Clam chowder, grilled fish, 2-pound Maine lobster, dry-aged beef
$28-$60 (child $10-$16)
English’s stylish Florida outpost is frequented mainly by conventioneers who don’t mind the high prices—$3 for a single oyster, $60 for the 2-pound lobster—or the expensive wine list. Although bluezoo is primarily a seafood place, the beef tenderloin is excellent as well.
Setting and Atmosphere
One of our favorite dining rooms at Disney, swathed in blues with iridescent bubbles suspended from the lights. The name is courtesy of celebrity chef Todd English’s son, who as a young boy saw an under-the-sea movie and said it looked like a “blue zoo.” Open kitchen, raw bar, and a unique circular rotisserie that makes the fish being grilled on it seem to dance on the coals.
“Dancing fish” (from the rotisserie), 2-pound Maine lobster in sticky soy glaze, 72-hour short ribs, mesquite beef tenderloin.
New England–style clam chowder with salt-cured bacon, teppan-seared jumbo sea scallops, raw-bar platter, grass-fed lamb.
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|Type||Discount||Valid Weekdays||Valid Meals|
|Tables in Wonderland||20%||All||All|
Disney Dining Plan
Does not participate
|When to go||Anytime|
|Parking||Valet (free with validation) or hotel lot ($17)|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 5-11 p.m.|