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Down on Disney’s boardwalk, the pizza is hotter than the seashore in July and the saltwater taffy is take-home friendly. From breakfast to lunch to dinner and dessert, the dining options are a delicious surprise at Disney's BoardWalk, the Atlantic seaboard-themed village at Walt Disney World Resort.

Kouzzina by Cat Cora is the newest addition, featuring the celebrity chef’s Mediterranean-inspired recipes. At the 170-seat Flying Fish Cafe,new American cuisine means a diverse menu designed to please every palate. At ESPN Club, where fans can view “every sport, every game, every day,” guests are batting 1.000 with a Grilled Slider Burger topped with cheese and bacon, specialty drinks and the club’s signature Boo-Yeah Chili. Big River Grille & Brewing Works offers handcrafted beers and taste-tempting pub fare. And what’s a trip to the shore without a stop for fudge or taffy at Seashore Sweets’, a freshly baked cinnamon bun at BoardWalk Bakery or, at Disney's BoardWalk Inn, a sip of something special at Leaping Horse Libations, a carousel pool bar.

Kouzzina by Cat Cora

Kouzzina by Cat Cora is the newest restaurant on Disney’s boardwalk, featuring a menu of Mediterranean-style cuisine that pays tribute to Chef Cora’s Greek roots. As a Mississippi native born to a family of Greek restaurateurs, Cora grew up immersed in two different and flavorful cultures – and kitchen “know-how” handed down through generations. The cuisine at Kouzzina (Greek for “kitchen” and pronounced “koo-zee-nah”) showcases Chef Cora’s philosophy to create simple yet sensational meals.

The family-friendly restaurant is open daily for breakfast and dinner.

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Flying Fish Cafe

Nostalgically reflecting an early 20th century Atlantic Seaboard pier, brilliant neon above the front door welcomes guests to Flying Fish Cafe. Named for a Coney Island roller coaster called “The Flying Turns,” with cars emblazoned with “flying fish,” the brilliant hues carry right inside the front door, where the décor conjures up thoughts of the deep blue sea. Giant, shimmering fish scales hug the walls. Delicate lights dangle from oversized fish hooks. Sleek, golden fish arc overhead.

Guests can dine at the chef’s counter by the show kitchen to watch as a well-orchestrated team turns out nightly specials like oak-grilled wahoo, yellowfin tuna or potato-wrapped red snapper. Flying Fish Cafe is all about seasonal flavors and modern classic cooking, with a seafood-driven menu that also offers a variety of vegetarian, beef and other meat dishes.

Dessert is special at Flying Fish Cafe, with creations like a decadent banana Napoleon with crispy phyllo dough, vanilla crème brûlée and warm caramel sauce topping it all. Wine pairings also are on the menu.

Flying Fish Cafe is open daily from 5:30-10 p.m. for dinner only.

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Big River Grille & Brewing Works

Freshly brewed ale and a pub menu of distinction sets apart Big River Grille & Brewing Works. Serving lunch, dinner and late-night snacks, Big River features three flagship beers brewed right on premises: the aggressive Rocket Red Ale, Tilt Pale Ale and Wowzer’s Wheat, the lightest in body, flavor and appearance, featuring Florida-fresh orange peel added during the brewing. Served in an eclectic, laid-back atmosphere, the menu features Lobster Pot Pie; “Tilted” Veal Loaf with white cheddar mashed potatoes and Tilt Pale Ale sauce; and Rocket Red Ale Chicken, breast of chicken sautéed with shiitake mushrooms in Rocket Red Ale sauce. With seating for 50 outside and 140 inside, the pub serves lunch, dinner and late-night snacks.

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The 71-screen ESPN Club gives noshing fanatics a palate-pleasing lineup of choices. Creamy Spinach and Black Bean Dip with Tortillas, Bloody Mary Chili and Red Wings -- the club’s own special version of Buffalo wings -- make dining as much fun as viewing. Entree items include penne pasta with choice of marinara or alfredo sauce served with grilled chicken or shrimp.

From the bar, guests can sample The Zone, a new twist on a pina colada with a banana plus pineapple and orange juices or The Adrenaline, made of fresh strawberries, banana, fruit punch and choice of liquor.

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For those who want a walk on the sweet side, a stop at Seashore Sweets or BoardWalk Bakery is the ticket. At Seashore Sweets’ guests can admire vintage photos of Miss America Pageant winners while choosing from a selection of gelato, candies and specialty coffees. Seats are available inside and out for those who’d like to sit and sip a cappuccino or caramel hazelnut latte. BoardWalk Bakery’s walk-up counter (seating on the boardwalk) features a selection of pastries, croissants and mouth-watering cinnamon sticky buns plus coffee, espresso, cappuccino, juices and other drinks. Guests can watch bakers at work behind picture windows.

Poolside at Disney’s BoardWalk’s Leaping Horse Libations carousel pool bar, swimmers and sunbathers can enjoy a selection of specialty drinks, plus burgers, salads and chicken sandwiches.

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