Full menu and pricing for the upcoming Regal Eagle Smokehouse

Jan 09, 2020 in "Regal Eagle Smokehouse"

Regal Eagle Smokehouse food preview
Posted: Thursday January 9, 2020 3:25pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has released the full menu and pricing for the upcoming Regal Eagle Smokehouse at Epcot's American Adventure pavilion.

Entrees are priced between $11 and $19, with additional sides running at $4.99. An opening date is not yet available, although plans suggest a winter opening for the quick service BBQ restaurant.

Regal Eagle Smokehouse Entrées

American Platter
Choose 3 Meats,1 side, and Garlic Toast

Memphis Dry-rub Pork Ribs
Dry-rubbed and Slow-smoked in our Pit served with your choice of side

Kansas City Smoked Half-Chicken
Slow-smoked Half-Chicken smothered with our Sweet Barbecue Sauce served with your choice of side

Barbecue Burger
1/3 lb Angus Burger on Garlic Toast topped with Barbecue Pork and Fried Onion Ring served with your choice of side

Sliced Texas Beef Brisket Sandwich
Rubbed with our secret Brisket Rub then Slow-smoked and smothered in Spicy Mop Sauce, and placed between Garlic Toast and served with your choice of side

North Carolina Chopped Smoked Pork Butt Platter
Chopped Pork Butt and Garlic Toast topped with our North Carolina Vinegar Sauce served with you choice of side

Power Greens Salad
Mixed Greens tossed with Fresh Citrus Fruit, Sunflower Seeds, Dried Cranberries, and Radishes in a Fresh Citrus Vinaigrette Dressing topped with Chilled Pulled Chicken

South Carolina Smoked Sausage Sandwich
Smoked Sausage on Garlic Toast topped with our Tangy Mustard Sauce and Caramelized Onions

Barbecue Jackfruit Burger
Plant-based Burger on Garlic Toast topped with Barbecue Jackfruit served with your choice of Side

Regal Eagle Smokehouse Sides 

Beer-battered Onion Rings

Burnt-end Baked Beans

Creamy Coleslaw

French Fries

Garlic Toast

House-made Pickles

Macaroni & Cheese

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UNCgolfMar 09, 2020

Don't go in expecting some of the best BBQ you've ever had -- it's not at that level. It is quite excellent for Disney, though.

NunuMar 09, 2020

H and I were thinking of maybe sharing one of these, guess not! 🤔

HauntedPirateMar 09, 2020

Brisket sandwich was good. I like the garlic toast “bun”. The spicy mop sauce wasn’t too spicy, good flavor. We also liked the smokehouse sauce as well. The 3-meat platter was very disappointing. Small portions, too small for the price.

Texas84Mar 09, 2020

I've got to try Polite Pig one of these days.

zeedanMar 07, 2020

But how was the BEER?

Epcot82GuyMar 07, 2020

Man... Now I want Pig Floyds!!

UNCgolfMar 07, 2020

Yeah I know, but he didn't specify Disney owned; he just said at WDW -- most of the restaurants at Disney aren't operated by Disney anyways.

MrConbonMar 07, 2020

Same. Got the ribs at Docking Bay 7 once and they were just awful. It was all fat and rubbery.

Steph15251Mar 07, 2020

Depends how far out you want to go,4 rivers is great imo .

Steph15251Mar 07, 2020

Polite pig is much better but that is not owned by Disney ,it is owned by a local family in winter park ,they have a few other restaurants but those are table service.

UNCgolfMar 06, 2020

I don't know about that; EPCOT has some pretty good counter service in the World Showcase. Also there are several excellent counter service places at Disney Springs -- I will never believe Regal Eagle is anywhere near as good as Polite Pig for counter service BBQ unless I experience it myself. You may not be counting Disney Springs as part of WDW though if you meant just inside the parks themselves.

jaxonpMar 06, 2020

I’ve only been to docking bay twice and had gritty gross ribs. That could have been a one off and since everyone raves about it I’ll likely give it another go.

Texas84Mar 06, 2020

I'm comparing it to other WDW counter service. By that standard it's an A+. But yeah, I think I enjoyed Docking Bay 7 ribs more now that you mention it.

Tom MorrowMar 06, 2020

It was around 8:00 PM so perhaps I didn’t get the best example of it, but have you eaten at a legit, high rated bbq place before? I genuinely can't imagine Regal Eagle improving that much to where it could compete with one.