Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
Feeling adventurous? Head to Trader Sam’s Grove Grotta in the Polynesian Resort to feel as though you’re in the South Seas. Enjoy fun bites like sushi, poke and a variety of island style cocktails. This spot will be the happiest of hours!
Victoria & Albert’s
For a fine dining experience you’ll never forget, make a reservation at Victoria & Alberts. Not only is this an extremely beautiful and upscale spot, the food matches. The menu varies, but prepare to dine on not three, but seven courses. This is an essential dining experience when visiting Disney World that no one will forget!
Docking Bay 7
With Galaxy’s Edge blowing guests away with its scenery, irresistible photo ops, and roaming characters – there must be slack in some area, right? Wrong! Unlike many amusement parks, Walt Disney World is admired for going the extra mile. This is evident in almost everything they touch. In this case, Disney chose to offer more than safe burgers and bland chicken finger meals. Today, we’re going to specifically talk about the delicious counter-service restaurant that is Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Following the shining examples of dining options in Toy Story Land and Pandora: World of Avatar, Galaxy’s Edge can also boast of a quick-restaurant that doesn’t skimp on quality or creativity.
“O’hana” means family, and you’ll want to bring yours to either the family-style breakfast or sumptuous dinner at O’hana inside the Polynesian Resort. At breakfast you'll share scrambled eggs, fruits, breads, island-style potatoes and Hawaiian pork sausages while visiting Lilo, Stitch and other Disney pals too! For dinner, a selection of Pan-Asian favorites including skewer after skewer of Steak, chicken and shrimp. Whether you choose to dine for breakfast or dinner, you'll want to reserve a table in advance.