You know it and you love it. Guacamole! The ultimate dip to put on chips! We here at “Vegan Disney Food” love guac so much that we decided to compose “The Complete Guide to Guacamole and Where to Find it at Walt Disney World” so that the next time that craving hits, you’ll know where to satisfy it.
The Complete Guide to Guacamole: Where to Find it at Walt Disney World
Let’s start in Epcot since that’s the theme park with the highest concentration of guacamole out of any other area in the Walt Disney World Resort.
The Mexico pavilion is where you’re going to want to head to. There are five spots to grab guac here. Two quick service locations and three table service restaurants.
Guacamole at La Hacienda de San Angel
La Hacienda de San Angel is situated along the shores of the World Showcase Lagoon. This is a great spot for guac and nighttime fireworks.
You have the option of ordering it plain, topped with mango and pomegranate (skip the cheese) or topped with corn, peppers and pumpkin seeds.
See my vegan review of dinner at the restaurant here: Vegan Disney Food Review: La Hacienda de San Angel in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion
Guacamole at La Cava del Tequila
Step inside the Mesoamerican pyramid in Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion and try and snag one of the tables inside La Cava del Tequila, a cool inviting space reminiscent of a hacienda cellar.
Here you can order guacamole topped with pomegranate pearls.
Guacamole at San Angel Inn Restaurante
Adjacent to La Cava del Tequila is the full service restaurant San Angel Inn.
Snag a reservation here and there’s guac to be had as you dine during perpetual twilight as guests of the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros float by.
Guacamole at Choza de Margarita
Step outside Mexico’s pyramid to find the quick service kiosk Choza de Margarita.
Here you’ll find traditional chips and guacamole topped with mango and pumpkin seeds. Photo credit to ????: @annualsnackholder
Guacamole at La Cantina de San Angel
Directly across the walkway from Choza de Margarita is the quick service restaurant La Cantina de San Angel.
Here you can get chips and guacamole topped with diced tomatoes. Photo credit to ????: @mydisneyeats
Pro Tip: If it’s lunchtime and it’s hot outside, head into the air conditioned dining room of La Hacienda de San Angel. This full-service restaurant is only open for dinner service. Because there is no lunch service, it is used as overflow seating for quick service restaurant La Cantina de San Angel.
Next we’ll make our way over to Disney Springs where there is by far the best and worst guacamole’s on Disney property.
Guacamole at Paddlefish
The absolute BEST tableside guac is being served at Paddlefish, a restaurant that is quite literally a paddle boat set on the shores of Lake Buena Vista.
Order the modified Lobster Guacamole. Omit the lobster and ask to have all the other accoutrements including: seeded jalapeños, cilantro, finely diced red onion, tomato, sea salt and freshly squeezed lime juice.
For a full review of the vegan options available here check out this post: Vegan Disney Food Review: Dinner at Paddlefish In Disney Springs
Guacamole at Paradiso 37
Paradiso 37 in The Landing at Disney Springs is serving up a solid guac! We also think they have the BEST salsa on Walt Disney World property.
Order the House Made Guacamole which is a mix of Hass avocado, tomato, lime juice, chopped serrano pepper, cilantro and red onion. This dip, like the salsa, is served with gluten-friendly tortilla chips.
See our review of all the vegan options available at Paradiso 37 here: Vegan Options at Paradiso 37 in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World
The worst guacamole we’ve had was also from Disney Springs.
Guacamole at The Edison
We’re putting this option in here because, well, it’s an option. It’s not an option that I would recommend though.
I wouldn’t call this guac per say. It’s plain smashed avocado topped with diced bell peppers. No salt. No tomato. No onion. No flavor.
For a full review of the vegan options available here check out this post: Vegan Disney Food Review: Lunch at The Edison in Disney Springs
Last but certainly not least on our tour of guacamole in Disney Springs is Frontera Cocina.
Guacamole at Frontera Cocina
Frontera Cocina can be found at Town Center in Disney Springs. The guacamole here comes in two varieties.
You can get Verde Guacamole blended with roasted poblanos and roasted tomatillo topped with toasted pepitas, cilantro, and onions. Or you can opt for the Mango Guacamole with roasted tomatillo topped with fresh mango, Tajin, cilantro, and onion.
You can also get your guac from the walk-up window here and roam Disney Springs with it. Photo credit to ????: @sparklynicole
Next up, a trip to a Walt Disney World water park.
Guacamole at Typhoon Lagoon
We found this little cup of fancy guac at the Leaning Palms quick service restaurant in Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park.
Order the Vegetable Guacamole Dip which is topped with roasted corn, tomatoes and vegan mozzarella cheese. It’s garnished with plantain chips but also comes with a side of tri colored tortilla chips.
For a full review of the vegan options available at Leaning Palms check out this post: Vegan Disney Food Review: Leaning Palms at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park
Coronado Springs Resort is next on our list. This resort is heavily influenced by Spanish, Mexican and Southwest American cultures so there’s sure to be options here.
Guacamole at Rix Sports Bar & Grill
Sure there’s traditional Guacamole and Chips here. You can even add pineapple and habanero, but I like my guac with waffle fries!
It’s a bit of a modification but you can find out how to do it here: Vegan Disney Food Review: Rix Sports Bar & Grill in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
Guacamole at Maya Grill
You can also order guacamole at Maya Grill, a full-service restaurant which is located inside Coronado Springs resort.
This version is made with fresh avocado, lime, onion, serrano pepper and cilantro and is served with house-made tortilla chips. For a slight upcharge you can add mango and tajin or Grilled Pineapple.
If you know of any spots we missed drop ‘em in the comments section below. Keep in mind this guide is for straight up guacamole. Unadulterated guac. Not the add-on variety. Snack on!