Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has several dining locations that offer casual, tropical dining and South Pacific flavors… along with a tiki bar you’ll never forget! Conveniently located on the Magic Kingdom’s Monorail loop, the Polynesian Village Resort (and its restaurants) provide a relaxing oasis.
Simply click any of the links below to find more information — including lists of all our reviews — for each restaurant!
Barefoot Pool Bar is the perfect place to grab a specialty cocktail to enjoy while lounging by the Lava Pool.
Captain Cook’s is a quick-service location, popular for being the place you can grab Tonga Toast for breakfast in the morning, and Island-inspired dishes like the Aloha Pork Sandwich and Thai Coconut Meatballs for lunch and dinner.
Kona Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual setting. With the sweet Tonga Toast selection and the savory Big Kahuna, breakfast at Kona is a guest favorite.
Kona Island conveniently sits right off the second floor monorail entrance. In the morning this location serves Kona coffee and pastries, while at night it becomes a sushi bar with cocktails.
Oasis Pool Bar & Grill serves up Polynesian-themed food and specialty cocktails to guests enjoying the Oasis Pool.
‘Ohana has an oak wood fire pit which flavors the grilled meats served at an all-you-care-to-enjoy meal each evening. In the morning, Lilo and Stitch entertain guests during an Island-style character breakfast. Hawaiian side dishes complement each meal.
Pineapple Lanai is where you can find the famous Dole Whip! This is a Polynesian Village Resort claim to fame, as it was the first Disney World Resort where Dole Whip was served outside of the parks. The Polynesian remains the only Resort with its own spot dedicated to the treat.
The Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show offers guests an authentic Hawaiian luau complete with Hula and fire dancers!
Tambu Lounge is a relaxing bar where you can enjoy a drink prior to your dinner at ‘Ohana or Kona Cafe. The Lapu Lapu (a rum concoction served in a pineapple) is its claim to fame.
Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto is a unique tiki bar located in the Great Ceremonial House, complete with an interactive room (elements react based on the ordering of certain drinks) and wacky hijinks from your servers, the Skippers!
Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace is the more relaxed (but still entertaining) outdoor counterpart to Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto.
Guests from other Resorts or the parks can access Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort by boat or the Monorail from Magic Kingdom, or by bus from any of the other three theme parks and Disney Springs.
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