EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Jul 25, 2009
    Crystal from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    12/8-14. ASMo/5DPH/DDP. Due w/ #2 @ time of Dining Res! MVMCP w/ CP(d) on 8th. WTP 4 4DD/Resort Sightseeing on 14th. AK/TH(b). Epcot/CMay(b) & GG(d). MK/GF-1900 (d). HS/Sci-fi. Must do BBB 4 DH/DD 4 his bday. Mom will b w/. Date nite needed! Suggestio


    I am not sure of what all you are asking, but I did see a request for Date Night suggestions! There are several choices, based on what you like/dislike. Here are my favorites, covering some of those different interests;

    • Fine Dining Date Night: California Grill
      • When budget is not a concern, and you want the best meal paired with the best view, this is the place.
    • Rowdy Fun Date: Biergarten followed by Jellyrolls
      • Start at this German beer hall dining experience and then move on to the rowdy fun of dueling pianos at the nearby BoardWalk
    • Exotic Date: Spirit of Aloha / Bongos
      • Aloha¬†transports you to the shores of Hawaii, though it might be more of a family setting. Instead you might opt for Bongos at Downtown Disney for a Miami Vice feel¬†and Cuban cuisine.
    • Casual Date: Epcot World Showcase
      • I think that walking along the World Showcase, sampling bites from different countries is a great way to dine, letting you try a lot of different things, and share too!

    Let me know if there was a question there that I missed. I am glad to offer up more advice!

    Have a magical (and delicious) vacation!

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