It’s not uncommon for traveling guests to arrive on Disney property at unusual hours, and sometimes it’s good to have the reassurance that families can refuel and stock up before early mornings in the parks. While there are a host of fast food restaurants around the resorts, three restaurants on property are open 24/7, so those staying at or near the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, and Disney’s Polynesian Resort will be in luck.
Picabu, located at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel, is a little different from the others, as it doesn’t take part in the Disney dining plan. It doesn’t take MagicBands as a form of payment either, but it’s fortunately priced just like any other quick service on property, meaning you’ll be looking at no more than $14.99 per adult.
If you miss dinner and have to eat during the truly late hours, you won’t be able to dine on the usual meals, but can still get snack items like chips, muffins, pie, Smuckers® Uncrustables, donuts, and more. There’s a full selection of beverages as well, so it’s perfect for recharging after a long drive before getting to bed.
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The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa’s quick service location offers a little more in terms of late night dining than Picabu. Family-sized pizzas and individual thin crust pizzas make up a majority of the menu, along with the typical fountain drinks and bottled beverages offered during the daytime.
It’s one of the nicest quick service dining locations on property, so aside from just grabbing a late-night snack, it’s a great place to relax after a drive or a long day in the parks before heading to your room for the night.
The late-night options at Disney’s Polynesian Resort mimic the grab-and-go items at Picabu, albeit with a slightly expanded variety. It might be the friendliest to children and picky eaters, as they can get bagels, croissants, and cinnamon rolls here.