Steakhouse 71, located on the first floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, will open its doors on October 1 for breakfast, lunch and dinner and we are delighted to give our Disney Parks Blog readers a first look at all the menus .
The chefs created a great dinner menu with all the features of a family-run establishment, and the breakfast and lunch offerings are unique and delicious. They even make a nod to Walt Disney with contemporary twists on some of their favorite foods.
And kids can be creative with their meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They can choose a starter, select two sides and a drink from a menu that includes oatmeal with dried blueberries and Mickey-shaped wafers for breakfast and PBJ wings and cheeseburgers for lunch and dinner. They can even create their own ice cream cone!
Our talented mixologists and sommeliers have crafted fabulous alcoholic and non-alcoholic libations offered in the Steakhouse 71 Lounge or to enjoy while you eat.
Take a look at all the new menus, guaranteed to go hungry.
Steakhouse 71, named after the resort’s opening, has sleek yet comfortable décor, with fun 70s design elements and hints of our Florida heritage with subtle glimpses of the beloved Orange Bird and citrus fruits.
Start your Disney Day with a delicious breakfast at Steakhouse 71. The breakfast menu offers everything from freshly baked pastries and avocado toast to Walt’s Prime Rib Hash and Eggs Benedict. Enjoy a variety of wake-up calls such as Bloody Mary’s Steakhouse and Bourbon Cold Brew (Joffrey’s Coffee Cold Brew, bourbon, maple, vanilla cream), as well as espresso, cappuccino, latte, freshly brewed coffee. make, varied teas and juices.
Do I like a tasty meal like I do? Take a break for lunch and relax at Steakhouse 71. Check out this fantastic dining menu: Wedge Salad and Steakhouse 71 Stack Burger tell me my name.
Now, THIS is a meat menu. Personalize your steak starter with a delicious, delicious sauce. Feel like something other than a steak? Steakhouse 71 also offers delicious fish, chicken and plant deals.
One of my favorite desserts is the Steakhouse 71 chocolate cake. It’s 15 layers of chocolate cake with whiskey infusion, chocolate mousse and raspberries, one layer for each floor at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
Before eating (or at any time), relax, grab a sip and take a look at the retro Steakhouse 71 Lounge, with comfortable seating in the large rectangular bar.
Mixologists and sommeliers have created unique and refreshing preparations to enjoy in the Steakhouse 71 Lounge or while eating.
The citrus fruits surrounding the complex when they were first built were the inspiration for two refreshing cocktails. The Citrus Grove cocktail (Italian green and bitter herb liqueur, citrus juices, plain syrup and bitter orange) evokes the aromas of fresh oranges and citrus. And the Steakhouse 71 Vodka Gimlet (vodka, green herbal liqueur, herbal blend, lime juice, simple syrup and Minute Maid Premium Lemonade) is a fresh, herbaceous cocktail inspired by Florida wetlands. The “Lily” garrison is in honor of Lillian Disney.
While enjoying the restaurant’s subtle 1970s vibe, relax with a popular drink from that decade: Tequila Sunrise. Our mixologists gave a modern touch to their Tequila Sunrise with tequila, tropical juices, simple rosemary syrup and homemade grenadine. There is a “shareable” Tequila Sunrise available for lunch and dinner, serving 2 to 4 people.
Steakhouse 71 proudly offers a selection of “Disney Family of Wines,” a diverse collection of wines with a personal connection to the Disney name. The wineries show qualities identified for a long time with Walt Disney and The Walt Disney Company: passion, innovation and quality.
Reservations for Steakhouse 71 are available from 16 September. To make a reservation, visit the Walt Disney World Resort website.