4. Boatwright’s Dining Hall
Shared between both of the Port Orleans resorts, Boatwright’s Dining Hall may be rather low on our list, but in our opinion, it is still worth visiting. Set in a rustic shipyard warehouse, this eatery gives the perfect New Orleans seaside vibe.
Just as you might expect, the menu at Boatwright’s consists of New Orleans-style cooking. From jambalaya and cornbread to Mississippi mud pie and pecan pie, there is something for all palates at this dining location. This makes it a great place for groups with varying tastes.
Of course, the staff matches the decor and theme by providing plenty of New Orleans hospitality.
5. Maya Grill
Finally, there is Maya Grill in Coronado Springs Resort. This restaurant—much like the rest of the resort—is a bit forgettable. That said, there is nothing wrong with the food here. For this reason, if Maya Grill is close and convenient, we encourage you to try it once for yourself.
On the menu you’ll find food with Latin, Mexican, and Spanish influences, and a nice variety that helps keep everyone in your party happy. Most people enjoy the shrimp tacos and fajitas, and the queso is quite good here as well.
The staff here is about what you’d expect from any Disney location, and that’s definitely a good thing, as it means you’ll be receiving top-notch service.
Deciding where to eat when you’re at Disney World can be challenging. As you can tell from this list, almost every choice is a good one, and with so many good choices, you may be left feeling overwhelmed. Our advice is to pick based on your personal food tastes, and then plan a return trip so you can try more amazing places next time.
After all, you can never have too much Disney!