Dining options on a Disney Cruise

Your Disney Cruise Line vacation is booked, your swimsuit is packed and the only thing left to think about is all the food you will have to pick from while on the boat. There is no shortage of choices and places to eat.  This article is about some of the dining option on a Disney Cruise. They have everything from fancy to casual, adult only to family friendly, and everything in between. Here are four options to consider when your tummy rumbles and it’s time to eat.

Cookie’s BBQ and Cookie’s Too – It’s easy to get lost in the sound of the ocean waves and sunshine on Castaway Cay, but eventually you will get hungry. When you do, make sure to head over to either Cookie’s BBQ or Cookie’s Too. Here you will find an all-you-can-eat buffet with entrees like mahi-mahi, ribeye steaks, hamburgers and hotdogs. There is also a nice selection of desserts, drinks and the ever popular soft-serve ice cream. So find yourself a shady spot under the large umbrellas and enjoy the food with an amazing view.

Castaway Cay - A great place to grab an all you can eat buffet lunch at Cookie's BBQ

Picture by Disney Parks Blog

Picture by Disney Parks Blog

Room service – If you just want to sit back and relax on your ocean view deck or just enjoy the quiet of your stateroom, take advantage of the complimentary room service. The menu and service are open 24 hours a day and whatever you order will be made fresh and any way you like it.  For breakfast, you will find choices like muffins and pastries to cereal and toast. Lunch and dinner may have hamburgers, sandwiches and salads. The menus vary by boat, but the service and quality are incredible no matter what ship you sail on.

Room serive on an ocean view veranda

Photo by Disney Parks Blog

Port adventures – If you are feeling adventurous, than eat like the locals do. The Disney cruises pick beautiful ports of call and while you are docked and enjoying the sights, make sure to try out local fare. Some of the port adventures include lunch or food and wine tastings from local chefs. If you venture out on your own, just make sure to ask around for some great suggestions.

A stop at Saint Pierre could lead to a tour of a rum distillery served with a creole lunch

Photo by Disney Parks Blog

Buffets, buffets, buffets! – If having several types of cuisines all in one place is how you like to dine, then Disney Cruises have you covered. Each boat has dining rooms that are buffet dining for breakfast and lunch. The fare ranges from all American favorites to different nationality specialties.

Eating and trying out new foods on a Disney cruise is almost as exciting as some of the beautiful ports of call you will visit. Don’t worry, calories don’t count on vacation anyway.

What foods do you want to try most on a Disney Cruise?  Let us know in the comments!

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