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Resort Restaurants (continued)

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SWAN AND DOLPHIN RESORTS RESTAURANTS (CONTINUED)

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    Il Mulino New York Trattoria         D $63      

This traditional Italian eatery offers an extensive (if pricey) menu which features dishes from the Abruzzi region of Italy, including arancini (rice balls) ($8), carpaccio ($14), pizzas ($16–$18), risotto con funghi ($27), gnocchi bolognese ($25), ribeye steak ($41), saltimbocca ($34), and sauteed salmon ($32). Desserts are heavenly, especially the torta di cioccolati (flourless chocolate cake—$10). At meal’s end, adults are served complimentary glasses of limoncello, a sweet digestif.

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Italian

Very noisy

Medium waits

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    Shula's Steak House         D $114      

This is the most upscale steakhouse on Disney property. Beautifully grilled, flavorful beef is the focus (if you finish the 48-oz. porterhouse, they’ll engrave your name on a plaque!) but perfectly succulent fish ($33) gets the utmost respect. Grilled meats cost from $48 to $105. If you need to ask the “market price” of the 4-lb. lobster ($95), you can’t afford it! With dark wood paneling, Sinatra on the speakers, gilt-framed football photos, and formal, attentive service, you may prefer to wear a jacket or dress. Veggies are $9–$15 (split an order, and get the potato gratin, too) but the “garnish” of peppers, watercress, and mushrooms on every plate may be enough. The wine list is expansive and expensive. And order the chocolate soufflé ($11)!

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Steakhouse

Moderate noise levels

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WILDERNESS LODGE RESORT RESTAURANTS

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    Artist Point         D $83   2 Table Service Credits    

This visually stunning restaurant serves flavorful contemporary fare from the Pacific Northwest and is among our favorites. The dining room is a soaring, log-beamed space graced by large murals of Western landscapes and furnished with comfortable, Mission-style tables and chairs. The menu changes seasonally. For starters, try the roasted beed salad ($16), steamed mussels ($17), or smoked mushroom soup ($12). The old-standby cedar plank Chinook salmon ($47) is always rewarding, or try the veal tomahawk chop ($59), buffalo hind shank ($49) or seafood and vegetarian entrees like the sweet potato gnocchi ($30) and seared diver sea scallops ($40). For dessert, the hot berry cobbler is a must ($13). The wine list is excellent—try a wine pairing. Dress code is “business casual” (see page 228). You can also book reservations for this restaurant on OpenTable.com.

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Barbecue

Very noisy

Short waits

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    Geyser Point Bar and Grill          

Is it a pool bar or a quick-service restaurant? This new, open-air eatery opened February 13, 2017 at the Wilderness Lodge as part of the new DVC expansion. You can order breakfast, lunch, and dinner here and enjoy your food at tables overlooking Bay Lake. Menu choices include maple cinnamon pancakes ($8.99), eggs Benedict ($9.99), steal-cut oats ($4.69), lump crab cake sandwich ($13.99), house-smoked salmon BLT ($12.49), grilled portobello salad ($9.99), chocolate mousse brownie ($5.99), and kids meals ($6.99). Lounge seating is also available. 

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American

Moderate noise levels

Short waits

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    Whispering Canyon Cafe         B $25   table service credit   L $45   table service credit   D $57   table service credit    


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If you hanker for house-made barbecue in a Wild West setting, sashay over to Whispering Canyon, long-famous for its family-style, all-you-can-eat meals ($29.99–$39.99 or $14/kids). At dinner, choose three of five for your platter: ribs, chicken, carved steak, fish, and sausage (a veggie entree can be requested). Sides and desserts are included, appetizers and drinks are extra. Breakfast and lunch offer all-you-care-to-eat skillets (breakfast is $16.99 or $8.49/kids; lunch is $23 or $14/kids), as well as a la carte items with sandwiches and entrees ranging from $12.50-$17. There are activities for the kids, and the servers make sure all have fun. Just don’t ask for ketchup. Trust us! 

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Top Photo Slice: Windows above the entrance to Il Mulino (℗ 6639) Photo contributed by © chezp



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              RE: Artist Point

              What is a roasted "beed"? And why nothing about the new character meal?

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