Walt Disney World Resort, Downtown Disney West Side
Cafe $12–$29 (child $6–$9), upstairs $25–$45 (child $10–$18)
With the new Disney Springs overlay, we’re hoping this once-delicious dining option makes a comeback. Quality has taken a nosedive in recent years, but visitors still know Puck’s name and keep the place busy—in spite of the less-than-stellar food, there’s usually a crowd. Try the sushi bar, or skip the entree and go straight for dessert.
Setting and Atmosphere
This is actually two restaurants in one—four if you count the attached Wolfgang Puck Express and the sushi bar that flows into the restaurant’s lounge area. Downstairs is the actual cafe, with several open kitchen areas, colorful tile, and plenty of pictures of Puck hanging around. The upstairs is a more formal dining room, but in name only. Both spaces are inordinately loud, making conversation difficult.
Puck’s famous wood-fired pizzas—including barbecue chicken and spicy shrimp—are the best things on the menu. Sushi is also a good bet. Upstairs, the menu features fresh fish, chicken, and beef.
Requires Credit Card to Reserve:
Requires Pre-payment in Full: No
Disney Dining Plan
Requires 2 credits
|Parking||Downtown Disney lot|
|Dress||Collared and sleeved shirts for men and no jeans.|
|Dinner Hours||Nightly, 6-10 p.m.|