Big Bites, Scenic Views, and Satisfying Sips – Geyser Point Bar & Grill at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

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This summer, Wilderness Lodge is in full swing with their newest dining location: Geyser Point Bar & Grill. Servicing breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus, Geyser Point is quickly becoming a versatile favorite for Disney diners.

The decor makes use of natural elements like wood and stone to keep with the Pacific Northwest theme of the resort, and an innovative relaxed-yet-upscale style provides a unique atmosphere for guests. Versatile designs with rain guards, fans, fire pits, and heaters allow the bar to be enjoyable in rain or shine; summer heat or winter chill. Nestled on the edge of Bay Lake, it’s the perfect spot to escape the poolside heat, grab a drink, and satisfy that post-swim hunger.


Breakfast offers a hearty array of options, from a Smoked Salmon Everything Bialy to buttermilk pancakes with cinnamon-apple compote. Side choices include Smoked Trail Sausage, bacon served with potato hash, or Canadian bacon. The Eggs Benedict comes in a classic option, served on a cheddar biscuit, but seafood lovers can also enjoy the Crab Cake Eggs Benedict. Lighter fare includes fruit and oat selections, accompanied by a lavender honey-yogurt that’s sure to be a great start to your morning!

Lunch and Dinner

Rustic Fare is the highlight of lounge dining hours. It’s a toss-up between the Cheesy Barbecue Brisket and the Handcrafted Charcuterie – both are ample portions for sharing, but only if you’re feeling nice! Seafood flavors shine in dishes like the Crispy Fried Oysters and Shrimp on a Wire, and pair nicely with chili-salted edamame.

Lunch and dinner dining hours have a nice selection of burgers and sandwiches, but the Bison Cheeseburger is definitely the way to go. Topped with Tillamook cheddar, sweet onion straws, lettuce, tomato, and Marionberry BBQ Sauce, you definitely won’t leave hungry. Be sure to ask your server for an extra side of the sauce for the waffle fries – you’ll need it!

Cocktail Hour

The drink menu has a neat authentic touch by including picks from Pacific Northwest breweries and distilleries, and features wines originating in Oregon and Washington. The Cascadia Sangria Cocktail is a great detour from the usual Beso Del Sol, with a tart Merlot finish. Mules are making a mean comeback, and the Black Cherry Mule is no exception. Agave nectar offers a light sweetness to a refreshing mix of lime juice and Fever Tree Ginger Beer, and Zodiac Black Cherry Vodka cuts through with a delicious twist. For the classic lovers, the Piña Colava doesn’t disappoint. Bacardi Raspberry Rum blended with raspberry puree and colada mix creates a pretty layering effect, and is definitely a recommended escape from the summer heat!

Sunset Views

Geyser Point’s easy access location makes it ideal for resort guests to take a break from the fun in the sun to refuel, and has fantastic front row seats for sunsets over Bay Lake. While it takes a little more effort to get there if you’re drinking around the monorail resort area, it’s a great precursor to tackling Trader Sam’s at the Polynesian. This location does accept Disney Dining Plans, offering a table-service style for only a quick-service credit!

About the Author


Gabby is a current Cast Member and avid Disney storytelling enthusiast. When she grows up, she wants to be a Dapper Dan, but in the meantime she's using her pixie dust to help guests from all over the world plan their dream WDW vacations. In her free time, she likes to introduce her family and friends to Beverly over in EPCOT.

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