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Disney World Restaurants with Fireworks Views

Restaurants with Fireworks Views

Restaurants with fireworks views offer one of the most magical ways to end your day at Walt Disney World. Options range from signature dining locations at Disney Deluxe Resorts to in park restaurants.

California Grill Narcoossee’s ‘Ohana Magic Kingdom Area LoungesLa Hacienda de San Angel Rose and Crown Shiki-Sai: Sushi Izakaya Spice Road Table Monsier Paul Topolino’s Terrace Toledo – Tapas, Steak, & Seafood

General info:

Reservations should be made for 45-60 minutes before the fireworks are scheduled to start.

Arrive at the hostess stand at least 15 minutes prior to the reservation time.

Ask the hostess to sit you where you can have a view of the fireworks, keeping in mind this might lead to a longer wait.

Restaurants With Views of Magic Kingdom’s Fireworks

California Grill

Located in the Contemporary Resort

The entire restaurant at California Grill has great views of the Magic Kingdom’s nighttime fireworks show thanks to the giant wall of windows. There is also an outdoor viewing deck for guests. The best perk of this restaurant is that if you had dinner early in the evening, you can return with your receipt and still watch the show from the viewing deck.


Located in the Grand Floridian Resort

Narcoossee’s is located slightly to the left of the Magic Kingdom. There is a large viewing deck outside to view the fireworks. The restaurant is also tiered which allows for more tables to be able to view the fireworks.



Located in the Polynesian Village Resort

‘Ohana is the least expensive dining option, while still having an optimal view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks. The restaurant has a giant wall of windows directly facing the castle. In addition to the restaurant, fireworks can also be seen from the beach at the resort.

Lounges with a View

Both Trader Sam’s Tiki Terrace (in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort) and Top of the World Lounge (in Bay Lake Tower) provide views of the Magic Kingdom fireworks. Since Top of the World Lounge is only available to Disney Vacation Club members, the Tiki Terrace is a much more accessible location for most guests.

Restaurants With Views of Epcot’s Fireworks

La Hacienda de San Angel

Located in the Mexico Pavilion

This restaurant offers great views of Epcot’s nighttime show on the World Showcase Lagoon. Thanks to the large windows, many tables in the La Hacienda de San Angel offer excellent views. There is not a patio or deck to view fireworks, so request a table by the window for the best view of the lagoon.

Rose and Crown

Located in the United Kingdom Pavilion

This restaurant arguably has the best views of EPCOT’S fireworks from the outdoor patio section. However, Rose and Crown is also a very popular location for the nighttime show.  Even with advanced reservations, it can be difficult to guarantee a seat on the patio. Due to the recent popularity of the restaurant during the fireworks show, the restaurant has enforced a policy that guests can only wait up to one hour for a patio table. After that hour, guests may either choose the table offered or choose not to dine at Rose and Crown. Also note that there is a special dining package for viewing the fireworks at Rose and Crown. This means that you can possibly reserve those prime seats in advance, but it will be harder to get them with a normal reservation.

Shiki-Sai: Sushi Izakaya

Restaurants with Fireworks Views

Located in Japan Pavilion

The best view of the fireworks at Shiki-Sai: Sushi Izakaya will be the seats along the windows. Although this restaurant boasts floor to ceiling windows, there are also several large columns located throughout the restaurant that can easily block your view. If you are not able to get a close window seat, there is also a public walkway outside of the restaurant.

Spice Road Table

Located in Morocco Pavilion

The Spice Road Table offers a large outdoor seating area which allows for more options to view the fireworks. Try to get an outdoor seat as close to the lagoon as possible in order to watch the show with the least amount of obstructions. Also note that there is a special dining package for viewing the fireworks at Spice Road Table. This means that you can possibly reserve those prime seats in advance, but it will be harder to get them with a normal reservation.

Monsieur Paul

Located in the France Pavilion

This high-end restaurant is located on the second floor, which means that those who can get a table next to a window will have great views of the fireworks. However, there are very limited tables at Monsieur Paul that are located in front of the windows, which are also relatively small compared to other restaurants. Guests sitting further back will have a difficult time seeing out of the small windows.


Restaurants With Views of Multiple Fireworks Shows

Topolino’s Terrace

Located in Disney’s Riviera Resort

Topolino’s Terrace offers a large outdoor patio which allows for options to view not only the fireworks from Epcot, but also from Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and the Magic Kingdom. Unfortunately, unlike some of the other restaurants at resorts, the music for the shows are not piped in.

Restaurants with Fireworks Views

Toledo – Tapas, Steak, & Seafood

Located in Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Toledo offers great views of not only the fireworks from Epcot but also Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Like Topolino’s Terrace unfortunately the music for the fireworks shows are not piped in.


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