Dining at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa offers a wealth of dining opportunities for guests of all ages. From character dining to quick-service favorites, guests of the resort will be able to find something to suit any craving.

At 1900 Park Fare, guests can indulge in breakfast or dinner buffets while meeting favorite characters from Alice in Wonderland, Mary Poppins and other favorites. Join these popular Disney characters at the Supercalifragilistic Breakfast, where guests ages 3-9 can enjoy kid-friendly fare like mini pancakes and Mickey shaped waffles. The breakfast buffet also offers a make-your-own-omelette station.

During the afternoon, Alice and friends invite guests ages 4-12 to enjoy a Wonderland Tea Party. Kids can enjoy “tea,” (apple juice) and design their own cupcakes for a sweet treat. At dinner, Cinderella, Prince Charming and other Storybook characters host Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner with plenty of buffet-style favorites like mac and cheese, chicken and pizza.

For more upscale tastes, stop by the Chef’s Table Dinner at Victoria & Albert’s. This signature dining opportunity invites guests to attend a private dinner with the head chef within the kitchen of the restaurant. Watch and interact with Chef Hunnel and his staff as they prepare a gourmet 10 course meal, which changes frequently and uses only the freshest ingredients available daily. You can also add the Royal Wine Pairing to your meal, where you can sample unique wines for each portion of the dinner. Prices start at $200 per guest, and guests ages 10 and up are welcome.

At Victoria & Albert’s restaurant, you can enjoy a 2 to 2.5 hour intimate dinner while enjoying gentle harp music amid a gorgeous Victorian decor. While dining, a personalized menu, butler service and a long-stemmed rose for each woman help create an intimate, romantic dining experience. The menu changes seasonally to reflect the freshest ingredients and flavors of the season.

If you’re looking for more low-key dining, visit Gasparilla Grill and Games. This 24-hour quick service restaurant and arcade combines classic American favorites like burgers, pizza, sandwiches and salads with the best in gaming entertainment. Alternatively, you can choose to experience the flavors of southern Europe at Citricos, a restaurant dedicated to creating food inspired by European destinations with an American twist. You can also pair your meal with one of the wines available on their award-winning international wine list.

In the mood for seafood? Visit Narcoossee’s, a restaurant that serves a vast amount of fresh seafood selections like crab-crusted halibut, scallops, steamed lobster and salmon. Additionally, Narcoossee’s also serves non-seafood selectons, like chicken, steak and vegetarian selections. Finish off your meal with a signature dessert like the key lime creme brulee or almond-crusted cheesecake. If you reserve a seat after nightfall, you can catch the brilliant fireworks show in Magic Kingdom theme park from the restaurant.

For breakfast, lunch or dinner, stop by the Grand Floridian Cafe for casual dining at its finest. This restaurant overlooks the gardens and pool at the resort and serves a variety of cuisine like omelettes, Mickey waffles, salads, soups, sandwiches, seafood, chicken and steak.

To relax and kick back, stop by Mizner’s Lounge to listen to jazz music, sample light snacks and choose from a variety of beverages at the full-service bar. The Grand Floridian Society Orchestra will entertain you with their jazz tunes while you snack on spiced almonds, cheeses, and onion torte. The standard drink menu is offered here, as well as a specialty wine list and a selection of cognac, brandy, port, sherry, bourbon and scotch. The lounge opens at 5 p.m. and stays open until 11 p.m., making this the perfect place to enjoy a drink with friends.

Like most resorts at Walt Disney World, the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa have their own full-service pool bars. At the Beach Pool Bar, choose from a selection of specialty cocktails on the rocks like the Captain’s Mai Tai or Poolside Lemonade. Frozen specialty beverages, energy drinks, bottled water, wine, beer and soft drinks are also available.

The second full-service pool bar, St. Johns Pool Bar, offers a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks as well as light snacks to pair with your beverage. Snack on soft pretzels, chips, and light sandwiches while enjoying a cocktail, beer, wine, soda or a specialty non-alcoholic frozen drink.

The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa features plenty of special and unique restaurants for guests of all ages to enjoy. Whether you want breakfast, lunch or an intimate dinner, you will find it at this exclusive Disney resort.