It’s no secret that foodies like myself plan trips to Walt Disney World just to enjoy the food and drinks! Small bites, buffets, poolside cocktails, stout brews and bubbly from around the world are abundant at Walt Disney World. Lucky for us, this magical place is always changing and they continue to amp up the eats on property.
Dahlia Lounge – Coronado Springs Resort
Coronado Springs Resort underwent a major makeover and so did the dining options at resort restaurants! Dahlia Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail and small bites. Menu offerings like a blue cheese, fig and honeycomb tapa, savory oregano lemon and romesco churros and Spanish charcuterie boards are divine. If you are looking to skip the cocktails, we suggest enjoying the Joffrey’s Coffee pressed pot, you can purchase a pot with two servings for nine dollars.
Wine Bar George- Disney Springs, The Landing
Open for brunch, lunch and dinner Wine Bar George is a crowd pleaser with an expansive menu full of fresh and savory bites that pair excellently with incredible wine options. The family style plates are a great option for groups of four with entrees like skirt steak and roasted vegetables, wine braised chicken or a whole grilled sea bass. Dessert is the best part of the meal with options like olive oil cake and Florida key lime pie on the menu. Wine lovers cannot miss ending their meal on a sweet note with the chocolate experience. This twenty five dollar dessert pairing demonstration showcases three wines alongside three perfectly complimentary chocolates.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo – Hollywood Studios, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
If you are looking for an immersive dining experience you will not be disappointed by this new Disney dive. Located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge this quick service restaurant transports guests to a hanger bay. Open for three meals daily guests can enjoy dishes with a galactic spin. Adaptations on fried chicken, shrimp salad, and beef pot roast are on the menu with prices ranging from around fifteen to twenty dollars per entrée.