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  • On Jan 20, 2011
    Michele from NJ Asked

    Help! My husband is a chef and it is rare that we get to enjoy a nice meal together, I would like to take him to an excellent dinner while at Disney, what are your suggestions for a meal that will knock the socks off a foodie? Thanks for your help!

    Michele. You rock. Disney World is a foodie's playground! You can find great meals at any price. Let's gravitate to the upper echelon. These are guaranteed to knock your hubby's socks off, just make sure he keeps them on during dinner.



    Victoria & Alberts

    This is the creme de la creme. The 2 hour-plus meal. No tots allowed. Dress 'em up and take 'em out. This is where boys become men. Just listen to this description - it's like something out of a Dickens novel:



    Amongst gentle harp strains and the sparkle of imported crystal in a Victorian dining room, sit in the midst of romantic splendor in this establishment celebrated the world over for its exquisite culinary creations and transcendent atmosphere.




    California Grille

    Don't let the picture on the webpage fool you. This place is classy. It sits high atop the Contemporary. The menu leverages cuisine with flair from California, including sushi. Check out the menu online. This one also has romance written all over it, especially if you time your reservation with Wishes, which you can view from the restaurant and its catwalk, music and all.



    Le Cellier

    If your hubby likes steak, this is THE place to revel in the joy of being a carnivore. The ambiance is comfortable and romantic in a cellar-like setting. From pretzel rolls and cheddar cheese soup to filet and maple creme brulee, it's a party in your mouth. Cap off the meal with Illuminations outside afterwards and it will bring a grown man to his knees.

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Meet the Panelist: Joel, Wisconsin

I’m the proud papa of two little pirates or princes (depending on the day!) I enjoy sharing information to help beginners with little ones - including naps, strollers, rider swaps, height restrictions, scary rides, touring plans, characters and dining. Learn More About Joel

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