Archive for Disney Restaurants


If guests are planning to ring in the New Year at Disneyland® Resort, they can choose from special menus at restaurants in the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort and in Disneyland Park. And, at Disney California Adventure® park, they can sip sparkling apple cider and sparkling wine at several locations.

  • Napa Rose at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa offers two elegant options. Chef Andrew Sutton’s four-course Wine Country Feast of Winter Season Classics is seating from 5:30-6:30 p.m. ($130). Starting at 8:15 p.m., Napa Rose will host a lavish New Year’s Eve Dinner Dance Party with live music, Champagne reception and a Napa-style five-course tasting menu ($250, wine pairing $65). Dancing goes ‘til 1 a.m.
  • Steakhouse 55 in the Disneyland® Hotel is serving a three-course dinner on both New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. Start with Kumamoto oysters, then a center cut filet mignon with crab meat salad, asparagus and Béarnaise sauce. Dessert is Manjari bittersweet chocolate terrine with fresh berries and white Godiva anglaise. ($65; $35 for wine pairing.)
  • Disney’s PCH Grill at Disney’s Paradise Pier® Hotel will offer a family-friendly New Year’s Eve dinner buffet from 5-10 p.m. Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel will host a special New Year’s celebration until 12:30 a.m. – complete with Disney characters and a balloon drop in the hotel’s Pacific Ballroom. ($75; $25 ages 3 to 11.)
  • In Disneyland® Park, Carnation Cafe on Main Street, U.S.A., is offering a Surf and Turf special. The special includes sirloin and shrimp, mashed potatoes, sautéed broccoli, sun-dried tomato butter and herb beurre blanc sauce. ($20)
  • Blue Bayou Restaurant is serving a petite New York strip steak on a rosti potato cake with crab meat and asparagus with café au lait sauce and Béarnaise. ($44)
  • Cafe Orleans is offering braised short ribs, garlic mashed potatoes and baby carrots with roasted shallot-red wine sauce and fried onions. ($23)

To book reservations, call 714-781-DINE or visit


Victoria & Albert’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa was voted the No. 2 restaurant in the United States in TripAdvisor’s 2016 Travelers’ Choice awards.

No. 2 out of 10, the Walt Disney World® Resort restaurant remains the only Florida restaurant on the illustrious list. Victoria & Albert’s also is a AAA Five-Diamond Award winner, under the helm of Executive Chef Scott Hunnel, Chef de Cuisine Aimee Rivera, maître d hotel Israel Perez and Executive Pastry Chef Erich Herbitschek.

In 2016 the award-winning dining room added a Chef’s Degustation Menu, a series of 10 small courses, along with the seven-course Chef’s Tasting Menu. The smaller Queen Victoria Room offers a 10-course menu paired with exclusive wines from the restaurant’s impressive cellar, and there is a Chef’s Table for up to eight guests in the kitchen.

TripAdvisor branded sites make up the largest travel community in the world, according to the website, with more than 250 million reviews and opinions covering accommodations, restaurants and attractions. Award winners were determined using an algorithm that took into account the quantity and quality of reviews for restaurants around the world, gathered over a 12-month period.

Victoria & Albert’s is open daily for dinner. Book reservations for your Clients today by calling 407-939-3862.

2017 Disney Dining Plan Details

Disney dining plans are options available exclusively to Guests of select Walt Disney World Resort hotels with Magic Your Way Vacation Packages.

Check out information on the 2017 Disney Dining Plan Options here.

Food and Beverage at the Disneyland Resort

Food and Beverage and Storytelling

  • Since 1955, Disney Parks have been where guests connect with the Disney stories and characters they cherish most, and the food and beverage offerings play an integral role in those stories.
  • Food and beverage is one of the key elements that make up a Disney theme park experience, with unique restaurants and cuisine that put guests inside the story. Blue Bayou Restaurant has been immersing guests in the story of Pirates of the Caribbean since 1967 at Disneyland Park, and Cars Land in Disney California Adventure Park invites guests to dine in Flo’s V8 Cafe from the Disney•Pixar movie “Cars.”

Innovation of Disney Dining

  • In recent years, Disney has transformed the theme park dining experience, and has been recognized by both consumers and industry experts for the exceptional, innovative, fun and healthy dining experiences.
  • Innovation is at the core of the Disney dining experience. From immersive dining that brings guests into the stories they love to the broad range of options, varying from five-star restaurants to quick-service choices, Disney Parks are moving the culinary industry forward.

Meeting the Needs of Guests with Special Dietary Requirements

  • Walt Disney Parks and Resorts is recognized as an industry leader in meeting the special dietary needs of its guests. In 2011, Food Allergy Research and Education, or FARE, honored Walt Disney Parks and Resorts as a “hero of food-allergy awareness.” Along with allergy accommodations, Disney Parks has pushed the boundaries on immersive dining experiences and healthy options.
  • The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network also honored Walt Disney Parks and Resorts in 2011 for its commitment to allergy awareness.

Dining for Guests with Food Allergies

  • At the Disneyland Resort, guests and families have choices that make it easy to enjoy a worry-free vacation.
  • New allergy-friendly menus identify the most common allergens (gluten/wheat, milk, peanut, tree nut and fish) and allow guests to self-select menu choices to meet their individual needs, ensuring a fun and effortless Disney experience for all.
  • After positive guest feedback from a test of new allergy-friendly menus , Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has introduced new allergy-friendly menus at approximately 120 quick-service and table-service locations, extending legendary Disney service and dining options to guests with allergies in an entirely new way. The menus provide more convenience and readily available options for guests with special dietary requests.
  • Signature restaurants across Disneyland Resort began offering allergy-friendly menus in April 2015. The menus are available at Disney-operated table-service and select quick-service restaurants with online menus also available.
  • Guests may consult directly with a restaurant chef or specially trained cast member. Guests are encouraged to communicate special dietary needs to restaurant cast members, to allow the culinary team to take extra measures during preparation to prevent the introduction of the allergen.

Healthy Options at the Disneyland Resort

  • Disney’s commitment to healthy living is evident in Disney Magic of Healthy Living, an initiative that partners with parents to inspire kids to lead healthier lifestyles. At Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, nutritious food and beverage options continue to be added, making healthier dining alternatives easily accessible.
  • With special enhancements like the “Mickey Check” on kids’ menus – a tool to help families easily identify healthier dining options that meet Disney Nutrition Guidelines – there are healthy and indulgent options for everyone.

Fun Facts

  • The Disneyland Resort continues to hire and help train some of the top chefs in the culinary industry. More than, 50 chefs work in culinary management, and many are graduates of prestigious culinary schools. In addition, the resort employs nearly 200 restaurant and catering managers and more than 7,000 food and beverage cast members overall.
  • With more than 150 food and beverage locations, the Disneyland Resort offers more than 8,500 different food items.
  • Disneyland Resort guests consume approximately 350,000 apples each year. If stacked on top of each other, that many apples would reach 17 miles into the sky, or the height equivalent of 1,146 Sleeping Beauty Castles.
  • If the 3,800,000 churros that are consumed each year at the Disneyland Resort were laid end-to-end, they would stretch 954 miles. That’s enough churros to line the Disneyland Resort monorail track 382 times.
  • Disneyland Resort guests consume 860,000 Mickey-shaped pretzels annually. That’s enough each year to serve at least 29 pretzels to all 29,000 cast members at the Disneyland Resort.
  • If the 2,600,000 hot dogs that are served each year were laid end-to-end, they would stretch 242 miles or the length of 11,208 Millennium Falcons.
  • More than 300,000 pounds of bananas are consumed at the Disneyland Resort each year, which is approximately 130,000 individual bananas for Baloo from “The Jungle Book” to enjoy.
  • Over the course of a given year, guests purchase more than 12 million kids meals, and parents typically choose the nutritious sides and beverages that Disney offers as the menu default option. Six out of 10 kids meals were served with the healthy options in 2016.


Eating and drinking in the parks can cost a fortune if you don’t know what you’re doing. But ThrillList talked to Ian Ford, a father of two and CEO of Undercover Tourist, as well as travel agent Melissa Gutting of Travel Leaders, and they offered up some serious Disney dining hacks that’ll save you hours and dollars.

Dining Updates at Walt Disney World

Here’s a quick look at some recent food and beverage updates at Walt Disney World® Resort:

At Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, Minnie Mouse invites Guests to meet all of her friends at delightful dinner parties throughout the year to celebrate each season. And, from Sept. 12-Nov. 6, 2016 you can enjoy a frightfully fun character experience during Minnie’s Halloween Dine at Hollywood & Vine. The cost is $46.99 per adult and $27.99 per child, plus tax and gratuity. Some dining plans are accepted. Book today online at or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

Plus, as we’ve previously shared, two new locations recently opened at Disney’s BoardWalk. Your Clients can indulge in a curious cocktail at AbracadaBar, a former magicians’ hangout, or check out the elegantly sophisticated new interior and entirely sustainable seafood menu at Flying Fish.

And, coming soon, Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri will be firing up an exclusive portion of the Planet Hollywood Observatory menu when it reopens this fall at Disney Springs™.

Re-Imagined Flying Fish Now Open on Disney’s Boardwalk at Walt Disney World

After a major re-imagining, the Flying Fish at Disney’s BoardWalk Resort is now open. The entire interior, including the on-stage kitchen, has been beautifully redesigned, along with an all-new menu crafted by Chef Tim Majoras, a veteran of the Flying Fish kitchen.

The seafood-centric menu features entirely sustainable fish and shellfish, and includes Chef Majoras’ creations such as corn-crusted wild Gulf shrimp, wild Alaskan king salmon and plancha-seared Hokkaido scallops. For carnivores, there’s Wagyu filet mignon, Kurobuta pork belly and bison striploin. General manager and sommelier Stig Jacobsen has crafted a new wine list with nearly 80 selections by the glass.

The new interior design is inspired by the beloved flying fish of Disney’s BoardWalk Resort, which are displayed subtly throughout the location – from upholstery patterns to kitchen tiles. The updated look includes some sparking architectural accents, such as golden-winged room panels and a glittering chandelier that mimics a school of flying fish swimming overhead. The restaurant also features boardwalk-inspired mementos like carnival art, vintage games and a nod to the legendary “Flying Turns” rollercoaster.

And, as we’ve previously mentioned, the new AbracadaBar lounge will open soon next door, taking the spot formerly occupied by Seashore Sweets candy and ice cream shop. This new “curious cocktail lounge” combines the Golden Age of Magic with the magic of Disney storytelling. From enchanted magic show posters and mystifying mirrors to vintage props and tricks, AbracadaBar promises to be just as surprising and magical as its name suggests.

Book reservations at the Flying Fish for guests today by visiting or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.


When guests visit Walt Disney World® Resort, they can enjoy the Main Street Electrical Parade at Magic Kingdom® Park in a whole new way.

Reservations are now available for the new Main Street Electrical Dining Package at Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, which includes reserved viewing for the popular nighttime parade.

Guests can take a mid-day break as they indulge in a delicious three-course lunch, including their choice of appetizer, entrée, dessert and a beverage. They can choose from favorites like Chicken Parmigiana, Spaghetti with meatballs or Margherita Pizza. And for dessert, there’s the classic Tiramisú or a decadent chocolate cake layered with a chocolate-hazelnut filling.

During the meal, they’ll receive a voucher for their reserved viewing of the Main Street Electrical Parade.

The cost is $45 for adults, $17 for children plus tax and gratuity. It is one table-service entitlement on the Disney Dining Plan. Book by calling 407-WDW-DINE or visiting


At the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen in Magic Kingdom® Park, guests can discover bold and flavorful tastes inspired by the exotic flavors of the rivers traveled on the Jungle Cruise attraction.

And now, guests visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort can make advance dining reservations reservations at this restaurant for lunch or dinner. Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance by calling 407-WDW-DINE or via As with all dining reservations, a credit card guarantee is required at the time of reservation and the standard cancellation policy applies.


A few months ago, we told you about the table-service dining option at The Diamond Horseshoe in Frontierland at Magic Kingdom® Park. Today, we’re happy to share that guests can continue to enjoy this option for lunch and dinner through July 4, 2016.

The all-you-care-to-enjoy saloon feast begins with a Frontier Salad, a tasty mix of greens, tomatoes, roasted corn, cornbread croutons and a house-made chipotle-ranch dressing. There’s also cornbread for the table to share.

For main fixin’s, Guests can choose from BBQ pulled turkey served over cornbread, spit-roasted ham served with country beans or stewed beef served with mashed potatoes. Each entrée is served with a side of seasonal veggies.

As the finale to this hearty feast, Guests can choose from an apple tart or the Campfire Brownie—rich chocolate brownie on a graham cracker crust, topped with toasted marshmallow.

Soft drinks, tea, coffee and milk are included with the saloon feast. Cost is $33 plus tax for adults, $19 for children ages 3-9. Meals are one table-service entitlement on the Disney Dining Plan.

Reservations can be made by calling 407-WDW-DINE or online at