If you’ve ever visited Disney Springs before then you’ve probably heard of Earl of Sandwich. This popular sandwich shop offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Earl of Sandwich is also a great place to pick up a sub sandwich along with a couple of other choice items. And if you want to get a bite to eat to take back to your resort room, this is probably one of the best stops to do just that.
Disney Springs Earl of Sandwich is located in the Marketplace portion of the venue. This is also where you will find some of the more classic stores like World of Disney and Tren-D.
Most people know where Earl of Sandwich is if they’ve visited before. That’s because it was one of the first locations you met after leaving the old bus stop.
But the bus stop is now over at Town Center. So you’ll have to take a right when you enter Disney Springs to head over to Marketplace and Earl of Sandwich. Don’t worry, the layout of Disney Springs is much more convenient now.
Here are a few quick reference details for Earl of Sandwich at Disney Springs.
Disney Springs Restaurant:
Earl of Sandwich
Type of Service:
Type of Food:
$14.99 and Under
Disney Dining Plan
Yes, but currently unavailable
Annual Passholder Discount:
10% on food and non-alcoholic beverages
Tables in Wonderland
Earl of Sandwich Menu
You can click on the link in the table above to preview the current Earl of Sandwich menu. And here’s a look at the menu posted outside Earl of Sandwich on a recent visit for quick reference.
As far as personal recommendations for Earl of Sandwich I’ve had good luck with The Full Montagu sandwich. I’ve also heard good things about the Holiday Turkey over the years.
While I don’t think that this sub shop is a place you’ll want to write home about during vacation, it does serve a purpose. Earl of Sandwich provides good, standard sandwiches at a reasonable price.
I’d much prefer to eat a meal here than at the All-Stars food court. And this is one of the easiest places to pick up a to-go order that you don’t have to worry about getting cold if you aren’t quite ready to eat yet. Unless, you get your sandwich heated.
Remember that if you are an annual passholder, they offer a 10% discount. So try to keep your ID and your hard ticket annual pass with you when traveling to Disney Springs.
For me, a good rule of thumb is to always ask at the checkout if they take the annual pass discount. Those discounts can add up after a full week at Disney if you remember to use them.
You might also enjoy the Disney Springs transportation guide. It includes tips on how to get to, from, and around the venue.
What is your favorite sandwich at Earl of Sandwich? Let me know in the comments below.