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ESPN Club

2101 N. Epcot Resorts Blvd. Send to Phone
407-WDW-DINE | Menu
A restaurant with 80 TV monitors so you don't miss a single play.

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Lunch & Dinner daily
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ESPN Club Restaurant Review

: Sports fans who like eating in front of the TV will feel right at home in this sports bar, with 80 TV monitors blaring so no one misses a play. And kids get a room full of video games next door to the restaurant. The food is pretty predictable; most diners are more interested in the broadcasts than in what is on their plates. But the red (chicken) wings and a cold brew are a nice snack for the game. Serious eaters go for the Cuban burger topped with Dijonaise sauce, shaved ham, Swiss cheese and pickles or the ribs in sweet-and-tangy barbecue sauce served with coleslaw and fries. If you’re watching fat and carbs, it’s slim pickings on the menu, but there is a veggie sandwich and Asian chicken salad (just skip the wontons).



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