Late Night Dining Spots at Disney Springs

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Disney Springs at Night

Looking for some late night dining options at Disney Springs? Here are a few affordable menu items you’ll definitely want to try!

Before we get started, we would like to thank Patina Restaurant Group for hosting us so we could give you this inside look. This was a private event that was exclusive to invited guests, so all food was provided free of charge. With that being said, please know that we are always honest when we recap these events.

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As a local, one of my favorite places to go at Walt Disney World isn’t a theme park. It’s actually Disney Springs. Whether I’m there to grab a bite with a friend or I have a little spending money, it’s the perfect place to visit no matter what time of day.

Many people don’t realize how late Disney Springs is open. While some of the shops may close early, a lot of the bars and restaurants stay open until midnight or later!

Enzo’s Hideaway Late Night

Enzo's Hideaway Late Night

Visit Enzo’s Hideaway Sunday – Thursday 10PM-12AM / Friday & Saturday 11PM – 1AM for a special late night menu. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

One of those restaurants is Enzo’s Hideaway Tunnel Bar, which has a special late night menu Sunday-Thursday 10PM-12AM / Friday & Saturday 11PM-1AM. The menu includes a variety of shareable appetizers as well as beer, wine, and cocktails. Prices range from $14-$18.

Luciano Spritz

Luciano Spritz: Solerno Blood Orange, Aperol, blood orange juice, Prosecco. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Formaggi e Salumi

Formaggi e Salumi: your choice of three meats served with grissini, mostarda di cremona, and mediterranean olives. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Formaggi e Salumi

Formaggi e Salumi: your choice of three meats served with grissini, mostarda di cremona, and mediterranean olives. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Out of all the food we tried, the Chicken Parmesan Sliders were my favorite. If I didn’t have to share, I would have eaten that entire plate.

Chicken Parmesan Sliders

Chicken Parmesan Sliders: lightly breaded chicken topped with lettuce, tomato, roasted garlic aioli, fontina, smoked bacon marmalade on toasted brioche. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

The Fried Cheese Fritters were a very close second. Crispy outside. Gooey inside. Perfect bite-sized snack.

Fontina in Carrozza

Fontina in Carrozza: fried fontina cheese fritters served with salsa verde and spicy marinara. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

The Edison Late Night

The Edison Late Night

Visit the Edison Monday-Thursday 10PM-12AM for a special late night menu. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Next we sampled a few items from The Edison, which has a special late night menu Monday-Thursday 10PM-12AM. The menu includes a few entrées as well as beer, wine, and cocktails. Prices range from $5-$7.

The Fluoroscopy and Electric Lizard

The Fluoroscopy: New Amsterdam Vodka, lime juice, cranberry juice, Sprite / Electric Lizard: Ron Matusalem Rum, Lazzaroni Amaretto, Coke. Photos by: Courtney Reynolds.

The crazy part about the new late night menu at The Edison is that the entrées are only $5.00 each. Yes, you read that right. FIVE. DOLLARS.

Clothesline Candied Bacon

Clothesline Candied Bacon: candied maple bacon served with fruit mostarda and sweet spicy pickles. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Bacon Cheeseburger

Shortrib, brisket, and sirloin blended burger topped with white cheddar, applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, and The Edison sauce. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Philly Cheesesteak

Philly Cheesesteak: shaved beef and sautéed onions topped with melted provolone on a soft grilled baguette. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

The Edison also debuted a new dessert, which will be available on their regular menu. Definitely worth a try, especially because it’s big enough to share.

Cherry Cheesecake Trifle

Cherry Cheesecake Trifle: cheesecake filling, vanilla pound cake, amarena cherries, whipped cream. Photo by: Courtney Reynolds

Overall Thoughts

You can’t go wrong stopping by either of these places for a late night meal. If this were a competition, honestly it would be a tie. The menu at Enzo’s Hideaway is a bit more impressive, but slightly more expensive. The Edison has more traditional options, but at an amazing price.

About the Author

Courtney Reynolds

Courtney is a Photographer for WDW Magazine. She is originally from New England, but is currently enjoying life in Orlando. You will often find her with a camera in one hand and a coffee in the other. She also loves tacos, Donald Duck, and riding roller coasters. Her favorite holiday is Halloween. For more about Courtney, you can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.