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  • On Aug 15, 2010
    David from MO Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We will be at Disney in 44 days. I'm wanting to have a romantic evening with my wife and can't think of anywhere good to take her to eat. Is there any good place to eat inside the parks and then watch fireworks at MK. Any help much appreciated!!


    There really are not any good dining options in the Magic Kingdom that offer a good view of the Wishes Fireworks.

    HOWEVER, there are three places I can think of that might fit the bill. If you want romance, great dining, and a view of the Wishes fireworks, you can't go wrong with either the California Grill or Narcoossee's. Located at the Contemporary and Grand Floridian Resort respectively, these are exceptional restaurants. The food is top-notch, the settings romantic, and the views of the fireworks ideal.

    Now if the cost is a bit too high at these restaurants, 'Ohana is a great, more affordable, option. The ambient noise level is higher there, with lots of entertaining activities for the kids in the main dining area. But you can still get great views of the fireworks, and as the night goes along it can get more and more romantic of a setting.

    Finally, all three of these are just a quick monorail ride away from the Magic Kingdom. So I would say you should take a quick ride and enjoy the romantic dining settings! Write me back if you need more advice!

    Have a magical (and delicious) vacation!
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