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Best Eats At Disney Springs (And Drinks!)

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Here are the best eats (and drinks) at Disney Springs---whether you are looking for a tasty appetizer or refreshing cocktail, we've got it.

There are 63 dining options at Disney Springs. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s an overwhelming number. How do you decide which ones to try? We can help!

Here are the best eats at Disney Springs, and drinks, too. Whether you are looking for a delicious appetizer or hearty meal, refreshing glass of wine or a little bit of tequila, our best eats at Disney Springs list has something for you. 



Mac And Cheese Balls

Where: Wine Bar George

Let’s kick off our best eats at Disney Springs article with a really yummy appetizer–Mac and Cheese Balls from Wine Bar George.

The macaroni and cheese is ooey and gooey, while the coating is light and crispy. Although these Mac and Cheese Balls are deep fried, they aren’t greasy at all. The tomato nage and pecorino only make the Mac and Cheese Balls more desirable. 

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Crispy Eggplant Fries

Where: Terralina Crafted Italian

Terralina Crafted Italian’s Crispy Eggplant Fries are a must order. They are crispy on the outside and soft inside. Don’t skip dipping your Crispy Eggplant Fries in the Lemon-Caper Aïoli–it’s a great combination!

Terralina Crafted Italian's Crispy Eggplant Fries make our list of best eats at Disney Springs.

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Lobster Corn Dogs

Where: Paddlefish

Yes, you read that correctly. Paddlefish has Lobster Corn Dogs for an appetizer. And let me tell you, they’re awesome! The concept is pretty simple–succulent lobster inside of corn dog batter. While I think they’re tasty on their own, the accompanying sweet chili aioli makes them even better.

Lobster Corn Dogs from Paddlefish at Disney Springs.

The Big Board

Where: Wine Bar George

The Big Board is an artisanal cheese board and charcuterie board all rolled into one. It includes a mix of six artisanal cheeses and five crafted meats plus condiments. This appetizer from Wine Bar George is perfect whether you are dining with your significant other or a large group of people. 

The Big Board from Wine Bar George is on our list of best eats at Disney Springs.
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Chicken Parmesan

Where: Terralina Crafted Italian

I consider myself a Chicken Parmesan connoisseur, and Terralina Crafted Italian’s is delicious! The chicken itself is crispy and has just the right amount of marinara sauce and melted cheese on top. This Chicken Parmesan is only made better by adding freshly grated Parmesan cheese.

Terralina Crafted Italian's Chicken Parmesan makes our list of best eats at Disney Springs.

Fish & Chips

Where: Paddlefish

The Fish & Chips at Paddlefish is phenomenal! You don’t even need to dip your beer battered flounder in the tartar sauce. I’ve eaten Fish & Chips all over, and this was hands down the best I’ve ever eaten. 

Fish & Chips from Paddlefish at Disney Springs.

Chicken Tenders And Fries

Where: Chicken Guy!

Chicken tenders and french fries are two other items that I consider myself an expert on. Let me tell you, the chicken tenders and fries from Chicken Guy! are some of the best I’ve ever had. The batter used to coat the chicken has a kick to it, as does the fry seasoning.

Pair your meal with one of Chicken Guy!’s 22 sauces, like Donkey Sauce, Bourbon Brown Sugar BBQ, Nashville Hot Honey, Spicy Mayo, or Garlic Parmesan.

Chicken Guy makes our list of best eats at Disney Springs.

Penne And Shrimp

Where: Terralina Crafted Italian

Terralina Crafted Italian’s Parmesan Cream sauce is to die for. While I ordered the Penne and Shrimp (without Spinach or Cherry Tomatoes), I’m betting any dish here with Parmesan Cream is fantastic. 

Terralina Crafted Italian's Penne and Shrimp makes our list of best eats at Disney Springs.

Snow Crab Boil

Where: Paddlefish

Paddlefish’s made-to-order Snow Crab Boil comes with 10 ounces of Snow Crab, sweet corn on the cob, red potatoes, and cornbread. The crab legs are cooked perfectly, so cracking them is a breeze. 

Here is the Snow Crab Boil from Paddlefish at Disney Springs.

Disney Springs Dessert

Chocolate Gelato

Where: Terralina Crafted Italian

The best way to end your meal at Terralina Crafted Italian is with a scoop of Gelato. The Chocolate is great choice–it’s super rich and creamy.

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Ghirardelli Chocolate Brownie á la Mode

Where: Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop 

There’s no better way to finish a long day at Disney than by eating a dessert from Disney Springs’ Ghirardelli. The menu is huge and whatever dessert you order is sure to be delicious.

The Ghirardelli Chocolate Brownie á la Mode (ice cream, Ghirardelli Chocolate Sauce, and Ghirardelli Mini Dark Chocolate Chips) is a great option when you want dessert, but don’t want a huge sundae. 



Caposaldo Prosecco, Frosé, and Jorge’s Red Sangria

Where: Wine Bar George

I am a huge Prosecco fan–I drink it nearly everywhere I go. Wine Bar George’s Caposaldo Prosecco is one of the best glasses of Prosecco I’ve ever had. It has a fruity taste and pairs well with the restaurant’s appetizers.

Stop by Wine Bar George or the quick service window, The Basket at Wine Bar George, for a Frosé. Made of rosé, vodka, and raspberry, this frozen drink is delicious and super refreshing in the Florida heat.

Tip: Buy a Wine Bar George Corkcicle for your Frosé to keep it cold. You can reuse your Corkcicle at Wine Bar George each time you purchase a drink.

If you like Red Sangria, you will love Wine Bar George’s! It’s a family recipe, so I can’t tell you what’s in it–but you will probably order a second glass. It’s that tasty!

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Frozen Bellini

Where: Terralina Crafted Italian

I enjoy a Bellini from time to time, but Terralina Crafted Italian’s Frozen Bellini is on a whole different level. Made with Peach, Zardetto private cuvée prosecco, Rothman & Winter Orchard Peach liqueur, it is refreshing, unique, and has a beautiful presentation.

Terralina Crafted Italian's Frozen Bellini makes our best eats at Disney Springs list.

Caribbean Breeze Sorbet Buzz Pop Cocktail

Where: Paddlefish

Treat yourself to a cocktail in a pushpop at Disney Springs’ Paddlefish restaurant. The Caribbean Breeze Sorbet (pineapple, orange, Premium White Rum) tastes like rum punch and will have you feeling like you’re on a tropical vacation.

Buzz Pop Cocktail from Paddlefish.

Pancho’s Margarita

Where: Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

The Hangar Bar is one of Disney Springs’ themed bars: Quench your thirst for action at this 1940s airplane hangar turned dive bar—ex-home of Indiana Jones’ sidekick and pilot. While I had no interest in playing into the Indiana Jones narrative, I was interested in the Pancho’s Margarita. Made with Don Julio Reposado Tequila, Grand Marnier, and fresh Sweet-and-Sour, it was really good. 

A margarita from the Hanger Bar makes our list of best eats at Disney Springs.

Sabine Rosé

Where: Wine Bar George

The Sabine Rosé is one of Wine Bar George’s eight wines on tap. It’s a great Rosé and you can’t beat enjoying a glass of wine in Wine Bar George’s relaxed atmosphere. 

Fun Fact: Wine Bar George is the only Master Sommelier-led wine bar in Florida. George Miliotes (the owner) is one of only 274 Master Sommeliers in the world.

The Rosé on tap at Wine Bar George is on our list of best eats at Disney Springs.


Where: Wine Bar George

Get your Dole Whip fix outside of Walt Disney World with Wine Bar George’s Froscato. Made from Dole Whip pineapple, moscato, and vodka, it’s really, really good!



Cibatta Bread and Pickled Vegetables

Where: Terralina Crafted Italian

As if several of Terralina Crafted Italian’s dishes hadn’t made it on our list of best eats at Disney Springs, the bread, pickled vegetables, and olive oil would be enough alone to visit. 

A bonus on our list of best eats at Disney Springs is Terralina Crafted Italian's Cibatta Bread and Pickled Vegetables.

Enjoy Eating At Disney Springs

No matter where you choose to dine at Disney Springs, you are sure to have a good meal. Hopefully, our best eats at Disney Springs will help narrow down your choices!

Some of my meals in this post were paid for by the restaurant. As always, reviews and opinions are 100% mine and unbiased.

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