12 Restaurants You Should Add To Your Disney Dining Bucket List

Prime Time Cafe

3. 50’s Prime Time Café

Along the glistening Echo Lake of Hollywood Studios, 50’s Prime Time does a magnificent job at capturing the flavor of classic family dining. Make sure you keep your elbows off of the table and mind your manners and for heaven sake, make sure you eat your vegetables or Cast Members will give you a good scolding! Meals are just like June Cleaver used to make – picture meatloaf, mashed potatoes, pot roast, fried chicken and more. Can you say comfort food?

4. The Hollywood Brown Derby

Closer to the gates of stardom at the front of Hollywood Studios, this intricately-designed restaurant celebrates the cinema’s first renaissance. You can spend your entire dining experience simply admiring the décor and attempting to identify the various celebrity caricatures displayed across the walls. The food is nothing short of delicious with decadent as well as healthy choices available. The original Brown Derby boasts the creation of the cobb salad so make sure you order one!

5. The Coral Reef

Located next to Epcot’s grand aquarium and Finding Nemo attractions, the Coral Reef is one of the most peaceful restaurants on property. You get to dine next to one of the biggest aquariums in the world, and may even come face to face with sharks and stingrays. This undersea dining experience offers a variety of menu options from seafood scampi to New York strip steak.



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