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nice place for an engagement dinner

Discussion in 'Disney Weddings/Honeymoons/Anniversaries' started by janetm, Aug 27, 2008.

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    Can someone recommend a really romantic restaurant inside disneyworld for an engagement?
     
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    Super expensive? Victoria and Alberts at the Grand Floridian.

    Inside a park? Bistro de Paris in France at the World Showcase.

    California Grill at the Contemporary

    Artist Point at Wilderness Lodge

    Jiko at Animal Kingdom Lodge

    Yachtsman's Steakhouse at the YC

    Any of those sound appealing? :unsure:
     
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    All of those are perfect for that :)

    v&a is my favourite though ;)
     
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    Yep you sure can`t beat V & A`s for that special meal.
    Just to add one onto Tink`s list though...Citrico`s at the GF is nice too.
     
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    I absolutely agree with all of these choices. And I too will say that V&A can't be beat, especially if price is no object.
     
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    havent been to v&a but the california grill is really special
     
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    I totally agree with the choices mentioned but my favourite has to be V&A as it is extra special.:p015:
     
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    I love V&A too. The California grill at the contemporary is another nice place.
     
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    After this last birthday holiday at WDW, I would have to add Bistro de Paris (the upstairs full service gourment restaurant) to this short list. It is quite elegant there, without being pretentious, and the servers are very good too.

    It would be a lovely setting (particularly if you requested a window table) to ask someone to marry you. :yes: Maybe right when Illuminations was going off? :D
     
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    ....that`s assuming that you knew the person before you entered the restaurant though! :lol:
     
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    Do you have to book Bistro de paris months in advance Tink ?
     
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    We didn't. We had concierge book for us just a day or two ahead of time. When we were there, some tables went empty the whole time. I don't know if they would have taken walk-ins or not, though. Sometimes it's lack of staff instead of too many guests, eh?

    Very much worth the effort to attend! :yes:
     
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    Thanks Tink. I will definitely try it next time we go. :p015:
     

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