7 – 50’s Prime Time Café (Hollywood Studios)
The food served to guests here is what you would expect to find on your mom’s kitchen table growing up — meatloaf, roast beef, fried chicken, and all the sides. However, what makes this restaurant unique is not the menu, but the service. You’ll be treated like you’re one of the family — staff will make sure that you’ve washed your hands, eaten all of your vegetables before letting you order dessert, and yell at you to keep your elbows off of the table. In addition to great food, guests will want to try one of the great cocktails or milkshakes from the Tune-In Lounge attached to the restaurant.
6 – Tokyo Dining (Epcot)
Guests loving sushi will definitely want to grab a reservation for a meal here. Tokyo Dining is located in the Japan Pavilion and invites guests to sample a variety of handmade rolls, nigiri, and other entrees for guests who may not like seafood. Kids can also find a varied menu here if the normal menu proves to challenging. What elevates a meal at Tokyo Dining is if you are lucky enough to get a reservation towards the end of the night before the fireworks are shown. The entire restaurant sits a story above the World Showcase Lagoon and the wall nearest the World Showcase Lagoon is all windows, so you’ll have a great view!
5 – Narcoossee’s (Grand Floridian Resort and Spa)
Serving dinner to guests, Narcoossee’s is a destination for a special occasion. The restaurant is built partially over the water of the Seven Seas Lagoon, so you are offered great views of the Magic Kingdom and passing boats on the water. The menu has a wonderful selection of seafood, but you can find dishes that appeal to land lovers, as well. The dessert menu is diverse with selections of sorbet, tarts, tortes, and cakes — so bring your appetite!