5 Places You Should Dine At Disney World And 5 Places You Shouldn’t

Artist's Point

Favorite Places To Dine, Continued:

3. Artist Point

Located at the Wilderness Lodge, this signature dining restaurant isn’t usually talked about—but it should be. The menu includes the finest cuts of meat and catches of fish that you could ever desire, prepared and complemented expertly. Save room for Berry Cobbler while enjoying waterfront views.

4. Le Cellier

This is one of the hardest reservations to get in all of Epcot, and for good reason. You won’t find a better steakhouse in all of Walt Disney World, and the wine list is perfectly paired. I often tell people to eat dessert in a different World Showcase pavilion for variety’s sake. But I’d make an exception here for the Maple Creme Brûlée.

5. Tiffins

The newest addition to Animal Kingdom, Tiffins is slotted to be a foodie’s paradise. With menu options including octopus, prawns, curry, and tomato-mint lamb chops, there is bound to be something unusual and decadent to try. Photo credit Disney

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