Most romantic dining experience???

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  1. allicat1214

    allicat1214 CajunDisneyMom

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    Good Morning DISers!

    My DH and I will celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary on our family trip in February!!! I've already booked Dolphin resort view with balcony, hoping to get some couple time on the balcony after the kids go to sleep.

    Now I'd like to schedule a night out for just the two of us and put the kids in some Kid Camp for the evening.

    So what is your recommendation for the most romantic dining experience at WDW???

    Thanks!
     
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  3. heffalump9

    heffalump9 DIS Veteran

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    Yachtsman Steak house

    Wonderful aged steaks, elegant appetizers and desserts. Plus CM's that understand a great meal has to be savored (our favorite CM is John).
     
  4. eeyore65

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    Victoria & Albert's - but you have to like a three hour dinner!

    I also find it romantic to eat in Epcot - we like upstairs in France - and then walk around Epcot - have some drinks, go on TT and watch illuminations - all without kids!!!! It somehow seems so different.

    Have a wonderful Anniversary!
     
  5. ducklite

    ducklite <font color=teal>Take the Poly, it's fabulous!<br>

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    I highly disagree on the Yachtsmans Steakhouse comment. The last half dozen times we've been there we've bene very disappointed with the food, service has run lukewarm to cold, and the place has been overrun with poorly behaved children and their indifferent parents. I'm not sure why we go back...I guess we keep hoping it will return to the restaurant it was years ago when inded it had a wonderful atmosphere, great service and excellent food.

    Shula's offers 2 hours FREE in their kids camp while you dine, so that's a possibility.

    Jiko and Citrico's are generally quieter with less kids.

    The CG is great but again, lots of kids, loud, and not terribly romantic.

    Of course V&A's if you like taht type of dining.

    Anne
     
  6. SamSam

    SamSam http://www.wdwinfo.com/dis-sponsor/index.

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    Jiko's has a good atmosphere for a romantic dinner, as does Palio's. Palio's also has strolling violinist's, which is very romantic.
     
  7. officer tigger

    officer tigger DIS Veteran

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    Nothing can compare to Victoria and Albert's if your up for the long meal.
    My other vote would be the California Grill.
     
  8. Hollymom1229

    Hollymom1229 Art's Girl

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    My top 3 for romantic dinner would have to be San Angel Inn in Mexico, get a table by the water. Jiko, food is wonderful, wine list extensive, and atmosphere beautiful. Victoria & Albert's, service cannot be matched, elegant and romantic, almost never a child in sight.
     
  9. Nikole

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    Palio--- quiet, musicians great food

    Yachtsman - fairly quiet - elegant - great food

    Enjoy!
     

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