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Mom’s and Dad’s Night Out- 8 Most Romantic Restaurants in Disney World

Family vacations are great, but sometimes you just need a kid-free night. What you may not know is that Disney offers many dining options that are actually geared more towards adults. There are many restaurants on Disney property that would be perfect for a romantic night out for just mom and dad.

8. Tutto Italia Ristorante

What could possibly more romantic than an Italian dinner for two? Located in the Italy Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase, you will feel like you stepped back into Old World Italy. With beautiful chandeliers and gorgeous murals, this is an ideal place for a romantic dinner for two.

*Sit outside on the patio for a more open atmosphere and lovely views of the rest of Epcot.

Italy

Tutto Italia Ristorante

7. San Angel Inn

Located directly inside of the pyramid in the Mexico Pavilion, this romantic restaurant is a quiet escape from the busy marketplace next door. Its dim-lit atmosphere makes for a perfect dinner date.

6. Citricos

Located inside one of Disney’s most romantic resorts, Citricos has a trendy elegance accompanied by stunning views of the lagoon and the Grand Floridian Resort. Both you and your sweetie are sure to love the unique Mediterranean flavors in its dishes and the extensive wine list.

5. Yachtsman Steakhouse

If a night away from the kids means a night to splurge, then the Yachtsman Steakhouse is a wonderful choice. Located inside Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, this option comes with a hefty price tag, but offers a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. With countless steak options and beautifully prepared desserts, this steakhouse is delightful for any special occasion.

4. Le Cellier Steakhouse

Tucked away in the Canada Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase, this premier steakhouse would make a cozy dinner for two. With its Old World charm and soft lighting, there’s no better place to cozy up to the one you love.

* Reservations fill up fast here, so make sure you book ahead.

California Grill

California Grill

3. California Grill

The view is everything for this restaurant. Located atop Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you can enjoy views of the lagoon and even Cinderella’s Castle. While the menu is more adult friendly, it certainly makes for a perfect adults only dinner.

* Make your reservations during the Wishes firework display at Magic Kingdom so you can watch them right from your table.

2. Cinderella’s Royal Table

Cinderella’s table is a popular place for proposals and it’s easy to see why. Located inside Cinderella’s Castle at Magic Kingdom, the stunning views of Fantasyland make this restaurant one of the most romantic spots in all of Disney World. This view is even more beautiful at sunset or during the Wishes firework display.

*You can order a glass slipper that your waiter or waitress can bring out for you to make the night even better. This is great for engagements or anniversaries.

Victoria And Alberts

Victoria And Alberts

1. Victoria and Albert’s

Also known as one of the most expensive restaurants on Disney property, Victoria and Albert’s is probably the most romantic place to dine in all of Walt Disney World. Saying this restaurant is extravagant is an understatement. In fact, it’s so extravagant that it has its own dress code. No shorts or flip-flops here! With that being said, it is the perfect place to spend a kid-free dinner.

Contrary to what so many people think, Disney caters to adults just as much as they cater to kids! There’s no doubt that Disney is the perfect place to spend time with the one you love. So whether it’s a special occasion you’re celebrating or just a quiet night out, each of these 8 beautiful restaurants are sure to make a perfect romantic night out.



About Meghann McFadden

Writing has always been my passion. I have had an interest in writing ever since I was young. Similarly, I have always loved Disney. There is not a day that goes by that I'm not reading or watching something about Disney. I am currently finishing up my bachelor’s degree and working as well. I live right outside of Chicago, but visit Walt Disney World Resort several times a year.