So you really liked us
What our customers say between bites and gulps. We’re fond of our little piece of transplanted Ireland – apparently, so are our guests.
Awesome food, super-fantastic service, nice atmosphere, and most of all, outstanding Irish entertainment! I can feel my Irish roots come alive while dining on braised beef and mash with roasted veggies while clapping along to the great music and step-dancing! I could stay here all day and night! My server was Justin and he went above and beyond to make sure I enjoyed my experience here. He made menu recommendations for me, supplied me with quick drink refills, and was able to answer any and all of my questions. If you're going to dine one place in Disney Springs, it has to be Raglan Road Irish Pub!! You will not be disappointed, even if you're not Irish. Plus, be sure to browse the quaint Shop for Ireland on your way out. They have everything from family crests to keychains and Guiness souvenirs. 5 stars all the way...thanks again, Justin!!
Johnmikewv3100, Princeton, West Virginia
We stopped here for dinner after walking around Disney Springs. What a great find! My friend had the fish & chips and I had the “pie to try,” which had different kinds of seafood in it. Both were fantastic. The food arrived quickly after we ordered it too. The waiter was really friendly and the guy playing music on the patio was great. We wanted to stay there all night. A fun place to sit out and enjoy a meal and a drink.
KEG17, Madison, Wisconsin
This was the best brunch that we have eaten in years. The steak and eggs were delicious. Our server/bartenders Paul and Shane were spot on. Excellent service by them.
Linda P, Tampa, Florida
Had a fabulous time at Raglan Road. Live Music was fun and entertaining. We will be back for more food and fun.
We stopped in for drinks one evening and found two seats at the bar. Dinner wait would have been an hour in spite of the fact that it's huge inside. That's how popular this place is. The drinks were good and included a number of flights for tasting. They had all kinds of whiskey's and Scotch's. The servers were friendly and the music was great.
Daniel R K, Madison, Wisconsin
I absolutely LOVED this place. Very large, so even though it was pretty busy we were seated fast. Music was great too! The food was wonderful! I got the fish and chips and it was great. Good atmosphere and all around wonderful experience. The perfect Irish Pub.
hdstarr, Atlanta, Georgia
We arrived for the start of a 4:30 show, drank and ate until they took a break close to 6:00. It was great music, amazing dancing, friendly waitstaff, good food, great beers and fun for kids. I'd love to go back each visit to Disney Springs!
We have eaten here several times, love this place! Great entertainment, value, service and wonderful fresh food. We eat here every time we come to Disney, it's on my to do list for our next trip to Disney. Try it if you've never eaten here, this place is a "Must Do"!
Marines49, Dallas, TX
A really good band and Irish dancers kept this place buzzing all night. We loved the way the dancers walked around, dropped a board and did a jig or reel near you. Food is good pub food and the steaks and ribs were good. Staff friendly and great atmosphere.
andersonglobal, Victoria Capital Regional District, Canada
First of all, Thank you for operating such a Fantasmic Pub. The Food, The Drink, The Music, The Dancing, and the Very Personable Bartenders, along with the local color that frequents, every night. I was at Disney for a convention and just dreaded the thought of same old food at the Franchises, or worse, Theme Park Concessions. I have found home, at your place.
By far the best Irish Pub in all of Florida. I enjoy visiting Raglan Road after a hard day at work and have recommended it to all my friends and co-workers. The outdoor bartender is one of the best bartenders I have had the pleasure to meet.
I recently visited your restaurant and pub in Downtown Disney and had a GREAT time! Food was fantastic, the beer was excellent, and the music exhilarating! Thanks for a GREAT night.
I wanted to share my experience, my family and I had at your pub this past wednesday night. My husband and I came in for the first time and experienced the best service we could we remember in a long time. It’s hard to find good service these days, so we treasure it. You have a excellent restaurant and my husband and I will be sure to tell everyone about our experience. Thanks so much.
Upon being seated in the Downtown Disney, Orlando restaurant Raglan Road, I asked my wife who has visited Dublin, if the interior decor was typical of an Irish Pub; she said it absolutely was just much larger. We had the good fortune to be seated in front of the fireplace in the area known as the Raglan Room at what our hostess said was the best table in the house. Our seats were comfortable armchairs unlike the chairs around any other table and were situated directly adjacent to the fireplace. The room is dark wood panels with interesting art and carvings. The above mentioned fireplace was gorgeous carved wood, inlaid tile, and heavy wrote iron. At one end of the room was a massive carved bar beyond which was the main dining area an open room with a bandstand and raised wooden dance floor.
Our server arrived promptly and, as is normal, asked what we would like to drink. I asked what the had on draught and was pleased with the list which consisted of brews you expect to find in the typical Irish pib -- Guinness, Boddingtons’s, Strongbow -- and a few others like Stella Artois. I chose Bodington's. We were ready to order (we looked over the menu while we waited for our table), my wife chose the sirloin steak and I ordered the Shepard’s pie.
As we waited for our entrees to arrive, the waiter brought a basket of bread and a plate with a dipping sauce. The bread, while not warm, was a delightfully chewy, multi-grain bread. The dipping sauce was different from anything I have had before, it was sweet which we determined to be honey, but also had a caramel flavor. Alas, I forgot to ask what the sauce actually was, perhaps another hound can provide that information, but it was very good.
Our entrees arrived very quickly to our great delight since we were quite hungry. The presentation was pleasant; my wife's steak was plated atop a mound of mashed potatoes, glazed with Irish whiskey, and topped with fried onion strings, my Shepard’s pie was contained in a large bowl, shaped into a two-layered, five-inch cylinder and surrounded by a red-wine reduction. I had also ordered a side of asparagus which arrived attractively lined up in a bowl set slightly askew atop another. Both entrees smelled wonderful.
My wife cut into her steak, scooped a little of the potatoes on the meat and wrapped an onion string around it. As she placed the steak in her mouth and began to chew I saw her eyes fly open, and a huge smile come over her face. She made a few noises that I have heard only during non-food related activities before and began to quickly cut another piece. She fixed the second bit up as she had the first and offered it to me. As I began to chew the mouthful it became apparent that chewing was strictly optional -- this steak was so tender that it literally disintegrated as the flavor exploded in your mouth. I began to understand the noises and I think I made a few of my own. This steak was quite possibly the best steak I had ever tasted -- and I have eaten many steaks in my 45 years.
I moved on to my Shepard’s pie with great anticipation; if this restaurant was that good with steak, I had to find out how it did with my dish. For my first bite I made sure to get an even amount of the mashed potato topping and the ground beef and lamb filling as well as some of the red wine reduction. The flavors melded wonderfully in my mouth and met my now raised expectations of the dish. The seasoning of the ground meats and the accompaniment of the red wine lent this classic Irish dish an extra punch that surely would make any Irishman long for home.
After the meal, we sat and allowed our meals to settle. The portions were a great value for their reasonable size and we were very pleased with the bill when it arrived. As we walked off our dinner strolling through Downtown Disney, my wife kept commenting on how good her steak was, and I reminisced on the savory delights of my Shepard’s pie. We have found a new favorite restaurant at Disney, Danny boy, and these eyes, though not Irish, are definitely smiling.