2 Restaurants at Disney’s All-Star Sports (menus/pics)

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Are you wondering about the dining options and restaurants at Disney’s All-Star Sports?

There’s a common misconception that the food at Disney’s value resorts isn’t as good as at the higher-priced hotels. While there may not be as many options, I think the food is just as good (and some options are better)! 

interior view of the pool bar and restaurant at all-star sports

Below, you will learn about the TWO different dining options you have while staying at All-Star Sports.

All-Star Sports Restaurants & Dining:


#1. End Zone Food Court

checkout lines at the restaurant at all-star sports

The End Zone food court is All-Star Sports’ main dining option. It serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and is open from 7 am to 11 pm.

What food does End Zone Food Court serve?

Since the food court serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the offerings change throughout the day. In general, the food at All-Star Sports has an American theme. Here are a few of the things that are currently being served.

Breakfast – click here to see the full menu:

  • Mickey waffles and pancakes
  • Omelets, breakfast sandwiches, and the Loaded Totcho Bowl with eggs, cheese, and sausage gravy
  • Plant-based Mickey frittata
  • Oatmeal and fruit cups

Lunch and dinner – click here to see the full menu:

  • Honey Barbeque Pork Sandwich
  • Meatball Subs
  • Pizza, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, chicken strips
  • A variety of different salads

If you want to feed your family on a budget, try getting a large pepperoni pizza and a family-size Caesar salad, which costs under $35! This is probably one of the best deals in Disney World. 🙂

Where is End Zone Food Court located?

map showing all-star sports restaurants

End Zone Food Court is inside Stadium Hall, where you check in at All-Star Sports. There are two entrances – one at the front of the building by the lobby and the other on the other side near the main pool.

As you continue walking into the food court, you will see a large area with different stations. Each station serves a different group of foods. For example, one station serves pizza, and another serves burgers and chicken tenders.

Here is a closer view of one of the areas where you can order food.

This is another view of a different area in which to order food.

There is LOTS of seating inside the All-Star Sports food court.

Plenty of tables and chairs were available at almost any time of day. We only had trouble finding a table during the breakfast rush (8–9 am), as everyone was getting their Mickey waffles before heading out for the day! 🙂

As the name suggests, All-Star Sports has a general theme, with Baseball, Basketball, and American Football as the major focal points. However, tennis, surfing, and soccer are also featured among the colorful and fun decor. My favorite detail is the walls, designed to look like basketball courts!

When you first walk into End Zone Food Court, you’ll notice refrigerators near the checkout area. There are many grab-and-go options, such as salads, fruit cups, parfaits, and even a Mickey cake to celebrate a special occasion. There are also many different drinks, including milk, juice, soda, water, beer, and wine.

The food court at All-Star Sports will delight anyone with a sweet tooth!

One of my family’s favorite ways to enjoy the desserts is to grab some for the room on the way back from the parks.

The soda and ice machines and coffee stations are near the checkout area. Here, you can get unlimited beverages with your Rapid-Refill mug or buy a single-use cup at the checkout.

The food court also has microwaves and toasters. This is important to remember since your room does not have these small appliances inside. Instead, you just have a coffee maker and beverage cooler.

To help save yourself time, I recommend that you MOBILE ORDER food from the food court at All-Star Sports.

Instead of waiting in line to order your food, it can be ready when you get to the counter!

Head to the My Disney Experience app and click “Mobile Orders” then “Create New Order.” The app should recognize your location and bring up the End Zone Food Court if you are currently at All-Star Sports. But if not, it’s easy to search for the resort using “Filters.”

From here, you will see all the options currently being offered. Pick what you want and checkout using the app. I love that you even pay for the food from your phone, so you don’t have to wait in line.

To pick up your mobile order, look for the mobile pickup window near the End Zone Food Court checkout area.


#2. Grandstand Spirits

The other dining option at All-Star Sports is outside the main building near the Grand Slam pool, the main pool at the resort.

If you look around, you will have no trouble finding Grandstand Spirits, a pool bar with a baseball theme and bright yellow awning.

At Grandstand Spirits, you can find an array of beverages, including classic alcoholic drinks, to enjoy while sitting at the pool.

The pool bar also offers a limited food menu. You’ll find Mickey pretzels, chips, salads, and sandwiches. But the real draw here is the treats! While taking a break from the pool, you can cool off with a Mickey ice cream bar or sandwich before you dive back in.


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Frequently Asked Questions – Dining at All-Star Sports Resort:

Are there any restaurants with character dining experiences at All-Star Sports?

No, there are no character dining experiences at this resort.

Is a dining plan available for guests at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort?

Yes, if you purchase a Disney dining plan, you can redeem it at End Zone Food Court, which is considered a Quick-Service restaurant.

Do I need to make dining reservations in advance to eat at End Zone Food Court?

Nope! The food court and pool bar at All-Star Sports do not require reservations. They are considered “Quick Service” restaurants, so you just walk up and order. You can also place a mobile order at End Zone Food Court through the My Disney Experience app.

Can I get food delivered to my room at All-Star Sports?

The short answer is no, as none of the “Value Resorts” at Walt Disney World offer traditional room service, where you can order food and have it delivered directly to your room. But when my family is too tired to sit and have dinner, we place a mobile order for pizza and take it back to our room. 🙂

In addition, you can use Uber Eats or DoorDash to have food delivered to you from many local restaurants in Orlando.

What are the operating hours of the dining locations?

End Zone Food Court is open from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.

Grandstand Spirits is open from 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

Hours are subject to change.

Can I find vegetarian or vegan options at All-Star Sports?

Yes! End Zone food court offers many different options if you are on a plant-based diet.

For example, you can order the Plant-based Mickey Frittata for breakfast or the Mediterranean Curry-Chickpea Salad for dinner.


What questions do you have about the restaurants at Disney’s All-Star Sports?

Ask below in the comments section. I PROMISE that I will respond and answer. 🙂

Lindsey Dahle
Lindsey Dahle

Lindsey has been writing at Resort Rat since 2023. She loves sharing her enthusiasm for travel, especially to Disney destinations. She is passionate about helping others make the most of their travel. Lindsey's home base is a quiet neighborhood with a pond and woods, but her home is wherever her husband and two kids are.

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