28 Oct Riviera Dining Guide
Disney’s Riviera Resort is located in the Epcot resort area and conveniently close to many great restaurants. The European charm of the resort flows into each of the few dining venues here. With just a handful of eateries in the resort, guests may also want to consider nearby places to eat. Let’s take a look at the Riviera dining options.
Riviera Grab and Go, Quick Service and Mobile Order
Primo Piatto serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is in between both resort pools, making it an option for a pool day meal. There are classic breakfast options that you’d expect but also fun, sweet dishes. You could dine here in the morning more than once on a trip with so many choices to be excited about. For lunch and dinner, Primo Piatto serves hot and cold sandwiches, salads, soups and such.
Le Petit Café in the lobby has coffee and pastries all day. There is some seating in this cutely themed space. For room snacks or to stock your mini fridge, try La Boutique merchandise shop in the resort lobby.
There is a bar and lounge area in the Topolino’s Terrace restaurant that is first come, first served and based on availability.
Riviera Poolside Dining
Bar Riva is at the bigger pool that’s further from the lobby. It’s an open air location but various seating options and the attention to detail and design make it feel indoors. There is a selection of hot meals, appetizers and a full bar at Bar Riva.
Riviera Table Service and Signature Dining
Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera is a rooftop dining venue that’s open for breakfast and dinner. It can be tricky to get a reservation here so plan ahead. Topolino’s Terrace is a character meal for breakfast. Guests are visited by Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy. Each character is in an artsy outfit you won’t see in the parks making this a neat and different meet and greet. Mickey looks perfect as a painter. Breakfast starts with pastries that come in a themey cartoon paint bucket with a few different spreads.
There are no characters for dinner but there are plenty of views. Floor to ceiling windows on the tenth floor provide a unique perspective on Florida’s colorful sunsets. The dinner menu features upscale French and Italian flavors. Topolino’s Terrace also has an outdoor lounge area with distant views of fireworks at Epcot and Hollywood Studios.
For menus, pricing and more information see Disney’s Riviera dining page.
In addition to the restaurants and dining locations mentioned above, guests of the Riviera can easily access many other options by riding the Skyliner. The Skyliner resorts are Disney’s Riviera Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort. If you take the Skyliner to the Epcot stop you can walk to Yacht Club, Beach Club and the Boardwalk.
Tip: Consider Hollywood Studios and Epcot operating hours and if it may be a busy time when using the Skyliner to get around for dining reservations.
If you’re up for a scenic walk, there is a path to Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. There you’ll find a great food court and Sebastian’s Bistro restaurant with Caribbean flavors.