If you are looking for some good places to eat outside of the Disney Parks, Disney Springs has what you need! Check out the top places to eat at Disney Springs. If you haven’t been to Disney Springs lately there have been some huge changes, including a great selections of restaurants.
Top Places To Eat at Disney Springs
Lets take a look at the options at Disney Springs.
Date Night : STK Steakhouse
STK is a perfect place for a date night for mom and dad. I wouldn’t suggest taking the kids if you are going to be dinning in.
The atmosphere at STK is upscale. If you are planning on eating at STK be prepared for delicious steak, seafood, and great appetizers. During dinner, an in house DJ is playing music and the lights are dim. It can be loud but it suits the restaurant and has a good vibe. Traveling alone to Disney Springs without my family this was a perfect option for me to grab a drink and enjoy a steak. If you have little ones make sure and leave them with a babysitter. Dining at STK with children is possible. Ask to be seated upstairs on the rooftop. The rooftop has more room and not as noisy.
STK is accepting advanced reservations through the Disney World website. Disney dinning plans are accepted. If you want to include STK in your dinning plan make sure you chose the dinning plan that has STK included in it.
Family Dining: Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming
If you are looking for family and home cooking Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming is the restaurant for you. I was able to eat dinner at Homecoming one night and I ordered the famous fried chicken. The atmosphere does reflect a down home southern family dinner. The restaurant seats quite a few people and has large tables for big groups.
Unfortunately when I visited, our food order got lost and the server apologized for the mishap. The manager brought out a few appetizers to hold us over.
I order the famous fried chicken and it came complete with hot sauces drizzled on it. If you don’t like hot sauce they will ask if you want it on the chicken or on the side. The chicken plate included a drumstick and two fried chicken breasts and two sides. I was extremely impressed with the fried chicken.
Disney dining plans accepted.
Fun and Food: Splitsville
Splitsville is the epitome of fun and food at Disney Springs. You can bowl and eat sushi! Yes, you read that right! Bowling alley sushi, which is delicious by the way. Also, Splitsvilles offers the traditional bowling alley food such as nachos, burgers, french fries, beer and a full bar.
Book a lane online to avoid the wait-list. Disney dining plans are accepted.
Brunch: House of Blues – Gospel Brunch
If you are at Disney Springs on a Sunday be sure and catch the House of Blues Gospel Brunch. House of Blues offers a brunch buffet complete with salad, peel and eat shrimp, chicken and waffles, and a few lunch options.
What the real treat of the Gospel Brunch is local singers singing traditional and contemporary gospel songs. Great food and a good message you can’t go wrong with the House of Blues Gospel Brunch.
Dining plans are accepted at House of Blues.
Quick Meals: Earl Of Sandwich
When I ate at Earl of Sandwich during lunch time the line wrapped around inside and was out the door. Due to the long wait, I was extra hungry. Just like other Earl of Sandwiches around the country it serves up fresh hot sandwiches, chips, and dessert.
I ordered the turkey delight which was like eating Thanksgiving dinner in a sandwich.
Some dining plans accepted are Earl of Sandwich check with your plan to see if you can use it here.
Resort Dining: Lakeview Restaurant
With a breakfast buffet, complete with a omelet bar, Mickey waffles, cereal, muffins, fruit, and all you can eat bacon the Disney Character Breakfast is perfect for families.
Also, the best part is that characters stay and entertain the kiddos for as long as the kids want and they don’t mind selfies either.
The Lakeview Restaurant is open daily: Breakfast Daily 7:30 – 10:30 AM and Dinner Daily 5 – 10 PM.
With so many good choices to eat at Disney Spring, which restaurant is your favorite?