Best Disney World Restaurants: Yetis, Lederhosen and Motherly Waitresses Unite!

by Rebecca Dolan Subscribe to Rebecca Dolan's posts Posted Jun 9th 2011 07:30 AM

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The parks might be at the heart of a Walt Disney World vacation, but a trip to the Florida resort can be as much about the dining experience as the rides. There are countless restaurants across the property varying widely in price, cuisine and ambiance. Options run the gamut from quick-service carts slinging popcorn and jumbo turkey legs to a AAA Five Diamond award winning dining room. But, how to choose the best Disney World restaurants?

But, to make planning a bit easier, here are a few personal favorites based on more than a decade's worth of multi-annual Disney trips – mostly centered around eating.

Reservations can be made by calling (407) WDW DINE (be sure to tell them if someone is celebrating a birthday/graduation/anniversary etc.) Also, make the restaurant aware of any dietary restrictions. Disney's full service restaurants are extremely accommodating – typically chefs will discuss any food needs and craft a special meal, or walk guests through a buffet line so nobody in the party is left out. Kosher meals can be requested in advance, or are available at some counter locations.





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Mark Fiorentino

My wife and I love Disney World, especially Epcot. I always take loads of pictures when we go. We have a annual season pass. I created a special website called Tour of Epcot that has all of our photos on it. There is also videos and music as well. For a complete tour of Epcot with videos photographs and music visit our website at http://www.tour-of-epcot.com. You can take a virtual tour of the Epcot site. This is a really fun site that I am sure you will enjoy. You can explore the entire park and learn your way around. Its almost as good as being there

June 09 2011 at 9:49 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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