Downtown Disney

Downtown Disney is a dining hotspot. With over a dozen amazing table service restaurants conveniently located in a walkable area amongst shops and entertainment, everyone is sure to find something they love and satisfy any hunger.

  • AMC Dine-In Theaters – Dinner and movie gets a new name as the two concepts fuse into one at this dine-in theater. Services is seat-side and table top from a server who can be summoned with a call button. A full menu with appetizers, entrees, cocktails, and desserts is available. You can order just about anything – burgers, sandwiches, wraps, macaroni n’ cheese, quesadillas, pasta, and seafood dishes, and tacos to name a few. For those who want a more traditional experience there is plenty of popcorn, soda, and candy to be found. * Note this is one of the only table service restaurants where reservations are not accepted or needed.  L D S $-$$
  • Bongos Cuban Café –
  • Cap’n Jack’s Restaurant –
  • Crossroads at House of Blues –
  • The Dining Room at Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe –
  • Fulton’s Crab House –
  • Paradiso 37, Taste of the Americas –
  • Planet Hollywood –
  • Portobello Country Italian Trattoria –
  • Reglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant
  • Rainforest Cafe© at Downtown Disney – Dining here is like eating in the middle of a vibrant, tropical jungle. Tables are set in elaborately themed dining rooms surrounded by trees, waterfalls, and animals that periodically spring to life. Birds can be heard singing, insects chirp and thunderstorms roll in with a clap of thunder. The menu consists of American fare. Breakfast features various egg dishes, fresh fruit, and waffles. Lunch and dinner offer appetizers like nachos and salads, burgers, wraps, sandwiches and seafood offerings. There’s an extensive kids’ menu that is sure to have something for even the pickiest eater.  B L D $$-$$$
  • T-Rex – Travel to the prehistoric times and dine with the dinosaurs in this elaborately themed restaurant. Upon entering the dining area,  guests will see the bar wrapped around a large salt water fish tank. Atop of the tank is a giant octopus whose arms stretch out around colorful jellyfish suspended from a ceiling that looks like water. Further in, where the main dining area is, the are two large sections. One looks like its lost in the ice era, with fossils of dinos frozen in the ice. The other is rocky, looking as though you’re in a volcanic area. Lifelike dinosaurs are scattered around the entire restaurant, and they come to life to make guests feel as though they have actually gone back in time. The menu is expansive and sure to have something for everyone.
  • Wolfgang Puck Grand Cafe –