7. Narcoossee’s (Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa)
Narcoossee’s is another grand pick for Disney’s Grand Floridian. Perched along the hotel’s piers in its own individual building, this riparian restaurant is famous for its indulgent deliverance of coastal classics. From locally sourced seafood to globally imported fare, you’ll dive into an abundance of flavorful offerings. Whole steamed Maine lobster is among the most popular menu items here, along with seared line caught swordfish, crispy Rhode Island calamari, butter-poached twin Maine lobster tails, wild caught shrimp, and pan-seared Georges Bank Day Boat scallops. For those with more grounded tastes there are also choices for steak, ribs, and other land fare. Some menu selections even present the best of both. Narcoossee’s is open for dinner as well as Sunday brunch in which you can enjoy all your breakfast favorites, some even with a seafood flare like grits with shrimp. Through each experience diners will enjoy panoramic views of the Seven Seas Lagoon. And for those dining during the evening hours this means great views of the Magic Kingdom fireworks as well as the nightly Electrical Water Pageant.