DVC Resorts at Walt Disney World are fantastic places to stay. Many great restaurants are located on DVC resort property. Quick-Service dining locations are important for guests staying at these resorts. It’s great to be able to grab a quick bite before heading out for a long day at the parks, or to indulge in a late-night snack when you return. Here is a look at what quick service dining locations are available at each DVC Resort.
Contempo Café – Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Located inside the Contemporary Resort near DVC Bay Lake Tower, Contempo Café is a casual-style quick-service dining location perfect for resort guests. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this café is located under where the monorail enters the resort. Enjoy the lively resort while you watch the monorail and gaze upon Mary Blair’s 90 foot mural.
Contempo Cafe serves eggs, waffles, breakfast meats, fruit, oatmeal, and pastries for breakfast. If you are stopping by for lunch or dinner you can look forward to chicken, salads, burgers, sandwiches, flatbreads, and plant-based meals.
Roaring Fork – Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is home to DVC Resorts Boulder Village and Copper Creek. Roaring Fork is inside of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. This quick-service dining location serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and also has a menu just for late-night snacks. Roaring Fork is filled with various stations including some grab and go, and has a great atmosphere which matches that of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
Roaring Fork serves specialty “Bear Claws” for breakfast, as well as classics such as eggs, omelets, mickey-shaped waffles, quiche, egg and cheese croissants, oatmeal, and fruit. For lunch and dinner you can expect to find barbeque brisket, pulled pork, meatloaf, burgers, chicken strips, sandwiches, salads, and a variety of desserts and bakery items. The late-night menu consists of deli sandwiches, salads, and tons of bakery items.
The Mara – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is home to The Mara, a quick-service dining location named after a river that flows through Kenya. This quick-service restaurant is located in the main lodge building near the main pool. Serving classic grab and go entrees and snacks for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Mara serves breakfast classics, burgers, chicken, salads, flatbreads, and sandwiches for lunch and dinner, and bakery items, desserts, chips, and grab-and-go fruit as snacks.
Beach Club Marketplace – Disney’s Beach Club
Beach Club Marketplace located at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a class quick-service dining spot. Beach Club Marketplace is a quaint little restaurant that is adjacent to a shop which sells souvenirs and necessities like sunscreen or diapers.
Beach Club Marketplace serves breakfast classics like waffles, eggs, bacon, and other breakfast meats. For lunch and dinner guests can enjoy chili cheese hotdogs, a wide variety of deli sandwiches, pasta, macaroni and cheese, salads, and bakery items.
Boardwalk Deli – Disney’s Boardwalk
Boardwalk Deli at Disney’s Boardwalk is a quick-service restaurant themed after classic American delis of the Northeast. This Deli serves up unique offerings that you can’t find anywhere else on Disney property. Sandwiches like warm pastrami Ruben’s, grilled cheese sandwiches, wraps, Italian subs, and salads. For breakfast, Boardwalk Deli serves house-made warm bagels and bagel sandwiches.
Good’s Food To Go – Disney’s Old Key West Resort
Walk right up to this grab-and-go quick-service restaurant at Disney’s Old Key West Resort. Good’s Food To Go is open to the outdoors and reminiscent of Florida’s beachside restaurants. Grab breakfast classics in the morning, or lunch and dinner favorites like burgers, chicken strips, nachos, and hot dogs. Take your food to a nearby picnic table, or enjoy poolside! Good’s Food To Go is all about a laid-back Florida experience.
Capt. Cook’s – Disney Polynesian Resort
Capt. Cook’s is located inside Disney’s Polynesian Resort, on the bottom floor, near the exit to the pool. Capt. Cook’s is lightly themed to match Polynesian’s Hawaiian flair.. It serves great food and gets the job of quick-service done. You can either inside or enjoy your food outdoors at nearby tables. Capt. Cook’s is the only place other than Kona Café that you can get the famous Tonga Toast for breakfast. For lunch and dinner, Capt. Cook’s offers Hawaiian-inspired pulled pork, Walt’s Famous Chili, house made wonton chips, and Asian-style noodle salad.
Primo Piatto – Disney’s Riviera
Disney’s newest DVC Resort, Disney’s Riviera, has a quick-service restaurant to match its European flair. Primo Piatto is a relaxing space that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests will dine surrounded by large windows as natural light floods into the dining space.
Primo Piatto serves luxury breakfast items like French Toast bread pudding, blueberry-lemon pancakes, frittatas, and a variety of eggs and breakfast meats. For lunch and dinner guests can enjoy margherita pizzas, lasagna, meatballs, tomato soup, and Greek salad.
How frequently do you dine at quick-service restaurants when you stay at a Disney resort? Which quick-service restaurant is your favorite to enjoy? Let us know in the comments below.
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