Best Kept Secret at Walt Disney World?

Most people visit Walt Disney World for it’s attractions and premiere entertainment but there’s another big reason to visit, the food. So many options and so little time, and there has been an option to make ordering food that much faster. Mobile Ordering has been around for a couple of years now but it might just be the best kept secret as people still don’t seem to get full use of it or even know where to access the features.

Mobile Order is built into the My Disney Experience app and allows you to browse the menu of a participating quick service and actually order your meal from your phone. Then when you are ready to eat it’s as simple as hitting the “I’m Here Prepare My Order” button and then just sit and wait until you get notified that your order is ready.

The best thing about Mobile Order is that you don’t have to wait in line to order and receive your food, you could go find a table and relax and when it’s time to pick up your food you go to a special designated window, the process takes less than a minute.

Here’s a list by parks and resorts of where you can take advantage of this convenient system.

Magic Kingdom:

Aloha Isle

Casey’s Corner

Columbia Harbour House

Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe

Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe

Pinocchio Village Haus

The Lunching Pad

Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant


Electric Umbrella (closing later this year)

Disney’s Hollywood Studios:

ABC Commisary

Backlot Express

Catalina Eddie’s

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Fairfax Fare

Milk STand


Ronto Roasters

Rosie’s All-American Cafe

Woody’s Lunch Box

Disney’s Animal Kingdom:

Flame Tree Barbecue

Harambe Market



Disney Springs:

D-Luxe Burger

Disney’s All Star Resorts:

World Premiere Food Court

Intermission Food Court

End Zone Food Court

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge:

The Mara

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort:

Centertown Market

Spyglass Grill

Disney’s Contemporary Resort:

Contempo Cafe

Disney’s Polynesian Resort:

Capt. Cook’s

Disney’s Pop Century Resort:

Everything POP Shopping and Dining

Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort:

Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge:

Roaring Fork

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