Epcot excels in Mexican cuisine.
set inside an Aztec pyramid, overlooks a starry sky and the Gran Fiesta Tour boat ride, and next door is an intimate bar for specialty tequilas. Outside on the lagoon,
The San Angel Inn,
La Hacienda de San Angel
is a primo spot for watching fireworks through the tall windows while enjoying pork confit carnitas, short ribs with chimichurri, fried-shrimp tacos and acres of margaritas.
experiences, on the 15th floor of the Contemporary Resort, offers spectacular nighttime fireworks views and even more splendid Californian hand-crafted cuisine.
in the Grand Floridian Resort, has received AAA’s Five Diamond Award for 16 straight years. Very expensive tables are booked six months in advance, and for epicures, it’s a bargain. a beautiful room in the stunning Wilderness Lodge resort, takes inspiration from Yellowstone National Park and serves splendid fish from the Pacific Northwest.
The Hollywood Brown Derby
is an oasis of civility in the middle of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. At Epcot’s Canada Pavilion, evokes the look and feel of a wine cellar, serving fine steaks and authentic poutine. At Universal Studios, San Francisco seafood treats abound at the casually elegant
while at Islands of Adventure, with a mostly Mediterranean menu, is one of the most magical dining rooms anywhere. At the nearby Hard Rock Hotel, fine cuts of prime beef and a New York steakhouse atmosphere are served at And the new epicenter of dining, Disney Springs, features a “modern steakhouse and chic lounge,” bringing Vegas/Miami sexy to Orlando’s dining scene.
Le Cellier Steakhouse Lombard’s