Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hi Mom's! My boyfriend and I will be traveling to WDW in August. We are in our early twenties and are wondering where we should Dine? We are looking for Restaurants in the theme parks that provide fun and a bit of romance. Any suggestions? thanks!
- - Asked by Kailee from Massachusetts on 2/9/2008
- Hi Kailee,
I have a perfectly romantic suggestion here for you. Lady and the Tramp? Spaghetti? need I say more? Hopefully you have seen this animated classic and know that I am referring to when Lady and Tramp are both eating the same piece of spaghetti when their lips come together and they realize they are actually sharing a kiss!!!!! You could definitely role play with this in mind at a restaurant called "Tony's Town Square" located on Main Street U.S.A. in Magic Kingdom. The fun part....this is totally up to you how you wish to make it fun, (keep in mind this is a family oriented place), and romantic...well it is!!!!. This restaurant was inspired by these lovable characters and the cuisine is in true italian style, antipasto, specialty pastas, sandwiches and pizzas can be enjoyed here! This is casual dining at it's finest serving lunch and dinner. Please make your reservations well in advance (up to 180 days before your arrival), as these popular restaurants fill up quickly. If you would like some other suggestions, please see the Advanced Dining Finder to search for some more options. Although, I believe this would be the perfect choice!
Have a magical stay!
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