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Artist’s Palette- A Food Review

The Artist’s Palette is the quick service dining option at Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa. This is where Alex and I stayed in February 2018. We loved the resort and Artist’s Palette was a delicious dining option for a quick breakfast before the parks or a delicious, late dinner afterwards.


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The Food

We enjoyed a late dinner our first night: a Caprese Thin Crust Pie (AMAZING) for $10.99 and a Cheeseburger Thin Crust Pie (Alex says, also AMAZING) for $10.99. We stopped for breakfast one morning, because no Disney vacation is complete without Mickey waffles. I enjoyed three waffles and bacon for $8.49. Alex enjoyed the Country Breakfast Wrap for $6.99. We also enjoyed lunch on our last day of our vacation. I ordered the Lobster Club Sandwich for $13.99 and Alex ordered the Chicken, Spinach, and Artichoke Thin Crust Pie for $10.99.

Lobster Club Sandwich and freshly made chips.

The flavors were so good. The thin crust pies were basically little pizzas with non-traditional toppings. The Caprese Thin Crust Pie was my favorite. The balsamic drizzle was just right. Alex says the Cheeseburger Thin Crust Pie was his favorite; the toppings were over the top and delicious!

But lunch on our last day was great too! My Lobster Club was delicious and had so much lobster in it. I was amazed at the quality for the price. Alex’s Chicken, Spinach, and Artichoke Thin Crust Pie was perfectly filling for lunch and deliciously cheese-y.

Chicken, Spinach, and Artichoke Thin Crust Pie

Highly Recommended!

As a quick service restaurant, The Artist’s Palette is low key. You order your food at the counter, take your receipt over to the merchandise check out and pay, then find a table and your food is brought out to you. The main building where the restaurant is located is convenient to the main pool, a bus stop, and is in the building with the check-in and concierge desks.

Want to see the full menu for the Artist’s Palette? Check it out here.

I’d absolutely recommend grabbing a bite to eat here if you’re staying at Saratoga Springs. I’d even recommend walking over from Disney Springs. The Thin Crust Pies are THAT good. Plus, it’s a lovely walk and Saratoga Springs has lots of space to explore! If you find yourself on a Disney Vacation Club tour, those take place at Saratoga Springs, so definitely make your way over to Artist’s Palette after your tour!

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