The influence of Southwestern American, Spanish, and Mexican cultures is reflected in much of the cuisine at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, which recently went through a major transformation. The 2019 opening of the Gran Destino Tower brought along with it over 500 additional guest rooms, rooftop dining, and more!
Simply click any of the links below to find more information — including lists of all our reviews — for each restaurant!
Barcelona Lounge features a small breakfast menu (including yogurt with fruit and granola), specialty coffee all day, and an artisanal cocktail bar from late-morning through evening.
Cafe Rix primarily offers grab-and-go options (including sandwiches and salads), and also features a gelato bar and specialty coffee drinks.
Dahlia Lounge is located on the rooftop of Gran Destino Tower next to the Tower’s Toledo — Tapas, Steak, & Seafood. Guests can enjoy upscale tapas and hand-selected wine while enjoying lovely views across Walt Disney World.
Laguna Bar serves up beautiful views of the lake along with specialty margaritas, tequila, and more.
Maya Grill is a Table Service option located in the original section of Coronado Springs Resort, serving Tex-Mex food in a grand Mayan-influenced setting. (We love the Margarita Flight here!)
El Mercado de Coronado is a gem of a food court, featuring an above-par assortment of cuisine options in a festive market setting.
Rix Sports Bar & Grill provides a spot where guests can enjoy fun bar food and catch a game or two. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served at this Table Service restaurant that also houses first come, first served lounge seating.
Siestas Cantina can be found by the pool at the Dig Site, and serves up meals for breakfast and lunch, as well as a variety of cocktails and non-alcoholic specialty beverages.
Toledo — Tapas, Steak, and Seafood is the Table Service restaurant that is part of the Resort’s Gran Destino Tower. Toledo delivers Spanish cuisine and rooftop dining — along with Epcot and Hollywood Studios fireworks views at night — to guests!
Three Bridges Bar & Grill is an on-the-water restaurant — accessible by way of three bridges connecting to various parts of the Resort — offering lounge drinks (including Spanish sangria) and eats.
Guests from other Resorts or the parks can access Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort by bus from any of the four theme parks and Disney Springs.
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