7 Fun Themed Restaurants in Orlando The Whole Family Will Love

By February 12, 2019 No Comments

These awesome themed restaurants in Orlando and Kissimmee are great fun for all ages.

When you’re on an Orlando family vacation, you’re probably looking for a place to eat that will satisfy your hunger and entertain the kids.

Both in and out of the theme parks, there’s something to suit everyone. Here’s a few of our top picks:

Toothsome Chocolate Emporium & Savory Feast Kitchen

No matter how old you are, you’ll feel like a kid in a candy shop in this incredible, over-the-top restaurant specializing in all things sweet. Servers dress in Victorian-era costume, and the whole place is decked out in funky steampunk designs, including two huge, iconic smokestacks chugging away. For anyone who has ever dreamed of winning a golden ticket and touring Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, Toothsome Chocolate Emporium is about as close as you can get in real life. Decadent desserts come in all different shapes and sizes, but the shakes are simply irresistible.

Medieval Times Dinner Tournament

Take a trip back to the Middle Ages for a feast of fit for a king. Dinner is served inside they walls of an 11th century styled castle, whisking you back to the bygone era of medieval Spain. The kids will love chowing down while watching the Knights of the Realm battle it out to be crowned the Kings Champion. Adults will appreciate the exceptional horsemanship and falconry.  Dinner features garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, sweet buttered corn, herb-basted potatoes, the pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. Beer and spirits are available from the bar.


Get ready to step back in time in this jaw-dropping restaurant in Disney Springs. Every family has a member that’s obsessed with dinosaurs, and this incredible restaurant will absolutely make their day. mouth-watering menu items range from mammoth burgers to St. Louis-style ribs and fire-roasted chicken to volcanic desserts.

This restaurant isn’t owned by Disney, so if you call Disney for a reservation and they are full, try calling them directly, they often have more tables available: Call 407-828-8739.

Antojitos Authentic Mexican Food

Themed restaurants are lots of fun with plenty of entertainment, but they’re not always known for having high-quality, delicious food. Antojitos is the perfect combination of fun and food if you’re looking for something a little bit more grown-up but still entertaining. Not only is this food delicious, it’s surprisingly authentic. Guests rave about everything from the guacamole perfectly prepared table-side to margaritas. When you’re ready for a hearty meal in a laid-back environment, look no further.

Capone’s Dinner & Show

This 1930s-themed eatery is one of the themed restaurants in Orlando that will keep adults and kids entertained. Chow down on tasty Italian-American cuisine and enjoy an all-you-can-drink evening. The story is silly and full of gangsters, hard-boiled broads and lots of laughs.

If you want to have a fun evening without spending an arm and a leg, Capone’s is also very affordable.

The Cirque Magique

Whether your kids are two or twelve, they’ll get a huge kick out of this one-and-a-half hour variety show. If you were sad to see that one of the world’s most famous circus shows was coming to an end earlier this year, you can still keep the magic alive at Orlando’s only circus-themed dinner show. Kids will love the hilarious, interactive antics of the clowns and other performers while they dine on delicious burgers, hot dogs, and sundaes. If you love the circus, this is one of the themed restaurants in Orlando you won’t want to miss!

Mythos Restaurant, Islands of Adventure

For a more upscale meal in stunning surroundings, stop by this beautiful restaurant located inside Universal’s Islands of Adventure. This incredible eatery looks like it was carved into the side of a mountain and feels like dining inside a mysterious cavern. To top it off, the Mediterranean food here is not your typical theme park fare. A dining experience fit for the gods! And when you’ve finished eating, head around the side of the building and see if you can spot the troll under the bridge. You’ll certainly hear him!