Where To Dine at Disney for Adults

Headed to Disney for an adults only trip? GOOD. You’re not alone. If I had a dollar for everytime someone questioned why David and I were going back to Disney, since we don’t have kids, I wouldn’t need to run this blog. Today, we’re sharing some of our favorite restaurants from adult-date nights (even though, if you’re an adult who loves a character meal, more power to you).

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-The California Grill
I’m a California Grill fan-girl. The restaurant is gorgeous, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking The Magic Kingdom and Bay Lake (you can also watch the fireworks from their balcony!). The food is fantastic, with some of the best sushi I’ve ever had, and a phenomenal wine list.

Jiko is in The Animal Kingdom Lodge, and has a diverse, interesting menu (that tastes great!), and walls that change color while you eat, to mimic the appearance of a African sunset.

-Monsieur Paul
French food is my favorite (it’s probably why I keep going to France). Monsieur Paul is the romantic restaurant upstairs from Chefs De France, and has far better food, and service.

Going to The Grand Floridian always gives off date-night-ish vibes, and it’s even better when you get to eat at Narcoossee’s. Narcoossee’s is the free standing restaurant, near the water’s edge, with a wrap around porch, and amazing seafood.

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Tiffins is the hidden gem of The Animal Kingdom – it’s their only signature restaurant, and has adventurous dishes you won’t find anywhere else. The decor is inspired by the imagineers, and their journeys to create The Animal Kingdom.

-The Edison

DON’T MISS THE EDISON. This new, steampunk, 1920s themed restaurant not only has great food, but turns into a club with amazing entertainment late at night. 

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