Over the past few years, Palm Beach Happening has had the privilege to visit Walt Disney World, located in beautiful Lake Buena Vista, on several occasions. We’re sure that many of you also take the opportunity to visit the happiest place on Earth as often as possible.
For this reason, after some exhaustive research, we have come up with a list of our top five places to grab a bite to eat at Disney Springs.
1) Boathouse – This maritime themed eatery fits in exceptionally well with the theming and overall vibe of the Disney Shopping District. With a menu that features not only amazing seafood but also yummy steakhouse quality items, this well appointed dining spot should be on your list of to do spots for your upcoming trip.
2) STK – Keeping with the steakhouse theme, STK offers up some of the finest high quality meats in the “world.” The vibe is unique, to say the least, with the sounds of Snoop Dogg, David Bowie, and everything in between being spun by their DJ. However, the food is definitely the star here.
3) Sprinkles – One cannot live on meat alone! Sometimes all you need is a cupcake and some ice cream. This spot, which is much better now that the crowds have died down a bit, offers up a wide variety of cupcakes, as well as homemade ice cream, cookies, and more. Anyone with a hankering for something sweet should definitely stop in.
4) Homecomin’ Kitchen – Down home Southern flavors deserve a place of honor at Disney Springs, and this happy place delivers hands down. The fried chicken is to die for, the fried green tomatoes are tat and sweet (is that even possible?) and the macaroni and cheese takes you to a level of flavorfulness that should probably be outlawed! Yes, they are that good!
5) Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar – One of the best parts about being on vacation is that you don’t have to feel guilty about grabbing an adult beverage at 11 a.m.! This bar, themed to the world of our favorite explorer, Dr. Henry (Indiana) Jones, Jr., draws inspiration from the journeys that the good doctor and his pilot shared over the years. The drinks are strong, and very good, but the attraction is the various props and other decor that draws you into the movies.
Of course, this list only scratches the surface of the amazing drinking and dining options available at Disney Springs. What are your favorite places to embibe and consume mass quantities at the “Springs?”