You’ve spent all day in the parks, and they’re closing after some long hours of fun! But, if you’re looking for a late night meal or snack, Disney World’s not the greatest place for after-hours eats at the moment.
Many of the places around the parks currently close early in the night, so it becomes a bit difficult to find a restaurant or quick-service spot open after you leave the parks. Although some of your favorite dining locations may not be open all night, we’re giving you a full list of all the places where you can find late-night meals in Disney World after 10 PM! And don’t forget, Uber Eats and other delivery services are available as well.
So, get those stretchy pants ready to go for this after-hours snack crawl around the resorts!
Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
Since the All-Star Resorts are part of the Value tier of Disney hotels, that means they only offer quick-service locations to guests visiting! But, you can still find many of your favorite late-night comfort food items like pizza and burgers, as well as full entrées like turkey and salmon dinners at World Premiere Food Court, open daily from 7AM to 11PM.
And, grown-ups can also pop by the Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar if they want a nightcap to end the evening with a list of cocktails and other sips available daily from 12PM to 11PM.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
You’ve spent all day in the parks, and you’ve completely forgotten to stop for dinner along the way. We’ve been there and done that! But, the Sanaa Lounge and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge has got you covered with appetizers, small bites, and cocktails available from 11:30AM to 11PM. We’re talkin’ amazing bread service and sauces, samosas, and a whole list of specialty drinks that are worth the trip.
Just a reminder that Sanaa does offer Table Service To-Go, so you can pick up your food and head back to your room without any hassle!
Disney’s Boardwalk Inn Resort
When you head to AbracadaBar, you’re bound to have a great time on the BoardWalk! The lounge is open specifically during the evening hours from 4PM to 11PM with Abra Fries, pizza, and salumi to accompany the handcrafted cocktails on the menu.
Plus, you can admire the lights and the atmosphere that Disney’s BoardWalk Inn Resort has to offer while you’re there (which seems like a win-win to us).
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
One of our all-time FAVORITE restaurants in Disney World is Beaches and Cream with its KILLER list of milkshakes and incredible grilled cheese and tomato soup combo. Oh, and we can’t leave out the giant Kitchen Sink, which could practically feed a family and then some! Beaches and Cream is open at Disney’s Beach Club Resort in the evening from 5PM to 11PM (with lunch hours from 11AM to 4:55PM), so you can get snacking all day long.
But, while you’re there, you can also pop over to Martha’s Vineyard at the Beach Club from 4PM to 11PM too! Appetizers are served until 10 PM with options like New England Clam Chowder, Buffalo Wings, Loaded Tots, and more to go with the range of drinks available for both grown-ups and kids.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Although it may currently be closed for a long refurbishment until July, the Wave Lounge is usually open daily from 12PM to 11PM. The space is more meant for late night drinks, but you can still find eats like Lump Crab Cake, burgers, and sandwiches available for guests too.
And, since The Wave Lounge is conveniently located in the main tower of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you are just a quick walk away from your room after picking up your snacks and drinks!
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
If there’s one Disney Resort you should visit late at night, it’s definitely Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, since FOUR locations are open for your after-hours visits! You can pop over to the Dahlia Lounge from 5PM to 12AM or the Laguna Bar from 5PM to 11PM for tapas and bar bites (all eyes on the Oreo Cake), as well as drinks. But, you can head to Rix Sports Bar and Grill from 7AM to 11PM and the Three Bridges Bar and Grill from 4:30PM to 12AM for more substantial meals with appetizers, entrées, and desserts, like the famous Watchos!
Or, maybe you can try to visit all four at least once during your stay to mix things up!
Disney’s Dolphin Resort
For a bit of casual dining, you can head to The Fountain from 4PM to 11PM with an all-American menu of burgers, shakes, salads, and more that guests of every age will enjoy. You can even dine on the fancier side over at Shula’s Steakhouse (and Lounge), where you can indulge during a late date night from 5PM to 11PM.
But, if you’re craving something more on the light side, you can pop over to Phins from 3:30PM to 12AM with quick bites like lettuce wraps, warm pretzels, street tacos, and more. No matter what you choose at Disney’s Dolphin Resort, we’re sure it will be a great detour after your visit to the parks!
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
Did you know that you can actually visit a few after-hours spots with a quick trip on the Monorail from the Magic Kingdom? Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort features TWO late night locations for guests with stunning Beauty and the Beast themed atmosphere and menu at the Enchanted Rose Lounge from 3:30PM to 11PM. Or, you can head over for a wide arrangement of baked goods at the Gasparilla Island Grill from 7AM to 11PM (10PM starting in June).
And, everything is close to your rooms, so you can either take things to-go or chill out until closing time before heading to bed!
Disney’s Polynesian Resort
Speaking of Monorail Resorts, you can also head over to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort to indulge after a long day in the Magic Kingdom! While there is a ton of construction going on right now, two locations are usually open to guests later in the evening. Tambu Lounge serves appetizers until 8 (Sunday through Thursday) or 9 PM (Friday and Saturday) with sushi, wings, flatbreads, and ribs. But, you can toast to a great trip all night from 4PM to 11PM!
Next door, Kona Cafe is open daily from 7:30AM to 10PM with unique options like sushi and poke bowls, as well as regular surf and turf options (and don’t forget dessert too)!
Disney’s Swan Resort
If you’re heading towards the Dolphin, you might as well head over to Disney’s Swan Resort too! The hotel hosts guests at the Kimonos Lounge from 6PM to 11PM with specialty cocktails and sake, while Il Mulino Restaurant features traditional Italian menu items (pasta, risotto, pizza, you name it!) from 3:30PM to 11PM.
But, we’re not quite finished with our list of late night locations yet!
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort
Over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort, Geyser Point‘s full menu is available daily from 11AM to 11PM! While you can snack on small bites like Teriyaki Chicken Wings, there’s also more rustic fare like the Bison Bacon Cheeseburger or Grilled Portobello Salad.
Of course, we wouldn’t leave dessert out with campfire themed treats like mousses, pies, sorbets, and more as the finishing touch on a great meal.
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
Last (but certainly not least), you can head over to the Ale and Compass Lounge after you’ve had a blast chilling at Stormalong Bay or walking around EPCOT. The Disney’s Yacht Club Resort location is open daily from 4PM to 11PM with cocktails and mocktails for visitors, as well as appetizers like the Parker House Rolls or Bacon and Vermont Cheddar Burger (depending on how hungry you are)!
Who else here wants to grab a late-night snack to eat in bed? 😍 We’ll check back to see when these features and restaurants will open once again, so you can add a few more after-hours places to your list! Be sure to stay tuned with DFB for the latest Disney entertainment and news coming soon!
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