The Everything Pop Food Court, located at Walt Disney World’s Pop Century Resort, is a convenient place for guests of the Pop Century Resort and Art of Animation Resort to grab a quick meal.
The Everything Pop Food Court
Everything Pop has various food stations with offerings, and it is easy to compare menus and for family members to select from different stations but pay for the meals together.
Beverage machines offer sodas, iced teas, hot chocolate, and coffee. Cups can be bought with meals, though investing in a refillable mug is a good move if daily beverages are consumed. There are also coolers with bottled drinks such as water, juice, milk, beer, and wine.
Tip: Those on the Disney Dining Plan can use the refillable mug for a beverage to go with the meal, and then choose a bottled beverage to enjoy later. Most single sized bottled beverages are included as a choice on the Disney Dining Plan.
A toaster and microwave are available to use for guests who bring their own food.
The atmosphere fits with the Pop Century Resort, and the background music is a fun track of music ranging with songs from Grease to the Flintstones TV show soundtrack! Kids of all ages will recognize the nostalgic background music while dining.
The Everything Pop Food Options
I ate at Everything Pop two times during my most recent stay at Pop Century. I was able to visit at off times and there were no crowds, but during traditional meal times Everything Pop can become quite crowded. It’s a good idea to eat early if visiting during breakfast.
The menu has enough variety to please any palate. I went with traditional comfort foods, a pizza and a burger!
The pizza is made fresh to order, and a buzzer alerts when it is ready. I like pizza to have lots of cheese, and I was not disappointed! They were heavy handed with the mozzarella, and the thin crust made the cheese stand out even more. Because of the toppings, the pizza was a bit greasy and a dab with a napkin remedied too much grease. This pizza is an individual serving, but it would be easy for two people to share.
The hamburger was fresh as well as the toppings. Waffle fries and coleslaw accompanied the burger. As far as burgers go, this one would be average in that there was nothing remarkable about it. That said, it tasted fine and was filling. The fries were hot, and the coleslaw was flavorful without drowning in dressing. Again, portions were generous enough to share.
The Tye-Dyed Cheesecake has a cult following, though it’s never been a personal favorite. I ordered it to see if there were any updates to the dessert. I do not consider this to be a true cheesecake. The top is a cheesecake filling, and there is red velvet on the bottom of the cup.
There are plenty of cupcakes, pastries, and ice cream desserts. If selecting ice cream, a Guest can have the receipt stamped, finish the hot meal, and then go back within 90 minutes to enjoy the ice cream dessert. There is enough dessert variety to satisfy any sweet tooth!
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2 thoughts on “Review of the Everything Pop Food Court at Disney’s Pop Century Resort”
We have been eating at Everything POP for 14 years. Love their chicken tenders, fries (prefer them over the new waffle fries) and coleslaw. Husband is a fan of the Monster Slice of pizza and salad.
I think they do offer good food for a quick bite, and it’s a fun atmosphere. The background music should be sold on a CD in the gift shop.