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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Dinner at a Walt Disney World Resort Restaurant

Rachel Bshero

by , Food & Beverage Marketing Communications Coordinator

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than surprising your sweetie with an intimate dinner in a Walt Disney World Resort restaurant? Just in case you haven’t made reservations yet, I’ve got a list of a few romantic restaurants that still have availability for February 14 – but hurry, reservations are going fast!

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Dinner at a Walt Disney World Resort Restaurant

Take in the romance of the Pacific Northwest at Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. A special Sweetheart Dinner Menu will be available on February 14, and features five courses for $75, add a wine pairing for $25.

At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Jiko – The Cooking Place is offering a special Valentine’s Day dessert. Before (or after) dinner be sure to take a moment to watch the animals on the savanna at the Arusha Rock Savanna overlook or cozy up around the fire pit.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Dinner at a Walt Disney World Resort Restaurant

Your partner will think you’re a star when you surprise them with dinner at The Hollywood Brown Derby at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.Take in the glamour of the Golden Age of Hollywood in the intimate atmosphere while sharing a mini dessert trio.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Dinner at a Walt Disney World Resort Restaurant

Romance is in the air at Tiffins in Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, where you can enjoy exotic tastes over a candlelit dinner. End your evening by watching the Tree of Life awaken with a beautiful showcase of color and light.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Dinner at a Walt Disney World Resort Restaurant

At Disney’s BoardWalk, the newly reimagined Flying Fish is sure to dazzle your date. Extra points if you stop for a post-dinner cocktail at AbracadaBar before taking a romantic stroll along the water.

What is your favorite way to celebrate Valentine’s Day at Walt Disney World Resort? Let us know in the comments below!

Comments

  • To Kim’s point, we also enjoy fine dining on property, but don’t have children. We went to California Grill last year for an anniversary dinner and with so many kids around, it did feel a little like we were at Chef Mickey’s. During the fireworks, while everyone went outside to watch, we stayed inside to enjoy the fact all the craziness was gone. The restaurant manager came over and we started chatting about the situation, and he was able to move us to a quiet table for 2 in the corner of the restaurant. It completely changed our night- we were so grateful to him!

    While I do think families with children should be able to experience fine dining (it is Disney World, after all), I don’t think its unreasonable to ask at the podium to not be seated around children- that way, adults get a little magic too! 🙂

  • Love the fine dining on property! What would be AMAZING would be if you could restrict reservations after a certain time (say, 8:30pm?) to adults only, even a day or two a week, and even if it were only at a few restaurants. I know it’s Disney and many people are there with families, but some of us aren’t, and others may want a nice night out for just the parents. It would be great to have a nice, quiet, leisurely dinner without the interruptions, distractions and noise some kids can cause after a long day in the parks. It’s one of the reasons why we love Victoria and Alberts, but would also love to have the experience at Jiko, California Grill and others.

  • Is there a way to see the 5 course meal Artist Point is doing?

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