Even with all the new restaurants coming to Disney
Springs, Fulton’s is still a good spot for savoring seafood classics: raw
oysters, giant crab, Maine lobster, seasonal Florida fish. During busy times
of year, waits can be long—more than an hour even on weeknights. But if
you don’t get fresh seafood back home, go early, request a table outside,
order a seafood tower, and enjoy.
Setting and Atmosphere
On a permanently anchored boat at Disney
Springs, Fulton’s consists of separate dining areas that feel completely
different: the Market Room, a tribute to New York City’s Fulton Fish Market
(the restaurant’s namesake); the Constellation Room, a semicircular
room with a starlit night sky; and the Industry Room, a tribute to the fishing
industry. We prefer the back deck on pretty days. Usually packed.
Seafood tower for two or four; Florida stone crab in season;
fresh oysters; Ultimate Crab Experience for four with Alaskan king,
Canadian snow, and Pacific Northwest Dungeness crab.
Florida grouper, Maine lobster, fried jumbo
shrimp, baby back ribs, filet mignon.
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