There are many things to do at Disney Springs as well as a lot of places to eat. In this list, we will break down our top 10 quick-service restaurants at Disney Springs that we love to eat at. Many of these locations will not break the bank and make for a great lunch or dinner option while you shop around Disney Springs or enjoy the many free things to do at Disney Springs.

Be sure to leave a comment below on your favorite place to grab a quick bite while at Disney Springs.

Blaze Pizza

Build your own pizza place that uses a brick oven and is super quick. We love this place for a few reasons. The biggest is the ingredients are super fresh and the final product is very good. We also love this place because we have a keto dieter in the family. This place has keto-friendly options including a cauliflower crust and salads. They also have vegan and gluten-free options if needed for your group. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$8 – $10

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Polite Pig

Located right by the Lime Garage entrance this place is the home of amazing BBQ and Gideons Bakehouse Cookies. Everything here is good so if you can’t decide and there is 2-3 of you get the butcher board. It is huge and has Pork Shoulder, Smoked Chicken, Brisket and BBQ Cheddar Sausage with Slaw, House Pickles, two Cornbreads and a choice of two Market Sides and for a bit extra you can add Turkey or Ribs too. Check out our Keto guide for awesome eats at Disney Springs including Polite Pig while on Keto. One of the unique things about Polite Pig is the Bourbon Bar. Enjoy your favorite bourbon or try something new. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$12 – $24

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Chicken Guy

This is one of my favorites! The chicken is made fresh and the breading is very lights but crunchy. The sauces are all amazing and they have so many to choose from 22 to be exact. Personally, I love the loaded mac n cheese or even the loaded fries. The SMC “Super melty cheese” is amazing and so rich. The sandwiches are amazing too and really you can’t go wrong eating here. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$6 – $10

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Cookes of Dublin

Disney Springs home of Fish and Chips and it is good. If you love Raglan Road but don’t have time for the sit-down restaurant this is a great quick service counter offering a limited Irish Pub menu from the same kitchen as Raglan Road. Our favorite is the fish and chips, but winners are also the Hog in a Box and The Incredible. Give it a try! View The Menu…

Price Range:
$13 – $15

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

D-Luxe Burger

This is not your typical burger joint, but it can be. Offering standard burgers and cheeseburgers as well as interesting and unique seasonal offerings. This is one place that we thoroughly enjoy. One nice thing about D-Luxe is they have combo meals with 2 drinks one regular fry and 2 burgers. One thing that makes this burger joint even better is the unique sauces that add a nice spin on the traditional ketchup, ranch, mustard, etc. It really is a next-level quick service burger stop, and they do mobile orders from the My Disney Experience App so you can skip the line. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$11 – $14

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Earl of Sandwich

A brand not unique to Disney Springs, but we are thankful it is here. The hot sandwich selection is vast and the food is made to order offering a great stop on the quick service top 10 list. We love this place for its original favorites like “The Original 1762®” (beef and cheddar) and “The Full Montagu®” (roast beef and swiss) but also for some great seasonal offerings like the holiday turkey. This sandwich has Turkey, Cornbread Stuffing, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce and Mayonnaise basically thanksgiving dinner on bread. If you are in the mood for a hot sandwich or wrap on the go give the Earl a shot. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$8 – $10

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Morimoto Asian Street Food

If you love Asian food and Morimoto this is the easy no wait way to enjoy his food without the high dollar and wait of the table service restaurant. This limited menu still offers fan favorites at a walk-up window to the left of the Morimoto Asia restaurant. You can get sushi, ramen, spare ribs, egg rolls, takoyaki or lo mein. The food is amazing just as you would expect from Morimoto and you can even get some beverages as well. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$8 – $15

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Pepe by José Andrés

The newest location on our list is Pepe. We have heard good things about Jose Andres restaurants at Disney Springs (he also opened Jaleo next door). We have not tried either yet, but hope to soon. The reviews we have been seeing from friends have been pretty good which is exactly why this made the list. This is a Spanish inspired restaurant and features sandwiches, sides, and desserts. Let us know what you think of this new location. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$8 – $18

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Wolfgang Puck Express

The original Wolfgang Puck location at Disney Springs is still open and we are glad. We have enjoyed several meals here over the years and it never disappoints. This location features amazing soups, salads, sandwiches, pizzas, pasta, entrees, and desserts. We were concerned this location would go away after the opening of Wolfgang’s new table service restaurant, but it looks like it is here to stay and that makes our hearts and bellies very happy. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$8 – $18

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Pizza Ponte

Sicilian pizza is one of my favorite things and this is one of 3 places on Disney property that I can get it. They also have a huge slice of pizza called The Big Roman that is amazing too. The Big Roman is so large, the slice needs two plates! The great thing is this joint is pizza by the slice. You can order salads, sandwiches, and desserts, but the pizza by the slice is what brings in the crowds and it can get crowded. View The Menu…

Price Range:
$7 – $9

Disney Dining Plan:
Yes

Honorable Mentions at Disney Springs:

Below are the food carts and trucks that can be snacks or used as a light quick service meal. 

4 Rivers Cantina Truck

BBQ in a bread cone is what this little truck is known for, but they have burrito bowls, tacos, and quesadillas. The catch is there is not really any table seating dedicated to this spot. It truly is a food truck with only one item that is easy to eat. Everything 4 Rivers makes is amazing, but this really is more of a kiosk than a quick-service restaurant due to lack of seating. View The Menu…

Daily Poutine

Fries smothered in cheese and gravy and amazingly delicious. This little stand is behind the LEGO store and is not open all the time. The fries are good and the seasonal offerings are very creative (not sure if that is good or not as some are just plain weird). If you are in the mood for traditional poutine this is a good stop. The honorable mention really is because of seasonal hours which makes planning your trip hard and because this is more of a snack than a meal. View The Menu…

Mac n Cheese Food Truck

Disney recently added a new set of food trucks and this is one of them. We love the idea of them, but it seems like Disney missed the mark a tad. The price is higher than other Disney quick service places, the portions are smaller and the quality just isn’t that great. The mac n cheese truck offers 5 different kinds of mac that all sound amazing, but when you get them it is a very small cup for $10-$13 dollars and the mac at Eight Spoon Cafe (about $7) is better and has more to it for less money. View The Menu…

Springs Street Taco Food Truck

For being a taco truck it is more of a Mexican bowl truck, but we can give them a pass for that one. The prices are currently $9-$12 and the bowls are small. This is more snack-sized than meal size. We have heard mixed reviews on the flavors as well. Which really makes this an honorable mention spot for sure. They are trying this new concept so hopefully, it will work out, but right now we don’t feel like you are missing much skipping this one. View The Menu…

B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co

A sausage kiosk (albeit not lunch or dinner material) is worth mentioning. The sausages are really good and while they are not large if you needed a smaller meal to tied you over till a bigger meal this is a great stop. The foot-long dogs are really big and with a bag of chips can be a full meal if you are a hot dog kind of person. These dogs are loaded. Honorable mention was granted because this really is just a kiosk with only one or two tables and not really a restaurant, but it is good and worth adding into your plans if you like hot dogs or sausage. View The Menu…

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Posted by Sandy Edwards

Sandy is a Florida native that loves Disney and the outdoors. You will find her either at the theme parks or on the water. When she isn't working she is enjoying everything the real Florida has to offer.

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