The Boardwalk Inn and Villas transports visitors back to the 1940s in a whimsical East Coast-style boardwalk atmosphere. From an upscale restaurant to a brew pub and plenty of grab-and-stroll options, the Boardwalk is popular for late-night dining.
Ample Hills Creamery is serving up some of the ice cream flavors that made it famous in its original New York City location, in addition to one flavor exclusively made for Disney World.
Belle Vue Lounge is a charming bar found within the BoardWalk Inn, where guests can enjoy a beverage while listening to radio shows from the 1930s and 40s, and maybe even play a board game or two.
The Boardwalk Bakery beckons seaside strollers to step inside and sample the assorted sweet treats. Grab a pastry fresh from the oven! For sustenance, this location serves light breakfast and lunch items.
Boardwalk Pizza Window offers pizza by the slice or whole pie. Dining is outdoors on the boardwalk overlooking Crescent Lake.
BoardWalk Joe’s serves up a variety of margaritas to thirsty passersby!
BoardWalk To Go features all sorts of fried boardwalk eats! We’ve seen everything from Fried Ravioli to Fried Mac and Cheese Bites on the menu, along with classics like Chili Cheese Fries and Footlong Hot Dogs.
ESPN Club has 100 video monitors playing sports from around the world. While in WDW, your sports fan should head here to watch the big game. The menu is standard bar food including chicken wings.
Flying Fish Cafe boasts a show kitchen that skillfully prepares delectable seafood dishes. The restaurant is vibrant with whimsical decor. (Please note that the Flying Fish closed on February 1. It will reopen later in 2016 after a major refurbishment, resulting in a new look and new menu items — along with some tried and true favorites — for the restaurant.)
Leaping Horse Libations is a carousel-themed bar serving guests at the Luna Park Pool.
Trattoria al Forno serves regional Italian specialties with classic preparations alongside a 100% Italian wine list.