4. Fun Restaurants
Just because the resort is posh, doesn’t mean that there aren’t more relaxed dining locales for guests to head for a meal. We are big fans of 1900 Park Fare – a buffet that features a rotating cast of characters that will meet and greet with guests while they dine. The Grand Floridian Café is also a good choice for guests who are looking for classic entrees with a unique, modern flair. Guests can also find contemporary options at the Gasparilla Island Grill for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.