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Let’s chat about dining at Disney Springs! While we all know there are some phenomenal sit down restaurants in Disney Springs (here’s looking at you The Boathouse) sometimes you just need a quick bite to eat after a long day of shopping.

My favorite quick service is The Polite Pig, the food is incredible! Fair warning, I personally feel that it is a little expensive for the portion sizes. A piece of maple-dijon ceder planked salmon will set you back $26 for a fairly small piece. While I do splurge on The Polite Pig occasionally, it’s just that a splurge.

Our go to restaurant is D-Luxe Burger. This gourmet burger location is incredibly accommodating to allergies, has seasonal specials that are always worth considering, and some of my favorite French Fries on Disney property (and I’m a French Fry connoisseur). They also offer milkshakes, or a cold beer to wash away the sting of a day of shopping.

Other quick service options include B.B. Wolfe Sausage Co. a kiosk serving hotdogs and artisan sausages, Blaze Fast Fired Pizza where your perfect pizza will be cooked in 180 seconds flat, Chicken Guy, a chicken joint with a Guy Fieri flare, and the Classic Earle of Sandwich.

Several of the dining establishments offer a quick service component as well! Not ready to sit down for a full tasting at Wine Bar George, try The Basket, a grab and go counter with drinks and light bites. Both Chef Morimoto and Chef Jose Andres have quick service locations in addition to their traditional restaurants; Morimoto Asia Street Food and Pepe by Jose Andres offer elevated food in a flash. Don’t miss out on Cookes of Dublin, the quick service companion to Raglan Road, offering the same light, flaky fish and chips is sister restaurant is known for.

Once you’ve eaten your fill, don’t miss out on all the sweet treats found throughout the shopping district. For our allergy friends, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC offers refined sugar-, gluten-, wheat-, soy-, dairy- and egg-free treats. Gideon’s Bakehouse slings their famous cookies and giant cake slices, and Sprinkle’s Cupcakes has brought their unique take on cupcakes to Disney Springs. Amorette’s Patisserie, The Ganachery, and Ghirardelli also offer baked goods, ice cream sundaes, and chocolates sure to delight.

What’s your favorite place to eat in Disney Springs? Leave a comment below to let us know!

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