Even though they’re not on the Disney Dining Plan, these unique locations and contemporary cuisines should not be overlooked during your next visit to Walt Disney World. Located in the Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resorts, these dining spots are within walking distance to Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios as well as Disney’s Boardwalk.
bluezoo is an award-winning restaurant by celebrity chef Todd English. Offering an innovative menu of fresh seafood in unique presentations, this chic location is perfect for your special occasions.
Cabana Bar and Beach Club is conveniently located near the pool. Appetizers, salads and flatbreads are served in a South Beach chic setting. Enjoy your light fare outdoors on a warm evening!
The Fountain is the place to stroll in for comfort food in a diner-like setting. The menu includes a peanut butter and jelly milkshake served from the (real) ice-cream counter.
Fresh Mediterranean Market has a light, airy decor with colorful tiles. The menu features fresh ingredients combined with flavors from a variety of Mediterranean countries. At breakfast, there is a made-to-order omelet station. Tables offer pleasant outdoor views.
Fuel is a grab-and-go market, but it boasts a bit more than your typical snacks and sandwiches. A specialty coffee and espresso bar and a DIY Frozen Yogurt station are among the offerings that elevate Fuel from your typical grab-and-go
Picabu Buffeteria is open 24-hours, and the colorful decor of the animated character, Picabu, will help keep you awake during a late-night stop! This quick-service restaurant has a variety of food stations serving cafeteria type food along with unique items such as beef chimichangas.
Phins is the striking lobby bar in the newly renovated lobby of the Dolphin. Enjoy craft beers, wine (including on tap options), specialty cocktails and globally-inspired appetizers in this stunning space
Shula’s Steak House emphasizes indulgence with large portions and generous custom center cuts of steak. Shula’s memorabilia is tastefully displayed amidst the cherry wood decor.
Garden Grove Cafe serves American fare for breakfast and lunch in an indoor, park-like setting centered around a 25-foot Oak tree. At dinner, there are themed buffet menus including Mediterranean Night. Characters entertain nightly as well as on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Il Mulino New York Trattoria was inspired by the original New York City location which has been voted #1 Italian restaurant for two decades by Zagat. In addition to the delicious menu, on Friday and Saturday evenings you’ll be entertained by live music.
Kimonos Sushi Bar is creatively decorated with colorful kimonos in this authentic Japanese sushi bar. Voted Orlando’s best sushi by the Orlando Sentinel, Kimonos also serves up fun with nightly karaoke.