Disney Cruise Line Dining and Restaurants


Disney Cruise Line knows that sharing a tasty meal together is a very important part of a family’s everyday life. On a Disney Cruise Line vacation, guests will experience one of three imaginative restaurants each night (commonly known as Rotational Dining) accompanied by a dedicated service team that will be assigned to their families throughout the voyage. With exceptional attention to detail, guests will enjoy a variety of dining experiences with friendly, familiar, personalized service every evening.

Before we dive into all of the restaurants you’ll find on the various Disney cruise ships, let’s discuss a few essential details that you should know.

Seating Assignments and Requests: You will more than likely be sitting with other passengers at dinner. Private tables for your party can be requested but cannot be guaranteed. You can stop by the Guest Services desk aboard the ship when you board to speak with someone if you’d like to make this request. Keep in mind, though, part of the fun of cruising is meeting new people, so don’t be shy – you might just make new friends! One of the most extraordinary things about this is that Disney Cruise Line carefully pairs people with similar groups, i.e., if you are two adults with no children, you’ll likely be paired with another couple that is not traveling with children.

Be sure to request your preferred seating time and table size when you make your cruise reservation. Disney Cruise Line will do their best to accommodate you. You can also ask to be waitlisted for the dining time you prefer. If for some reason you don’t get what you requested, you can stop by Guest Services or reach out to the Dining team from your stateroom phone or in the Disney Cruise Line app.

If you are traveling with a group, you can have your reservations linked by Disney so that you are seated at the same table. They may be able to combine tables for a large group that wishes to dine together. Disney or your travel agent will be able to help with this. You will be seated with the same people at your table for every night of your cruise. If you aren’t going to be dining in the dining rooms, you should notify your server so they know not to wait for you.

Below, you’ll find a brief description of each of Disney Cruise Line’s main dining restaurants. Click the links below for more details.

1923 (Disney Wish, Disney Treasure)

Named for the year The Walt Disney Company was founded, 1923 is an elegant celebration of the company’s legacy, paying homage to the golden age of animation and offering a tasteful tribute to its Californian heritage. VIEW FULL MENU WITH PHOTOS

Combining classic Hollywood glamour with a dash of Disney whimsy, 1923 features two lavishly appointed dining rooms, aptly named for the men behind the magic of the original film studio — Walt and Roy Disney. The rooms are adorned with more than 1,000 drawings, props, and other tools of the trade, providing an inside look at the evolution of Disney animation from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Frozen 2.

At 1923, guests enjoy sophisticated dishes designed with families in mind and inspired by the fusion of cultural flavors found throughout the Golden State. The diverse menu mirrors the region’s blend of Asian, European and South American cuisines, featuring local ingredients like fresh produce, wild honey, and earthy pistachios. All paired, of course, with a superlative selection of world-famous Napa Valley wines.

Animator’s Palate (Disney FantasyDisney DreamDisney MagicDisney Wonder)

There are TV screens on the walls around the Animator’s Palate and the Finding Nemo characters will “visit” the tables to chat with guests during “Undersea Magic.” Guests will also experience “Animation Magic,” an interactive dinner show that will involve the guests in the animation shown during the meal. Guests are invited to draw Disney characters on placemats when they first come into the restaurant; servers will collect the completed drawings, which later show up as animation on screens around the room. The guests’ names will be shown and they will later receive their drawings back with a special animator’s stamp added. The show uses special Disney-created software to bring the drawings to life, along with a brand-new musical score and never-before-seen scenes from Disney films.

Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure (Disney Wish)

Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure is Disney’s first Frozen-themed theatrical dining experience, bringing the kingdom of Arendelle to life through immersive live entertainment — featuring favorite characters like Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf — and world-class cuisine infused with Nordic influences. VIEW FULL MENU WITH PHOTOS

Only on the Disney Wish are families invited to attend a royal engagement party for Queen Anna and Kristoff, picking up the story where Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen 2 left off. Elsa and Olaf host the celebration with catering provided by their friend Oaken’s “Hearty Party Planning Service… and Sauna” and live entertainment by “local” musicians who specialize in Nordic renditions of familiar Frozen songs.

Throughout the meal, guests enjoy live musical performances by these favorite characters and even get the opportunity to join the festivities with fun table crafts, hilarious sing-alongs, and a grand finale with everyone in the audience on their feet. 

Enchanted Garden (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy)

Enchanted Garden serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is considered one of the main dining restaurants. During the daytime, the ceiling is a bright blue sky. For the evening meal, Enchanted Garden transforms from day to night with a starry sky full of constellations. The décor is made to feel like you are eating in the famous gardens of Versailles, France. You are surrounded by white trellises, arches, and landscape artwork. Lighting becomes part of the artwork, with the fixtures designed like glass flowers and light posts lining the center aisle. The glass flowers “bloom” at night and become colorful, like the rest of the gardens open as well. The centerpiece is a seven-foot-tall fountain with a Mickey Mouse statue in the center.

Lumiere’s (Disney Magic)

Lumiere’s is found exclusively on the Disney Magic. As the name implies, the theme of this restaurant is Beauty and the Beast. The elegant décor makes this the most formal of the three main restaurants.

Plaza de Coco (Disney Treasure)

Plaza de Coco will be the world’s first theatrical dining experience themed to the Disney and Pixar film, Coco. The story of Miguel and his familia will continue where it left off on screen as they gather in Mariachi Plaza to take guests on two nights of colorful, music-filled journeys that celebrate family memories and togetherness with festive dinner menus of modern twists on traditional Mexican fare and a lineup of live entertainment.

Rapunzel’s Royal Table (Disney Magic)

Step into the ballroom of the royal castle and join in the joyful celebration of Rapunzel’s birthday. In Rapunzel’s Royal Table, guests will be entertained by a joyous band of musicians, the mischievous Snuggly Duckling Thugs, and Princess Rapunzel herself!

Tiana’s Place (Disney Wonder)

Experience southern charm at Tiana’s Place, inspired by the film The Princess and the Frog. Live jazz music and entertainment will accompany the New Orleans-style specialty dishes.

Triton’s (Disney Wonder)

Triton’s is the Disney Wonder’s equivalent of Lumiere’s (on the Magic) and themed after Disney’s The Little Mermaid. The décor in this restaurant is upscale.

Royal Court (Disney Fantasy)

Royal Court serves French-inspired, continental cuisine and is inspired by the classic Disney films Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast, and Sleeping Beauty. Designed to look like a palace, some of the features include a whimsical chandelier, lighting fixtures made to look like Cinderella’s Carriage, mosaic tile murals of the princesses, and hidden images of glass slippers, apples, roses, and tiaras.

Royal Palace (Disney Dream)

Royal Palace serves French-inspired cuisine fit for a king or queen. The decor is inspired by classic Disney Princess films, including hand-painted portraits of Aurora, Cinderella, Snow White, and Belle.

Worlds of Marvel (Disney Wish, Disney Treasure)

Families will play an interactive role in an action-packed Avengers mission at Worlds of Marvel, the first Marvel cinematic dining adventure with an Avengers mission in the dining room, complete with a worldly menu inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. VIEW FULL MENU WITH PHOTOS

“Avengers: Quantum Encounter” follows Ant-Man and The Wasp as they embark on their first public speaking engagement on behalf of the Avengers. Anxious to impress, they host a special presentation of the most powerful Super Hero technologies, such as Captain America’s shield, Iron Man’s arc reactor, and Ant-Man’s Pym Particles, giving guests an up-close look at holographic models, field reports, and iconic scenes from Marvel movies displayed on the screens surrounding the room.

The highlight of this special event is a hands-on demonstration of the latest and greatest Pym Tech, the Quantum Core, which uses cutting-edge — and highly unstable — technology to shrink and grow targets at the push of a button. A few “misfires” result in hilarious Ant-Man-style hijinks, but the real trouble begins when an unexpected villain shows up with a fearsome army in tow, eager to get their hands on this powerful quantum technology. Ant-Man and The Wasp need all the help they can get to save the day, calling on Captain America, Captain Marvel and the brave diners of the Disney Wish for backup.


Adult-exclusive restaurants aboard Disney Cruise Line ships are elegant dining experiences.

Guests are requested to dress consistently with the restaurant’s sophistication. Formal or semi-formal attire is recommended. Dress casual attire with a polished look is permitted (such as dress pants, jeans in good condition, collared shirts and blouses, and lifestyle shoes). Clothing such as T-shirts, swimwear, and sports attire is not permitted.

Enchanté (Disney Wish, Disney Treasure)

Enchanté offers the most luxurious dining experience onboard the Disney Wish, featuring a gourmet menu crafted by three-Michelin-starred Chef Arnaud Lallement — of L’Assiette Champenoise, near Reims, France — one of the culinary masterminds behind the French-inspired fine dining experience at Remy aboard the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.

Palo (Disney FantasyDisney DreamDisney MagicDisney Wonder)

With its 270-degree ocean view from high atop the ship, Palo has the loveliest view of all restaurants on the ship. Palo is for adults 18 and over only, and reservations are required. This restaurant features outstanding Northern Italian cuisine prepared to order.

The view from Palo is spectacular due to the restaurant’s location on the ship, but please keep in mind that the view is only “viewable” before sunset. After sunset, the only things visible from Palo are outside lights from the ship and a reflection of the interior of the restaurant. We would certainly not let this deter us from taking an available reservation at a later time, but we like to let guests know that an earlier reservation is often easier to get and offers the addition of the spectacular view and sunset. On the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, guests have the option to dine outside on Palo’s private teak deck.

Palo Steakhouse (Disney Wish, Disney Treasure)

Palo Steakhouse aboard the Disney Wish is an evolution of the Palo restaurant that Disney cruisers know and love, now combining the relaxed sophistication of authentic Italian dining with the classic refinement of a modern steakhouse in a genteel setting inspired by Cogsworth, the tale’s majordomo-turned-enchanted-clock.

Remy (Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy)

This adults-only premier dining location is on the Disney Dream and Fantasy. The French-inspired restaurant is named Remy after the star of the hit film, Ratatouille, and uses seasonal ingredients worldwide.

Chef Arnaud Lallement from l’Assiette Champenoise, a Michelin two-star restaurant in France, and Chef Scott Hunnel from Walt Disney World’s signature restaurant Victoria & Albert’s have teamed up to create the new menu. Dinner starts with a signature chilled Champagne cocktail and features eight or nine small courses. Remy has ocean views from its top deck location and is decorated in Art Nouveau style. Images of the character Remy are hidden throughout the design.


Guests have quite a few choices for casual dining options. Each Disney ship has a buffet that is open for breakfast and lunch. The main dining room restaurants are also open for table service breakfast and lunch. There is open seating for these meals, meaning you can eat in any restaurant and at any table you choose. 24-hour room service is also available.

For quick and easy fast food on the Disney Wonder and Disney MagicPinocchio’s PizzeriaDaisy’s De-Lites, Pete’s Boiler Bites (only on the Disney Magic), and Scoops serve pizza and hot dogs, burgers, chicken fingers, wraps, ice cream, fresh fruit, etc. at various times each day. Eye Scream Treats typically has four flavors of soft serve ice cream. There is also a beverage station offering milk, water, soft drinks, lemonade, tea, and coffee (Joffrey’s brand) on deck 9 aft that is available most of the time each day.

Quick service on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy include Luigi’s Pizza, Tow Mater’s Grill, and Fillmore’s Favorites – all inspired by Disney·Pixar’s Cars. Between the 3 stations, you’ll find burgers, chicken, pizza, salads, and sandwiches. Eye Scream Treats offers a variety of soft-serve ice cream and Frozone Treats mixes up frozen-fruit smoothies morning, noon, and night.

The Disney Wish [and Disney Treasure] quick service location is Mickey’s Festival of Foods, including Mickey’s Smokestack Barbecue, Donald’s Cantina, Daisy’s Pizza Pies, Goofy’s Grill, and Sweet Minnie’s Ice Cream. This dining extravaganza is located right in the middle of the fun on the ship’s upper decks and serves an all-day mix of fan-favorite treats. The Disney Wish [and Disney Treasure will] feature(s) the fleet’s first dedicated quick-service venues for barbeque and Mexican-inspired fare.

Cabanas (Disney DreamDisney FantasyDisney MagicDisney Wonder)

Cabanas is a casual restaurant that serves fresh food favorites. You have the option of eating indoors or outdoors on the pool deck. Cabanas is a buffet that also serves a few made-to-order food choices for breakfast and lunch. On select evenings during dinner, the linen napkins and tablecloths come out, and guests who’d like a more casual atmosphere can order some of their favorite items from the main dining rooms along with a variety of other items. This restaurant is most easily accessible from the aft elevators.

Marceline Market (Disney Wish, Disney Treasure)

Named for Walt Disney’s early childhood hometown in Missouri, Marceline Market is a stylish food hall inspired by popular marketplaces worldwide. In the center, guests will find 10 food stalls with a café-style beverage bar. Both indoor and outdoor seating with breathtaking ocean views will be available.

Inside Out: Joyful Sweets (Disney Wish)

Explore the sweeter side of your personality at this decadent dessert shop inspired by the Disney and Pixar animated film Inside Out. Sculpted figures of Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust will greet you as you enter Riley’s “headquarters” for hand-scooped gelato served in freshly made waffle cones. Signature treats include candy-filled chocolate “Memory Orbs” and colorful cupcakes that pay tribute to the film’s emotional characters – Joy (lemon), Sadness (blueberry), Disgust (pistachio), Anger (red velvet), and Fear (bubble gum). Other specialties include macarons, cake pops, handcrafted truffles, designer cookies, chocolatey brownies, and assorted candies.

Jumbeaux’s Sweets (Disney Treasure)

The sweetshop, Jumbeaux’s Sweets, will be reminiscent of the popular ice cream parlor, Jumbeaux Café, from the bustling mammal metropolis featured in Disney’s Zootopia. Surrounded by playful pink interiors, Victorian-style architecture, and an endearing sculpture of Officer Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde, guests will be served humor and heart by the cone full.  From bunnies and elephants to sloths and foxes, all are welcome to indulge in more than 20 flavors of handmade gelato, 16 flavors of ice cream and sorbets, specialty treats, candies, and more.

Sweet on You (Disney Fantasy)

Minnie’s Sweet on You is a vintage-style ice cream parlor that features scenes from classic Mickey Mouse shorts and dishes out 20 hand-crafted gelatos, 16 ice cream flavors, 32 toppings, milkshakes, and signature sundaes. There is also a wide variety of homemade chocolates, cookies, cupcakes, truffles, and bulk candy for sale. Additional fees apply to the items sold in this shop.

Vanellope’s Sweets & Treats (Disney Dream)

This Wreck-It Ralph-inspired shop offers hand-scooped gelato, fresh waffle cones, baked treats, and candy. Additional fees apply to the items sold in this shop.


The Disney Cruise ships offer a whole evening on most cruises dedicated to “Pirates IN the Caribbean.” A pirate-themed dinner (with a special menu in each of the 3 main dining rooms) is followed by a deck party featuring Captain Hook, Captain Jack Sparrow, or Captain Mickey. Guests are encouraged to wear pirate attire!

The Disney Dream will have a few additions to the evening that aren’t available on the other ships. Captain Jack Sparrow will host “Club Pirate,” a high-tech dance party on the deck. “Buccaneer Blast” is a spectacular fireworks synced with music and includes even more fireworks than ever!