Dining At Disney World Value Resorts – Restaurants We Love
Staying at one of Walt Disney’s Value Resorts doesn’t mean you will miss out on good eats for you and your party. Disney’s Value Resorts, including the All-Star Resorts, Art of Animation, and Pop Century, all have a wide variety of budget-friendly breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options to choose from.
Pop Century’s Everything POP Shopping and Dining
This cafeteria style dining center has numerous options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With counter services options and bright and flashy décor, you’ll be enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the cheerful ambiance. For breakfast, guests can feast on house-made pancakes and waffles along with savory options like omelets and even few plant-based options. For those who want a quick bite to take along with them, there are plenty of grab-and-go choices, including assorted bagels and muffins.
If you’re coming over for lunch, your choices include pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, burgers, and salads. For those looking for a plant-based option, try the roasted vegetable sandwich or the plant based BBQ burger. For dinner, you are welcome to have most of the options available for lunch, while having some heartier dishes to choose from including a roasted salmon, pot roast, and carved roast turkey.
Art of Animation’s Landscapes of Flavor
Art of Animation boasts a similar cafeteria style to the Pop Century, with five “mini restaurants” with quick service options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This casual dining experience has themed rooms to sit in, including a Lion King themed room with landscape art from the film. Breakfast options include French toast and egg and cheese sandwiches, house-made pancakes and waffles (including the famous mickey waffles), and plant based options like a pineapple freeze and a peanut butter protein buster.
For lunch, enjoy various pizza and pasta options, burgers and chicken strips, and salads, including a power salad with mixed kale, feta, and dried cranberries for those who want a lighter choice. For dinner, specialty items include a Mongolian grilled fish dish, tandoori boneless chicken thighs, and plant based options like a “cheddar” brioche burger and a vegetable soup.
All-Star Sports End Zone Food Court
All Star Sports also has a quick service cafeteria style restaurants. There are slightly less options for breakfast than at Art of Animation and Pop Century. However, you can still enjoy waffles, omelets, and breakfast meats. Lunch specialties include a turkey panini and chicken quesadilla, along with various burger options, pastas, and salads. Finally, dinner includes grilled steak, baked chicken, ramen bowl, and plant based options like a plant based protein burger and plant based chicken quesadilla.
All Star Movies also has a quick service cafeteria style restaurants. There are slightly less options for breakfast than at Art of Animation and Pop Century. You and your party can still enjoy pancakes and omelets. For lunch, dig into a grilled chicken sandwich, burgers and Italian options such as spinach artichoke pasta. Finally, for dinner, indulge in a steak & shrimp dish, orange chicken, or if you’re feeling creative, create-your-own-pasta!
Staying at a Value Resort doesn’t mean you won’t have tons of food options to enjoy with you and your party. Stop by one of the quick service counters for a hearty dinner, a healthy lunch, and a satisfying breakfast during your stay!
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