We've Ranked The Table Service Restaurants At Disney's Deluxe Resorts

18. Garden View Tea Room

The beautiful Garden View Tea Room at Disney’s Grand Floridian plays host to several special teatime engagements. With its charming, elegant Victorian era-inspired setting overlooking the angelic gardens and pools, it’s no wonder why this little nook remains a sophisticated favorite. Many come for indulging endeavors from the ongoing event offerings, like Traditional Afternoon Tea featuring Twinings Tea and a full teatime menu. This is also the site for Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea, a special all-immersive and memorable engagement designed specifically for young princesses ages 3 to 9.

19. ’Ohana

It’s Hawaiian hospitality at its finest with this Polynesian Village Resort favorite, which is open for breakfast and dinner daily. Rightfully named for the Hawaiian word meaning “family,” it’s not surprising to learn that both breakfast and dinner offerings are served up in all-you-can-eat family-style fashion. Breakfast is presented as a special character dining meal in which Lilo, Stitch, and other friends in the Disney family make their way onsite to join guests for table visits, merriment, and an enticing array of traditional American classics and island fusion novelties alike. While not a character dining meal, dinner is also a lively and engaging pursuit with onsite antics, merriment, and of course delicious mouthwatering Hawaiian-style specialties.  

20. Beaches and Cream Soda Shop

Don’t let the name fool you. This isn’t your ordinary quick stop malt shop and soda fountain, but rather one of Walt Disney World’s favorite table service establishments. While we can’t deny that Beaches and Cream’s popularity does come primarily from the many ice cream novelties and sweet treats featured here, (including the famed Kitchen Sink sundae) they also boast a full menu of hearty American grill classics, available to diners for lunch and dinner each day. Located at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Beaches and Cream remains a great casual pick for a filling meal steeped in coastal nostalgia and reminisce

21. Olivia’s Café

Kick back and relax with this breezy Florida Keys-inspired dining spot, which rightfully makes its home at Disney’s Old Key West Resort. Savor tantalizing island flavors and fusions, from well-loved traditional American classics to notable house specialties that ring true to the island tropics. And the vast array of indulgent cocktails, smoothies, and other novelty treats aren’t to be missed either! Olivia’s Café is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

22. Turf Club Bar & Grille

A visit to Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort is just like venturing back through time to the late 19th/early 20thcentury in old New York state’s more rural side, laden with elite upscale country clubs, racetracks, and good-sported golf courses. From the cozy yet elegant dining room with its vintage equestrian memorabilia to the savory presentation of hardy American classic cuisine, discover for yourself why Turf Club Bar & Grille truly is a quaint, sometimes overlooked marvel of a restaurant. Many agree that it is one of Disney’s best-kept secrets, open for dinner daily.

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