5. Garden Grill (Epcot)
Why you’ll love it: This restaurant actually rotates throughout your meal, taking you through various scenes from the “Living with the Land” ride located just below the eatery. In addition to the awesome changing scenery, you’ll also be treated to visits from favorite Disney pals, all dressed in their farmer best.
What you should know: Meals are served “family style”, meaning food is brought out on platter for the entire table to share. That said, you can ask for more of anything that is served. It’s like having a personal buffet at your table.
6. Biergarten (Epcot)
Why you’ll love it: Stepping into Biergarten is like stepping outside into an old German village. You will dine in an evening atmosphere under a beautiful German sky as upbeat German music fills the air and fellow diners dance on the provided dance floor.
What you should know: Seating at this eatery is communal. This means that unless you have a big party, you will almost certainly be seated next to people you don’t know. Don’t worry though (I’m looking at you, introverts), it’s actually a lot of fun!
7. San Angel Inn Restaurante (Epcot)
Why you’ll love it: Another indoor restaurant that makes you feel as though you’re outdoors, San Angel Inn Restaurante is in a perpetual Mexican twilight that is absolutely lovely. The restaurant is located next to the Three Caballeros ride, so diners can watch boats float by as they take in views of the nearby volcano.
What you should know: While the food here is Mexican and delicious, it may not be exactly what you’re used to when it comes to Mexican food. Be sure to check out the menu before dining here.
8. Coral Reef Restaurant (Epcot)
Why you’ll love it: Ever dreamt of going under the sea? Coral Reef Restaurant lets you dine surrounded by fish in a dining room that leaves you feeling as though you’ve jumped into the mysterious fathoms below.
What you should know: This is a more expensive restaurant than many listed here. Know that going in and you’ll be good to go