10 Best Walt Disney World Restaurants For Date Night

What better place on the planet is there for a date than Walt Disney World? After all, you’ll find romance and happily ever after around many corners. Whether you’re planning a first date, want to enjoy some adult time away from the kids, or are celebrating something special, you’ll want to know where to eat. Here are ten Walt Disney World restaurants to consider. There are so many more.

10) AMC Disney Springs 24 Dine-In Theatres @ Disney Springs

First dates can be awkward, especially when trying to make small talk during dinner. Head to AMC Disney Springs 24 Dine-In Theatres, and that problem could be solved. Enjoy the movie while you’re eating. The menu features bowls, wraps, burgers, and plenty of other items. After the movie, grab a drink at MacGUFFINS in the lobby, or stroll through Disney Springs and watch the live entertainment. Instead of making small talk, talk about the movie.

9) The Hollywood Brown Derby @¬†Disney’s Hollywood Studios

There is a casual elegance to this restaurant. It can be a great place for a date, especially if your date consists of experiencing the rest of the park. There are signature dishes and cocktails, and you need to order Our Famous Cobb Salad. Caricatures of celebrities cover the walls, which adds to the ambiance, and can be a fun topic of conversation.

8) House of Blues Restaurant & Bar @ Disney Springs

House of Blues may not be the most romantic restaurant at Walt Disney World, but it is a lot of fun. The menu features Creole and Southern favorites, and the atmosphere is filled with energy. After your meal, head to the concert venue and enjoy a world class performance on select nights. If you’ve purchased entrees in the restaurant, you’ll receive “Pass the Line” privileges.

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7) Le Cellier Steakhouse @ Epcot

What’s more romantic than dining in a wine cellar? How about enjoying what might be the best steak of your life in that wine cellar? At Le Cellier Steakhouse, you will forget that you’re in the middle of a theme park. Start with Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup, then dine on steak, seafood, duck, or a meat-free option, and sip a glass of Canadian wine at the same time. Share the Maple Creme Brulee for dessert. It will put a smile on both your faces.

6) Tiffins @¬†Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Tiffins is more than just a signature restaurant, it is a destination. It features the flavors of Africa and Asia, which both have influence on the decor. At Tiffins you can order steak, seafood, chicken, and other dishes, and the relaxed atmosphere will allow you to savor every bite. Enjoy a specialty cocktail while you eat, or head to Nomad Lounge next door to top off your meal.

5) The Edison @ Disney Springs

If your date night includes hitting the latest hip establishment, you’ll want to check out The Edison. Entrees include dishes such as Centennial Steak, Scottish Salmon, and The Edison Burger. After 10:00, The Edison turns into a 21 and up club. There’s live entertainment and dancing. There are plenty of signature cocktails to choose from, in fact each bar has its own specialty. If you’re looking for something a bit different for date night, The Edison might be the perfect place.

4) California Grill @¬†Disney’s Contemporary Resort

If it’s a romantic meal that you’re looking for, you need to make a reservation at California Grill! You’ll take a private elevator to the restaurant, and once inside you’ll see bottle after bottle of wine. Over 300 vintages are available. There’s sushi, hand rolled pizza, beef, seafood, and many other food choices. If you’re vegetarian or vegan, ask to see the separate menu. As amazing as the food is, it’s the view that will make date night memorable. There are two private decks that overlook the Magic Kingdom. Time your reservation for the nightly fireworks, and it could be the most romantic evening that you’ve had in a long time.

3) Flying Fish @¬†Disney’s BoardWalk

Fresh food and a fun atmosphere is what Flying Fish is all about. Although it’s heavy on the seafood, steak, chicken, and pasta are also available. Once your meal is over, spend some time strolling around Disney’s BoardWalk. Watch the street performers, win a prize, or head over to either Jellyrolls or Atlantic Dance Hall for a 21 and up experience.

2) Cinderella’s Royal Table @¬†Magic Kingdom

If dining inside of Cinderella Castle sounds like the perfect date, then Cinderella’s Royal Table is for you. While it’s true that it’s a character meal and there will be plenty of children around, it is still romantic. If you’re thinking about popping the question while at Walt Disney World, this is the place to do it! Contact Disney at least 72 hours in advance, and ask about the Glass Slipper Engagement Package. It will make a special evening even more spectacular.

1) Victoria & Albert’s @¬†Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Victoria & Albert’s is not only the most acclaimed restaurant at Walt Disney World, it is one of the best in Central Florida and even the entire country. If you are looking for the ultimate date night, this is where you will want to head. There are three different experiences available; The Dining Room, Queen Victoria’s Room, and The Chef’s Table. Since The Chef’s Table is usually for small groups, you might want to book one of the other two. Queen Victoria’s Room is more intimate, but honestly you can’t go wrong at Victoria & Albert’s. The meal will consist of several courses for a flat fee, and there are over 700 wine choices. Give yourself two to three hours for your meal. You won’t have to worry about a crying baby at the next table, all guests must be at least ten years old. If you want to forget that you’re surrounded by the world’s most popular theme parks and just enjoy an evening together, Victoria & Albert’s is the solution.

About PaulaK

I grew up in Western Massachusetts. When I was nine my family went to Disneyland and I was hooked. I grew up, attended New England College in Henniker, NH and eventually moved to Virginia. I worked as a disc jockey, married and became a full time mom when our daughter was born. Fast forward several years. In 2010 we moved to Central Florida and my Disney obsession grew. I now work as a freelance writer and spend my spare time in the parks. Under the name Paula Brown I penned the novels Dream Wanderers and The Coffee Cruiser. I also am a co-author of Dining at Walt Disney World: The Definitive Guide. I'm obsessed with Star Wars, so this is a good time to live in Central Florida. I've been a vegetarian for well over a decade, a choice that my daughter eventually made as well. While my husband still hasn't joined us fully he has given up most meats except for seafood. I was relieved to find that vegetarian dining is not difficult at Walt Disney World.