4. Insiders Don’t Miss the Resorts
Too often guests only dine inside the theme parks. Insiders know that arguably the best Walt Disney World restaurants are located instead at the resorts. They will enjoy breakfast with Minnie and a few friends at Disney’s Beach Club, or afternoon tea at Disney’s Grand Floridian. They know that they can dine on Polynesian or African cuisine, Southern comfort foods, and share The Kitchen Sink as a family. They realize that if they want a romantic dinner, the resorts have many great options, some of which include an unforgettable view of fireworks. Insiders know that the resorts offer more than just food courts for dining. They will also admit that the food courts can be pretty special as well.