On this page, you will find an alphabetical list of all restaurants on Walt Disney World Resort property. The information and links found here are designed to not only help you decide where to eat but also what to eat while on vacation. To many, perusing the menus and pondering possible dining spots is part of the fun when planning a Walt Disney World trip. And, as most know, it is important to have all of your ducks in a row when it comes time to book advance dining reservations. By using the links below, you will be taken to pages that describe the restaurants, the menus and some even include pictures of the food items served!
We have broken the restaurants down into locations, dining category (Character Dining, Quick-Service, Table Service, or Signature Dining) experiences on separate links on our site. This is a quick reference for any particular restaurant you may be looking for. Should you be looking for a particular type of dining in a specific location, you may want to use the links mentioned above. If you still cannot find what you are looking for, please feel free to email your questions to Caroline@magicaldistractions.com.
As you will quickly see, Walt Disney World restaurants offer almost everything under the sun when it comes to food and drink. Guests can fill up on corn dog nuggets from Casey’s Corner, sip on a LeFou’s Brew from Gaston’s Tavern and even dine on signature dishes like cedar plank salmon at Artist Point.
For those wanting to dine with the characters, be sure to read our information on Akershus, 1900 Park Fare and Tusker House which are just three of the character dining restaurants. Have a large group with varying tastes? Walt Disney World offers buffets at many restaurants including The Crystal Palace, Chef Mickey’s and Biergarten, just to name a few. Want to sample something more “exotic”? Try Boma or Sanaa, both at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, or Skipper Canteen in the Magic Kingdom park.
Disney really has thought about everyone’s tastes and style of eating. So, whether you are looking for something that you can grab and go, sit down for a brief respite or five star service, Walt Disney World really does have it all.
Due to frequent changes at Walt Disney World, this site is a constant work in progress. As a result, you may find that some of the restaurant links take you directly to the Walt Disney World website. This is just temporary as we update the new information. Most of the links, however, direct you to our own detailed restaurant pages. As I said, we are constantly updating so you’ll want to check back here frequently as we add new information and pictures on a frequent basis.
DIStracted Tip: Our writers often write about their experiences at Walt Disney World Resort restaurants and some of our restaurant pages have links to those articles. In addition to those links, you may find other articles by using the search function on our home page.
AMC Disney Springs 24 Dine-In Theater; Phone: (407) 827-1308
Bongos Cuban Cafe’; Phone: (407) 828-0999
Crossroads at House of Blues; Phone: (407) 934-2583
Fulton’s Crab House; Phone (407) 934-2628
Garden Grove; Phone (407) 934-1618
Il Mulino; Phone (407) 934-1199
Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas; Phone: (407) 934-3700
Planet Hollywood; Phone: (407) 827-7827
Portobello Country Italian Trattoria; Phone: (407) 934-8888
Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant; Phone: (407) 938-0300
Rainforest Cafe at Disney’s Animal Kingdom; Phone: (407) 938-9100
Rainforest Cafe at Downtown Disney Marketplace; Phone: (407) 827-8500
Shula’s Steak House; Phone (407) 934-1362
T-REX; Phone: (407) 828-8739
Todd English’s blue zoo; Phone (407) 934-1111
Tutto Italia Ristorante; Phone: (407) 560-8040
Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria; Phone: (407) 560-8050
Wolfgang Puck Express @ Downtown Disney Marketplace; Phone: (407) 828-0107
Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe; Phone: (407) 938-9653
Yak & Yeti Restaurant; Phone: (407) 824-9384