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New Dishes on Menu at ESPN Club at Disney’s BoardWalk at Walt Disney World Resort

Regulars know you arrive early on game day at the ESPN Club on Disney’s BoardWalk – and they also have their favorites on the menu. Recently, under the helm of Chef Anthony Gregorek, the menu has undergone a major makeover featuring several new dishes, giving the new menu a gastropub feel—bar favorites with an upscale twist.

Bar Flats at ESPN Club at Disney’s BoardWalk

Those ESPN wings are still there, ditto the PB&J Burger and the chicken ‘n waffles, but today, we’re delivering a full listing of the delicious new dishes.

New starters:

  • Bar Flats (the ESPN version of a flatbread with caramelized onion, bacon and beer-cheese fondue; tuna tartare; traditional margarita (mozzarella, tomato and basil); Mediterranean, and the seasonal flat.
  • Club Fries – chunky steak fries topped with ESPN chili, Cheddar and ale fondue, crumbled blue cheese, marinated tomatoes, crispy pancetta and green onion. Plenty to share.
  • Pan-fried potato and cheese pierogi topped with herb-infused sour cream and caramelized onions.
  • Crispy fried Florida pink shrimp with Cajun remoulade, Sherry aioli and grilled lemon.
  • ESPN House Chili with diced onions, shredded Cheddar, smoked bacon, pico de gallo and griddle cornbread.
  • Clam chowder with chopped bacon, herb oil and seasoned oyster crackers.

New entrees:

  • Turkey Carver sandwich with roasted turkey breast, smoke Gouda, maple aioli, tomato and bitter greens.
  • Seafood mac & cheese made with seasonal seafood and citrus gremolata.
  • Sustainable catch with market vegetables.
  • Hand-breaded chicken breast sandwich with pepper jack cheese, tomato and lettuce on a toasted bun.
  • Petite top sirloin and grilled langostinos with house-made mac & cheese, Cabernet butter and market vegetables.
  • Craft beer battered fish and chips with Cajun tartar sauce and fries or cucumber salad.
  • Coffee-brined BBQ-spiced pork chop with fried potato hash and pickled vegetables.
  • Grilled Black Tiger Shrimp and andouille sausage “gumbo style” risotto, braised kale and grilled cornbread.
  • Bourbon-ale braised beef short rib with potato and roasted garlic gratin, watercress, pan gravy and market vegetables.
  • Pan-roasted chicken breast with Parmesan risotto, lemony chicken jus and market vegetables.
  • Sausage 3 Way: bratwurst, peppers and onions on pretzel roll; kielbasa and smoked bacon cabbage on a club roll; and Andouille with pickled vegetables on a poppy seed roll.
  • Vegetarian “Unplugged” with seasonal selections.

ESPN Club also has an impressive craft beer list—over 54 varieties available, including a seasonal menu that boasts beers exclusively from the sunshine state. It’s also the only restaurant at Walt Disney World Resort to pair each entrée with a craft beer, so the flavors of the brew perfectly accompany your main course.


  • The Vegetarian Unplugged as of November 10 consists of the Parmesan risotto, quattro fromage macaroni and cheese, the potato and cheese pierogi, roasted spaghetti squash, potato and garlic gratin, a seasonal vegetable (broccolini for now), grilled carrots, and a meatless niçoise salad. If you’re full on vegan, speak with a chef to customize any order.

  • The vegetarian unplugged is an assortment of all vegetarian components available in the restaurant. It can definitely be customized to an extent to be vegan.

    All of the burgers are still on the menu. Same with the nachos.

    And yes the food at ESPN club can be ordered to go

  • *Sorry ESPN Club

  • Does anyone happen to know if the ESPN Zone offers their menu to go?

  • I’m also asking what Benjamin is asking! What is in the vegetarian option? Is it vegan, or can it be made vegan? Thanks!

  • Are all of the burgers and the nachos still available?

  • Lots of meaty options. Can you tell use more about the Vegetarian “Unplugged”? What is it? What’s in it? Is it vegan or just vegetarian?


  • As long as the pulled pork grilled cheese is still on the menu, I’m good.

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