The inn and the villas share a common lobby with the rest of the resort. Guests can rent surreys or bicycles to travel around the Epcot resorts, enjoy classic midway 2017 disney deluxe dining plan pdf and street performers, go dancing at the Atlantic Dance Hall or enjoy a “dueling pianos” show at Jellyrolls. American cuisine along with its unique selection of beers. As of December 2014 a new restaurant called Trattoria al Forno, serving family style Italian cuisine opened replacing Kouzzina by Cat Cora.

Disney’s Boardwalk Resort offers many dining options both on the Boardwalk and inside the resort. Pastries and numerous desserts are sold here. You can also get a quick to-go breakfast. The ESPN also offers over 100 TV screens to watch the daily sporting events. The main difference between the ESPN Club and ESPN Zone restaurants is the nightly live interactive entertainment. Each night, guests at the ESPN Club can share questions, opinions, and comments with the “Sports Hosts”.

The fare includes that of a typical sports bar, with the notable exceptions of the Salmon BLT, Cuban Burger, and Blackened Mahi Mahi sandwich. There are many jerseys, balls, plaques, and other various sports memorabilia throughout the facility. HD projection screen in the main dining room. There is a pizza window which offers slices or whole pies to-go. Trattoria al Forno replaced Kouzzina by Cat Cora, which had replaced a restaurant formerly on the site called Spoodles, which also offered Mediterranean cuisine.

ESPN Club Store building on the Inn side of the Boardwalk. The newest addition to The Boardwalk entertainment district, the creamery offers a list of unique, custom-made flavors, including a Walt Disney World-Exclusive flavor, “Sally Sells Seashells. They also offer a selection of sundaes, milkshakes, and floats, as well as gluten-free and vegetarian ice cream concoctions. Located next to Trattoria al Forno, this walk-up, counter-service location serves up full-size pizzas of several varieties and salads.