Amazing Disney Springs Restaurants | Places to Eat

When you add up all the table service restaurants, quick service locations and snack stands throughout Disney Springs, there are over 60+ places to grab something to eat.

In this story, we’re going to share with your the best and worst Disney Springs restaurants and which food and drinks to order when you visit.

It’s perfectly positioned on the edge of the water at The Landing and has awesome outdoor seating in the back to sit back and watch the world go by.


The menu is pretty large and features fried green tomatoes, deviled eggs, hush puppies, fried chicken, cheddar drop biscuits, braised short ribs, and country-fried steak.

Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’

The food always feels extremely fresh and the dishes inspired, and we’ve rarely ordered something we would never get again.

Morimoto Asia

The menu is a lot bigger than you would think and has many shareable small plates, charcuterie, salads, and entrees like skirt steak and sea bass.

Wine Bar George

The menu offers famous Iberian ham, Spanish meats, cheeses, wines, and a wide variety of delicious seafood, meats, salads, tapas, and paella.

Jaleo by José Andrés

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