Disney Date Night
One of the popular things about Walt Disney World is their assortment of restaurants. People like to eat, and Disney World offers an expansive range of foods. Different style, cultures, and even price levels can be found around the parks and resorts. As with most of Disney World, you can enjoy dining alone, with your whole family, or as a couple. Have you ever had a Disney date night?
As much as we go to Walt Disney World and enjoy dining at the different restaurants, it is a difficult task to eat at every single restaurant available there. Here is a collection of restaurants that some of my fellow Disney bloggers have shared. These are restaurants where my family has not dined together, so the information shared is as much of a treat for me as it is for you!
Pixie Dust Savings has shared about California Grill and has made it seem like a beautiful experience for a Disney date night. You can even watch the Magic Kingdom fireworks from this restaurant for a touch of added ambiance. Richard has been to California Grill and has told me that we should go there together. You do not have to enter a Disney Park to dine here.
MainStreet Jessii also shared a link to her review of California Grill, and I was not going to share it since I have Pixie Dust Savings’ review above already. Then I thought that you might enjoy seeing notes about the same restaurant from different perspectives, so here are more thoughts about this restaurant.
The Moment Mom and her family experienced Tiffins on a trip to Animal Kingdom. This looks to me to be an exciting opportunity for folks who like to experience different types of foods. While her thoughts about Tiffins include her whole family’s experience there, The Moment Mom said that this restaurant would be a Disney date night treat.
When you decide to try Tiffins for a date night and find yourself at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, take time to explore and discover some interesting things about Animal Kingdom that you might not already know. Here are seven to get you started.
WDW Vacation Tips has my mouth watering with their description of the food and ambiance at Yachtsman Steakhouse. You could enjoy a delicious meal and then go for a stroll, hand in hand, around the boardwalk. You do not have to enter a Disney Park to dine here, yet it is within walking distance to both Epcot and Hollywood Studios.
Victoria & Albert’s
Steps to Magic may have pushed me over the fence with this review of Victoria & Albert’s. Not only did they dine at this high end restaurant, but they got to experience the Queen Victoria’s Room. If you do not know what that means, you will after you read the review. Do you like to dress up and enjoy a lovely evening together? This could be your Disney date night restaurant. You do not have to enter a Disney Park to dine here.
Adventures in Familyhood went a bit beyond a restaurant review with this post and share their thoughts on having a date night at Wilderness Lodge Resort. Of course, that does include dining, so it counts. We have stayed and eaten at Wilderness Lodge, yet I decided to share this because we did not fully experience the resort. We were too busy playing at the parks when we stayed there! Again, you do not have to enter Disney Park to dine here.
What is a Walt Disney World restaurant, in a park or at a resort, that you think would be an enjoyable destination for a date night?
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and please do visit each of the pages that I shared. The different styles are sure to offer something for your taste, or you might decide to try something new. Better yet, you might find a favorite new place to dine!