A Complete Guide to Restaurants on the Disney Dream

by | Apr 21, 2023 | Disney Cruise Line, Disney Dream

Wondering what all the restaurant options are on the Disney Dream? We’re sharing your complete guide to dining on the cruise ship!

Are you ready to set sail aboard the Disney Dream? Whether you are sailing on Disney Cruise Line for the first time or returning for a repeat cruise, we have got you covered on what to expect regarding the food and beverage offerings aboard the Disney Dream. From casual dining to sit-down restaurants to bars and lounges to even room service, here is a complete guide on what to expect when dining aboard the Disney Dream.

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Casual Dining Restaurants on Disney Dream

With most included in the price of your cruise, voyages have the option to eat as much as they want at several locations on the Disney Dream for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Cabanas

Cabanas is a buffet-style restaurant offered on the Disney Dream. For breakfast, guests can indulge in a wide variety of offerings such as Mickey Waffles, scrambled eggs, pancakes, yogurt parfaits, breakfast potatoes, oatmeal, fruit, and more. Juices, such as apple juice and orange juice, as well as coffee, tea, and other soft drinks, are also included for no extra cost. 

When you are ready for lunch, you can head back to Cabanas and enjoy a wide variety of pizza, mac and cheese, chicken tenders, french fries, seafood (including peel-and-eat shrimp and crab), salads, and more. Again, soft drinks such as soda and juice are included in the price of your cruise.

Flo’s Cafe

Flo's V8 Cafe Disney Dream Dining

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In addition to the buffet, the Disney Dream also offers quick-service style locations, one of which is Flo’s Cafe. Flo’s Cafe is a section on the ship consisting of three different Cars-themed food stations – Luigi’s Pizza, Tow Mater’s Grill, and Fillmore’s Favorites. Guests on board can go up to the counter and order items such as burgers, chicken, pizza, salads, and sandwiches. All three locations are included in the price of your cruise.

Eye Scream Treats

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Who doesn’t love free ice cream? If you are ready to satisfy that sweet tooth, be sure to check out Eye Scream Treats – the Monsters, Inc.-themed ice cream shop on board. Guests are able to create their own soft-serve ice cream cone or cup, and they can have as much as they’d like throughout the duration of the cruise.

Frozone Treats

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Although Frozone Treats is not included with the price of the cruise, guests wishing for something a bit more nutritious can order frozen fruit smoothies from Frozone Treats.

Vanellope’s Sweets & Treats

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Answer the call of your sweet tooth at Vanellope’s. Photo courtesy of Disney Parks Blog

Also available for an additional fee, guests can check out Vanellope’s Sweets & Treats and order specialty items such as gelato, waffle cones, baked treats, and candy.

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Bars & Lounges

Whether you are looking for an adult beverage or a mid-day snack, there are several bars and lounges offered on the Disney Dream. When sitting at one of the following bars or lounges, the bartender will set down a small plate of light snacks – such as pretzels or Chex Mix – for no additional cost.

Currents

Currents open air bar aboard the Disney Dream

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This outdoor bar is located inside the adults-only section of the Disney Dream and offers a wide variety of drinks, such as frozen margaritas, glasses of wine, mixed cocktails, and more. 

Skyline

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This sky-bar is known for its martinis, but guests can also order other mixed drinks. Sip on your adult beverage while taking in views of global cityscapes – which change every few minutes!

Cove Cafe

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This adults-only lounge offers specialty drinks and coffee and tea options such as lattes and cappuccinos. 

District Lounge

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This piano bar is the perfect place to unwind with friends, order a cocktail, and listen to live music.

Pink: Wine & Champagne Bar

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This adults-only pink champagne bar is filled with bubbles and fun. Themed off of the beloved animated film, “Dumbo”, Pink offers Guests a relaxing environment to sip on a bubbly while listening to live music. 

Pub 687

Not only is Pub 687 the place to go for sports and a cold beer, but they also offer a small bites menu. For an additional cost, Guests can order wings, flatbreads, and other small plates to enjoy while watching the big game or chatting with friends and family.

Vista Cafe

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This Art-Deco-inspired café offers coffee and pastries in the morning and cocktails in the evening. 

Meridian

This sophisticated lounge is located in between the adults-only restaurants on board – Remy and Palo. Because Meridian is at the back of the ship, Guests can sip on an Old Fashion while taking in spectacular ocean-views.

Bon Voyage

Located in the grand Atrium of the Disney Dream, Bon Voyage will be your go-to for cocktails, coffee, juices, and more.

Main Dining: Sit-Down Restaurants on Disney Dream (Rotational Dining)

When sailing on the Disney Dream, there are three main dining restaurants included in the price of your Disney Cruise – Animator’s Palate, Enchanted Garden, and Royal Palace. 

Animator’s Palate

Animator’s Palate. Photo by Julie de La Fe

If you are a lover of Disney animation, you are going to be wowed by Animator’s Palate. This sit-down restaurant aboard the Disney Dream offers a unique dinner show starring Disney characters while you enjoy your meal. 

The menu (subject to change) consists of appetizers, soups, salads, main entrées, and desserts, and you can order as much or as little as you’d like at no additional cost. Start with the black truffle pasta purseittes, slurp on the butternut squash soup, and finish off with the Pacific black cod or Angus beef tenderloin. (But be sure to save room for dessert because the crème brûlèe is absolutely delicious!)

Enchanted Garden

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Step into a greenhouse oasis at this beautifully-themed restaurant. Enchanted Garden is inspired by the gardens of Versailles and offers a seasonal menu – meaning the offerings may be different depending on when you set sail. 

Start off with the North Atlantic lobster ravioli or the Ahi tuna and avocado tower, followed by curried carrot and apple soup. Some of the most popular offerings for the main course include roasted pork tenderloin and pan-seared sea bass. And to satisfy that sweet tooth, Guests can opt to try an almond meringue cake, a chocolate torte, a creamy lemon buttermilk pudding, or a banana sundae.

Royal Palace

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Royal Palace on Disney Dream. Photo by Bill Ryan.

Dine like royalty in the Royal Palace. This French-inspired menu is sure to leave every voyage satisfied with offerings such as iced lobster and jumbo shrimp and Belle’s French onion soup. The main entrées include offerings such as an Angus grilled beef tenderloin or a Dijon-crusted rack of lamb. But don’t forget dessert because the crème brûlée and the peanut butter mousse are both incredible!

Sit-Down Restaurants on the Disney Dream (Adults-Only)

In addition to the three main restaurants, for those 18 and older who wish to have a more secluded, intimate dining experience, you should consider dining at one of the adults-only restaurants on board – Palo or Remy – for an extra cost. 

Palo

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When sailing on the Disney Dream, Guests have the option to dine at Palo – a northern Italian-themed restaurant for adults-only. In addition to dinner, Palo also offers a brunch option for most “at sea” days. Reservations are required for both dinner and brunch at Palo.

REVIEW: Palo on the Disney Dream

Remy

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Photo by Tina Chiu

Another adults-only option aboard the Disney Dream is Remy, which offers an elegant dining experience featuring fine French-inspired cuisine. Similar to Palo, Remy also offers a brunch option, which requires advance reservations as well. 

REVIEW: Remy on the Disney Dream

Room Service

If you are not up for eating out at a quick-service or dining location one day, or if you are looking for a midnight snack, room service is included with the price of your cruise! The room service menu offers a wide variety of made-to-order options such as hearty burgers, crunchy french fries, delicious grilled cheese sandwiches, and more. 

Room service is also offered for breakfast, but instead of calling from your stateroom, you will fill out the Room Service Request Card, which is located in a drawer in your stateroom, and leave it hanging on your door the night prior. Then, when your breakfast is ready for delivery, a stateroom host or hostess will knock on your door and deliver it to your room. No matter what you are looking for. From a savory burger to a sweet bite of ice cream, the Disney Dream has many options aboard for every palate. 

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After being an out of state Walt Disney World Annual Passholder for 6+ years, Kelly decided to make her lifelong dream become a reality as she packed up and moved from New Jersey to Central Florida. Now that Disney World is in her backyard, you can typically find her hanging out with the 999 happy haunts, watching the Tam Tam Drummers of Harambe, or sipping on Joffrey’s while people watching on Sunset Boulevard. Thanks to her passion of both Disney and journalism, Kelly has been reporting on a wide variety of topics for the last 12+ years and has written for several publications including BuzzFeed, NJ Digest Magazine, and The Blast.
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Kelly Coffey-Behrens

After being an out of state Walt Disney World Annual Passholder for 6+ years, Kelly decided to make her lifelong dream become a reality as she packed up and moved from New Jersey to Central Florida. Now that Disney World is in her backyard, you can typically find her hanging out with the 999 happy haunts, watching the Tam Tam Drummers of Harambe, or sipping on Joffrey’s while people watching on Sunset Boulevard. Thanks to her passion of both Disney and journalism, Kelly has been reporting on a wide variety of topics for the last 12+ years and has written for several publications including BuzzFeed, NJ Digest Magazine, and The Blast.
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