Disney Springs Food and Drink Guide

A look at food you can get at Disney Springs

Frontera Cocina serves up Mexican dishes by celebrity Chef Rick Bayless.

Disney Springs tastes a little different than its earlier life as Downtown Disney. 

Diners can tuck in to a dry-aged porterhouse for two at steakhouse STK, treat themselves to the raw bar at The Boathouse, or indulge in champagne and macarons from artisanal bakery Amorette's Patisserie.

Celebrity chefs have set up restaurants as well. The all-star lineup at Disney Springs includes a pan-Asian eatery by Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto; a Frontera outpost from six-time James Beard Foundation award winner Rick Bayless; and a Florida-centric spot called Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming the by two-time James Beard Foundation award winner. 

Don’t let the fancy restaurants scare you however - the shopping and entertainment district has plenty of options for more casual fare as well.  

The revamp includes some old favorites. Paddlefish (formerly Fulton’s Crab House) and Planet Hollywood Observatory recently received complete revamps to their menus and restaurants. 

We’ve got a full gallery packed with drool-worthy food pictures, but here’s just a look at some of the options. 


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