What is the most romantic restaurant at WDW...

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  1. ADAMANDLISA

    ADAMANDLISA DIS Veteran

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    for an anniversary dinner...when you've left the kids for the first time......and the wife will be 6 months pregnant (so food will be important;) )?
     
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  3. waltskids

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    Victoria and Alberts, without a doubt:thumbsup2
     
  4. ADAMANDLISA

    ADAMANDLISA DIS Veteran

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    I forgot to mention not overly expensive....:scared1: :lmao:
     
  5. Tricia1972

    Tricia1972 <font color=green>I love late night snacks<br><fon

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    Also, being pregnant would be bad at Victoria & Albert's. They serve MANY foods that are on your no-no list while pregnant.

    I think I'd go to Jiko. I went while 8.5 months pregnant and it was fantastic!

    I did Narcoosee's while pregnant too (12 weeks October 2007). The food was fine, but technically you are supposed to watch your mercury levels and Maine Lobster is on the no-no list while pregnant. I ate it and the baby is fine (ironically he's 12 weeks old today!), but it's a risk that you may want to check with your OB about.
     
  6. wildeoscar

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    California grille can get a bit loud, but is a nice place
     
  7. disneygal2007

    disneygal2007 He's my Soldier and I am his Princess

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    We liked Shula's
     
  8. wezee

    wezee Am I cheating on my husband, if I have dreams abou

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    I would vote for a later ressie (8pm?) at Narcossee's and watch Wishes from the veranda ( but kind of pricey)! We also liked Shula's, but it's also pricey.
    I have also heard Artist Pt. is very quite and good food. We will be trying it for the first time this Sept. Where ever you decide....have a great anniv. dinner!!
     
  9. ADAMANDLISA

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    Aren't you guys from Hubbard?
     
  10. MadToad

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    I'd go with the Bistro De Paris in France/Epcot. It's not inexpensive (I can't think of an inexpensive romantic restaurant in WDW), but the food is very good, and there are few, if any, children. It's a quiet restaurant with above average service. Plus, the desserts are awesome.

    Ask for a window seat and watch Illuminations.
     
  11. Pakey

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    I have to second Bistro. It's not V&A but it is quiet, intimate, excellent service, good food with excellent presentation. For romance, I would pick it over any of the Disney signature restaurants.
     
  12. Married_Him_@_Disney

    Married_Him_@_Disney A Disney Mom

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    Narcoosees by far!!! Lovely place to go! DH and I always go on our anniversary. And I've even been while preggers! Love Narcoosees and highly recommend it!!
     
  13. joanjett1976

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    I would go for a late reservation at California Grill, try and get seated in the wine room which is secluded and quiet.

    Jiko can also be quite romantic and paired with a leisurely stroill through the resort and animal viewing areas.

    Bistro De Paris is elegant and very special as well. Outstanding, personalised service.
     
  14. eeyore#1fan

    eeyore#1fan Earning My Ears

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    My wife and I went to V & A's when she was pregnant and didn't have any problems whatsoever. They are very accomodating to your needs.

     
  15. ROEDISNEY

    ROEDISNEY DIS Veteran My name

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    Just spent our 25th Ann. there back in April first time in 25 yrs with no kids.We went to
    California Grill :thumbsup2
    Narcoossee's :thumbsup2
    Cirtico's :thumbsup2
    V & A :thumbsup2
    They were all wondeful.
    Happy Anninversary! :cool1:
     
  16. LoraJ

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    Narcoossees would be my vote of all teh restaurants we have visited so far.
     
  17. wezee

    wezee Am I cheating on my husband, if I have dreams abou

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    Nope....we are from NW Ohio.
     
  18. Conan the Librarian

    Conan the Librarian Been Visting the Mouse since 1972

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    Whichever one My Wife and I are sitting in. :)

    That being said. Vickie and Al's, Cindy's Place and St. Angels Inn all work for me. But then again, so does Mama Melrose, Le Cellier, and Maya Grill.
     
  19. ADAMANDLISA

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    Sorry!!! Thought you were from my neck of the woods!!!:rotfl:

    Thank you to everyone for your help! Still haven't made up my mind yet!
     

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