What are Disney's Romantic Restaurants?

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What are Disney's Romantic Restaurants?

Obviously Victoria & Alberts is the the top of the line as far as dining goes, but there are lots of great places to eat all over property. What do you think the most romantic restaurants in Disney World are?

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Artist's Pointe at the Wilderness Lodge. The background is the mountain waterfall.

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California Griil, window table. Sunset, with fireworks or without, it is a special place. awesome

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I'm guessing I would be the only one who sees romance in Cosmic Ray's?

C'mon, they have Sonny Eclipse!!

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Ollie wrote:
California Griil, window table. Sunset, with fireworks or without, it is a special place. awesome

Gotta say "ditto" to that Ollie.

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mrhub wrote:
Ollie wrote:
California Griil, window table. Sunset, with fireworks or without, it is a special place. awesome

Gotta say "ditto" to that Ollie.

Vote #3 for California Grill!

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We landed the "honeymoon" table at Ohana's - spot on view of MK and water parade. I know it's hard to believe but noise of the restaurant was forgotten.

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I second Artist Pointe.

Also a table against the acquarium at the living seas restaurant too (name is escaping me right now, grr)

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I think Coral Reef is the one at the Living Seas.

I've never been to either of those, I would really like to give the Artst Pointe a try though.

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JeffC wrote:
I'm guessing I would be the only one who sees romance in Cosmic Ray's?

C'mon, they have Sonny Eclipse!!

I might have to go with Jeff on this one. Then again, if the DW and I don't have the kids with us, I'd almost consider McDonalds romantic.

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I will tell my niece about these restaurants. She is getting married Oct 6th and they are going to WDW for their honeymoon.

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What a great place to honeymoon! Tell them to be sure they note the occasion on all of their reservations!

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Honestly, I loved Jiko at Animal Kingdom lodge. The lighting was romantic, food was amazing, and drinks were great too! Plus, I'm a sucker for culture and animals, so....haha It's expensive, but since we had the dining plan it wasn't as bad as it could have been!

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I agree that V&A and CG are both my 2 top choices. I think the Chef's Table at V&A would be something special. My third choice would be Yachtsman Steakhouse.

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