If there’s one thing Caribbean Beach Resort has a lot of – other than beaches – it’s dining options. From the quick service Old Port Royale Food Court to the Banana Cabana Pool Bar, you won’t be hungry at CBR.
When you’re looking for a quick and easy meal we suggest stopping by Old Port Royale Food Court where you’ll find several food stations including: Grab and Go, Bridgetown Broiler, Royale Pizza and Pasta Shop, Montego’s Deli, Old Port Royale Hamburger Shop, and the Bakery.
You’ll find breakfast, lunch, and dinner served at the food court and the atmosphere makes you feel as if you’re in a small Caribbean town.
For a sit-down, more relaxed dining option you can visit Shutters, the resort’s table service spot. We’ve heard good and bad reviews of Shutters, but on the positive side you won’t need reservations since it’s an off-the-radar spot for most guests at Disney World.
The restaurant is known for its American and Caribbean menu featuring jerk seasonings, shrimp fritters, and Caribbean ribs. We suggest you try the wings, Caribbean pork ribs, and red snapper. And, of course, you should have the Key Lime Tart for dessert!
If you want to stay in and order “room service” you can order pizza from the Blue Runner Pizza. This is Disney World’s answer to your home town pizza delivery, and they’ll deliver a pizza and some beverages straight to your hotel room door daily between the hours of 4 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. In addition to pizza (cheese, pepperoni, meats, or a “deluxe”-style pizza) the menu also features chicken wings, a salad, breadsticks, sandwiches, and desserts.
Just don’t use your Disney Dining Plan credits to pay for pizza.
And if you’re just looking for a cool and refreshing adult beverage stop by the Banana Cabana Pool Bar! Indulge in a variety of mixed drinks, frozen or on the rocks; wines; and draft, canned, or bottled beers. Try out the specialties including the Banana Cabana.
What’s your favorite go-to spot for dining when you’re staying at Caribbean Beach? Let us know in the comments.