Disney’s All-Star Music Restaurants & Dining Guide

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As a value resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort has simplified dining options, sticking to a basic food court that services the entire resort and bar service at the Calypso pool. The Intermission Food Court has all your favorite breakfast options and a special Walt Disney favorite for lunch and dinner. It’s nice to know that you can get a great meal at any time during your stay.

At Intermission, the musical theme continues, with a concessions vibe fitting a concert hall or performance venue. Outside at Singing Spirits, grownups can grab a delicious beverage to complete the chill vibes of the Calypso Pool. Between these two locations, you are set for your meals whenever you’re at the resort.


Disney All-Star Music Resort Dining

Singing Spirits Pool Bar

When you think of calypso music, visions of islands, blue water, and sunny beaches spring to mind. What completes this picture? Why, a delicious beverage of course! Singing Spirits is just the right place to meet this need. Located outside by the Calypso Pool, Singing Spirits has all your favorite Disney cocktails as well as some unique offerings.

Looking for a drink that packs a punch? Try Singing Spring’s version of a Long-Island Iced Tea – the Poolside Iced Tea. This beverage combines vodka, rum, Beefeater Gin, Corazón Blanco Tequila, Cointreau and Sweet-and-Sour together, topped with a splash of Coca-Cola. Make sure you sip it slow, or you’ll feel like you’re out on the waves for sure.

For wine drinkers, we recommend The Red Carpet. This sweet and tasty mix is a simple blend of Banfi Rosa Regale sparkling red wine and lemonade, but it has just the right balance of fancy and fun to fit the feel of All-Star Music. You might also enjoy one of the wine selections from the menu, including a delicious Opici sangria.

For a refreshing cocktail, Orange Freeze is our go-to. Floral orange blossom vodka and Grand Marnier come blended with fresh orange purée, giving you all the best of the Florida treasure. With the calypso feelings all around, going for fruity flavors just makes sense! There’s also the Disney cocktail favorite, Banana Cabana. Mango rum, coconut rum, and crème de banana get all shook up with orange juice and pineapple juice to bring you to a tropical paradise.

Intermission Food Court

Open from 7:00am until 11:00pm, you’ll be able to grab food at almost any time. We do recommend trying to avoid peak times if you can, scheduling your meals a bit earlier or later than you would normally. Since Intermission is the only dining option at All-Star Music, you’re going to find times like 8:00am, 12:00pm, and 6:00pm to be busy. Another good strategy is to send a couple people to purchase food and bring it back to the room rather than trying to find a seat, ideal if you’re trying to head out to a park or another reservation.

Breakfast

Intermission has many of the dependable Disney breakfast items, including staples like the Bounty Platter and the Mickey waffle meal. They also have awesome hot breakfast sandwiches, which are perfect for avoiding the crowds or getting a meal on the go. You can even do your own version of a continental breakfast, with a yogurt, banana, and croissant packaged and ready to purchase.

Sometimes, we like to make a meal out of the sides. Getting a bowl of oatmeal and a side of breakfast meat often works out to be cheaper than a larger, heavier meal. If you know you’re going to enjoy a much bigger signature Disney dining experience later, a simple breakfast at All-Star Music is often the best choice.

While there are kid-specific options, they reflect the same as the adults. Kids have a scrambled egg meal or a Mickey waffle plate.

What makes the kids items different is that they come with a milk or water bottle. I always recommend splitting items between kids instead, or letting littles eat off your plate. This can often be more cost effective, and still get your kids the food they want.

Intermission has a great bakery, with delicious pastries for breakfast. Cinnamon rolls, muffins, and croissants are just the right pick me up along with your coffee, and you can always get a protein side to balance your meal. We particularly enjoy the coffee cake at Intermission, which does in fact complement your morning cup of java.

Lunch and Dinner

Starting at 11:00, Intermission food court switches over to lunch, and offers the same food for the rest of the day. While the menu can change seasonally, there are some staples usually on the menu.

Take a look inside a late-night trip to Intermission food court:
Burgers & Chicken

Grab a hearty burger, served with bacon and cheese or plain, topped with lettuce, tomato, and an incredible garlic-ranch sauce. The burger comes on a toasted brioche bun, the slight sweetness complementing the savory flavors, with crispy fries as the side. You can get this burger with cheese, or get the Intermission special with pimento cheese. Prefer grilled chicken? The chicken sandwich is the perfect for you!

Intermission also has chicken tenders with fries for a simple lunch that’s sure to please your picky eaters.

Entrees

These entrees are the seasonal options, which change throughout the year. Right now, you can get a savory pot roast, delicious roasted salmon, and amazing buttermilk fried chicken. Entrees come with mashed potatoes and green beans.

An Intermission signature entrée that never changes is the Walt Disney’s Favorite Chili in a Bread Boule.

A hearty meat and bean chili comes served in a bread boule and topped with cheddar cheese. None other than Walt Disney himself inspires the recipe, reportedly one of his personal favorites. If you’re a chili person, you’ll definitely want to check this out!

Pizza & Pasta

Get a whole pizza to share or just individual slices, whichever fits your family’s needs. If you get the full pie, you also get a salad and breadsticks to accompany your meal. If multiple people at the table want pizza, the full pizza is the way to go. An entire pizza and the two sides is $30 while one super-slice and side salad is $10.50. It’s easy to see how you come out ahead with that math! End Zone has both pepperoni and cheese pizza, perfect for everyone in the family.

If you want a personal Italian meal, try the Chicken-Parmesan Pasta. Penne pasta and a breaded chicken breast comes with your choice of marinara or Alfredo sauce, topped with provolone cheese, and served with a bread stick.

Salads & Plant-Based

For a lighter meal, try one of the salad options, with or without meat. Top your Garden Salad with chilled shrimp or chicken for that protein punch without feeling overly full when you’re finished. If you want something truly plant-based, but more substantial than a salad, Intermission offers an Impossible burger. Their take on the plant-based burger includes arugula, tomato, avocado, and barbecue sauce for that flavor kick, as well as your choice of side.

Kid’s Meals

Kids have the classic options of cheeseburger, cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, mac and cheese, grilled cheese, and chicken tenders. All come with a squeezable applesauce and yogurt smoothie, with the choice of milk or bottle water as the beverage. If your kiddo would rather have fries, I recommend getting the adult chicken strips and sharing between two kids or saving the extra tenders.

Desserts

Don’t skip the dessert case here! Intermission has two of the special treats for the 50th anniversary – 50th Anniversary Celebration Macaron and 50th Anniversary Dessert. The Celebration Macaron takes a yummy, chewy macaron cookie and fills it with a blueberry ganache and lemon gel, topped with a cute castle print for decoration. The simply named 50th Anniversary Dessert is anything but – smooth raspberry cheesecake topped with a rose gold champagne-infused glaze all set on an almond cookie.

Intermission also has seasonal signature cupcakes in its bakery. Right now, it’s the Cookies ‘n Cream Sundae Cupcake – a chocolate cupcake topped with cookies ‘n cream buttercream, rainbow sprinkles, and chocolate ears to give it that Mickey Mouse flair.

Whether you just grab breakfast in the morning or make it an all day affair, the dining options at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort will make you want to rock and roll all night – and party every day!


Grace Hoyos, Staff Writer

Grace is a life-long lover of all things Disney, particularly the parks at Walt Disney World. She is also an avid Disney Cruise Line enthusiast who regularly dreams of the white sands of Castaway Cay. Grace loves the fact that her Disney trips give her time to spend with her family, enjoy incredible food, and try new experiences.

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