La Cantina de San Angel

La Cantina de San Angel

La Cantina de San Angel first open in 1982 in Epcot’s World Showcase Mexico area,  and was recently given a new home in 2010. The new Cantina shares a building with one of the table service restaurants in  Epcot’s Mexico, La Hacienda de San Angel. The architecturally beautiful new building has also brought a new location with gorgeous views along World Showcase lagoon.

La Cantina continues to serve a variety of tacos, empenadas, nachos and drinks. The food here is filling and up to the quality of the sit down restaurants found nearby. Besides traditional Mexican soda, beer, and flavored water you can pick up your favorite margaritas here. Margarita flavors include Lime, Raspberry, Passion fruit, and Coffee… yes you read that right: coffee margaritas! This counter-service favorite also has chicken tenders as one of the children’s options as well as delicious churros and popsicles for dessert!  You can view their full menu HERE.

Whether you need a respite from a day in the park and are looking for a place with serene and scenic views of the lagoon, or starving and in need of a place to refuel, La Cantina de San Angel will hit the spot.  It’s a fun stop for some churros, chips and salsa, and other fun Mexican dishes.  You can grab a seat under the covered seating area, along World Showcase Lagoon to watch the boats, or take in views of World Showcase.

La Cantina de San Angel is on the Disney Dining Plan, and is considered a counter service credit.  You can use meal or snack credits here.

Overall, we give La Cantina de San Angel an “A”.





  • Guide to WDW – La Hacienda de San Angel (
  • Guide to WDW – La Cava de Tequila (
  • Guide to WDW – San Angel Inn (
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3 thoughts on “La Cantina de San Angel

  1. The beef brisket tacos are a must-try. I first had them at an event last October during the Food and Wine festival. I’ve had them every time since and they’re always wonderful. They come with a huge serving of multi-colored tortilla chips (that I generally take back to the room for a snack.)

  2. I was nervous about going here because there were so many bad reviews on so many sites, but we thought the food was good, the service was good, and the atmosphere was perfect. We had ADRs and they told us we could do the boat ride while they got our table ready. We were on the dining plan, so even though the menu items were a little pricey, it was fine for us.

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