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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.

& Al­bert’s,

Cal­i­for­nia Grill

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.

Artist Point,

Seafood Grille,


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


The Palm.


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