Don’t leave Disney World without trying these outrageously delicious Disney World food and drinks.
Whether if you’re going to all four incredible parks and Disney Springs or any of the Disney Resorts and Boardwalk, you’ll be sure to find something tasty to eat and satisfying drink.
Your tastebuds will not be disappointed.
Disney World Food Bucket List
Here are 101 of the best food and drinks that you must experience at least once during your trip to Disney World.
And to make things a little easier, everything is separated by location (Park, Resorts, and Other Disney Locations)
- Magic Kingdom
- Hollywood Studios
- Animal Kingdom
- Resorts and Campgrounds
- Disney’s Boardwalk
- Disney Springs
Just make sure you bookmark this page because new additions will be added whenever something new and delicious is discovered.
Plus, to stay on track of this ever growing list of mouthwatering Disney eats and drinks, be sure to follow me on Instagram!
So, let’s get down to business! (…to defeat the huns)
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for Magic Kingdom:
Dole Whip Float
Can’t beat the classic. Fresh pineapple juice topped with creamy pineapple ice cream. Perfection. (Aloha Isle)
Cheeseburger Springs Rolls
Cheeseburger filled spring rolls with a delicious dipping sauce. (Spring Rolls Cart)
Mickey Red Velvet Cake Pop
A red velvet cake pop covered with milk chocolate and topped with 2 marshmallow Mickey ears. (Main Street Confectionary)
Orange ice cream swirled with vanilla which tastes just like a creamsicle. (Sunshine Tree Terrace)
Strawberry Cream Cheese Cupcake
Vanilla cupcake topped with strawberry cream cheese icing. (Be Our Guest)
I Lava You Float
Orange Dole Whip, Strawberry Fanta soda and popping rocks. (Be Our Guest)
Fresh Fruit and Nutella Waffle Sandwich
Freshly made waffle topped with fruit and Nutella. (Sleepy Hollow)
The Master’s Cupcake
Chocolate cupcake topped with “Grey Stuff” icing. It’s delicious…don’t believe me….ask the dishes. (Be Our Guest)
Peter Pan Float
Lime ice cream and Sprite topped with a candy Peter Pan feather. (Storybook Treats)
French Onion Soup
French onion soup topped with gruyere cheese. Mmm. (Be Our Guest)
Frozen apple slushy infused with a toasted marshmallow flavoring and topped with a passion fruit foam. Still doesn’t have anything on Butterbeer though. (Gaston’s Tavern)
Warm Cinnamon Roll
Huge, warm, and cinnamon-y. (Gaston’s Tavern)
Churro Ice Cream Sandwich
When you catch it just right, the cinnamon churro and vanilla ice cream are just perfect. (Sleepy Hollow Inn)
Ooey Gooey Toffee Cake
Warm vanilla cake filled with gooey toffee, drizzled with chocolate and caramel, topped with vanilla ice cream, and dusted with candy sprinkles. (Liberty Tree Tavern)
Sweet and Spicy Chicken and Waffle Sandwich
Sweet and spicy fried chicken topped with a special veggie mix, all wrapped in a freshly made waffle. INCREDIBLE. (Sleepy Hollow)
You can never go wrong with a warm chewy stick covered with cinnamon sugar. But to be honest, the churro experience is much better at Disneyland. (Churro Cart, Frontierland)
Mickey’s Ice Cream Bar
I swear the chocolate or ice cream takes this bar to the next level. It’s not just some generic overpriced ice cream covered in milk chocolate. (Ice cream carts through the park)
“Taste’s Like Chicken” Because It Is
Asian influenced chicken. (Jungle Skipper Canteen)
Giant Mickey Chocolate Chip Cookie
Giant chocolate chip cookie dipped in milk chocolate. (Big Top Treats)
Corn Dog Nuggets
I’ll take these over hot dogs any day. (Casey’s Corner)
The “Plaza’ Ice Cream Sundae
Your choice of ice cream topped with hot fudge, whipped cream and cherry, all placed in a freshly made waffle bowl. (Plaza Ice Cream Parlor)
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Warm pineapple upside down cake topped with Dole Whip. (Aloha Isle)
Loaded Buffalo Tater Tots
Tater tots smothered in hot sauce and buffalo chicken. (Friar’s Nook)
Adventure is Out There Cone
Mango ice cream in a blue cone topped with candy balloons. (Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies)
Cheshire Cat Tail
A warm chocolate danish twist topped with icing. (Cheshire Cafe)
Vanilla ice cream topped with strawberry topping. (Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies)
Minute Maid raspberry lemonade with grape sold and a candy coated straw. (Cheshire Cafe)
Cookies and Cream Fudge
Better than chocolate fudge. (Main Street Confectionary)
Tropical Serenade Float
A float made with pineapple orange guava juice, coconut soft serve ice cream, and a pineapple upside-down cake pop.
Although this is seasonal, these fries are topped with cheese sauce and hot Cheetos dust. (Cosmic Rays)
The perfect snack to bring back to the hotel room. A fresh apple covered in caramel and either milk or white chocolate, sometimes topped with candy and M&M’s.
Starbucks Strawberry Refresher with Coconut Milk
Basic. (Main Street Starbucks)
For more information about the best foods, drinks, and restaurants at Magic Kingdom, check out our in-depth guide.
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for Epcot:
A thick and fluffy waffle filled with caramelized sugar chunks throughout, topped with strawberries, whipped cream, and a chocolate drizzle.
A popular frozen margarita blended with fresh avocado, tromba blanco tequila, melon liqueur, and fresh lime juice, served with a hibiscus salt rim.
A scoop of handmade ice cream (choose any flavor), topped with a caramel, chocolate, or raspberry sauced, pressed warm inside a homemade brioche. This is such a delicious dessert that’s finally getting some well-deserved love and attention.
Pretzel Bread Pudding
A warm bread pudding filled with chunks of pretzel and is generously covered in caramel and vanilla sauces. (Sommerfest)
You can never go wrong with Italian gelato. (La Gelateria Toscana)
The steak and “Japanese ranch” from Teppan Edo is the epitome of hibachi perfection. (Teppan Edo)
Ice Cream Martini
French ice cream served in a martini glass topped with Grand Marnier. (L’Artisan de Glaces)
Strawberry Oolong Tea Smoothie
A sweet Chinese concoction. (Joy of Tea)
Prosciutto e Melone
Brick oven pizza topped with prosciutto and cantaloupe. Unique combination but actually kind of good. (Via Napoli)
Cayenne Pepper Chips
Great chips to snack on while enjoying a German beer. (Sommerfest)
Fried risotto balls filled with meat. I love it! (Via Napoli)
Walnut and Pistachio Baklava
If you’ve never had baklava before in your life, this is a good place to start. (Tangierine Cafe)
Loaded nachos topped with beef, sour cream, guacamole, cheese, and jalapeños. And to be honest, these aren’t the best nachos ever but if you’re ever in the mood for nachos at WDW, this is a solid choice. (La Cantina de San Angel).
Italian Cookies and Creme Gelato Cookie Sandwich
This combination is just pure perfection. (Tutto Italia Snack Stand)
Macaron Ice Cream Sandwich
How do you make a delicious macaron even better? Add ice cream! (L’Artisan de Glaces)
Classic. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Chocolate Covered Sea Salt Caramel
So much caramel. (Karamell Kuche)
One of the most hyped French pastries at Epcot. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Vanilla, caramel, or swirl soft served ice cream drizzled in caramel sauces, topped with two churros, and red, green, and white sprinkles. (La Cantina de San Angel)
Raspberry filled macaron with lime creme. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Tarte au Fraises
Best dessert at EPCOT. Hands down. If there’s one thing you get at Epcot, it needs to be this. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
It’s like as if a croissant and a doughnut had a baby. (Refreshment Port)
Tarte au Citron
If you like lemon and citrus zesty dessert, this is calling you name. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Overrated, but still good. (Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe)
Veggies and tequila so you know it’s healthy. (La Cava del Tequila)
Loaded Burnt End Fries
Seasoned french fries topped with burnt ends, mac and cheese, and two beer-battered onion rings. (Regal Eagle Smokehouse)
Caramel Pecan Bar
Soft shortbread cookie topped with thick and chewy caramel. This dessert needs more love. (Karamell Kuche)
Wood-Fired Authentic Napolenta
If you prefer your pizzas hand made, then eat here! (Via Napoli)
Caramel Chocolate Covered S’mores
A recent discovery that’s got me addicted. (Karamell Kuche)
Japanese shaved ice topped with condensed milk. (Kabuki Cafe)
This caramel popcorn has a distinct chewiness to it that’s so addicting. Plus you can watch them make these daily which is pretty cool when you’re waiting in line for your German goodies. (Karamell Kuche)
Vanilla Soft Serve
I swear this vanilla ice cream tastes better in Epcot’s France than it does anywhere else. (Crepes de Les Chefs de France)
Spicy and salty popcorn creation that’s quite addicting. (Gourmet Popcorn Cart)
Short Cake with Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream
I don’t know if it’s the shortcake or the vanilla bean whipped cream, but this is almost too good. (Garden Grill, Epcot)
Churros with Caramel Dipping Sauce
This is basically a secret dessert that no one even knows about. (La Cantina de San Angel)
Macaron Box Set
Beautifully crafted color macarons. And oh yeah, they taste great too! (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Unlike the other caramel apples you find across Disney property, these are covered in Werther’s Caramel. (Karamell Kuche)
I don’t care what anyone says but man these are addicting. (Lotus Blossom Cafe)
Salted Caramel Brownie
Chewy brownie with drizzled salted caramel. (Karamell Kuche)
Caramel Ginger Ice Cream
Caramel ice cream with a bite of ginger. (Lotus Blossom Cafe)
Caramel Apple Oatmeal Cookie
Redefines oatmeal cookies. (Karamell Kuche)
Wash down your Italian lunch with this Italian take on sangria. (Via Napoli)
Huge sweet and brittle cookie dipped in chocolate. One of my new favorites. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Caramel Filled Chocolate Cookie
Chocolate cookie + caramel = genius. (Karamell Kuche)
If you like baked mac and cheese, this is all you. (Sommerfest)
Chicken Cutlet Curry
Rice, curry, and chicken cutlet. I can eat this every day. (Katsura Grill)
Yorkshire Fish and Chips
Two freshly made crispy fish cutlets served with thick cut fries. A great quick service restaurant option. (Yorkshire County Fish Shop)
Something about these thick fries makes them taste really good. (Yorkshire County Fish Shop)
Butter and Sugar Crepe
Buttery, warm, and delicious. Get it topped with soft serve ice cream for an even better experience! (Crepes A Emporter at La Creperie de Paris)
Tacos de Pollo
This ain’t your Taco Bell tacos. (La Cantina de San Angel)
How do you make Nutella taste better? Stuff it in a beignet. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Norwegian pasty stuffed with a sweet cream and lightly dusted with sugar. (Kringla Bakeri og Kafe)
Pairs nicely with a German beer. (Germany Pretzel Cart)
Wild Passionfruit Margarita
The rim is quite spicy. ( La Cava del Tequila)
The smell is gonna stop you in your tracks. (Popcorn in Canada Cart)
Funnel Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream
Freshly made, dusted with powdered sugar, and topped with a slab of vanilla ice cream. (Funnel Cake Cart)
Quite possibly the most popular beer at Epcot…or even Disney World itself. It’s the best. (Sommerfest)
Tarte au Chocolat
Tart filed with caramel and chocolate. A nice chocolatey dessert option at Epcot. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Harvest Feast Dinner
One of the coolest dining experiences at Epcot because some of the foods including the fish and veggies are harvested in Epcot’s greenhouse featured in Living With the Land, the restaurant revolves 360 degrees, and you can dine with Mickey, Pluto, and Chip and Dale. And oh yeah the food is really good – and all you can eat! (Garden Grill)
Brioche Ice Cream Sandwich
It’s like a panini with ice cream inside! (L’Artisan de Glaces)
Mousse au Chocolat
If you love coffee-flavored desserts, then you’ll enjoy this. (Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie)
Kringla Sweet Pretzel with Chocolate
A sweet and tasty pretzel option that you won’t find elsewhere in Disney World. (
German bratwurst stuffed in a chewy roll topped with sauerkraut. Add mustard and it’s a great lunch option. Be sure to wash down with Schofferhofer. (Sommerfest)
For more information about the best foods, drinks, and restaurants at EPCOT, check out our in-depth guide.
The American Dream
Frozen Fanta Strawberry, vanilla ice cream, and Frozen Fanta Blue Raspberry slushy. (Fife and Drum Tavern)
Gingerbread Salted Caramel Buttercream Cookie Sandwich
It’s insanely good. Unfortunately, it’s only served during the Holidays. However, they’ve recently released it as early as October so keep your eyes peeled! (Karamell Kuche)
Frozen Viking Coffee
A frozen coffee drink made with coffee-chocolate sauce and garnished with a coffee-chocolate crunch. (Kringla Bakeri og Kafe)
Frozen Fiesta Margarita
A combination of strawberry, classic lime, and mango loco frozen margaritas. (Choza de Margarita)
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for Hollywood Studios:
Jack Jack Num Num Cookie
A huge, warm, chocolate chip cookie that’s big enough to share. (You can find this right before the entrance of Toy Story Land)
Carrot Cake Cookie
Thick cream cheese icing sandwiched between two soft and moist carrot cake cookies. The pic is outdated but the taste is the same. This almost gives the warm carrot cake during Food and Wine a run for its money. (Trolley Car Cafe aka Starbucks)
Lemon-Blueberry Lunch Box Tart
A tart filled with lemon filling and topped with blueberry frosting. (Woody’s Lunch Box)
Aunt Liz’s Fried Chicken
This chicken is so darn good. (50’s Prime Time Cafe)
Roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and tangy slaw raped in a pita bread. (Ronto Roasters)
Raspberry pina colada for the win. Seasonal but delicious. (Anaheim Produce)
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich
Two soft fresh baked cookies stuffed with your choice of hand-scooped ice cream. (Hollywood Scoops)
Peanut Butter and Jelly Milkshake
A peanut butter milkshake with a sweet jelly finish. (Tune In Lounge)
Pair this with a cheese dipping sauce and you have the perfect snack. (Anaheim Produce)
Red Velvet Cupcake
No description necessary. (Starring Rolls Cafe)
Wheezy’s Breezy Freezy
Cool down on a hot and hum Orlando summer day with this tasty slurp. And it’s gluten free! (Hey Howdy Hey Takeaway Wagon)
A Sampling of Mom’s Favorite Recipes
Fried chicken, pot roast and meat loaf with all the fixings.
Get it from 50’s Prime Time Cafe.
Blue Milk (or Green Milk)
If you’re a Star Wars fan then it’s required to drink this at least once in your life. (Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge).
Sweet and Spicy Popcorn
It’s like a unique twist on kettle corn, with a little bit of spice. (Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge)
Better than a Mickey Pretzel. There, I said it. Warm, massive, and delicious served with spicy mustard and beer cheese. (BaseLine Tap House)
Cold Brew Black Caf
Joffrey’s cold brew topped with sweet cream cheese and chocolate puffs. You can also get it spiked with Godiva chocolate liqueur. (Kat Saka’s Kettle)
One of my favorite savory “snacks” made with tater tots, beef and bean chili, shredded cheese, signature queso, tomatoes and corn chips. (Woody’s Lunchbox)
Blue Raspberry Slushee
Cool and refreshing. (Anaheim Produce)
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for Animal Kingdom:
Layers of desert pear and apple limeade topped with passion fruit boba balls. (Pongu Pongu)
Warm, slightly crunchy churros paired with a vanilla and chili-strawberry dipping sauce. (Nomad Lounge)
Plant-Based Hot link Smokehouse Sandwich
This plant-based sausage paired with a tangy mustard barbecue sauce is shockingly so good. (Flame Tree Barbecue).
Lobster Mac and Cheese
I believe this will soon become a cult-favorite. Creamy, delicious, and just jam packed with lobster pieces throughout. (Nomad Lounge).
Curried Sausage Corn Dog
Pork and beef sausage covered with a lightly sweet curried batter. Unique. Very unique.
Best dessert at Animal Kingdom.
Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich
Pure happiness. (Tamu Tamu Refreshments)
Baked Mac and Cheese with Shrimp and Chili Sauce
A hidden gem that’s so dang cheesy. (Eight Spoon Cafe)
Grilled Corn on the Cob
I swear you can’t walk towards Kilimanjaro Safaris and not see someone eating one these. I recommend you try it with the African spices if you like the taste of curry or you can always get it plain or dipped in butter. (Harambe Fruit Market)
Ahi Tuna Nachos
Key words: ahi tuna….nachos. YES PLEASE. (Yak and Yeti)
Pineapple cream cheese spring rolls. Sounds weird but it’s so good! (Pongu Pongu)
Korean BBQ Ribs
When I think about the best ribs in Disney World, these are probably #2 behind the Asian ribs at Morimoto Asia. (Yak and Yeti)
Malva Cake Sundae
And interesting tasting cake that’s moist, warm, and perfect when topped with ice cream and caramel. (Tamu Tamu Refreshments)
Ribs and Chicken Combo
I guarantee you’ll smell these before you even see the restaurant. (Flame Tree Barbecue)
Cheeseburger Steamed Pod
Steamed cheeseburger pod stuffed with ground beef, ketchup, mustard, pickle, and cheddar cheese. (Satu’li Canteen)
Roasted Cinnamon Sugar Pecans
Nothing like warm, sweet pecans. Mmm. (Africa)
Swirl Ice Cream
Cool down after that scary encounter with the Yeti. (Anandapur Ice Cream)
Sure you can find this pizza throughout Disney property but this is one of the few places to escape the heat at Animal Kingdom. (Pizzafari)
Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Sandwich
Strawberry ice cream served between sugar cookies, rolled in strawberry and vanilla cake crumbs. (Dino-Bites)
Mr Kamal’s Fries
Fresh, seasoned to order fires topped with delicious seasoning, paired with honey kimchi ketchup and tandoori honey mustard. (Mr Kamal’s)
Grilled Beef and Chicken Bowl
This is honestly a real solid option. Plus I love that you get to essentially build your bowl when ordering, just like Chipotle. I recommend you try it with noodles or rice. (Satu’li Canteen)
Resorts and Campgrounds
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for all the Disney Resorts and Campgrounds:
‘Ohana Pineapple Bread Pudding
Get personal sized portions of that famous ‘Ohana Bread Pudding at Tambu Lounge. Skip dinner and go straight to dessert! (Tambu Lounge, Polynesian Resort)
I know what you’re thinking… “another Dole Whip?” But this one is different. This one comes swirled with vanilla ice cream! A perfect compliment to each other. (Pineapple Lanai, Polynesian Resort)
Toast filled with bananas covered with cinnamon sugar and served with a strawberry puree sauce. (Kona Cafe, Polynesian)
Oregon Pinot Grigio Fondue
Pretzels, fruits, and fondue. (Territory Lounge, Wilderness Lodge)
No Way Jose
3 word – warm peanut butter. (Beaches and Cream, Beach Club Resort)
Topolino’s Terrace Rigatoni
A fan-favorite pasta dish made with handmade rigatoni pasta, braised chicken, wild mushroom, and parmigiano-reggiano. (Topolino’s Terrace, Disney’s Riviera Resort)
Reminds me of anything Elvis style. Vanilla cupcake filled with diced banana and topped with a peanut butter icing.
Every flavor of ice cream topped with cake, brownies, cookies, and a whole can of whip cream. “A whole can?” YES a whole can. (Beaches and Cream, Beach Club Resort)
Artist Point Cobbler
A fresh berry cobbler topped with wild berry sorbet. (Territory Lounge, Wilderness Lodge)
Poached eggs with hollandaise served over smoked pulled pork hash. I personally order this and Tonga Toast. So good. (Kona Cafe, Polynesian Resort)
Surf and Turf Burger
Angus burger topped with lobster. Best burger in Disney World, hands down.
Haystack Fries with Roasted Garlic Aioli
Perfect bar food. (Territory Lounge, Wilderness Lodge)
Freshly made beignets topped with powdered sugar. Almost as good as the Mickey beignets from the Mint Julep Bar in Disneyland. (Sassagoula Flatworks, Port Orleans French Quarter)
Pork Dumplings Tossed in Garlic Ginger Sauce
People go to ‘Ohana for the endless meat and dessert. I go for these. (‘Ohana, Polynesian Resort)
Any breakfast food that’s shaped like Mickey Mouse is automatically 100% better. (Captain’s Grille, Yacht Club Resort)
Leblon cachaca, cream of coconut, pineapple, cinnamon, and fresh lime juice. Tastes like a margarita with a lot of citrus flavor throughout.
‘Ohana Teriyaki Noodles
These noodles are insanely delicious. (‘Ohana, Polynesian Resort)
All You Can Eat Ribs, Fried Chicken, and Brisket
All you can eat beef brisket, fried chicken, banana pudding, cornbread, mac and cheese, AND barbecue ribs? You betcha. Best bargain buffet at Disney World. (Trail’s End, Fort Wilderness)
Pineapple Coconut Bread
The best way to start off your ‘Ohana dining experience. (‘Ohana, Polynesian Resort)
Bottomless Caramel Milkshakes
Drink until you can’t drink no more. (Whispering Canyon Cafe, Wilderness Lodge)
Spicy Grilled Peel N Eat Shrimp
Best shrimp I’ve ever had. (‘Ohana, Polynesian Resort)
Rice, egg, cheeseburger, and gravy. A Hawaiian classic. (Kona Cafe)
Boston Creme Pie Cupcake
Vanilla cupcake filled with Boston Creme. (Contempo Cafe, Contemporary Resort)
Pan Asian Noodles
Spicy and delicious. (Kona Cafe)
For more information about the best foods, drinks, and restaurants at all Disney Resorts, check out our in-depth guide.
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for Disney’s Boardwalk:
Ooey Gooey Buttercake Ice Cream
This ice cream is dangerously good especially since its packed with buttered cake. (Ample Hills)
Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcake
Vanilla cupcake filled with jelly topped with a peanut butter ice cream. It’s so good! (Boardwalk Bakery)
Peanut Butter Banana and Candied Bacon Pie
Interesting. Really interesting. (Boardwalk Bakery)
Brownie topped with cheesecake. You’re kidding right. (Boardwalk Bakery)
For more information about the best foods, drinks, and restaurants at Disney’s Boardwalk, check out our in-depth guide.
Here are the best foods and drinks to add to your bucket list for Disney Springs:
Cult-favorite cookie that’s widely considered as the best cookie place in Florida. (Gideon’s Bakehouse)
Salt and Straw Ice Cream
Handmade ice cream in wildly unique flavors. Try the Olive Oil flavored ice cream. It’s so weird, yet so good. (Salt & Straw)
Probably the best quick service pizza you’ll find in all Disney World. (Blaze)
Everyone sleeps on this pizza and is so underrated, but it’s honestly a great quick service pizza spot. (Pizza Ponte)
The sushi from Morimoto is by far some of the best in Orlando. If there’s one thing that separates this place from any other sushi place in the area, it’s the fact that they have access to some of the rarest, most delicious Japanese fish available. (Morimoto’s Asia)
Massive, soft, delicious donuts served in some unique, yet tasty flavors. (Everglazed Donuts and Cold Brew)
Hand Crafted Chocolate From the Ganachery
Disney’s own Ganachery dishes out incredible hand crafted chocolates with unique flavor combinations to satisfy your palette. (Ganachery)
Go with the classic. It’s the best. (The Daily Poutine)
El Diablo Burger
Chorizo and signature blend burger topped with fried banana peppers, pepper jack cheese, lettuce, tomato, and chipotle mayo. (D-Luxe Burger)
Salted Caramel Brownie Sundae
Ice cream, fudge brownies, fudge, AND salted caramel. Yum. (Ghirardelli)
Steamed goodness. (Morimoto Asia)
Cookie Dough Ice Cream with Chocolate Dipped Waffle Cone
Best deal ever. Huge scoops of chunky cookie dough ice cream served in a chocolate dipped waffle cone. Definitely one of the best cheap eats for under $5. (Ghirardelli)
Typically ramen with shredded duck. (Morimoto Asia)
Cupcake and homemade ice cream. Pure perfection. (Sprinkles)
Morimoto Spare Ribs
These ribs literally fall off the bone. You will literally take one bite and put another order in. (Morimoto Asia)
49th and Broadway
New York style cheesecake that’s so smooth that you’ll be awe. (Amorette’s Patisserie)
Well seasoned, tender skirt steak served with fries. By far one of my favorite lunch options at Disney Springs. (Wine Bar George)
Well seasoned, tender skirt steak served with fries. By far one of my favorite lunch options at Disney Springs. (Wine Bar George)
Hummus Small Plate
I’m not a huge fan of hummus but this one is just on a whole different level. Be sure to ask for extra bread! (Wine Bar George)
Sunset on Mile Marker 0
Key lime tart. (Amorette’s Patisserie)
Chicken Tenders and Mac and Cheese
Delicious chicken tenders along with creamy mac and cheese. And let’s not forget about the 20+ dipping sauce options. (Chicken Guy)
Southern Classic Burger
Homemade patty topped with pimento cheese, bacon, and a fried green tomato. (D-LUXE Burger)
Pineapple banana cake topped with cream cheese frosting and paired with a hefty scoop of vanilla ice cream. (Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Kitchen)
Ger’s Bread and Butter Pudding
Second best bread pudding at Disney. (Ragland Road)
Fried Chicken and Mac Cheese
The mac and cheese steals the show to be honest. (Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming Kitchen)
Gluten free chocolate chiffon cake and chocolate crumble topped with a gold flake. (Amorette’s Patisserie)
Around the World Tray
This Coke Sampler let’s you experience 16 sparkling and still beverages from around the world. Plus, you can even get them in mini ice cream floats. (Coca-Cola Store)
…so much more especially with the new additions of Disney Springs!
For more information about the best foods, drinks, and restaurants at Disney Springs, check out our in-depth guide.
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The deep fried burger at Cookes of Dublin at Disney springs has to go on this list. I’ve never had anything else like it!!
I believe the bottomless milkshakes are at the Whispering Canyon Restaurant, not the Roaring Fork Cafe, which is a quick service. Same resort, different restaurant, and important because the Whispering Canyon usually needs a reservation.
Love this !
Vegetarian here: try the veggie chili at Columbia Harbor House! Chili in the summer? YES!
Also- the veggie Shepard’s Pie at Rose & Crown is wonderful!
Leah @ The Frugal South
I definitely should NOT have read this while hungry! I saw some old favorites and have lots of ideas for our next trip. How have I missed the Grapefruit beer in Germany all these years!?!
hey! just to let you know… it’s spelled macarons. awesome article!
Awesome recipes are great .
The golden oak outpost only carries chicken bites and waffle fries. We looked for them today and they no longer carry them. 😞
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I know the Jalapeno Pretzels are gone! So sad! Besides the pretzel, the brat from Sommerfest and the Butterfinger cupcake, I’ve never tried the rest. Even if some of these are no longer, I have a lot of catching up to do.
OMG I now have found my purpose in this world, checking off every one of these items!
The Boat House in Disney Springs has an AMAZING gluten free brownie that is served with whipped cream and raspberry sauce.
Hi this is a great list! Best one I have seen! Do have a question, are all these snacks covered by the dining plan?
There are so many amazing Disney World snacks. But I keep finding myself going back to the Citrus Swirl at the Magic Kingdom. If you ever do a Disney Cruise the free soft serve on the Disney cruise ship is pretty refreshing too.
Where do you get the surf and turf burger?
You MUST try the Micky Mousse cake from Amorette’s Pattiserie! It is to die for! I bought one that was decorated to look like a Micky pumpkin. It sat in the resort’s mini-fridge for 3 days because it was so adorable, I couldn’t bring myself to cut it. But I realized that if I never ate it, I’d have to throw it out, which I didn’t want to do of course. I was so surprised when I ate a slice of it. It was 3 days old but tasted like it had just been made that day. SO moist and tender! I get one every time we visit Disney now!
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This article is helping me so much along with your blog. I am planning my trip for the next two years ahead and this really narrows down what I do and don’t want. Thank you so much!
I swear, if I ever go to disney, I’ll go home 2 pant sizes bigger