5: Valentine’s Day Dining

Love is in the air ❤ I’ll be your Minnie if you’ll be my Mickey. 😉

Here are our 5 Fave restaurants to go on Valentine’s Day. (Followed by fireworks at the Kingdom, of course!)

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Victoria and Albert’s — Disney’s Grand Floridian
Victoria and Albert’s will always be a favorite. This beautiful, Victorian-themed restaurant located at Disney’s Grand Floridian offers pristine ingredients for every meal. Ask the chef about vegetarian options!

Le Cellier — Epcot
Have some fun this Valentine’s Day at Le Cellier Steakhouse, located in the Canadian pavilion at Epcot. With delicious steak and seafood options — and a lovely candle-lit ambiance — you’ll surely think you’re dining right in the center of Canada. After the meal, tour the World Showcase to find your favorite dessert.

The Boathouse — Disney Springs
The Boathouse is honestly our favorite place to be on any given day. This breezy, waterfront eatery is a perfect place for Florida’s February temperatures. The Boathouse offers Florida surf & turf and much more. Don’t forget to take an unforgettable ride in the Amphicar!

Trattoria al Forno — Disney’s BoardWalk
Enjoy your favorite Italian dish or pasta at Trattoria al Forno. We love the house-made ravioli! After dinner, take a walk around the BoardWalk. With a dueling piano bar, a dance hall, carnival games and a view of Epcot’s nightly fireworks, this resort is a great place for a date night.

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California Grill — Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Wow-factor, much? California Grill is located on the 15th floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort. With a stunning view of Disney’s Magic Kingdom, you won’t need to leave your seat for the fireworks show. Did you know: California Grill is one of the top proposal spots in all of Disney. 😉

While Disney is great about taking walk-ins, we HIGHLY recommend making a reservation. Especially on Valentine’s Day! Call Disney Dining at 407-939-3463.

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