For starters (no pun intended), check out The Edison at The Landing – the industrial/gothic-themed entertainment venue with mouth-watering dishes. Or sink your teeth into The Polite Pig’s barbecue-rich menu in Town Center. But if you just want to whet your appetite for Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, then Marketplace’s Rainforest Café and T-REX are must-visits.
It’s fair to say that you won’t “go ahead and starve” at Disney Springs. And with over fifty dining options, you really can put Disney’s service to the test. There’s no shortage on variety, either, as delicacies range from Irish to Asian-themed and almost everything in between. And with plenty of food carts around, too, you needn’t sit in, so just to grab ‘n go and keep your adventure on the move.
Whether you’re visiting Disney Springs for the food, the shopping or the action, or all of it, prepare to experience the buzz of this classy entertainment district. Just remember to check ahead for opening hours for individual venues and make reservations for the likes of Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire. Then you’re free to turn your Disney Springs experience into an adventure in its own right.