Where to eat for anniversary night dinner..

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  1. Jakesmom504

    Jakesmom504 DIS Veteran

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    We will be arriving on 12/14 and our 12th anniversary is on 12/15. Right now we have an ADR at Via Napoli because we will be in Epcot on the 15th but I'm thinking I would like to go somewhere a little nicer for our anniversary even though there will be 4 others celebrating with us! I just looked up reservations and these are my 4 picks...

    Artist Point
    Citricos
    Flying Fish
    Yachtsman Steakhouse

    I've never been to any so what do you guys think?
    Thanks! :santa:
     
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  3. TDC Nala

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    Pick Flying Fish or Yachtsman, they are an easy walk from Epcot. The others you will have to take a vehicle of some sort.
     
  4. KingSpeedy

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    Are you going for just food or are you looking for a romantic ambiance?
     
  5. dakcp2001

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    Artist Point or Yachtsman, although I think the most romantic place is California Grill around Wishes. :) Love Artist Point and Yachtsman both.
     
  6. Jakesmom504

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    I would say romance but DH is all about good food! :rolleyes:
     
  7. Mousemommy1

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    Love Artist Point!

    We had our 10 year anniversary dinner there in July. We had nice seat facing out towards Bay Lake and our meals were delicious and service was great! :goodvibes
     
  8. Marthasor

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    Completely agree! LOVE Flying Fish! I've never tried Yachtsman, so can't comment. Citrico's is also fantastic if you want to leave the EP area. I was not a big fan of Artist Point when we went a year ago. It was fine, but not as fantastic as the others you mention.
     
  9. XGrumpy1

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    You might consider BlueZoo at the Swan and Dolphin.
     
  10. TDC Nala

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    Might be a good choice unless you are on the dining plan, they don't take it.
     
  11. sephorachick

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    DEf yachtsmen. It was quiet & a great time & food. It is our new fave place. I reviewed it a few weeks ago on my blog if u want to see pics etc...
     
  12. Jakesmom504

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    Wow I was hoping for an overwhelming majority, I got kind of a little of everything! :rotfl: Hmmm, maybe I will go back over the menus again! At least I know they will be good no matter what! :)
     
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    x2! :cool1:
     
  14. Buckalew11

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    Shula's!
     
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    I second that!
     
  16. Mousemommy1

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    Perhaps a little food porn will persuade you....:rotfl2:

    Filet from Artist Point

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  17. MinnieGirl33

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    Depends on what you tastes are but my 2c...

    Shula's & Artist Point will be the quietest (with the best food).
    Flying Fish & California Grill can get noisy but food is excellent.

    If you are looking for great steak there is none better than Shula's.

    For what it's worth, we are having our anniversary dinner next week at CG but partly due to the fact that we want to get one last meal in there before they close for renovation.
     
  18. Jakesmom504

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    Haha thanks for the food porn! :lmao: Actually steak isn't my thing but I'm just trying to be nice to DH for our anniversary! Steak is his thing, I just figured I could find something on the menu I would eat. I ended up going with Yachtsman but I am considering Artist Point as well for another night! :thumbsup2
     
  19. Simba's Mom

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    Definitely Artist Point. We celebrated our 30th anniversary there in April, and the entire experience was just awesome. From the moment we walked in and the manager came out to greet us and present us with our personalized menus (and complimentary champagne) thru the end of the meal, it was incredible. We eloped 30 years ago, and didn't have a wedding reception, but I doubt it could have rivaled this!
     
  20. LBelle0890

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    Yachtsman :) just got back last Friday from the World. Ate there twice while visiting. Had the filet both times, great service, great atmosphere
     

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