Disney’s Boardwalk Inn and Villas transports visitors back to the turn-of-the-century in a whimsical East Coast-style boardwalk atmosphere. Much like a classic boardwalk experience, entertainment and eateries ABOUND at this Deluxe Resort!
From upscale dining to a brew pub and a charming bakery along with plenty of grab-and-stroll options and still more, the Boardwalk is popular for everything from early morning eats to late-night dining.
Simply click any of the links below to find more information — including lists of all our reviews — for each restaurant!
Counter Service Dining
BoardWalk Deli serves hot and cold sandwiches and more for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Boardwalk Pizza Window offers pizza by the slice or whole pie.
Dining is outdoors on the Boardwalk overlooking Crescent Lake, and the spot is typically open for lunch and through the late night!
BoardWalk Ice Cream serves up simple sundaes to go made with Edy’s-brand ice cream.
Though hours may vary, BoardWalk Ice Cream serves up scoops from mid-afternoon through the late night.
Carousel Coffee is located right off the Resort’s lobby, making it a perfectly convenient spot for your pick-me-up cup or pastry.
Though hours may vary, Carousel Coffee is typically open by 6:30AM through mid-afternoon.
Bars and Lounges
AbracadaBar is an enchanted lounge that serves Curious Cocktails, Worldly Wines, and Baffling Beers to guests who wander in and experience the site that — according to the location’s backstory — was the secret hideout of a group of Boardwalk illusionists who mysteriously vanished over 70 years ago.
Though hours may vary, Carousel Coffee is typically open by 4PM through the late night.
Belle Vue Lounge is a cozy bar with vintage vibes found within the BoardWalk Inn, where guests can enjoy a beverage while listening to radio shows from the 1930s and 40s, and maybe even play a board game or two.
Though hours may vary, Belle Vue Lounge is typically open by 4PM through the late night.
BoardWalk Joe’s serves a variety of margaritas to thirsty passersby!
See what Joe is serving up from Noon to Midnight!
Do you love music from the 70′s, 80′s, and 90′s? Do you love dueling piano improv? Then Jellyrolls Dueling Piano Bar is the place for you!
There is a cover charge of $18.00 to enter Jellyrolls, which is typically open nightly from 7PM to 1:45AM. Doors open at 7PM, and entertainment starts at 8PM — it helps to be early to grab a seat! (Note that guests must be 21-and-over to visit Jellyrolls.)
Leaping Horse Libations is a carousel-themed bar serving guests at the Luna Park Pool.
Though hours may vary, Leaping Horse Libations is typically around 11AM through 10PM.
Table Service Dining
Big River Grille is open for lunch and dinner.
Flying Fish is BoardWalk’s Signature Restaurant boasting a show kitchen that skillfully prepares delectable seafood dishes (and plenty for landlubbers to enjoy as well).
Flying Fish is open in the evenings only.
Trattoria al Forno serves regional Italian specialties with classic preparations alongside a 100% Italian wine list for dinner.
Breakfast typically features Disney characters — including Rapunzel and Flynn Rider — at the Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast! While the Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast is currently unavailable, the Trattoria offers Italian-inspired a la carte breakfast options.
COMING IN EARLY 2024! The Cake Bake Shop by Gwendolyn Rogers is coming to Disney World’s BoardWalk! This new Table Service restaurant will serve items from both sweet and savory menus. (And guess what? Guest will also be able to pop in for a quick treat by grabbing something to-go from the bakery case!)
Afternoon tea service will be offered as well! Disney notes that the new eatery will present a “whimsical atmosphere that complements the magic of the idyllic charm of Disney’s BoardWalk that guests know and love.”
COMING IN 2023! Hooray! Blue Ribbon Corn Dogs is coming to Disney World’s BoardWalk Inn!
Guests from other Resorts or the parks can access Disney’s BoardWalk by boat or walkway from EPCOT’s International Gateway and Disney’s Hollywood Studios (be sure to allow extra time if walking from Disney’s Hollywood Studios), or by bus from any of the other three theme parks and Disney Springs.