Explore the charm of New Orleans French Quarter in this smallest and most charming of WDW’s Moderates.
Riverside is themed on the Mississippi River communities in Antebellum Louisiana. It is divided into two sections that display the opposite ends of the spectrum. There is Magnolia Bend, where the buildings look like Southern Plantation Mansions and then there is Alligator Bayou, which, has tin roofed wood plank, sided buildings.
Lounges and Bars
The Rivers Roost Lounge is the indoor bar off the lobby. Enjoy entertainment with Ye Haa Bob most nights of the week.
Muddy Rivers is the outdoor pool bar
Restaurants and Dining
Boatwright’s Dining Hall – D $$ – Table Service – Offers up food with a Cajun Flare. Offerings include: Andouille-Crusted Catfish or Jambalaya with Chicken and Andouille Sausage, Crescent City Gumbo, and N’awlins Barbecued Shrimp.
Riverside Mill Food Court – BLD $ – Quick Service – A typical WDW Resort food court with different stations serving things like Freshly Carved Meats (Beef, Turkey, Ham), Baked Ziti, Sandwiches, Soups, and Pizza.
Water Taxi – To Port Orleans Riverside, Saratoga Springs Resort, and Disney Springs.
Bus – Theme Parks, Water Parks, and Disney Springs
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