Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Does the Boardwalk have good nightlife. Looking for something different. Do you recommend this for 2 adults and how would I get back to the Polynesian? I will not have a car.
- - Asked by Kris on 6/5/2013
- Hi Kris,
Yes, I certainly would recommend visiting the Boardwalk for delicious dining options and Coney Island-style entertainment along Crescent Lake, all while allowing Walt Disney World transportation to take care of the driving.
The nightlife at Disney's Boardwalk will not only offer outstanding signature dining options, but live entertainment, dancing, or the ability to catch just about any televised game worldwide on one of the 100 TVs at the ESPN Club. My favorite nighttime activity at the Boardwalk is to watch dueling pianos claim their stake for the crowd at Jellyrolls. Have your song request ready! Kick up your heels for a night of dancing at the Atlantic Dance Hall, or simply stroll around Crescent Lake, taking in the outdoor streetmosphere.
Consider booking the Chef's Tasting Wine Dinner at the Flying Fish Cafe. Reservations can be made up to 180 days prior to arrival either online or by calling 407-WDW-DINE.
To return back to Disney's Polynesian Resort, you'll walk through Disney's Boardwalk lobby to the front entrance and head to the bus stop. Because the buses do not travel between Resort Hotels, you'll need to catch your Polynesian bus by first traveling to Downtown Disney. From the Boardwalk, take the Downtown Disney bus and then transfer to a Polynesian bus. To avoid this lengthy commute, you can simply catch a taxi, costing you no more than about $20. After midnight, sometimes the taxi is well worth the cost after a long day in the Florida sun.
Have a magical evening at Disney's Boardwalk, Kris, and thanks for visiting the panel with your planning questions.
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