Most romantic place to eat in Disney?

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  1. kitkatsmom

    kitkatsmom Loves Disney!

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    What do you all recommend as the most romantic place for 2 to eat in Disney?

    Victoria and Alberts is Out. But anywhere else in one of the parks or resorts is what I'm looking for.

    Also I am not concerned with price since it's a special meal.
     
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  3. dansyr

    dansyr I'm a loser

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    We had a very romantic meals at Wolfgang puck's dining room and also at Cali grill. Wolfgang puck's has a beautiful view of the lake at night and wonderful food.
    Cali grill is a little noisier but still great food and if you can schedule a dinner during wishes fireworks it can be very romantic. We had a window seat a California Grill for the fireworks and that is all my dbf talked about for the rest of the trip.
    These 2 restaraunts are a must do for us every trip now.
     
  4. dvcfamily41801

    dvcfamily41801 Future Walt Disney World Cast Member

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    My husband and I had a fantastic dinner at Flying Fish when we went on a Mommy & Daddy only trip last summer:D We sat at the "chef's counter" and had a great time watching the chefs prepare the meals. We had an awesome server, great wine, and incredible food!

    Afterwards, you can enjoy the Boardwalk:D That is our favorite thing to do:D

    This time we are trying Narcoosee's at GF, perhaps you can try that and maybe catch Wishes fireworks afterwards on the beach:D

    Enjoy your trip!
     
  5. Tiggerlover91

    Tiggerlover91 DIS Veteran

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    SAN ANGEL INN in Mexico's world showcase is quite romantic too. DH and I were fortunate enough to be sat by the water and we had a WONDERFUL view of the Aztec Temple and the volcano in the background. :teeth: It was also nice to see the boat go by from the El Rio del Tiempo ride. Love the atmosphere in Mexico! LOVE IT! :happy1: :lovestruc
     
  6. Alysa

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    If you enjoyed Victoria and Alberts and french food - hands down runner up is Chefs de France - Bistro de Paris is lovely too (more intimate) - request a fireworks seat for either. For magical romance - try Cinderellas castle for dinner - again, get a view of the fireworks!
     
  7. stink

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    California Grill at the Contemporary (with a window view) to watch fireworks. The San Angel at the Mexican pavillian at EPCOT. These two get my votes.
     
  8. kitkatsmom

    kitkatsmom Loves Disney!

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    Thanks for all the great suggestions..
    Now How do I pick between them all?
     
  9. heathrow42

    heathrow42 3 castles down.. 2 to go!

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    pull up the menu's and make your decision by what sounds good!

    although, my vote is for cali grill if you can stand that it is a little public (but a table by the window makes it a little more private) .. or Bistro de Paris as someone else mentioned for even more privacy.

    Enjoy!
    -h
     
  10. betterlatethannever

    betterlatethannever DIS Veteran

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    I would suggest either Citrico's or Bistro de Paris with my vote going to Citricos. You can see the MK fireworks from there.

    Ed
     
  11. sotoalf

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    My vote is for Citricos. Not as loud as the California Grill, but with phenomenal service and food to match.
     

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