Cost: $14.99 and under for lunch and $15 – $34.99 for dinner
Entertainment: Live music and Irish dancing
Food: Their menu is exciting, with lots of traditional and creative dishes to suit every palate. I really enjoyed their bangers and booze at lunch, but the Dundon’s Delight pavlova is what sweet dreams are made of! On our next trip, I had the Serious Steak for dinner and thoroughly enjoyed that, but I think I’ll try the gnocchi next! Todd gives their burgers his seal of approval and he’s a tough burger critic. The unexpected standout dish was Ruby and Lucy’s macaroni and cheese! It was so delicious that all of the adults had to steal a bite!
Rating: 4 out of 5 frying pans
About Our Experience(s): Our first dining experience was a lunch with extended family. It’s a great place to gather and enjoy a casual and delicious meal, with lots of great beers and cocktails flowing. When we went back for dinner on our next trip with friends, we really enjoyed the live entertainment, but it was a little overwhelming for our kids. The mixture of darkness, loud music, and dancing was just too much for them after being in the parks that day. I’d definitely take that into account if considering dinner with little ones!
Location: Disney Springs
Transportation Options: Take a bus from your resort, travel by boat from select Disney Springs area resorts, drive (park in the Lime Garage), or use a car service!
Things to Know: The front of the restaurant can be really crowded while you wait, so plan to wait outside and dress for the weather. There’s a bar cart outside to help you pass the time! If you don’t have a reservation and don’t want to wait, check out the Cookes of Dublin quick service just around the corner!
While You’re There: Check out the Shop for Ireland, connected to the restaurant. Our Irish-American friends went wild in there! Also, if you’re a smoker, there’s a designated area just across the way by Morimoto Asia.