Posted by on Mar 16, 2013 in Food | 0 comments

World-class restaurants, dazzling entertainment and different shops line the waterfront at Downtown Disney area.

Downtown Disney during the night is very busy. If you try to wing your dinner meals, you shouldn’t be suprised if you have to wait a while. I’ve noticed lines out of the door at Rainforest Cafe, Tortilla Jo’s, and Naples Ristorante Pizzeria.

Shop within the world’s largest Disney store, dine amid life-size prehistoric creatures, bowl a game title at the 30-lane alley and more. This fun-filled district includes Downtown Disney West Side, Downtown Disney Marketplace and Pleasure Island. Parking and admittance to Downtown Disney area are complimentary.

Fulton’s Crab House in Downtown Disney

Fulton’s Crab Home is one of two Downtown Disney restaurants situated on the waterfront. The restaurant is really located inside a giant riverboat that’s docked around the lake and the seafood is flown in fresh from ports around the world. Choose from over 50 seafood entrees, a couple,000+ wine list and specialty menus throughout the holiday season. Fulton’s also serves a reasonably extensive seafood menu, so there is something for everyone in the family.

Dining in Downtown Disney

Dining in Downtown Disney

Planet Hollywood
Included in the national Planet Hollywood chain, you’ll be star struck by the movie memorabilia the that adorns the walls. Salads, sandwiches, burgers or pasta – stay in for lunch, dinner or a night time snack.

Portobello Restaurant

Portobello is one of the newer restaurants in Downtown Disney. You may enjoy traditional family style dining indoors or in the backyard, and choose from specialty dishes including mozzarella stuffed rice balls, linguine with clams, the ravioli gigante and grilled Florida snapper. The restaurant also serves a sizable menu of Italian and American wines.

House of Blues

Home of Blues is a popular Downtown Disney restaurant for that Sunday brunch, an all-you-can-eat buffet that has traditional Southern dishes including chicken jambalaya, smoked catfish and made-to-order omelets. You are able to settle in for the authentic gospel music celebration when you dine, and spend all of those other day exploring the Downtown Disney Marketplace. The standard menu is also served in the primary restaurant. Choose from the classic Blues Burger, a conventional Shrimp Po-Boy sandwich and other Southern favorites.

Earl of Sandwich

This restaurant provides a vast array of soups, salads, wraps and desserts in addition to their signature sandwiches using fresh artisan breads. Earl of Sandwich features 14 different sandwiches, such as the Original 1792, with roast beef, sharp cheddar cheese and creamy horseradish.