip.

6. Sunshine Seasons


If you don’t think that quick service and fresh go together, you haven’t been to Sunshine Seasons. Located in The Land pavilion, you will choose from Asian Noodles Shop, Sandwiches Shop, Grill Shop, and Soups & Salads Shop. Some of the food that you’ll dine on was grown in the greenhouses that you’ll see on Living with the Land. Don’t forget to stop by the Bakery Shop for a mind blowing dessert.

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5. The Mara

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

The Mara is great if you want to eat in a hurry before heading to the parks. There are plenty of traditional food court choices, such as cheeseburgers and flatbreads. Being at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, The Mara also offers some things you won’t find at other food courts. How about African Stew or Falafel Pita? The Mara is also one of the few places where you can find Zebra Domes, which is enough of a reason to stop by.

4. Sunset Ranch Market

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Sunset Ranch Market isn’t just one quick service restaurant. It is a series of quick service restaurants in one place. You can find pizza, BBQ, salads, burgers, Mickey Pretzels, fresh fruit, ice cream, seasonal offerings, and more. Sunset Ranch Market has plenty of outdoor seating, much of which is covered. Spend time people watching while other guests head towards Tower of Terror or Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster. Just make sure that you eat after you’ve ridden them.

3. Harambe Market

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Harambe Market is similar to Sunset Ranch Market in that there are different choices in one location. Here they have an African Twist. You’ll order from Famous Sausages, Chef Mwanga, or Kituma. Entrees include ribs, chicken, sausages, or a vegetable stack. All three quick service choices feature Warm Malva Spice Cake for dessert. If you’re of age and thirsty, try the Frozen Flamingo at Wanjohi. That’s the stand that features beverages.

2. World Showcase Bakeries


If you have a sweet tooth, what better way to satisfy it than by trying different international pastries? In World Showcase, you can enjoy an Eclair and then try a Troll Horn once you’ve polished it off. Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie in France and Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in Norway are very different, but they both have mind blowing selections.

1. Be Our Guest Restaurant

Magic Kingdom

Arguably the most mind blowing quick service experience at Walt Disney World can be found in New Fantasyland. Be Our Guest Restaurant brings Beauty and the Beast to life. You’ll dine in one of three rooms from the movie. Breakfast and lunch are both quick service, dinner is full service. The restaurant is so popular that it accepts reservations for all three meals, and they are extremely hard to get. Be Our Guest Restaurant also sells beer and wine, it’s the only place where you can buy alcohol at the Magic Kingdom. Order your meal ahead of time or else you’ll wait, even with a reservation.

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.