Romantic dining for honeymooners?

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  1. Johnie

    Johnie Active Member

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    I just booked a trip for a Disneymoon for children I've known from my mom's church forever and a day. How do all these kids get old enough to get married?!

    Anyway, they want me to book HDDR and Boma for breakfast. I have another couple of dinners to book. They are young (early 20's), adventurous eaters, the wife to be has not been to Disney. If I you were going on your Disneymoon, where would you want to dine and why???
     
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    Are they on a budget, Johnie? If it's not *too* big of an issue (budget), I'd suggest Cali Grill. The food is lovely, and the atmosphere is just pure magic. I'd book around 715-730 for 9pm fireworks and let the magic take it from there.
     
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    They are waiting to see if free dining will be happening in Sept. I was wondering if Cali Grill would be a good place. I know the fireworks would be wonderful. Thanks for the suggestion! I will definitely show them the menu.
     
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    They really were amazing...and the food was delicious...

    I would also recommend Flying Fish. Perhaps a bit of a "later" reservation (maybe 745-8?). The lights are low, the menu is lovely, and they could end the night with a lovely stroll along the boardwalk.
     
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    Cinderella's castle and BOG are beautiful and great for honeymoon photos. How about the restaurant inside of Mexico it looks romantic.
     
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    Oooh! Or the new Moroccan restaurant during the fireworks?
     
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    Sadly I don't think you can make reservations, it's walk-ups only.
     
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    Wait there is a new Moroccan Restaurant? What the what? BTW never knew there were so many romatics out there!
     
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    You can read about it here, here and the menu is here.
     
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    Hey that looks nice! Is the old eatery still there? This one looks like it is right on the water.
     
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    It is right on the water and the nice thing is that there are no ADRs and no dining plan allowed so it's a case of first come first seated.

    The Marrakesh Restaurant and Tangierine Café are still there as well.
     

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