With its jacket dress code, keepsake menus, and 4,200-bottle wine cellar, this 14-table restaurant
in the Grand Floridian totally caters to couples. Kids 10 years and older are allowed, but, trust us, you'll see very few. Most would not be into the hush-hush setting, Wedgewood china, and $135 degustation menu that changes daily—but of course, this is what makes it honeymooncentral. Expect inventive, globally influenced dishes like cold-smoked Niman Ranch lamb with Fuji-apple dressing or veal tenderloin with truffle bread pudding. Overall, this is Disney's dining rock star, and I can't think of a better way to spend three hours, lingering over wine and yummy food. Dinner for two, $260; wine pairings are an additional $65 per person.
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