Geyser Point Bar and Grill now open at Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort

Feb 13, 2017 in "Geyser Point Bar and Grill"

Geyser Point Bar and Grill overview
Posted: Monday February 13, 2017 9:22am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

The new Geyser Point Bar & Grill opens today at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, part of the expansion of Wilderness Lodge to incorporate new waterside Disney Vacation Club villas.

The eatery can be found in the heart of the Copper Creek pool area, with lounge seating and a walk up window for all-day quick service dining.

Geyser Point Bar & Grill is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with a lounge offering specialty drinks.

Breakfast is served 7am to 11, lunch and dinner is from 11am  to midnight, and the lounge is available from 11am to midnight.

Roaring Fork Snacks and Trout Pass Pool Bar both close for refurbishment beginning today, with Roaring Forks reopening later in 2017.

Geyser Point Bar & Grill breakfast menu

Entrées

Smoked Salmon Everything Bialy
$9.99

Scrambled Eggs
with a choice of Smoked Trail Sausage or Bacon served with Potato Hash or Fresh Fruit
$8.49

Egg White, Spinach, and Feta Breakfast Wrap
served with fresh Fruit
$6.99

Maple Cinnamon Pancakes
with Apple Compote served with a choice of Canadian Bacon, Trail Sausage or Bacon
$8.99

Eggs Benedict
with House-made Canadian Bacon on a Cheddar Biscuit served with Potato Hash or Fresh Fruit
$9.99

Crab Cake Eggs Benedict
served with Potato Hash or Fresh Fruit
$10.99

Seasonal Fruit Plate
with Lavender Honey-Yogurt
$8.99

Steel-cut Oats
with Dried Fruits and Nuts
$4.69

Yogurt Parfait
with Seasonal Berries and House-made Granola
$5.79

Kids' Meals

Scrambled Eggs
served with Bacon or Sausage and Potato Hash and choice of small Low-fat Milk or small Dasani® Water
$4.99

Mini Buttermilk Pancakes
with Maple Syrup served with Bacon or Sausage and choice of small Low-fat Milk or small Dasani® Water
$4.99

Granola, Apples and Strawberries
with Honey Yogurt Dip and choice of small Low-fat Milk or small Dasani® Water
$4.49

Geyser Point Bar & Grill lunch and dinner menu

Burgers & Sandwiches

Lump Crab Cake Sandwich
with House-made Canadian Bacon and Spicy Cabbage-Carrot Slaw
$13.99

House-Smoked Salmon BLT
with Lemon-Caper Mayonnaise
$12.49

Smoked Turkey Sandwich
with Lettuce, Tomato and Cranberry Mayonnaise
$9.99

Classic Bacon Cheeseburger
with Tillamook Cheddar, Lettuce and Tomato
$12.49

Bison Cheeseburger
with Tillamook Cheddar, Sweet Onion Straws, Lettuce, Tomato and Marion Berry Barbecue Sauce
$13.49

Salads

Grilled Portobello Salad
with grilled Portobello, Zucchini, Roasted Red Peppers, Tomato, and Multi-Grain Salad with Goat Cheese Dressing
$9.99

Grilled Chicken Salad
with Arugula-Romaine, Apples, seasonal Berries, Hazelnuts, and Red Wine Vinaigrette
$12.49

House-Smoked Salmon Salad
with Arugula-Romaine, Apples, seasonal Berries, Hazelnuts, and Red Wine Vinaigrette
$12.49

Seasonal Fruit Plate
with Lavender Honey-Yogurt
$8.99

Kids' Mickey Check Meals

Mickey Check Meal - Grilled Chicken Strips
served with dipping sauces and choice of Apple Slices or Vegetable Sticks and small Low-fat Milk or small Dasani® Bottled Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions
$6.99

Mickey Check Meal - Finger Food Sampler
sliced Smoked Turkey, Tillamook Cheddar, Spiced Apple Jam, Grape Tomatoes and Sourdough Crisps served with choice of small Low-fat Milk or small Dasani® Bottled Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions
$6.99

Kids' Meals

Cheeseburger
with Grapes and Danimals and choice of small Low-fat Milk or small Dasani® Water
$6.99

Desserts

Chocolate Brownie Mousse
with Caramel Popcorn and Toasted Meringue
$5.99

Seasonal Pie
$5.99

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Jess GApr 26, 2017

As long as the hotel is not at capacity 9 times out of 10 they will let you park to go dine :)

Mark P.Apr 25, 2017

I would assume that they'll handle it the same way that they handle drive-up guests at every other resort: it'll depend on crowd levels property-wide and capacity at that property that particular day. I can't imagine they'll treat Geyser Point visitors any differently than Trader Sam's or Crews Cup (just to name a couple).

aladdin2007Apr 24, 2017

Will they allow you to park at the lodge to dine at geyser point? the last several months there have been signs out front saying you cant park here unless you have a reservation, but that restaurant doesn't take reservations. Has anyone tried recently? thanks. were local and visited resorts often for dining but its becoming increasingly difficult propertyu wide without a specific reservation.

Beacon JoeFeb 27, 2017

Wow. That looks like a contender to become my favorite place to relax. Can't wait to check it out shortly. I just wish that they offered raw oysters on the menu. :hungry:

21stampsFeb 17, 2017

And restrooms!

Jon81ukFeb 16, 2017

I've seen conflicting reports, some blogs are saying permanent closure, others say it will re-open. I think it is still needed as Geyser Point is still a moderate distance from the pool. Also Geyser Point doesn't feel like a pool bar, I wouldn't really go there dripping wet from the pool.

bunnymanFeb 16, 2017

I'm not sure if anyone posted yet, but what is to become of Trout Pass Pool Bar? When we were down there in August the bartenders were unsure of that location's future given the proximity to Geyser Point, however, they did note that the building will have to remain in some form as it houses the pump equipment for the main pool.

jakemanFeb 16, 2017

As does Aulani. In my experience the Grand California doesn't do it well. Vero doesn't at all.

Next Big ThingFeb 16, 2017

Universal's hotels do it and it's fine. Hell, the Grand Californian does it!

Gabe1Feb 16, 2017

We do that at many of the resorts now especially on days when we are park hopping. Lunch we will often while hopping parks stop at the Grand Flo or Contempo for A/C, zero lines for their QS. At night often at the Poly for Ohana or Kona. We've even done Capt Cooks for breakfast prior to the former train/welcome in the morning. We will eat, snack and drink the Boardwalk, or cross the bridge to TS dine at Beach or Yacht between hops of the Studios and Epcot. Wilderness Lodge is another that is just a simple boat ride from the MK. Depending on how climate control is handled at Geyser in the warmer sticky months it could be a place to hit on before night EMH for the MK. Decades ago we did just that. I can't say I blame Disney for guests initially visiting other resorts, bars and restaurants. Believe that is more on social media and fan inspired non-official type of tour books followed up now with blogs and vlogs of where else to go. Sure Disney is capitalizing on how educated the resort guests have become, pushing it even with the ADRs but I can't say Disney was the one that threw the resort exploring into their WDW business model.They have actually had to modify many of the restaurants and lounges for the non resort guests and some cult type followings some of the lounges started dealing with, even removing very popular performers from resort lounges because of 'followers' hanging all night and resort guests being miffed. Again not the original intent of Disney. Where I never hopped around for meals or lounges years ago I do it now. But then again when my kids were small pool hopping was allowed and we did do that back then.

Gabe1Feb 16, 2017

So on the still sealed dock area side of geyser point where it looks like the landscaping goes right to the water...am I spying in the water up against land a concrete retaining wall? I have been looking at that and the cabins being built and wondering for the new builds how they were going to deal with trying to Gator proof those areas close to the lake and Geyser along with the new Cabins that are dang close to the lake. I can't quite get a close enough look from the photo's or videos but at first blush...did they deal with the Gators proactively with concrete disguised retaining walls? :confused:

21stampsFeb 16, 2017

I got the 20% at both of the pool bars at the Grand Floridian. I didn't realize that the rest didn't offer it as well. I'm not sure if they existed back then or not, but either way I definitely never noticed it. Good to know! I'm planning on staying at the Epcot resorts again eventually..this might speed that up. ;)

Biff215Feb 16, 2017

No, definitely not new. We typically stay at BCV for our summer trips, going back at least 5-6 years now. I don't ever remember not seeing them. Usually there's two of them roaming. I see them mostly on the YC side, although I'm sure they aren't restricted to that area. It really is a great service, and well worth the tip.

WDW1974Feb 16, 2017

Great. That is good news. Thanks!