Disney Springs is Disney World’s entertainment, shopping, and dining district. Formerly known as Downtown Disney, a major renovation of the entire destination has doubled the retail and restaurant options in this bustling area!
Disney Springs is divided into four distinct neighborhoods: Town Center, Marketplace, The Landing, and the West Side. You’ll find everything from chain restaurants and quick-service snacks to elaborate table-service menus, and several restaurants combine dining and entertainment such as live music and spectacular theming.
B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co. is a food kiosk that features artisan sausages.
Dockside Margaritas is the place to grab a margarita (or a local brew or wine, if you prefer) while enjoying a waterfront view.
Earl of Sandwich creates signature sandwiches with custom-made sauce, fresh ingredients and artisan breads. This counter-service establishment also serves breakfast.
Ghirardelli Soda Fountain offers both fantastic ice cream as well as wonderful chocolate options for guests looking to indulge their sweet-tooth.
Rainforest Cafe includes an extensive menu and an interactive rainforest theme. While it is not terribly different from the version outside the Animal Kingdom as well as many other worldwide locations, it can provide a fun dining option in Disney Springs. Guests can also enjoy a limited menu and drinks at the connecting Lava Lounge.
Starbucks at Disney Springs Marketplace serves up the same favorite Starbucks beverages that you enjoy at home. While there are a few snacks and sandwiches available, it is primarily a walk-up window, and the food selection is not as extensive at the Starbucks in Disney Springs West Side.
T-Rex is similar to the Rainforest Cafe, except with a dinosaur theme instead of the rainforest. Like the Rainforest Cafe, it has a large menu as well as an interactive — if somewhat loud — atmosphere.
Wolfgang Puck Express has both West Side and Marketplace locations. This is a very popular location for guests seeking counter-service with a bit more quality.
Starbucks at Disney Springs Marketplace serves up the same favorite Starbucks beverages that you enjoy at home. While there are a few snacks and sandwiches available, it is primarily a walk-up window, and the food selection is not as extensive as its counterpart Starbucks located in Disney Springs West Side.
Raglan Road offers Irish Pub food with live music and a team of Irish Dancers providing entertainment.
The Boathouse is a high-end restaurant with a culinary focus on steaks and seafood. While the food is the star of the show, guests can also enjoy live music and even tour the Village Lake in an Amphicar (for an additional fee).
Paradiso 37 is a fun establishment offering “foods of the Americas” with a focus on small easy to eat portions. Be sure to also check out their tequila bar.
Cookes of Dublin offers a counter-service Irish menu specializing in hand battered selections. With fresh, high-quality ingredients, it’s worth venturing here for a quick service meal.
The Edison features classic American food, craft cocktails, and live entertainment including cabaret and music in an Industrial Gothic setting. After 10:00 PM nightly, adults age 21 and over only are permitted to enter.
Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar, according to story, was once a bootleggers hangout during the dry years of the Prohibition era. This highly themed lounge and restaurant — inspired by Florida’s rum-running history — serves Roman cuisine and craft cocktails.
Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC features a specialty menu consisting of gluten-free, mostly organic, vegan baked goods. Items are also dairy-free, soy-free, refined sugar-free, and egg-free, making it a great destination for guests with special dietary needs.
Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is an Indiana Jones-themed lounge serving specialty cocktails and tapas among walls packed with vintage travel posters and aviation equipment which tell tales of the travels of Indiana Jones and his frequent pilot, Jock Lindsey.
Maria and Enzo’s Ristorante serves a menu inspired by Sicilian cuisine in a gorgeous setting celebrating the Golden Age of Travel.
Morimoto Asia is a waterfront signature restaurant showcasing selections from across the entire continent of Asia. (You may be familiar with Chef Masaharu Morimoto as an Iron Chef.)
Morimoto Asia Street Food is located on the patio of Morimoto Asia, and this walk-up window serves Counter Service versions of some of the Pan-Asian cuisine featured at the Table Service restaurant.
Pizza Ponte serves Sicilian pizza by the slice in a fast-casual setting.
STK Orlando is a modern steakhouse channeling the atmosphere of a sleek lounge. STK proclaims itself as “Not Your Daddy’s Steakhouse,” due to its high-energy atmosphere. A rooftop dining patio is an especially remarkable feature offering some gorgeous views of Disney Springs.
Tea Trader’s Cafe by Joffrey’s specializes in premium loose-leaf teas (hot, iced, and blended) featuring customs blends, accessories, and packaged teas from all over the globe, created to-go or for a tea experience in the café.
Terralina Crafted Italian serves Italian cuisine by James Beard Award Winning Chef Tony Mantuano.
The Ganachery is Disney’s very own chocolate shop, featuring freshly made ganache and specialty chocolates.
Vivoli Gelateria opened its doors in June 2015. This family-run gelato location has only one other storefront in the world, and that’s in Florence, Italy.
Wine Bar George is a 210-seat wine bar headed by Master Sommelier George Miliotes (it is the only Master Sommelier-led wine bar in Florida). The Basket at Wine Bar George provides a Counter Service component to the wine bar.
Amorette’s Patisserie is a Disney owned and operated bakery featuring classic and contemporary pastries.
Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza features an interactive assembly-line format that allows guests to customize their pizza choosing from over 40 toppings – all for one price.
D-Luxe Burger is serving up gourmet burgers on fresh-baked buns and fries. The other primary offering? Artisanal Gelato Shakes!
Frontera Cocina features authentic Mexican cuisine by celebrity Chef Rick Bayless — host of National Public Television’s “Mexico-One Plate at a Time.”
Homecoming: Florida Kitchen and Southern Shine is celebrity Chef Art Smith’s latest restaurant venture featuring the “farm-to-kitchen” Southern cuisine that he’s famous for. The “Homecoming” name is inspired by the fact that Chef Smith hails from Jasper, FL.
The Polite Pig brings local Florida flavor in the form of modern barbecue to Disney Springs guests in a fast, casual setting.
Sprinkles is known as “the world’s first cupcake bakery” (the original location opened in Beverly Hills in 2005). Handcrafted cupcakes are the star of the show, but the Disney Springs location also serves slow-churned ice cream and homemade cookies.
The Daily Poutine offers four variations on the traditional Canadian french fry dish.
Bongos Cuban Cafe’ sizzles with colorful old Havana and South Beach motifs. This Cafe Cubano serves Caribbean and Cuban inspired dishes in a multi-tiered restaurant shaped like a pineapple.
Bongos Cuban Café Express is a walk-up window connected to Bongos Cuban Café, offering a quick Counter Service stop for Cuban food on-the-go!
The Coca-Cola Store Orlando Rooftop Beverage Bar gives guests the chance to sample all sorts of Coca-Cola brand beverages while taking in some great views of Disney Springs. An Adult Beverage menu is available daily beginning at 3:00 PM.
Starbucks at Disney Springs West Side features all the regular Starbucks beverages you know and love, but this location also boasts an evening menu featuring tapas-style foods along with beer and wine.
House of Blues can be found at the farthest end of the West Side, featuring live music and southern food.
Splitsville Luxury Lanes is a bowling alley, but with items like sushi, artisan pizzas and Giant Cake on the menu, you’ll find much more than standard bowling alley fare. Visit to bowl, dine, or both!
The Disney Food Trucks have their home base at Exposition Park on the West Side. Each of the four food trucks features food favorites based on popular dishes in the four Disney World parks (typically three out of the four Food Trucks are available at Exposition Park).
The Smokehouse is where you want to go for classic barbecue items served up in a relaxed, outdoor atmosphere. Most evenings, guests can enjoy live music under the hanging lights.
AMC Dine-In Theater means you’ll never have to choose between dinner or a movie. Thanks to their “Fork and Screen” experience, you can enjoy both at the same time!
Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream offers 14 different flavors of ice cream to choose from.
Planet Hollywood Observatory (formerly Planet Hollywood) reopened as the flagship location for the Planet Hollywood chain in January 2017. The updated restaurant features outdoor dining and lounge areas along with three levels of indoor dining rooms, while boasting the movie memorabilia that Planet Hollywood has always been known for.
YeSake serves a surprisingly interesting array of International fare for a small snack kiosk.
Still to Come…
Upcoming dining destinations include:
Jaleo will serve the Spanish cuisine of Chef José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup when it opens in the West Side in 2018.
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill will be located in the Town Center when it opens in Summer 2018. Look for many of Chef Puck’s signature dishes presented in a new concept, a twist on the traditional bar and grill.