5 of the most romantic restaurants at Disney World
Disney Vacation Guide: Most romantic Disney World restaurants
It may be too late to get a Valentine’s Day reservation at one of these popular Disney World restaurants, but who says love can only be celebrated one night of the year?
For a memorable dining experience with your love any day of the year, check out our list of 5 of the best romantic restaurants in Disney World:
For the ultimate romantic dining experience at Narcoossee’s, reserve a table on the verandah at nightfall and enjoy the Wishes fireworks show from your seat.
Located in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, this Signature Dining establishment offers spectacular views of the Magic Kingdom while serving up amazing food.
The specialty here is seafood but you can also choose to eat steaks, chicken or vegetarian dishes. Save room for the creme brûlée!
Victoria & Albert’s
Treat yourselves to this Signature Restaurant’s intimate 2- to 2.5-hour 6-course dining experience. Melt into the romantic ambiance complete with the gentle sounds of a harp and the soft clinking of imported crystal.
Enjoy an exquisite meal in an unparalleled atmosphere with special touches including personalized menus, butler service and a red rose for each female guest.
The atmosphere isn’t quite as elegant as Victoria & Albert’s, but the gourmet food served at this up-scale restaurant is sure to please the palates of you and your sweetheart. And if you time it right you can take in the fireworks over Cinderella’s Castle.
Located on the 15th floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, the views of the Seven Seas Lagoon and the Magic Kingdom will take your breath away. So will the food! The menu changes according to what’s fresh.
The Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room
Show up early to get a seat on the patio before sunset in order to catch a romantic meal with a view of IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth. (Outdoor dining cannot be reserved in advance so you’ll just have to prepare to wait!)
This restaurant in Epcot’s United Kingdom Pavilion serves up dishes you would expect to find at an eatery in Great Britain; bangers and mash, fish & chips and curries. Enjoy your meal with a pint for an authentic experience. Share a dessert with your sweetie. We recommend the sticky toffee pudding.
San Angel Inn
Dine beside an ancient Mayan ruin (sort of) in a dimly lit restaurant oozing with romance in Epcot‘s Mexico Pavilion.
Gaze into each others eyes while you sip on margaritas and wait for your meal. Perhaps something hot and spicy to suit the mood?
Consider one of Disney’s childcare options to ensure a stress-free grown up evening out for you and a fun evening for the kids!
What is the most romantic dining experience you’ve ever had?