Grown Up Night Out: Adult Dining Options at Walt Disney World
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About the Author: Kim Cooper is a freelance journalist and first-time contributor to PassPorter News.
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Great article. We enjoy a parents' night out as much as anyone, but may have shot ourselves in the foot (feet?) by raising our children to appreciate fine dining! If we were to go to any of these restaurants alone, the kids would NOT let us forget about it. At Cape May our 9 and 12 year old won't go near the kids' buffet. Our tiny-appetite 9 year old often orders a mussels appetizer as her entree, and our 12 year old gravitates to anything with lobster, scallops and crab (in that order). It is really nice to be able to enjoy a great dinner with the kids and count on them to behave appropriately, of course, but have learned the hard way that we have definitely chosen an expensive pathway! Now, the only place we can go that the kids don't insist on joining us is Victoria & Albert's (ouch).:crazy:
I don't really reccommend Coral Reef. I think it is one of the worst places to eat in Disney. The menu is small and the food is overpriced. And it is LOUD in there. The Shark restaurant at Sea World is much better.
I was a little surprised to see Coral Reef on the list. We just ate there for the first time last month, and I was expecting a quieter, more romantic atmosphere. But it was really loud in there!
We were seated very near the aquarium, so kids were all over the place wanting to see the fish. I didn't mind -- we were at Disney, after all -- but it just surprised me that the atmosphere was so chaotic.
We love HBD (both with and without kids), and I might also add Jiko.
This is the second time this week that Narcosee's has popped up as somewhere to go. We are staying at BLT and want something at Epcot, MK or the monorail to have for our no kids dinner. We are taking built in babysitters.
I wouldn't say the the Brown Derby is the ultimate in adult dining. My vote would be Victoria and Alberts. I wonder why it wasn't mentioned. I finally got the chance to go to the Food and Wine festival this year and had a great time. I would definitely recommend it for the adults.
Interesting article. I too wouldn't recommend Coral Reef
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Updated 10-26-2012 - Article #865
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