Are you finally planning a trip to Walt Disney World without kids? Maybe you’ve got family to watch the tiny tots and you’re just wanting a romantic dinner with your sweetie.
Or perhaps your kids are older and you’re all looking for something that isn’t geared to young children. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. So, let’s check out Where to Eat at Walt Disney World Without Kids.
Best Adult-Friendly Places in Disney’s Magic Kingdom
Obviously, there aren’t going to be a lot of adult-friendly places to eat at Magic Kingdom. There are some great table-service restaurants as well as some delicious quick service options.
Unfortunately, they are pretty much all designed with kids in mind. So, the only suggestion for Magic Kingdom would have to be the Skipper Canteen.
- Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen – The Skipper Canteen is often overlooked by families traveling to Disney World with youngsters and that’s because the menu doesn’t really look kid-friendly. The food is notably good compared to the standard Disney fare of burgers, pizza, and chicken nuggets (every kid’s favorite!). You’ll also find a couple of specialty cocktails, beer, and wine. The atmosphere is lively, and the cast members do their best to tell funny jokes.
Best Places in Disney’s Epcot
Epcot is a great park for adults as it was originally designed to be that way. There is a small kids area but all and all, you can’t miss. There are numerous adult-friendly dining options.
- Le Cellier Steakhouse – located in the Canada Pavillion in the World Showcase, this spot has a château-style hotel wine cellar look with a dim and romantic atmosphere. The filet mignon here is top-notch but you’ll also love the Le Cellier Beef Bourguignon Poutine or the Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup.
- Teppan Edo – located in the Japan Pavilion in the World Showcase this is a traditional Japanese Hibachi style restaurant where skilled chefs prepare your meal right before you. You can choose from chicken, steak, or shrimp, as well as sushi offerings, Udon noodles, and rice. And don’t forget the Saki or plum wine.
- San Angel Inn Restaurante – this is a great Mexican restaurant located within the Mexico Pavilion. The atmosphere is so spot on that you may forget you’re at a theme park. Enjoy Queso Fundido, Ensalada César, Carne Asada or delicious Baja Tacos de Pescado. There are so many appetizing options! Don’t forget the margaritas! The La Cava Avocado margarita, the spicy El Diablo margarita, or the basic but amazing San Angel Inn Margarita, are all so delicious options!
Best Places in Disney’s Hollywood Studios
- The Hollywood Brown Derby – is a replica of the iconic Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood California. It’s a great spot for lunch or dinner. You can enjoy the classic Cobb salad named after the owner of the original Brown Derby. You’ll also find other delicious food as well as margaritas, wine and other amazing cocktails.
Best Places in Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- Yak & Yeti Restaurant – this is a popular spot with a menu that consists primarily of Asian fare. The portions are rather large – big enough to share. There is also a variety of adult beverages including beer, wine, and some fun and creative cocktails.
Other Great Spots Around Disney World
There are also great eateries throughout Walt Disney World like in Disney Springs, or Disney’s Boardwalk. For an adults-only fun outing try the Monorail Resort Crawl through the Disney Resorts.
Monorail Resort Crawl
On the Magic Kingdom Monorail Loop, you’ll visit the of Disney’s resorts – Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Grand Floridan Resort & Spa. At each resort that are numerous dining options from Table Service spots to lounges. Via this option you’ll visit all three resorts in one day, so you’ll be eating and drinking at least one.
Top Monorail Loop Options:
- California Grill
- Enchanted Rose
- Citricos Lounge
- Steakhouse 71 Lounge
- Tambu Lounge
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