Dining Options on the Disney Magic

Eating on a Disney Cruise ship is always a pleasure, and the Disney Magic has some amazing dining options. Here is a look at all of the restaurants, bars, and snack stands onboard.

Rotational Main Dining

Rather than a static main dining room, Disney Cruise Line rotates guests between multiple dining options. The schedule is fixed and the wait staff rotates with the guests to build a familiarity. These restaurants are included in the cruise price.

Animator’s Palate

Animator’s Palate is an innovative restaurant where the show is drawings coming to life on screens all around you. Drawn to Magic is led by Sorcerer Mickey and displays the evolution of animation while guests dine on Pacific Island fusion cuisine.

Rapunzel’s Royal Table

In the Kingdom of Corona, the King and Queen are celebrating the birthday of their daughter Rapunzel. Dinner is held in the royal ballroom with familiar glowing lanterns lighting the meal.

Princess Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, and some other friends treat diners to singing and dancing. A fun parade caps off the evening.


Lumiere’s is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner. The cuisine is American for breakfast and lunch, but the restaurant becomes the French-inspired Beauty and the Beast-themed ballroom that you would expect at dinner.

Specialty Dining

There are two specialty dining venues onboard the Disney Magic. These are extra-special experiences that cost extra.


Fine Italian fare is served in the adults-only Palo. The price is $45 for a prix fixe dinner, $59 with a wine pairing.

Royal Court Royal Tea

Children ages 3-12 can partake in a special tea party with Disney characters. Children get gifts including a jewelry box, tiara, bracelet, necklace, a Cinderella doll, and autograph book. Alternatively they can opt for a package including a cinch bag, sword, shield, pins, Duffy plush, and autograph book.

The price for the Royal Tea is $220 for children and $69 for adults. Adults do not receive the additional gifts.

Table Service Dining


Cabanas is the closest thing to a buffet-style restaurant found on the Disney Magic. For breakfast and lunch, guests can order freshly-made food at 10 different stations. At dinner, the restaurant becomes table service.

Quick Service Dining

Duck-In Diner

Serving favorites like hamburgers and hot dogs along with Middle Eastern inspired shawarma.

Pinocchio’s Pizzeria

As expected from the name, this restaurant serves all manners of pizza.


Eye Scream Treats

A wide selection of ice cream.

Frozone Treats

A great spot for poolside smoothies.


The snack bar outside of the Walt Disney Theatre serving quick bites like cookies, candy, and popcorn.

Room Service

Available for breakfast or snacks 24 hours a day. Included in the cruise price.