Disney serves up romance for Valentine’s
Where to Dine for Romance at Disney
Take an evening stroll hand in hand through Disney with your sweetheart, watch fireworks or grab a kiss in front of the castle. If you’re one of the lovebirds flocking to the Disney World for a romantic getaway, here’s where to book a reservation for dinner:
Be Our Guest Restaurant
She’ll feel like a princess crossing the drawbridge to the Beast’s castle. From the stained glass windows and shimmering chandeliers, to the falling snow through the window and the signature dessert, dining at Be Our Guest Restaurant in Disney’s new Fantasyland is fairy tale elegance. This is also the place where it is known that Belle and Beast fell in love, so let the magic happen for you as well. Dine in the Rose Gallery where 7 foot tall music box with a twirling Belle and Beast is the focal point or the grand ballroom with sparkling twelve foot long chandeliers and snow falling through 18-foot-tall arched windows. French-inspired cuisine accompanies this backdrop along with fine wines.
Victoria & Albert’s
A favorite romantic spots year after year is at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Reserve a table for two in the elegant restaurant where enchanting melodies from harp music sets the tone. a table for two at Victoria & Albert’s is renowned for its service and has received AAA’s Five-Diamond Award for its cuisine. From Royal Doulton china and Cristofle silver to personalized service and menus, the intimate dining room is sure to set the tone for the entire evening. If you want to really wow her, choose the the Chef’s Table option where you and your sweetheart will be seated right in Victoria & Albert’s kitchen and and receive custom-tailored dishes from Chef Scott Hunnel.
The Rose & Crown Pub & Dining Room
If you want to light up the night, arrive early to snag a seat on the patio so your meal includes a panoramic view of IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth. Unfortunately you can’t reserve an outdoor dining spot so you might have to wait for the seat you want – be prepared with a romantic poetry book or something to pas the time! Or you can share a dessert while you’re waiting – try the sticky toffee pudding.
Have you ever dined at Disney for Valentine’s?