There’s a huge variety of places to eat at the Disney parks from sandwiches to fast-food to sit down dining, character buffets and either high class dining solutions.
One of the important things to remember is that you never have to order from the set menu, although it may save you money if you do. A la carte is completely fine.
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Disney's Hotel Santa Fe
Disney's Hotel Cheyenne
- Main Street USA:
- Cable Car Bake Shop
- Casey's Corner
- Cookie Kitchen
- Market House Deli
- Plaza Gardens Restaurant
- The Coffee Grinder
- The Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlour
- The Ice Cream Company
- Victoria's Home Style Restaurant
- Walt's - An American Restaurant
- Cowboy Cookout Barbecue
- Fuente del Oro Restaurant
- Last Chance Cafe
- Silver Spur Steakhouse
- The Lucky Nugget Saloon
- Blue Lagoon Restaurant
- Colonel Hathi's Pizza Outpost
- Restauarant Agrabah Café
- Restaurant Hakuna Matata
- Au Chalet de la Marionnette
- Auberge de Cendrillon
- Fantasia Gelati
- Pizzeria Bella Notte
- Toad Hall Restaurant
- Buzz Lightyear's Pizza Planet
- Café Hyperion
There are a few types of restaurant:
Buffet restaurants - Unlimited food, just fill up your plate from all the food offered as many times as you want.
Fast food/ Counter service - Much like mcdonalds, order your meal and it will be with you in seconds. Everything from burgers and chips, to chicken to pizza and pasta.
Sit down - These are restaurants where you order from a menu, are served by a waiter who then brings your food.
Character buffets - These are available throughout the day and are all-you-can eat places where characters come around to interact with you and take photos.
- For buffets, kids prices apply for those aged 3 to 11 years of age.
- Teen menus are also available at some restaurants and are...
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