The Best All You Care To Eat Restaurants at Walt Disney World

We’re all about finding value for your hard earned money while on your Walt Disney World vacation.

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That holds especially true as the Most Magical Place on Earth is also known to be pretty pricey.

We’ve compiled a list of the best All You Care To Eat Restaurants at Walt Disney World for all budgets and culinary desires!

Hoop-Dee-Doo Music Revue

It’s a boot-scootin’ hoedown every night at the Hoop Dee-Doo Musical Revue, located at Pioneer Hall at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground.

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue

In addition to the fantastic belly-laughing show, enjoy unlimited buckets of finger-lickin’ good fried chicken and ribs. For adults, there’s also unlimited beer, wine, and sangria making it a terrific value if you’re into the sauce. Three shows are offered nightly and prices range based on seating category from $35.00 to $59.99. Additionally, Tables In Wonderland cardholders receive 20% off ticket price for the last showing at 8:30 PM.

California Grill Brunch

Enjoy stunning views of Magic Kingdom and beyond at California Grill’s weekend brunch, featuring unlimited mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar!

Brunch at California Grill

Get champagne silly then enjoy unlimited offerings, including their signature sushi and charcuterie. The self-serve selections are in addition to your choice of entrée. Brunch is priced at $95.00 for adults and $56.00 for kids ages 3-9.

Garden Grove Weekend Character Breakfast

Chef Mickey’s buffet at Disney’s Contemporary Resort is often wild raucous and features some of the lowest quality food at any of Walt Disney World’s unlimited dining experiences. Instead, head on over to the Walt Disney World Swan Resort for one of the most underrated character dining experiences: Garden Grove.

Garden Grove

The weekend character breakfast buffet includes your standard fare plus an omelette station. We love this spot for both its affordability and its quality interaction with characters, including Goofy, Chip ‘n’ Dale, and Pluto. Load up before hitting the parks for $28.99 per adult and $18.99 for child. (Yeah, it’s decidedly more affordable than many entries on this list!)

Spirit of Aloha

Held in the idyllic setting of Luau Cove at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, the Spirit of Aloha is a wildly entertaining dinner show inspired by the Hawaiian tradition.

Spirit of Aloha

The two-hour feast features addicting pineapple-coconut bread, salads, pulled pork, Polynesian-style ribs, roasted chicken, and much more. Fun for all ages, those over 21 can also enjoy unlimited beer, wine, and sangria. Prices range from $60-$78 per adult and $33-$48 per child based on seating category selection.


Oktoberfest is celebrated ALL year long at the authentic German buffet, Biergarten, in Epcot’s World Showcase.

Biergarten in Epcot’s World Showcase

Enjoy the Bavarian-style polka show as you munch on unlimited German cuisine while seated at communal, biergarten-style tables. Highlights include bratwurst, pork schnitzel, and homemade German desserts. There’s also a nice selection of German beer and wine available for an additional charge. Lunch and Dinner are both priced at $46.00 per adult and $29.00 per child.

Boma- Flavors of Africa

If you’re feeling adventurous, Boma — Flavors of Africa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge offers up African-inspired cuisine at a breakfast and dinner buffet.

Don’t miss the Zebra Domes at Boma- Flavors of Africa

Don’t miss their selection of South African Wines (for an additional cost) and signature Bobotie. Breakfast is priced at $29.00 per adult and $16.00 per child, while dinner is $49.00 per adult and $27.00 per child.

Cape May Cafe Seafood Dinner Buffet

Enjoy coastal delights at this all you can eat dinner buffet that highlights seafood. Located at Disney’s Beach Club resort, Cape May Café is a seafood lover’s dream.

Enjoy unlimited Crab Legs!

Selections may include Snow Crab Legs, Steamed mussels, and plenty of options for those landlubbers as well. Don’t miss their signature clam chowder! The seafood buffet is priced at $54.00 per adult and $29.00 per child ages 3-9.

Is your mouth watering yet? Remember, these prices are current at time of publish but are subject to change.

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5 Replies to “The Best All You Care To Eat Restaurants at Walt Disney World”

  1. Really? Spirit of Aloha is beyond awful. The food is cold, fatty and dried out. The show is good, but the food is a waste.

    Boma has the best buffet in Disney World. The soups and salads are wonderful. I never bother with the ordinary carved meats. Cape May Cafe is slipping badly.

  2. I had lunch last year at the Biergarten and loved it. The company I work for is based in Munich so the food was familiar and I got to use my rudimentary German. I was a solo traveler that day, so the communal seating at tables of 8-10 was a plus for me. All 3 generations on that trip liked Cape May-but my grand kids love seafood so it was worth it just for the steamed little necks. I’d add Chef Mickey’s, we went for the Character’s but all the adults thought the food was above average.