Travel With Grandparents
Exploring The Wonderful World Of Dining At Disney
Travel with grandparents is a great way to get to try out new foods because grandparents love to eat well. No matter where you eat at Disney, the food is wonderful, but there are a few places that top the list when it comes to Disney dining out. Let’s take a look at some of the best places to eat when you finally take a break at Disney:
When you move around Epcot, you are a guest of the world. Yes, Epcot is the home of the Disney World Showplace, boasting an impressive eleven countries represented. The countries include Mexico, Norway, China, Germany, Italy, United States, Japan, Morocco, France, United Kingdom, and Canada.
Each one of these countries is filled with shops, things to do, and best of all, places to eat. The dining locations actually offer original cuisine from each world location. If you have ever wanted to tour the globe and try different, tasty meals, Disney is the one convenient place to do just that.
Cape May Café
If seafood is your joy, the Beach Club Resort at Disney is your location. The Cape May Café is located in the lobby area and has almost any type of seafood you could ask for. Ranked as one of the top 100 dining locations in the state of Florida, the buffet-style menu consists of steamed clams, mussels, fresh veggies, and items for the non-seafood lover, as well.
With its open atmosphere and bright colors, Cape May Café is an excellent upscale dining facility. The desserts are exceptional and come with custom poured confections to top it all off. The small, bite-sized desserts catch your attention when you first walk in, so beware; it’s hard to resist the urge to eat dessert first!
Located at the Grand Polynesian Resort, the Polynesian Café is a delightful place to be for dinner. Of course, with the Hawaiian theme, you will get to see your favorite cast members from Lilo and Stitch. But that is not the best part. Their special concoction of tropical juice will have your mouth watering as you dine on fresh fruit and specially prepared Mickey waffles.
If you have small children with you, the Polynesian Café has to be one of your stops for character dining. Overlooking a jungle setting, the Polynesian Café is a world of peace, calm, and serenity. Make sure you get to your dining early because the café fills up extremely fast. The wait time will go from five minutes to about an hour in no time.
There are so many great places to eat at Disney that you’ll have a difficult time making a decision. All of them have great food and wonderful atmospheres. If you are looking for something special and unique, there are definitely locations that will suit any desire. Be sure to check out the locations mentioned above as they are some of the finest dining in the entire Disney parks area. Then branch out and explore the rest!