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8 Best Quick Eats at Disney World Resorts

There are so many great places to get a quick bite around Walt Disney World.  Many guests forget about the resorts, but that would definitely be a mistake since there are so many great dining options at each of them. There are too many great options to mention, but we wanted to call out 8 of the best quick-eat options found at the Disney resorts. Take a look below.





 

8 – Cornbread Loaf – P&J’s Takeout, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground

You may be thinking, cornbread? Yes, P &J’s Southern Takeout at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground is one of the things we look forward to when visiting our favorite campground. The loaf is perfectly sized for a quick eat that’s filling and delicious! You can order it as a side on its own, or it also comes with select entrees and family meals! Don’t miss this one! We love it!

7 – Lemon-Caper Tuna Salad – Maji Pool Bar, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village

This is a very unique and tasty take on tuna salad. It is then served with pita, carrots, and celery sticks. It is light and refreshing for a day at the pool, and a perfect quick eat option to tide you over until you have a larger meal.

6 – Roasted Half-Chicken– The Mara, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House

The chicken is perfectly cooked and delicious. It is served with roasted potatoes and sweet corn succotash. The location also offers a variety of flatbreads, sandwiches, ribs, and more, so you are sure to find something perfect for the entire family.

5 – Loaded Potato Barrels – Martha’s Vineyard, Disney’s Beach Club Resort 

Don’t miss the loaded potato barrels served with sour cream, cheese, green onion, and bacon. Delicious! Martha’s Vineyard is only open for the later hours and is more of a lounge-type place, so you can snack on these with a delicious drink after a long day in the parks!


 

4 – Market Nachos – El Mercado de Coronado, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Nachos are a guilty pleasure of mine, so I can’t resist them. I love that at this location, you can pick your own nacho toppings. You have a base of corn tortilla chips, then a choice of chicken or beef. You get them topped with cheese sauce and refried beans. Then you can pick from a variety of other toppings. It’s not the healthiest option in the world, but calories don’t count at Disney!

Mickey Beignets

3 – Beignets – Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory, Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort

You can’t visit this resort and not try the beignets. They are the perfect taste of New Orleans right within Walt Disney World. You can also add dipping sauces, including caramel, raspberry, or chicory coffee ganache, for an additional charge. Definitely get enough for the whole family as these will go quick!

2 – Pot Roast – Everything POP Shopping & Dining, Disney’s Pop Century Resort

This is a classic that will give you the complete comfort food feel while on vacation. This is straight from “Mom’s Kitchen” at the resort and is braised beef cooked in a Red Wine gravy with onions, carrots, and celery served with green beans and mashed potatoes and gravy. There are a few other favorites from “Mom’s Kitchen,” as well as a variety of other grill items. You definitely won’t go hungry!

1 – Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich – The Artist’s Palette, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

How about a unique ham and cheese sandwich? This comes with Black Forest Ham, smoked Gouda, Dijon mustard, herbed oil, and Quattro Formaggi spread on Ciabatta bread and served with house-made Saratoga Chips. It is rich and tasty, which makes it a perfect quick-eat option.

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Christy Caby

Hi! I’m Christy, and I am a wife and mother of 2 young boys (ages 5 and 2). I first fell in love with Disney when my mom took me when I was a child. After that I proceeded to go to WDW for my senior trip with my friends, and I completed a year in the Disney College Program (working in merchandise at Mickey’s of Hollywood at Disney’s Hollywood Studios). I shared my love of Disney with my now husband and sucked him in. He proposed at Disney, we honeymooned at Disney, we started bringing our boys before they were born and then as early as 8 weeks old. We then continued to vacation to Walt Disney World 2-3 times per year. We decided that what makes more sense than just moving to Orlando so that we could live the Disney life and be here for all of our favorite events and seasons every year. That is exactly what we did! Now we are at the parks a couple times a week and go for most events and major holidays. We can’t get enough and get to experience Disney in a whole different way. I love to share this love and passion for all things Disney with the world and hope that I can help others appreciate the magic that Walt Disney World has to offer!
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