Most of SeaWorld’s dining options are located in the North end of the park. In fact, most of them are located in, or just a stone’s throw from The Waterfront. The North end also is home to the park’s only full-service sit-down restaurant, the eye-popping Shark’s Underwater Grill, which is not only the best dining in the park, but one of Orlando’s best restaurants, period.
Everything else is self-serve, cafeteria-style dining and most of it is pretty good when you take into consideration the limitations this style of serving places on the chefs and cooks. All of the cafeteria-style restaurants offer a kid’s meal. Just about every place, except the snack bars and ice cream stands, serves beer, although only Shark’s Underwater Grill serves wine.
In reviewing the eateries below, I follow a circuitous route from the front of the park, through The Waterfront, to Sharks Underwater Grill, then back toward Key West.
Polar Parlor Ice Cream
Voyagers Wood Fired Pizza
The Spice Mill
Shark's Underwater Grill
Captain Pete's Island Eats
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