The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort is home to a truly unique and delicious restaurant — Todd English’s bluezoo. With the addition of a new executive chef and updated menus, we suggest stopping by bluezoo real soon!
Since our last visit (and bluezoo review) when Chef Windus was still at the helm, the menus have been updated.
New executive chef, Ryan Ratino, is introducing updated menus for the bluezoo dining room as well as the cocktail and beer options!
Chef Ryan spent two years as chef de cuisine before taking on this new role. Let’s take a peek at the menus!
Focused on seafood and entrees with a fun Southern flair, there are some great new items like the 72 Hour Short Rib. But the classic clam chowder returns, as does the “dancing fish!”
Landlubbers will find some additional choices including english pea ravioli. We always recommend the never-know-what-you’re-gonna-get Chef’s Creation. It’s always been incredible on our experiences here!
And just look at the thirst-quenching adult beverage menu. Bluzoo has always been a pioneer when it comes to mixology, craft beers, and more. A visit to the lounge here will never go unrewarded.
We loved the Smoking White Sangria on our last visit; and, of course, the classic zooberry returns. Also, notice a new drink in honor of Autism Awareness Month that benefits the Princeton House Charter School!
bluezoo is boasting one of the best beer lists on Walt Disney World Property! Restaurant Manager Chad Lobner is a beer expert, after all.
For those of you that prefer wine, select by the glass.
Parents: Don’t forget that your child can enjoy two hours of complimentary time (a $20 value per child) at Camp Dolphin while you dine here. One child admitted for each adult entrée purchased!
Can you say “date night???”
Now that you’ve seen the menus, what would you order on a visit to bluezoo? We want to hear your choices in the comments below!
Would love to see and hear how the Bazooka Joe is anyone try it?
What no frozen nitro drinks? Those always sounded so cool.
Have never been to Bluezoo I may have to give it a try and order the Shrimp and Grits
Janet Sala says
We try to make it to bluezoo every trip to WDW. Not only is the dining an experience in and of itself, the bar provides some truly unique tastes and experiences. Personally, I love the Bee’s Knees revisited. My husband and I were both impressed with the White Negroni. I can’t wait to get back there in a few weeks.
And Joni, the Shrimp and Grits is an amazing dish! I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!
SO glad the miso glazed mero made the cut! It’s incredibly delicious and I’ve been dying to get back to have it. They also bettered their beer selection. Great to see so many *quality* craft beers (Sprecher, Ballast Point, Goose Island).
First thing I noticed is that the prices have increased (no surprise)…nice beer list with good style diversity.
The food was amazing and the service was excellent. Our latest visit we went three nights in a row. One night was specifically for just an appetizer the shrimp, grits and okra. Absolutly delious. My friend had never liked grits before but couldn’t get enough.
Hoping to replicate this amazing dish in my kitchen in MN.