5 Best Disney Springs Restaurants

One of the best parts about Disney Springs is the food options.

Disney Springs restaurants offer a diverse range of culinary experiences. The top picks include T-Rex Cafe, Raglan Road, an Irish Pub; The Boathouse, known for surf and turf; Homecomin’, upscale comfort food; Frontera Cocina, serving Mexican cuisine; and Enzo’s Hideaway, an underground Italian speakeasy.

TIP: Reservations are recommended for these popular dining spots.

Our favorites are always changing, as of now, in this guide, these are our current favorites.

We hope this guide helps you create a great dining experience on your next trip to Disney Springs.

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Introduction to Disney Springs Restaurants

Because there are so many Disney Springs restaurants to pick from, we wanted to give you insights on our top five list of best Disney Springs restaurants.

At first look, it may seem that all the Disney Springs restaurants don’t offer too many options when it comes to unique experiences, flavors, or budgets.

However, we have created a list of our top five favorite Disney Springs restaurants offering the best of all criteria for anyone and any tastebuds desires.

As of writing this, there are 53 Disney Springs restaurants.

With so many options, it can be hard for even us Nerds to choose our favorite Disney Springs restaurants.

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Best Disney Springs restaurants

1. T-Rex Cafe

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Walking into the T-Rex Café is like stepping into another world—a prehistoric era where the majestic creatures of the past come to life amidst the roars and sounds of the ancient earth. From the moment I step inside, the bustling atmosphere envelops me, transporting me to a time when dinosaurs ruled the land. The detailed, life-sized models tower above, making me feel like an adventurer in an untamed land, every visit a new exploration.

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The décor is a spectacle in itself, with each area themed around different prehistoric environments. Whether I’m dining near the ice age or under the watchful eyes of a giant octopus, the immersive settings make every meal an adventure. The periodic “meteor showers” add to the thrill, lighting up the ceiling with a dazzling display that never fails to amaze me.

But it’s not just the atmosphere that draws me back time and time again—it’s the menu, a delightful journey through contemporary cuisine with playful twists that nod to the prehistoric theme. Each dish, from the ominously named “Tyrannosaurus T-Bone” to the “Jurassic Chicken Tidbits” for the little explorers, is a discovery of flavors.

The creativity doesn’t stop at the main courses. The cocktails, with names like “Caveman Punch” and “Prehistoric Margarita,” are not only delicious but also an integral part of the T-Rex experience, served with a flourish that matches the restaurant’s whimsical nature.

And let’s not forget the desserts—towering creations that challenge even the hungriest of dinosaurs. The “Chocolate Extinction” is a particular favorite, a massive, shareable delight that always ends the meal on a high note.

2. Raglan Road

Raglan Road is an Irish Pub and interestingly doesn’t feel out of place in the middle of Disney Springs.

We recommend making reservations because it’s becoming one of the most popular out of all the Disney Springs restaurants.

Raglan Road is located on the edge of the landing near Morimoto and Sprinkles. The architecture and the design of Raglan Road is as if it was plucked directly out of Ireland and placed in the middle of Disney Springs.

If you’re not in the mood to eat, this is an ideal stop in your night if you just want to have a drink and enjoy the live entertainment.

There are regular Irish musicians and step dancers who make appearances here. Often time performing together.

3. The Boathouse

The Boat House is famous for their surf and turf.

We recommend getting the grouper, which is served over a gooey and leek fondue.

The porterhouse steak and filet sliders are another popular order here.

Of course, you can’t miss out on their mac and cheese and another guest favorite, shrimp and grits.

4. Homecomin’

Homecomin’ is actually a little more formal than the name sounds.

Offering many upscale comfort foods options in a fine dining experience.

The design and atmosphere of Homecomin’ embraces a Floridian vibe mixed with parts of the south.

A classic beach and bayou vibe.

The Homecomin’ restaurant offer many classics from the south.

5. Frontera Cocina

Frontera Cocina offers Mexican food. One of the only Disney Springs restaurants to do so.

One of the reasons this restaurant isn’t on many people’s food radar is because it’s a little difficult to get a reservation.

And they don’t take any walk in’s

Frontera Cocina is located near the Sprinkles Cupcakes by the Springs Waterway.

From outside, you wouldn’t even guess they offer amazing mexican food.

Essentially, the building has the same architecture and look as all the other buildings near it.

Once you step in side, you’ll be greeted with a collection of southwestern art and vibes.

The dining area welcomes you with tall ceilings displaying a beautiful mosaic mural of a sun overhead.

Embracing the American Southwest (think New Mexico) the decor of the restaurant is full of oranges, yellows and blues.

The atmosphere of Frontera Cocina is further enhanced with authentic clay plates to classic Mexican posters.

Such a fun experience that is so different than other Disney Springs restaurants.

6. Enzo’s Hideaway

Many people don’t know about Enzo’s Hideaway.

As it’s one of the least known out of all the other Disney Springs restaurants.

This may be due to the fact that this restaurant is literally underground.

Perhaps Disney Springs didn’t want many people to know about Enzo’s Hideaway.

Enzo’s Hideaway taps into a speakeasy theme with Italian restaurant vibes.

So if you love Italian food or are on the hunt for amazingly crafted cocktails, then keep Enzo’s Hideaway on your radar.

Another perk is that Enzo’s Hideaway doesn’t require a reservation! We Nerds think this is a great find.

The food and drinks are always great.

While the menu may seem pretty basic compared to other Disney Springs restaurants, they make up for it with extremely high-quality ingredients and a chill speakeasy atmosphere.

You can find Enzo’s Hideaway near the Landing, next to STK and across from Planet Hollywood.

Final thoughts on these Disney Springs Restaurants

There you have it, our five favorite Disney Springs restaurants.

We would recommend these Disney Springs restaurants to anyone.

They’re all-around favorites and have something for everyone.

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Just remember, most restaurants in Disney Springs require a reservation.

The Boathouse is a favorite you can’t go wrong with.

This Disney Springs restaurant has a variety of seafood and American food served in a classic nautical atmosphere.

What’s great about this restaurant is that you can have a fancy meal or a basic sandwich. There are so many options to pick from.

Homecomin’ is a fun southern style restaurant that embraces Florida into the theme of the restaurant.

Offering a great selection of cocktails, amazing fried chicken, and so many other tasty options.

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Raglan Road has stood strong since Downtown Disney morphed into Disney Springs. Surviving through the transition.

A fun Irish pub that you should make a reservation for.

If you don’t, you’ll be waiting a long time. Also, the food is great though and the entertainment authentic.

If you want Mexican food and classic margaritas, definitely check out Frontera Cocina. The southwest decor and Mexican vibes will brighten up any night.

If you’re in the mood for Italian food in a classic speakeasy atmosphere, then Enzo’s Hideaway for you.

Out of the other Disney Springs restaurants on this list, these two have the most vegetarian options if that’s what you’re looking for.

Remember to make reservations, because these are some of the best finds out of all the Disney Springs restaurants.