Championsgate is full to bursting with amazing places to eat and drink. Whichever part of the resort you stay in, you’ll never be far from a scrumptious snack or a fancy meal at an upscale restaurant. There are also plenty of bars to enjoy, including a poolside option, an ale house and a refined watering hole that overlooks one of the resort’s lush golf courses.
International restaurants at Championsgate
Follow the scent of freshly chopped basil and thyme to Trevi’s, the resort’s Italian restaurant, where you can dine indoors or out in the herb garden. Freshly baked bread is served as part of the generous breakfast buffet while at night, pizzas and pasta dishes are the main attraction – all served with a side of authentic Italian music.
Chef Xiong Tang welcomes diners to the pan-Asian restaurant Zen, where appetizers include spicy tuna rolls and sake-infused sashimi. Main courses cover everything from crispy aromatic duck to wok-seared seabass.
You don’t need to leave the pool area when hunger strikes. Croc’s, a casual but elegant restaurant with a breezy terrace, is right next to the pool and has views of the water park’s palm trees and landscaped gardens. Live sport is often screened here, but the main reason to go is for the icy-cold blueberry margaritas, the healthy salads and the wide choice of meals for kids.
Fast food and snacks
Sometimes you just want something quick and simple. Guests at Championsgate are spoilt for choice when it comes to fast food, and all of the big names are easy to find. Grab a donut and a coffee from Dunkin Donuts, or let Subway, McDonald’s or Wendy’s take care of snacks throughout the day. For a proper British meal, head to the fish and chip shop at Championsgate.
People drop into the casual Broadway Deli for the fresh salads and sandwiches, but end up sticking around the for the flavor-packed gelato. Another great on-the-go option is Morsel’s which serves up pastries, snacks and steaming-hot coffee.
Polished floors, deep couches and glittering chandeliers make Championsgate’s stylish lobby bar the ideal place for pre-dinner drinks with friends and colleagues.
By night, classy David’s Club is the place to go for cold drinks, games of pool and energetic foosball sessions. The extensive wine list serves as the perfect accompaniment to the sandwiches and bar snacks.
There’s a huge selection of craft beers and American lagers on offer at Miller’s Ale House, Championsgate’s casual tavern. Chat with friends and watch the game as you tuck into tasty, wholesome food.
If you’ve spent a day on the golf course, don’t miss a trip to the 19th hole, otherwise known as the Piper’s Grille. Serving sunset drinks, it’s the ideal place to wrap up another perfect day in Orlando.
Private dining at Championsgate
Book one of our luxury vacation rentals at Championsgate, Orlando, and our concierge service can arrange for a private chef to prepare meals for you, either as a one off treat or throughout your entire stay.
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