Disney Springs is known for its wide variety of table service restaurants that generally require Advanced Dining Reservations. But what do you do if you want to spend the day shopping and exploring at Disney Springs but you forgot to make a reservation or don’t have time for a sit-down meal? First step – don’t worry! Disney Springs has you covered with great grab and go snacks that will fill you up and allow you to spend more time on the move. Check out the 10 Best Quick Eats at Disney Springs below. There are tons to choose from, so we focused on items that you can literally eat on the go!
1. Banana Chocolate Chip Tea Cake
Perfect for a grab and go breakfast or a snack at any time of day, Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC Banana Chocolate Chip Tea Cake is the perfect combination of sweet and healthy. OK, the healthy might be a stretch, but there is banana! And all of Erin McKenna’s treats are vegan and gluten-free.
2. California Sushi Roll
You don’t need to score a reservation at Morimoto Asia to enjoy high quality Asian food at Disney Springs! Drop by the Morimoto Asian Street Food counter for a California roll that you can take on the go. For the seafood fans, they also have a Shrimp Tempura roll.
3. The Original One and One (Fish and Chips)
Ok, this one will definitely be easier to eat if you grab a table, but technically you could take the Fish and Chips from Cookes of Dublin on the go! This quick service counter offers the same authentic Fish and Chips as its sister table-service restaurant Raglan Road.
4. Mango Tango
In the mood to sip on a healthy smoothie while you wander around Disney Springs? The Mango Tango smoothie at Joffre’s Handcrafted Smoothie Kiosk combines the tropical flavors of passion fruit juice, mango, pineapple, and papaya with coconut cream and yogurt for a creamy and delicious drink. With both a Marketplace and West Side location, a Joffrey’s smoothie is never too far away!
5. Ham and Cheese Crepe
A savory crepe from is a great portable lunch option! Aristo Crepe’s Ham and Cheese crepe is a more creative take on a sandwich, but just as easy to eat on the go. They’ve got plenty of sweet options too if you’re more in the mood for dessert!
6. Hand Dipped Corn Dog
Feeling a little too classy while wandering the upscale shops of the Landing? Prefer to feel like you’re spending the day at the state fair? Look no further than the Fantasy Faire Food Truck’s Hand Dipped Corn Dog. It has all the nostalgia of summer days at the fair, with a bit of a foodie spin.
7. Cochinita Pibil Tacos
Frontera Cocina’s delicious slow-cooked, achiote marinated pork is one of the highlights of the table-service restaurants menu. Luckily, you can also get it in tacos from their to-go window located at the back of the restaurant. You can take them to go, or sit at one of the high tops that overlooks the crystal-clear spring.
Another great hand-held Latin-inspired meal can be found over at Bongos Cuban Café Express, the quick service counter in front of Bongos Cuban Café. The hand-held, fresh baked empanadas come with your choice of chicken, pork, or ground beef.
9. Sea Salt Caramel Quake Shake
Whether it’s time for dessert, or you are in a dessert-for-dinner kind of mood, you must make your way to the Ghirardelli Soda Fountain and Chocolate Shop! There are plenty of delicious Sundaes to choose from if you have time to sit and can find a table, which are usually in short supply. But if you want to walk around with your treat, the Sea Salt Caramel Quake Shake will not disappoint. This chocolate bard infused shake with banana, sea salt, and caramel, is essentially a sundae you can drink with a straw!
10. Red Velvet Cupcake
In the mood for dessert but don’t think you can handle a whole shake? A Red Velvet Cupcake from Sprinkles is probably just what you need. This cupcake comes in regular, gluten-free, vegan, and sugar-free varieties, so just about anyone in your party can enjoy them! If you’re really in a rush, check out the cupcake ATM to avoid the line.