Where to Eat at Downtown Disney

Jul 7, 2017

When staying at hotels near Disneyland, you might want to stop by Downtown Disney. Downtown Disney is an outdoor entertainment destination located next to Disneyland park. At this destination, you can shop, catch a movie, find your favorite Disney souvenirs, enjoy a meal and more. If you’re looking for a place to eat, consider some of these restaurants located at Downtown Disney.

For a fun place to grab a bite to eat away from the crowds, consider heading to Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar that is located inside the Disney Hotel. This quick service style restaurant is island themed where you can get fun Island themed drinks such as the Tiki Tiki Tiki Rum as well such as the Ka-Blue-le or the PIranha Pool. Enjoy food items such as the Kalua pork sandwich or the Big Island Flatbread, which is topped with pineapple and ham. The restaurant is open 7 days a week 11:30am-1:30am.

Catal Restaurant is great destination to eat that offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour everyday from 3-5pm. At this location, you’ll find Mediterranean style food plus an extensive array of wines. On the Happy Hour menu you’ll find food items such as bacon mac n’ cheese, signature sliders, ahi bruschetta and more. Drinks include beers, wines, sangria and cocktails like mojitos, margaritas and more. Breakfast is from 8am – 11am, lunch is from 11:30-3pm and dinner is from 3pm – 9pm and 10pm on Friday and Saturdays.

The Uva Bar and Cafe is a fun outdoor location that is located in the heart of Downtown Disney. At this location, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner and there is a kid’s menu as well. Off the main menu, enjoy guacamole and chips to start or get the pineapple and chorizo flatbread with smoked mozzarella. For your entrees, choose from burgers, baja fish tacos, sandwiches and more. Enjoy a number of cocktails such as the sangria and mojitos or try a beer-tail like the Watermelon Quencher that comes with Lost Coast Watermelon wheat beer, gin, hibiscus syrup, lemon juice and a salt and sugar rim.