Located on the corner of Main Street, U.S.A. near the castle; Casey’s Corner is a Magic Kingdom classic serving up all-American snacks of hotdogs and shoestring fries. This counter service restaurant is priced at around fifteen dollars per adult for a combo meal and offers outdoor and indoor seating. Menu favorites are the footlong hotdog and chili cheese fries but you can sample several different hot dog and fry combinations including bacon mac and cheese fries and pickle bacon hotdogs.
Located in the Polynesian Village Resort, this quick service eatery is worth a visit to the resort even if you are not staying there. Inspired by the resort theming the Hawaiian flatbread, pork nachos and Aloha pork sandwich are must try entrees. If you visit for breakfast do not skip the fruity and bright Tonga Toast, this is some of the best French toast I’ve ever tasted.
Colombia Harbor House
If you are craving some New England flavor, drop by the Colombia Harbor House at the edge of Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom to enjoy delicious seafood. Fish and chips, fried shrimp and lobster rolls are some of the guest favorites at this restaurant. With all seating completely air conditioned, this is a perfect lunch spot to break from the heat and refuel with a delicious meal.
Choosing a casual dining spot at Disney Springs is tough with so many delicious options. D-Luxe Burger is one of my Disney Springs favorites, thanks to the juicy burgers they serve and the frosty shakes. Sharing an order of fries is a great way to save money at this restaurant thanks to the generous serving sizes for the burgers and fries.
Satu’li is my favorite Animal Kingdom quick service restaurant for fresh and hearty food. Steamed pods and dessert mousse are delicious but I love the combination bowl. This bowl offers slow roasted beef and chicken atop a bed of quinoa, rice or noodles. The bowl is large enough to share and super filling.
Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza
Customizable made to order eleven-inch pizzas at this Disney Springs restaurant are worth the trip. Choose from the menu of options like barbeque chicken mozzarella or create your own perfect pizza with your favorite toppings.
Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie
Chocolate mousse, chocolate croissants and decadent macarons are must try menu offerings at this boulangerie patisserie mix. Located in the rear of the French pavilion you can drop by for sweets or buy fresh sandwiches stacked on crunchy baguettes for a lunch on the go.
La Cantina De San Angel
If you are looking for yummy Mexican food this Epcot counter service eatery is a great option. Nachos, tacos, margaritas and churros are delicious menu options. Our favorites are the mango frozen margarita and empanadas con queso.
Located right outside the entrance to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studio, this pizza restaurant is a quick service dining spot worth dropping by. Meat lover’s and cheese pizzas are yummy options that keep Orlando locals coming back to the park for their pizza fix.
The Polite Pig
As soon as you get off the escalator at Disney Springs you will smell this restaurant. The smoked pork barbecue is so mouthwatering you must visit this quick service eatery at least once. Try the pork barbecue sandwich and macaroni and cheese for a melt in your mouth lunch. If you want to sample multiple barbecue offerings try the slider trio that serves up pork, beef brisket and fried chicken on slider buns for the perfect bite sized starter.