Disney's Yacht Club Resort
Breakfast features a buffet or an a la carte menu, with such selections as a butter-poached lobster omelet and citrus-scented French toast. Lunch is coffee-shop fare including New England lobster sliders, burgers, fish and chips, and crab cakes. Dinner features grilled New York strip steak, Cabernet-braised short ribs, rosemary-brined pork tenderloin, seasonal fish, and snow crab legs.
Breakfast buffet $24 (child $13), lunch $13– $23 (child $9), dinner $16–$33 (child $9–$11)
Captain’s Grille is a quiet spot that’s a short walk
from the World Showcase entrance. Service can be a little slow, but the
food is well prepared. There’s no view, so enjoy the food.
Setting and Atmosphere
Just off the lobby and open for breakfast, lunch,
and dinner, the restaurant’s large, open dining room has a casual feel with
nautical touches to match the hotel’s decor. A favorite of Disney cast
members for lunch (because there’s always a table available and you don’t
need reservations), the kitchen turns out better-than-average fare.
Breakfast features a buffet or an à la carte menu, with
such selections as a butter-poached-lobster omelet and lemon-ricotta hot
cakes. The rock shrimp omelet is a Florida signature. Lunch includes New
England lobster rolls, burgers, fish and chips, and crab cakes (get a side
order of hand-cut salt-and-vinegar fries). Dinner features grilled New York
strip, Cabernet-braised short ribs, rosemary-brined pork tenderloin, seasonal
fish, and snow crab legs.
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|Tables in Wonderland
||Breakfast and Lunch
||Breakfast and lunch only. Excludes alcohol.
Disney Dining Plan