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Disney World in Orlando, FL, one of the world’s best places for family vacations, has more than 100 restaurants and eateries to offer, providing a variety of choices that every member of the family will surely enjoy.

Dining options at Disney World come in every budget range, from under $14 per person, to over $90 per person. International cuisines as well as favorite fast foods abound in this magical land in Orlando, FL for ultimate dream vacations for the entire family.

Make your Disney World Orlando, FL vacations sumptuous by trying out dining, dinner show, casual dining, lounges, quick service restaurants, signature dining, special and unique dining, and themed dining. If you are feeling adventurous, try all kinds of food - you can have African, American, Asian, British, Californian, Chinese, Cuban, French, German, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Mediterranean, Mexican, Modern American, Moroccan, Norwegian, Polynesian, Scandinavian, Seafood, Steakhouse, and Southern American dishes.

Character dining

Some of the character dining restaurants in Disney World Orlando, FL include Chef Mickey’s, a restaurant located at Disney’s Contemporary Resort that serves American buffet for breakfast and dinner. Here, you can dine with Chef Mickey at $15 to $29 per person.

Cinderella’s Royal Table - Dream Dining, located at the Fantasyland in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom park, offers an all-you-care-to-eat American feast in Cinderella’s castle. They serve breakfast set menu and lunch prix fixe menu at $30 to $50 per person.

The Crystal Palace at Epcot Pavilion: The Land American offers a willy nilly delicious buffet with Winnie the Pooh and friends. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner at $15 to $29 per person.

Dinner show

Some of the dinner shows to check out are Disney’s Spirit of Aloha Show, an all-you care-to-eat family-style feast celebrating Polynesian traditions, al fresco. The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is also perfect if you want a foot stompin’ good feast that serves American dishes. Finally there’s Mickey’s Backyard BBQ, a country western show that serves American all-you-care-to-eat Character picnic.

Casual Dining

For some casual dining, check out The Fountain, an all-American venue serving favorites such as burger, fries, and home made ice cream. You can also try the ESPN club, the ultimate broadcast entertainment venue that serves American lunch, dinner, and snack a la carte. If you want delectable dishes from Italy, Spain, Greece, France, and Morocco, then try the Fresh Mediterranean Market.

Fast Casual Dining

Some fast casual dining options include the Sunshine Season Food Fair, which serves an array of American dishes from baked potatoes and pasta to soups, salads, and barbecues. There’s also The Artist’s Palette, which provides you with a unique dining experience inspired by an artist’s loft.


The Crockett's Tavern is the best place to lounge. It offers a full-service bar of smoothies and features pizzas, appetizers, and other great American Meals.

Quick Service Restaurant

The ABC Commissary is a quick service restaurant that offers an international selection of full meals. Also try the Avalunch for some light entrée, snack, or dessert, before you take on Mounty Gushmore at Disney’s Blizzard Beach.

Signature Dining

For some signature dining, some options include the Bistro de Paris, an intimate dining experience serving traditional French cuisine; California Grill, for some West Coast American cuisine; and Citricos, for a taste of the Mediterranean.

Special and Unique Dining

Special and unique dining can be had at Bongos Cuban Café, Gloria Estefan’s stylish Cuban restaurant; the Coral Reef Restaurant, for dining under the sea with a view of water inhabitants; and the Garden View Lounge, where you are taken back in time for some tea cakes and traditional selections of teas.

Themed Dining

Choose from a wide array of themed dining, including the 50’s Prime Time Café, a Fifties-themed restaurant inspired by Mom’s kitchenette; and Rainforest Café, a wild dining experience with erupting volcanoes, cascading waterfalls, and animated thunder, lightning, and jungle creatures.

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