Centertown Market at Disney’s Caribbean Beach

Centertown Market is the primary counter-service dining location at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort. Formerly, this restaurant was known as the Old Port Royale Food Court.

Those of you who visited before the resort’s last renovation may remember how the food court was lavishly themed to an outdoor market you might find at a Caribbean island’s port of call. Unfortunately, like many modern refurbishments, Centertown Market is now a bland place to pick up a meal at the resort.

However, we cannot dwell too harshly on the past. Sooner or later, all the places we know, love, or complain about will be redone again.

So for this article, we’ll focus on the current state of Centertown Market. We’ll discuss what you should expect regarding menu items and preview the grab-and-go items available on our visit.

What to Expect at Centertown Market

On this visit, I had a late lunch at Disney’s Riviera Resort before making my way to Caribbean Beach. Since I’ve been working behind the scenes with updates lately, I realized I had neglected to provide any real coverage of Centertown Market outside of our resort dining guide.

Related: Disney’s Caribbean Beach Dining Guide

So I thought we would remedy that with a walk-through of the quick service restaurant.

Centertown Market is located off the Old Port Royale lobby of Disney’s Caribbean Beach. The restaurant serves breakfast daily between 7:00 a.m. through 11:00 a.m. Then they switch to lunch and dinner between 11:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.

When you first enter Centertown Market, you’ll notice a queue to the immediate left where guests can order food.

To the right, you’ll see the resort’s gift shop Calypso Trading Post. A separately framed area serves as a place to pick up grab-and-go food items. We’ll look at those items a little further down.

A specialty coffee pick-up window is available. You can mobile order coffee from the My Disney Experience app or at the regular queue inside the quick service.

A few accompaniments and a microwave were available to the left of the coffee pick-up window.

Additionally, a long bar runs the length of most of the restaurant, offering condiments and other items.

We saw the regular items like sauces, mustard, ketchup, and salad dressing.

Additionally, a toaster oven was available.

Another microwave sat next to the toaster.

Across from the condiments, we see the resort’s beverage station. This is where you’ll want to refill drinks and Rapid Fill mugs.

If you purchase a regular drink, you can usually get up to three refills within a two-hour time period. Two Freestyle Coke machines sit at the end of the bar.

Personally, I don’t care for the Coke Freestyle machines. As someone who’s developed an allergy to food dyes, I try to avoid using them.

Someone recently told me that you could select “water” and let it run through for a few minutes to help clear out the taste before making your selection.

But thankfully, they still have a couple of regular soda machines. In addition, a sink sits to the right for guests to rinse their refillable mugs.

Joffrey’s coffee is the brand of choice at Walt Disney World Resorts.

You’ll find a pair of restrooms toward the back of Centertown Market.

Additionally, the restaurant has multiple indoor and outdoor seating areas.

Centertown Market Menus

As far as the menu goes, Centertown Market has a decent selection of items. So you should be able to find something suitable for a meal or two during your stay.

We’ll go through the lunch and dinner menu first. Items in the sandwiches and more section come with a choice of French fries or Macaroni and Cheese:

  • Hot Cuban Sandwich
  • Swashbuckler Burger
  • Bacon Cheddar Cheeseburger
  • Impossible Burger (Plant-Based)
  • Rum-Mango BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich
  • Turkey Sandwich

Pizza Items include

  • Super Slice of Pepperoni or Cheese
  • Large Pepperoni or Cheese Whole Pizza

Entree selections include:

  • Mixed Grill Platter
  • Fried Yuca Bowl
  • Roasted Half-Chicken
  • Fish Tacos
  • Chicken Bowl
  • Romaine Salad
  • Chicken Strips

Kids’ Meals include:

  • Chicken Bowl
  • Fish Tacos
  • Cheeseburger
  • Chicken Strips
  • Macaroni and Cheese

Sweet Treats:

  • Key Lime Tart
  • Mickey or Minnie Cupcake
  • Soft Serve Ice Cream
  • Jumbo Cookie

Regular Coke products, Gold Peak iced teas, hot beverages, beer, wine, and cocktails are also available.

Additionally, specialty coffees are listed in the My Disney Experience app. They include:

  • Caffè Latte
  • Joffrey’s Coffee Cold Brew French Roast
  • Caffè Americano
  • Cappuccino
  • Joffrey’s Coffee Cold Brew Joffrey’s Shakin’ Jamaican
  • Espresso

Breakfast items include:

  • Waffle Bounty Platter
  • Ham and Cheese Omelet
  • Caribbean Omelet
  • Vanilla Pancakes
  • Mickey-shaped Waffles
  • Egg and Cheese Bagel Sandwich
  • Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Bagel Sandwich

Plant-Based Items include:

  • Plant-based Harvest Breakfast
  • Avocado Toast


  • Steel-cut Oatmeal
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Breakfast Potatoes
  • Scrambled Eggs

Kids’ Meals:

  • Oatmeal with Dried Cranberries
  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Mickey-shaped waffles
  • Pancakes with Berry Compote

Prices for each item are available on Disney’s site.

Grab and Go at Centertown Market

A stand-alone grab-and-go area sits toward the front of Centertown Market. This area is separate from the gift shop and the food court. A cast member is available inside to ring up purchases from the market.

They have several cases containing various snacks, pastries, and beverages inside.

Snacks included traditional popcorn and crispy rice Mickey treats.

A few bags of mixed nuts, shortbread cookies, and candies were displayed.

Keeping with the Caribbean theme, candied mango slices and pineapple wedges were available. In addition, a few individual fruit selections sit on the bottom shelf.

Fresh baked goods include pastries and similar items.

Those items were croissants, cookies, donuts, cinnamon rolls, danishes, and muffins.

Here is a photo of the price list.

Instead of ordering a slice of pizza, you could grab a slice here from the warming tray. I don’t know about you, but I’m not a fan of picking up boxed food that I can’t see from a heated case–we’re back at the gas station.

Other treats include Enjoy Life cookies, individual cereal containers, chips, and gummies.

A few novelty Mickey ice cream treats were available.

Lastly, I noticed a display with a few bottles of wine and individual servings of wine.

Speaking of beverages, we’ll take a peek inside the cooler area.

From the far end, we see beer, champagne, and chilled wine selections. (Liquor items are available next door at the gift shop. They are located behind the register.)

Bottled soda and tea are available.

A few sports drinks and energy drinks sat toward the top. You can also find orange juice, water, and other flavors of juice.

A kids’ cooler contained several types of milk. If you order a kids’ meal, you can select some of these items as sides. For example, I usually order an extra side of fries or a cutie. However, you could pick up a small carton of milk as an extra side and save it to use with cereal the following day.

Disney used to have small packages of grapes, carrots, and apples as sides, but I haven’t seen them in quite some time. Now options are mostly the Go-Gurt apple sauce or the Danimal yogurt drink.

The last two cases contained the Mickey and Minnie cupcakes we saw on the dessert menu. A few other treats were available.

Lastly, we have a few premade sandwiches, salads, and fruit cups.

Disney Rapid Fill cups are available at the register. You can enjoy refills of fountain drinks, coffee, and tea at any resort self-service for the length of your resort stay for $21.99.

Additionally, soft-serve ice cream is available. The choices were vanilla, chocolate, or swirl with a choice of two toppings.

Overall, Centertown Market has a reasonable selection of grab-and-go and made-to-order menu items. But, of course, if you’re staying at the resort, several other dining options are available, like Sebastian’s Bistro, Banana Cabana, and Spyglass Grill.

Additionally, since Disney’s Riviera sits next door, several other excellent dining options are within walking distance. They include:

For more information about Caribbean Beach, you might enjoy our resort guide:

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