Disney Cruise Line has cruise ships (filled with Disney theming!) that sail to a variety of destinations worldwide. Since we’re not currently on our way to the Bahamas (like we want to be), we’re doing the next best thing and looking at ALL of the restaurants onboard these ships. So, whichever ship you’re planning to board soon, you can check out this list to see what kinds of dining options are available!
We’re taking a look at ALL of the restaurants onboard all five Disney cruise ships. In this list, several of the restaurants and lounges can be found on more than one cruise ship. If it’s the first time we’re mentioning a restaurant or lounge in this post, we’ll give a full description of that location. For all further mentions (on the other cruise ships), we’ll refer you to that description, in the earlier section.
Each of the cruise ships has Rotational Dining, which means that guests rotate between three main restaurants (bringing their wait staff with them) for dinner during their cruise. If a restaurant is part of Rotational Dining, we’ll note that in its description. Other restaurants are available for different mealtimes or as alternatives to the Rotational Dining schedule.
Ready? Let’s get started!
Restaurants on the Disney Magic
Duck-In Diner (Quick Service)
The Duck-In Diner is a quick-service spot that serves Middle Eastern-inspired food like shawarma as well as classic American food like hamburgers and hot dogs.
It can be found on Deck 9 of the Magic, near the Nephews’ Splash Zone.
Pinocchio’s Pizzeria (Quick Service)
You can pizza by the slice from this spot, located near Goofy’s Pool on the Magic.
Options include cheese, pepperoni, vegetarian, or Hawaiian, among other toppings.
(This restaurant is also on the Disney Wonder.)
Eye Scream Treats (Quick Service)
This snack stand is named after Mike Wazowski from Pixar’s Monsters, Inc.
It offers a selection of soft-serve ice cream flavors for you to enjoy while you lounge on the deck.
(This spot is also on the Disney Dream and Fantasy.)
Frozone Treats (Quick Service)
If you want a different kind of refreshing treat, you can visit Frozone Treats (named after the icy hero from The Incredibles).
This stand has a variety of smoothie flavors to choose from.
(This stand is also on the Disney Dream and Fantasy.)
Preludes (Quick Service)
This snack stand is located right outside the Walt Disney Theatre on each of the cruise ships.
Guests can grab cookies, treats, popcorn, and cocktails here before heading in to watch the film.
(This stand is also on the Disney Wonder, Dream, and Fantasy.)
Rapunzel’s Royal Table (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
This restaurant is themed after the Disney film Tangled. The premise is that you’re invited to Rapunzel’s birthday celebration, which will include visits from Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, and the Snuggly Duckling thugs. The dining room is set to look like a ballroom with glowing lanterns to light the tables.
The food here is described as “American favorites and fresh-food flavors from around the globe.” Some appetizer options are beef and mushroom ravioli, ahi tuna tartar, asparagus and broccoli soup, and smoked salmon salad. Entrées include dishes like pan-seared sea bass, roasted chicken, smoked pork loin, and roasted prime rib. There are also dessert options, a vegetarian menu (with choices like chili-spiced tofu ramen and vegetable-potato crêpes), and a kids’ menu.
Animator’s Palate (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
The Animator’s Palate restaurant is all about animation. The dining room nods to artists and hand-drawn designs, and guests can watch an “innovative dinner show that celebrates the art of storytelling” while they eat.
The food here is a fusion of eats from the Pacific Islands, Asia, and California. Dishes include options like wild mushroom risotto, butternut squash soup, Pacific black cod, and Angus beef tenderloin.
If you’re 21 years or older, you can pay an extra fee to pair your entrée with a wine from the extensive list available.
(This restaurant is also on the Disney Wonder, Dream, and Fantasy)
Lumiere’s (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
This restaurant is themed after Beauty and the Beast, and you’ll get to dine in a room inspired by the grand ballroom from that movie.
Besides the rotational dinners, Lumiere’s is also open for breakfast and lunch, and the tables are open-seating at that time. Breakfast options include French toast, omelets, pancakes, crêpes, and more. Lunch is served as a three-course meal with options like grilled chicken, barbecue pork ribs, and herb-crusted fish.
Dinner is a four-course meal, with American and French dishes. Appetizers include a mushroom tart, french onion soup, or duck confit. Some entrée options are roasted duck breast, three-cheese lobster macaroni, or “Lumiere’s” seared sea bass. A dessert menu is also available.
Palo (Table Service)
Palo is an adults-only restaurant with a semi-formal dress code. Meals here are not included with the cost of your cruise. The cost for a meal at brunch or dinner is $45 per person.
The entrées available as part of the prix fixe dinner include Italian dishes like butternut agnolotti, seared sea scallops on celery root puree, and piquant dover sole (fileted table side).
(This restaurant is also on the Disney Wonder, Dream, and Fantasy.)
Royal Court Royal Tea (Dining Experience)
This is a special dining experience that requires advanced reservations. Kids ages 3 to 12 can have a tea party with Disney princesses, which includes entertainment, a selection of herbal teas, and a two-course meal. The meal includes one sweet and one savory course.
The experience costs $220 each for children and $69 for the adults who accompany them.
(This experience is also available on the Disney Wonder, Dream, and Fantasy)
Fathoms (adults only after nightfall): an ocean-themed club that serves cocktails while guests watch comedy shows, enter a game show, or take part in karaoke.
A few specialty drinks here include the Blue Tang (Grey Goose citrus vodka, peach schnapps, blue curaçao, pineapple juice, a sugared rim—and a souvenir glow-cube, Anemone (No 3 London Dry Gin, freshly-muddled citrus medley with a layer of mango puree plus a Champagne topper), and The Black Pearl (Crown Royal, Drambuie and cola).
Keys (adults only after nightfall): This piano bar has live performances of famous songs, such as the music from Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, Billy Joel, and Elton John. It’s themed after the golden age of Hollywood. They’re serving up a selection of beer, cocktails, champagne, and wine.
Promenade Lounge (adults only after nightfall): Promenade Lounge has entertainment for the whole family during the day (like bingo, dance parties, and interactive games) and live music in the evenings. The full-service bar has beer, wine, and cocktails for an additional fee. There are also complimentary snacks like nachos with guacamole.
D Lounge (also found on the Disney Wonder, Dream, and Fantasy): D Lounge is a colorful space with family-friendly entertainment like karaoke and trivia. There’s a full bar with wine and cocktail options as well as nonalcoholic drinks like soda and fruit smoothies.
Cove Café (also found on the Disney Wonder, Dream, and Fantasy; adults only): This lounge is meant to exude “laid-back sophistication” and “tropical bliss.” It serves specialty drinks, coffee, and tea during the day. You can find cocktails, wine, and light bites here in the evenings.
O’Gills Pub (also found on the Disney Fantasy; adults only after nightfall): O’Gills is a tribute to Irish pubs, with dark wood decor and comfortable seats. Live sports play on television screens here, and you can also enjoy some board games. There’s a wide selection of beers, including Irish ales, stouts, and pilsners. Specialty drinks and cocktails are also available. O’Gills recommends trying the red lager and Irish Cream.
Signals (also found on the Disney Wonder; adults only): This bar is located in the Quiet Cove, which means there are no kids allowed in the area.
It serves mixed drinks and cocktails.
Restaurants on the Disney Wonder
Pete’s Boiler Bites (Quick Service)
Pete’s Boiler Bites serves traditional American food that you can grab fast.
You can choose from various burgers, tacos, hot dogs, and more
Daisy’s De-Lites (Quick Service)
Daisy’s De-Lites is for anyone looking for a healthier snack between meals.
Options here include salads, sandwiches, wraps, and fruit.
Tiana’s Place (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
Tiana’s Place is inspired by The Princess and the Frog with live jazz music and a festive atmosphere.
The menu includes Louisiana-inspired Creole and Cajun eats. You can get shrimp jambalaya, gumbo, Cajun-spiced seabass, among other entrées.
Triton’s (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
This restaurant is named after Ariel’s father from The Little Mermaid. Breakfast and lunch options include dishes like scrambled eggs, hash browns, chicken, and North Atlantic whitefish.
Dinner is a four-course meal with appetizers (like duck confit or French onion soup), entrées (like lobster macaroni, lamb shank, and roasted duck breast) and dessert.
There are several more restaurant options that can be found on the Disney Wonder as well as other Disney cruise ships, including the Royal Court Royal Table, Animator’s Palate, Palo, Pinocchio’s Pizzeria, Eye Scream Treats, and Preludes. For more detail, see the Disney Magic section.
French Quarter Lounge (adults only after nightfall): This spot is themed after the French Quarter in New Orleans, with wrought iron details and imagery from Disney’s Princess and the Frog. You can listen to live music while you snack on beignets and drink specialty beverages at this location.
Crown & Fin Pub (adults only after nightfall): The Crown & Fin looks like a classic British pub with leather furniture and a red tin ceiling. There are nods to Disney movies set in England like Peter Pan and 101 Dalmatians. The bar has lager and ale, including more than 14 beers on tap. You can also choose a glass of wine or a cocktail.
Cadillac Lounge (adults only after nightfall): The Cadillac Lounge reminds us of the swanky 1950s cars, with chrome accents and vinyl-covered barstools. This spot has a live piano performer and guest vocalists. You can order from a full bar here, with selections of beer, cocktails, champagne, and wine.
Azure (adults only after nightfall): This lounge has a subtle ocean theme, with decor that’s patterned after shells, coral, and other ocean life. This spot serves beer, wine, and cocktails. Some of their recommendations include the Azure (Kissui vodka, sparkling MIO sake, Patrón Citrónge, lime juice, guava juice) and Elderbubble (Absolut Raspberri, St-Germain Elderflower liqueur and Moët & Chandon Imperial).
Other Lounges: Aside from these lounges, you can also find the Cove Café, D Lounge, and Signals lounges (described in the Disney Magic section) on the Disney Wonder.
Restaurants on the Disney Dream
Flo’s Café (Quick Service)
Flo’s Café is actually three counter-service restaurants in one: Luigi’s Pizza, Tow Mater’s Grill, and Fillmore’s Favorites. They’re all inspired by the Pixar movie Cars.
You can get pizza slices, hamburgers, chicken, salad, and more.
(This restaurant is also available on the Disney Fantasy.)
Senses Juice Bar (Quick Service)
Senses Juice Bar is located near the Senses Spa & Salon.
They’re serving up blended drinks made with fresh fruit and veggies, and you can also get extra vitamin or protein infusions in your drink.
(This restaurant is also available on the Disney Fantasy.)
Enchanted Garden (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
This restaurant is designed to look like an Arboretum in Versailles, complete with white trellises and fountains.
Breakfast options include Mickey waffles, omelets, scrambled eggs, and hash browns (among other things). For lunch, you can grab salads, burgers, fish, pizza, and more.
For dinner, this spot specializes in market-fresh ingredients. Some of the appetizers include lobster ravioli, Ahi tuna and avocado tower, and curried carrot and apple soup. Entrées like pork tenderloin, sea bass, and marjoram-scented organic chicken are available.
(This restaurant is also available on the Disney Fantasy.)
Royal Palace (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
The dining room is inspired by Disney Princess movies and designed to make guests feel like royalty.
Like the other rotational dining restaurants, this spot has some options for breakfast and lunch available, including French toast, scrambled eggs, and barbecued pork ribs. The dinner menu is inspired by French cuisine, with French onion soup and avocado citrus salad as two of the appetizer options. Entrée choices include angus grilled beef tenderloin, Dijon-crusted lamb, and other dishes.
Remy (Table Service; Adults Only)
Remy is a luxurious restaurant that’s just for the adults. This restaurant serves fine French dishes created by Chef Scott Hunnel (the chef who created Victoria & Albert’s at Disney World) and advising Chef Arnaud Lallement.
A prix fixe dinner costs $125 per person; Remy Champagne Brunch is $75 per person; Remy Dessert Experience is $60 per person; Petites Assiettes de Remy is $50 per person; and the Remy Wine Pairing Experience is $105 per person. Reservations are highly recommended for this spot.
(This restaurant is also available on the Disney Fantasy.)
The Disney Dream also has Royal Court Royal Tea, Animator’s Palate, Palo, Eye Scream Treats, Frozone Treats, and Preludes. Descriptions for these restaurants can be found in the Disney Magic section.
Currents (also found on the Disney Fantasy; adults only): This lounge is located way up on Deck 13. It serves cocktails and specialty drinks.
Skyline (also found on the Disney Fantasy; adults only): The Skyline lounge has large “windows” that show skylines from various cities around the world. The view will change during your visit, so it’s like you’re sightseeing at super speed. This bar specializes in hand-crafted cocktails, with flavors inspired by famous cities.
District Lounge (adults only): This piano bar is designed to be cozy and futuristic at the same time, with comfortable chairs to lounge in. You can order beers, cocktails, frozen drinks, whiskey, wine, and more at the bar. Other specialty drinks and mocktails are also available.
Pink: Wine and Champagne Bar (adults only): Pink is designed to look like the inside of a Champagne bottle. You can order Champagne, Champagne cocktails, sparkling wines, mixed drinks, single-malt whiskeys and cognac.
Vista Café (also found on the Disney Fantasy): This is an art deco cafe that serves coffee and pastries in the morning. Or you can visit in the evening to grab a post-dinner cocktail.
Pub 687 (adults only after nightfall): This sports bar shows games on large TVs and also hosts family activities during the day. Available drinks include draft beers, cocktails, mixed drinks, spirits, Champagne, and wine. It also has signature “Beercktails,” which are blends of beer, spirits, and fruit juices.
Meridian (also found on the Disney Fantasy; adults only): This lounge is inspired by early ships, with heavy wood and leather decor. You can order from a selection of beer, wine, and cocktails. There are also specialty martinis and after-dinner liqueurs on the menu.
Bon Voyage (also found on the Disney Fantasy; adults only): This bar is inspired by the art deco era. You can grab cocktails, coffee, juices, and soda from the bar.
The Disney Dream also has the Cove Café and D Lounge, which are described in the Disney Magic section since these lounges appear on several different cruise ships.
Restaurants on the Disney Fantasy
Sweet on You (Quick Service)
Sweet on You is hosted by Minnie Mouse and has all kinds of sweet treats for the family to enjoy.
You can choose from 20 hand-crafted gelato flavors, 16 ice cream flavors, 32 toppings, milkshakes and signature sundaes. But if you don’t want a chilly treat, you can check out the cookies, candies, cupcakes, and chocolates as well.
Royal Court (Table Service; Rotational Dining)
The Royal Court restaurant is all about Disney royalty, with furniture and decorations inspired by Disney princess movies like Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast.
You can get breakfast and lunch here, with classic dishes like French toast, omelets, and crêpes for breakfast. Lunch is a three-course meal with French and American food choices.
Dinner is part of the rotational dining on the Disney Fantasy. It’s a four-course meal with appetizers like duck breast, spinach soufflé, and shrimp cocktail. Entrées include grilled beef tenderloin, lobster medallions, wild boar tenderloin, and more.
You can also find Remy, Flo’s Café, Enchanted, and Senses Juice Bar on this ship, which are all described in the Disney Dream section of this post. Other restaurants include Royal Court Royal Table, Animator’s Palate, Palo, Eye Scream Treats, Frozone Treats, and Preludes, which you can find descriptions of in the Disney Magic section, since these spots can be found on multiple Disney cruise ships.
La Piazza (adults only): La Piazza is inspired by Italian cities and plazas. You can order cocktails from the bar here, which nod to Italian flavors.
Some of the recommendations include a Campari cocktail, a fizzy prosecca Bellini, or a real Italian espresso.
This ship also has various lounges described in the Disney Dream section, including Currents, Skyline, Vista Café, Meridian, and Bon Voyage. The Cove Café, D Lounge, and O’Gills Pub are on the Disney Fantasy as well, and these spots are described in the Disney Magic section.
Marceline Market (Quick Service)
Marceline Market is a spot inspired by international marketplaces all over the world with 10 food stations (each themed to a Disney animated film), and a cafe-style beverage bar in the center.
At each station, menus will feature specials that change throughout the voyage, including seafood, comfort foods, bakery items, classic American dishes, vegetarian options, soups, salads, and more! The Marceline Market will be a “walk-around” style of dining for breakfast and lunch, and then the market will be converted to table service for dinner.
Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods (Quick Service)
Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods will be located on one of the upper decks of the Wish with several different restaurants including Mickey’s Smokestack Barbecue, Donald’s Cantina, Daisy’s Pizza Pies, Goofy’s Grill, and Sweet Minnie’s Ice Cream.
Did you know these spots include Disney Cruise Line’s first-ever quick-service barbecue and Mexican-inspired spots?!
Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure (Table Service)
Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure is Disney’s first-ever Frozen-inspired restaurant — and it promises TONS of fun! Guests will attend Anna and Kristoff’s engagement party, which is catered by Oaken’s “Hearty Party Planning Service… and Sauna” and features plenty of live performances.
The “theatrical dining experience” lets you interact with Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf — and you’ll encounter some pretty cool special effects! As for the food? It’s “world-class cuisine” with Nordic influences. Sounds exciting!
Worlds of Marvel (Table Service)
You’ve heard all about Disney’s first Frozen restaurant…but how about its first Marvel restaurant? Worlds of Marvel will be Disney’s “most ambitious dining experience ever.” It puts YOU right in the middle of your own superhero adventure!
You’ll play a big part in an interactive Avengers mission…with a surprise appearance by an “infamous foe!” While you live out your Marvel dreams, you’ll munch on food inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That includes dishes based off of Wakanda, Sokovia, and New York City!
We love the idea of an “attraction” combined with a meal. We’ll keep ya posted as we hear more details!
1923 (Table Service)
The third restaurant is 1923, and it takes guests on a journey through the evolution of animation! Named after the year The Walt Disney Company was founded, 1923 will serve up California eats that are light, fresh, and flavorful.
While you eat, you’ll be surrounded by over 1,000 props and pieces of artwork, showing how The Walt Disney Company came to be what it is today. And as a tribute to the men who started it all, you’ll dine in either the Walt or Roy Disney room!
This Hollywood-inspired restaurant will be elegant with “a dash of Disney whimsy.” We can’t wait to try it for ourselves!
The Rose (Table Service; Adults Only)
Adults will also be able to experience a suite of 3 adult-exclusive dining experiences inspired by Beauty and the Beast! While Disney hasn’t revealed too many details on these areas just yet, we do know that there will be a spot called The Rose to sip on a before or after-dinner cocktail. The Rose will be located at the entrance of Palo Steakhouse and Enchante).
The Rose will have an extensive collection of wines and liquors. According to Disney, at The Rose “guests will also indulge in a special menu of gourmet amuse-bouche and small plates from the Enchanté galley, curated by Chef Lallement.”
Palo Steakhouse (Table Service; Adults Only)
Another signature spot will be Palo Steakhouse, inspired by Cogsworth. Palo Steakhouse will also feature “A private dining room will be available for more intimate gatherings of up to 12 guests.”
What will be on the menu? According to Disney, “guests will choose from a selection of exquisite Italian dishes and the world’s best steaks, from the most elite American prime cuts to melt-in-your-mouth Australian wagyu to succulent Japanese Kobe and Miyazaki beefs.” There will also be Italian wines and craft beers available. For dessert, Palo’s signature chocolate souffle will be available!
Enchanté (Table Service; Adults Only)
Adults will also get to dine over at Enchanté, inspired by Lumière! Enchanté will be the ship’s most elegant dining experience, featuring a gourmet menu by three-Michelin-starred Chef Arnaud Lallement. It’s just what Lumière would want!
There will be “two intimate dining areas and [a] private 10-seat dining room.” What will be on the menu here? According to Disney, “the menu will feature superior products and seasonal ingredients sourced from around the world to create an exceptional ensemble of international dishes.” These spaces will all be part of an adult-only retreat located on the upper deck of the ship. Disney has also noted that Palo Steakhouse and Enchante will be “joined by an outdoor terrace overlooking the ocean.” We’ll keep you posted as we learn more!
Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge (adults only after nightfall): This is a family-friendly watering hole by day…but by night it “jumps to lightspeed” to become an adult-only space! It’ll serve up “signature beverages inspired by the films,” and you’ll also get a chance to participate in interactive tasting experiences.
There’s a lot of cool tech going into this lounge. The virtually-enhanced space will transport guests through hyperspace to iconic Star Wars locales like Tatooine, Batuu, and more. You’ll watch sensational scenes through a panoramic viewport!
Disney also hinted at some “robotic magic” here but hasn’t released any more details. But boy are we excited to find out what that means!
Keg & Compass: Keg & Compass is a classic Disney Cruise line pub with inspiration from the architectural style of a late 1800s Norwegian sailor’s map room and the rich folklore of Norse seafaring.
This spot will be a great location to watch live sports, news, and major broadcast events while sipping on a specialized selection of beers (including three custom craft brews available exclusively aboard the Disney Wish!), liquors, wines, and cocktails.
Nightengale’s: Nightingale’s is a piano bar inspired by the rendition of “Sing Sweet Nightingale” sung in Cinderella. It will sit just off of the lobby and act as somewhat of an extension of the fairytale-inspired Grand Hall.
Expect an extensive menu of fine wines and hand-crafted cocktails.
The Bayou: Adults have also got The Bayou, an informal lounge themed to (You guessed it!) The Princess and the Frog! And, big plus, this spot will feature live entertainment and musical performances!
As for the offerings, we’ll be sipping and snacking on creative cocktails, specialty coffees, and signature beignets.
Note that all of the Disney cruise ships also offer room service (included in the cost of your cruise) and menus at the Cabanas.
Keep following DFB for more updates and info as you plan your upcoming Disney vacation!
Which restaurant do you want to try first? Let us know in the comments!