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  • On Apr 3, 2012
    Cindy from VA Asked

    My husband and I will be at Disney for our 28th anniversary - where special would you recommend eating? We've been to Disney ALOT of times - but this time it's just me and him!!! Can't wait!

    Hello Cindy!

    I absolutely love adults-only trips to Walt Disney World!  You can feel like a kid again and indulge in romance all at the same time!

    My ultimate romantic spot for an anniversary dinner would be Victoria and Albert's at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa.  It is fine dining at its best.  It is intimate, romantic, and the level of attention you'll receive from the staff is unmatched anywhere in Walt Disney World (or Central Florida for that matter!).  For the ultimate experience, book the Chef's Table.  It's out of this world!

    I also love Bistro de Paris in Epcot for romantic dining.  The menu is sulbime and the dining room is elegant and intimate.  It's the perfect place to talk while you savor some amazing food and wine. 

    Speaking of Epcot, one of our favorite things to do is to stroll World Showcase together.  We take our time, visit the shops, and sample food and drinks from around the world.  We usually top it off with some Kir Royale from the France Pavilion and some dessert while we watch Illuminations: Reflections of Earth.

    You are going to have the most wonderfully amazing time on your anniversary trip.  Here's to many more years of love and magic together!

    Pixie Dust,
    Ashley
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Meet the Panelist: Ashley, New York

I'm a military wife and mom to two little ones who is either on a Walt Disney World vacation or planning our next one!  Learn More About Ashley

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