It’s time to celebrate mom! If you’re going to be in Walt Disney World on Mother’s Day, there’s a number of restaurants offering brunches to consider celebrating that special woman in your life. Here are our top suggestions of where to visit.
This classic fine-dining restaurant serves award-winning gourmet meals all with sweeping views atop Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Oh and if you dine late, you’ll be able to watch the fireworks bursting over Cinderella Castle complete with piped in musical score.
This seafood restaurant found at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort can be found on the waterfront overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon with spectacular views of the Magic Kingdom and the park’s fireworks.
Afternoon Tea at the Garden View Tea Room
Enjoy the tradition of afternoon tea at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. Tea cakes and other traditional tantalizing treats accompany a wide selection of tasty teas.
Be Our Guest
Beneath shimmering chandeliers, lovebirds can dine in fairy tale elegance at Be Our Guest Restaurant in the Magic Kingdom. Known as the place where Belle and Beast fell in love, the grand ballroom in Beast’s Castle is the perfect setting for romance as ‘snow’ falls on the French countryside outside the windows and guests dine on French-inspired cuisine and fine wines.
Jiko-The Cooking Place
Relax and enjoy the warm, soothing colors of an African sunset in a beautiful setting as you savor a truly unique culinary experience with one of the finest collections of South African wines in the U.S. Don’t forget to visit the animal viewing area at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge after your meal.
This restaurant at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge draws inspiration from the sprawling dining rooms found in National Park lodges across the Pacific Northwest, focusing on seafood, sirloins and game, with cedar plank roasted king salmon and wild boar on the menu. After you’re meal, take a stroll at the rear of the resort and watch Fire Rock Geyser erupt or sit and rock for a spell in front of the roaring fire of the huge lobby fireplace.
This restaurant celebrates the art of traveling, featuring foods from places around the globe that inspired the creation of Disney’s Animal Kingdom. This signature restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner and the restaurant also features handcrafted cocktails with African, Asian and South American flavors, imported beers and a South American and South African wine list.
Step upstairs in this Epcot restaurant found in the France Pavilion for this intimate, French dining experience in this tucked-away Parisian bistro with a magnificent French wine list. Don’t skip dessert such treats as Grand Marnier Souffle and Vanilla Creme Brulee.
This signature restaurant serves fresh seafood in a high-energy, upbeat setting at Disney’s BoardWalk. Specialties are prepared with flair right before your eyes in the onstage show kitchen. Take in the wondrous décor-an artistic and nostalgic interpretation of an Atlantic Boardwalk. The wine menu is especially extensive. Stroll along the boardwalk after your meal and play some carnival games.
Art Smith’s Homecomin’
If you’re looking for good old fashioned home cooking, consider Art Smith’s Homecomin’ at Disney Springs. This restaurant showcase the cuisine of celebrity Chef Art Smith with a design inspired by turn-of-the century Florida architecture of the late 1800s and features farm-to-fork cuisine with the fresh bounty of Florida.
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