3. Victoria & Albert’s
If you enjoy fancy, upscale dining, this restaurant is going to be a dream come true for you. Children under 10 are not allowed to dine in this restaurant and there is a bit of a dress code, which is to be expected. I would recommend this location if you’re on your honeymoon or some other special occasion as it is expensive, but the experience is unmatched. Reservations are required. Photo credit: Disney
This restaurant nestled inside of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is popular and perfect for either breakfast or dinner. Both meals are all you can eat served family style, with breakfast being a character meal. This spot is popular for both meal times because you can meet Lilo, Stitch, Pluto and Mickey Mouse in the morning and at night, you get a breathtaking view of Wishes. I would highly recommend booking in advance.
5. California Grill
One of the biggest reasons this restaurant is so hard to book a reservation for is because of its location. It sits at the top of Disney’s Contemporary Resort and offers a spectacular view of Wishes, which only adds to its popularity. This is a perfect spot for a date night, especially if you’re not willing to pay the money for Victoria & Albert’s. Even though it’s pricey, the view and atmosphere is worth it.
6. Le Cellier
This steakhouse located inside the Canada pavilion at Epcot is incredibly popular, expensive and hard to get a reservation for. Any time I’m looking for lunch or dinner reservations, this restaurant hardly pops up. If this is a location your family is dining to eat at during your stay, make sure you’re on the app or website checking for openings.