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The Crystal Palace

From the moment you walk into this bright, Victorian-style restaurant, you may feel a little rumbly in your tumbly! And if you get that reference, this is definitely the place for you! Join Pooh and all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at The Crystal Palace.

The Crystal Palace is home to a beautiful glass atrium that will have you oohing and ahhing from the moment you walk in. This all-you-can-eat buffet has something for everyone and for every meal. While you’re dining, your favorite characters like Pooh, Tigger, and Piglet mingle throughout the table to take pictures and share lots of laughs and hugs.

All food is prepared right before you in the onstage kitchen, and dining at this restaurant for breakfast will start your day at Magic Kingdom off in the best way possible! Fill your tumbly with fresh omelets, pastries, fruit, pancakes, and much more!

For lunch and dinner, you have even more hearty options like roasted carved meats, freshly prepared pastas, salads, and thelist just keeps going!

If you still have room from making multiple trips to the bountiful buffets, treat yourself to dessert! Options include warm banana pudding, brownies, fruit cobbler, and the Florida classic: key lime pie.

The Crystal Palace is located at Magic Kingdom, and you can get there by the complimentary bus system, the monorail, or you can park your car. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.

Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Experience the romance of the Florida Keys at this tranquil community of Conch Flats—a sprawling island hamlet with shimmering waterways, swaying palm trees and manicured golf-course fairways. Delight in sun-soaked pools, casual dining and such amenities as fully equipped kitchens or kitchenettes.

Recreation
At Disney’s Old Key West Resort, there are 4 pools for your enjoyment. The Sandcastle Pool is 149,600-gallon pool with a 125-foot-long waterslide that flows through a giant sandcastle and features a sand beach that is waiting for you to lounge around on. Nearby is a whirlpool spa and a dry sauna where your cares will melt away.

There are 3 leisure pools all located at their own sections of the resort: Old Turtle Pond, South Point, and Miller’s Road. These pools offer a quiet spot where you can lounge the day away.

There’s no shortage of activities to keep you busy at this resort. From sports such as volleyball, basketball, tennis, and fishing to bike rentals and movies under the stars, there is something for everyone! There is also a community hall where you can play foosball, video games, check out equipment for sports, and rent DVD’s to take back to your room.

Dining
While you’re lounging around the pool, you’ll need snacks and beverages which is why there are 3 quick-service pool bars at this resort. Good’s Food to Go, Turtle Shack Poolside Snacks, and Gurgling Suitcase are your go-tos. Options include burgers, hot dogs, pizza, salads, desserts, and plenty of beverages – alcoholic and non alcoholic.

Olivia’s Cafe is a casual dining restaurant that’s open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For breakfast, you absolutely can’t miss the banana bread french toast. Lunch options include conch fritters, conch chowder, stacked sandwiches, and their signature burger, while dinner offers heartier choices such as pan-seared scallops and barbecue pork ribs.

Transportation
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs. You can also get to Disney Springs from the water taxi.

Disney’s Old Key West Resort is a peaceful tropical paradise awaiting you and your family. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are your concierge to the magic and much more!

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Inspired by historic Saratoga Springs—a late-1800s’ New York retreat famous for its spas and horse racing—this charming, Victorian-style Resort hotel is nestled between rolling golf course greens and the shimmering Village Lake. Delight in stately Studios and multi-bedroom Villas, dazzling pools and a spa.

Recreation
At Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, there are five pools (that’s right, 5!) for you and your family to enjoy. The High Rock Spring Pool features gushing waterfalls, a zero-depth entry similar to a beach, and a 128-foot-long waterslide. Nearby are 2 whirlpool spas for you to enjoy.

The Paddock Pool has a massive146-foot-long waterslide that you can slide down from atop a water tower. This pool also has a zero-depth entry and a nearby horseshoe-shaped whirlpool spa. Nearby is The Paddock Grill. Open from7:30am – 9pm, this quick-service dining option has quick and delicious bites such as sandwiches, cheeseburgers, fish, and more.

Three leisure pools are located at the Treehouse Villas, Congress Park, and The Grandstand and they each have their own whirlpool spa.

Saratoga Springs is home to endlessactivities such as movies under the stars, campfire activities, bike rentals, fishing, golfing, and a community hall where you can play ping-pong, foosball, rent DVDs, board games, and more!

Senses – A Disney Spa at Saratoga Springs
Senses is a full service spa and health club where you can relax and rejuvenate your mind and body in a calming environment that draws inspiration from the American countryside. Some of their spa services include massage therapies, facial treatments, body therapies and wraps, and more!

A 24-hour fitness center is also available for you to keep fit even while on vacation.

Dining
The Turf Club Bar & Grill is nestled alongside the Lake Buena Vista Golf Course and is the perfect place to enjoy a meal after a round of golf or a day at the parks. This dimly-lit, sophisticated restaurant surrounds you with vintage equestrian memorabilia and a beautiful view of the golf course and Disney Springs. Here you can enjoy a cocktail and a round of pool in their lounge before your hearty meal of American classics like prime rib or oven-roasted lamb.

The Artist’s Palette Restaurant is a quick-service restaurant open from 7am – 11pm where you can grab breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Featuring grourmet sandwiches, soups, salads, and grab ‘n’ go items, be sure to stop by any time of the day for mouth-watering meal.

The Backstretch Pool Bar serves up refreshing beverages, non-alcoholic and alcoholic, and a selection of poolside snacks and sandwiches from 12:30pm – 6pm.

Transportation
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs. You can also get to Disney Springs from the water taxi. One boat launch is located by the Treehouse Villas and the second is near The Turf Club Bar and Grill.

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa takes you back to the charming Victorian age of New York. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are your concierge to the magic and much more!

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

Do dinner and a show ’50s-style at this drive-in “theater,” featuring all-American cuisine and sci-fi movie clips. Quite possibly the coolest restaurant at Walt Disney World, Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater is one place you and your family can’t miss out on.

Your car hop will take you to your car-shaped booth or table where you’ll get a perfect view of the screen that airs vintage and scary clips of aliens, mummies, robots, and even Walt Disney, himself! Take in all around you at your fellow drive-in diners, vintage memorabilia, and the twinkling stars above and you know you’ll be back before you even place your order.

For those 21 and older, you have plenty of drink options from beer, wine, sangria, and cosmic concoctions like the Magical Star Cocktail, Long Island Lunar Tea, or the Godiva Chocolate Martini which is made with Godiva Chocolate Liqueur and Stoli Vanil Vodka.

Start your dinner with an appetizer like their fried dill pickles or crispy onion rings before moving on to your entree. Choose from seemingly endless choices that include multiple burger, pasta, and sandwich options including the Southern burger topped with a fried green tomato, blackened shrimp pasta in a four-cheese sauce, or the tasty vegetarian falafel burger on a brioche bun.

Just like ending a Marvel movie with the sneak peek after all the credits, hang around for dessert and try the house-made Sci-Fi candy bar, turtle cheesecake, or the classic hot fudge sundae.

Disney’s Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater is located at Hollywood Studios. You can get there by the complimentary bus system, water taxis, or you can park your car. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Picture a family vacation where you can stay and play in the fun-filled worlds of Finding Nemo, Cars, The Lion King and The Little Mermaid. Share the adventure of a story-inspired room, and have a blast in their 3 themed pools. The kids can get their game on in the arcade, and when the day draws to a close, you can all kick back together watching movies under the stars.

Recreation
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is home to 3 pools that are themed after a few of the best Disney animated movies. The Big Blue Pool is a zero-entry pool is based on Finding Nemo and it’s the largest pool in all of Walt Disney World! At this pool you can find Nemo, Crush, and jellyfish all around you.

The Cozy Cone Pool is inspired by Cars and home to cone-shaped cabanas around the pool for a relaxing spot to get out of the sun. Your favorite characters from the movie like Doc, Sally, Mater and McQueen surround the pool.

The Flippin’ Fins Pool is a massive 103,654-gallon pool inspired by The Little Mermaid and features the “Under the Sea Orchestra” conducted by Sebastian himself! With these 3 pools, you and your family can spend a whole day having fun in the sun!

More activities at Art of Animation include movies under the stars, a 1.38-mile jogging trail, surrey bike rentals, fishing, the Pixel Play Arcade, and a playground for little ones.

Dining
Landscape of Flavors is a quick-service restaurant serving quick and delicious bites from 6am – 12am. Here you can grab something for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and every craving you may have in between at one of their 5 distinctive food shops.

The Drop Off Pool Bar is the perfect place to grab cocktails, beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks when you’re spending a day by any of the pools at this resort.

Transportation
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is one of the most colorful and fun-filled resorts at Walt Disney World, and you’ll feel like you’re right in the animated classics we all love so much. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are your concierge to the magic and much more!

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Experience the unforgettable fads of the 1950s through the 1990s all over again. From yo-yos and Play-Doh® to Rubik’s Cube® and rollerblades, this Resort hotel salutes the timeless fashions, catch phrases, toys and dances that captivated the world through the decades.

Recreation 
At Disney’s Pop Century Resort, there are three pools each themed after three unforgettable decades. The Hippy Dippy Pool is over 235,613 gallons and celebrates the 1960s. It’s home to flower-shaped water jets and will be sure to keep you entertained all day! The Bowling Pool is themed after the 1950s and is shaped like a bowling pin, while the Computer Pool is a 1990s themed pool that includes a giant floppy disk and keypad.

Other fun-filled activities at Pop Century include the Fast Forward Arcade, movies under the stars, surrey bike rentals, nearby playgrounds, and fishing.

Dining
Everything POP Shopping & Dining has endless options for you and your family. Open from 6am – 12am, this quick-service restaurant features 7 stations: grab ‘n’ go items, grilled fare, pizza, pasta, sandwiches, healthy choices, and home-cooked cuisine. Stop here before or after a long day at the parks for breakfast options, flatbreads, homemade desserts and more.

Petals Pool Bar is a groovy bar by the Hippy Dippy Pool where you can try house specialties like the Banana Cabana or Big Island Iced Tea. Cocktails, draft beer, sangria, and wine are also available – and not to mention the ping-pong table!

Transportation
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

Staying at Disney’s Pop Century Resort is more than just a fad thanks to its colorful atmosphere and endless fun! For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are your concierge to the magic and much more!

Splitsville Dining Room

Rock n roll is all around you at this vintage, retro-style bowling alley that gives a fresh spin on dining, music, and entertainment. Whether you want to bowl before or after your meal, this indoor-outdoor restaurant spans two floors, has five bars, a billiards area, and 30 bowling lanes – and there’s often live music!

Open from 10:30am – 1am, Splitsville is 50,000 square-feet of pure fun. With a seemingly endless menu, there is something for even the pickiest of eaters. From burgers to fresh-rolled sushi, hand-tossed pizzas, and veggie bowls, everyone will be pleased.

Start your meal with amped-up bowling alley classics like loaded fries, macho nachos, and cheeseburger sliders. For those who have to eat gluten free, there is no shortage of choices! Grilled salmon with mango chutney, ahi tuna, spicy veggie bowl, and the fiesta chicken bowl are just a few of your many options.

Save room for dessert so you can enjoy a Ghiradelli brownie a la mode, root beer float, or the super sundae, and you will surely be ready for a nap after a few rounds of bowling!

You can get to Disney Springs by the complimentary bus system, or you can park your car. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

Get in the game at this Resort hotel that salutes the world of competitive sports, including baseball, basketball, football, surfing and tennis. Go the distance and don’t be afraid to celebrate your inner fan amid sporty decor starring some of your favorite Disney characters.

Recreation
At Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, you and your family can hang 10 by Surfboard Bay Pool: a 242,471-gallon swimming pool with 3-story colorful surfboards lining the pool area. The Grand Slam Pool is shaped like a baseball diamond, and you can find Goofy at the pitcher’s mound spewing a stream of water at all the swimmers. There is also a kiddie pool adjacent to Surfboard Bay Pool perfect the young ones.

This resort also features a playground, movies under the stars, a jogging trail, and Game Point Arcade where you can challenge your family members to video and pinball games.

Dining
End Zone Food Court has everything you’d ever want from burgers, pizza, hot dogs, smoothies, create-your-own-pasta, and more! Open from 6:30am – 12am, this place is your go-to for a pre-park breakfast, midnight snacks, and everything in between.

Located near Surfboard Bay Pool is Grandstand Spirits, a pool bar serving specialty cocktails, frozen drinks, draft beer, sangria, and wine. Grab a drink here and lounge the day away!

Transportation
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

Stay at Disney’s All-Star Sports, and your family will surely think this resort is a home run. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are your concierge to the magic and much more!

Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort

Scouting the perfect location for your family vacation? Here, larger-than-life characters from Toy Story, Fantasia, and 101 Dalmatians are just the beginning of the “Gee!”-rated excitement. Little ones can have epic fun at the kiddie pool or swing into action at the playground. And the kid-friendly food court is just the ticket at meal time.

Recreation
There are two pools at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort: the Fantasia Pool and the Duck Pond Pool. The Fantasia Pool is inspired by the Disney classic Fantasia, and you can find Sorcerer Mickey spraying water! Nearby is a kiddie pool and a water play area for little ones.

The Duck Pond Pool is based on The Mighty Ducks movies, and you’ll notice it resembles a hockey rink. This 105,438-gallon pool is perfect for lounging around and catching some rays. Also at this resort, you can find the Reel Fun Arcade, a jogging trail, a playground, and complimentary movies under the stars.

Dining
World Premiere Food Court is a quick-service dining option open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With 5 stations, this is the perfect place to grab a meal before and after a long day at the parks! Enjoy all-American classics like pizza, pasta, bakery items, and ice cream until 12am.

Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar is your go-to for poolside cocktails. Open from 12pm – 12am, you can sit at the bar and enjoy draft beers, specialty cocktails, sangria, and wine.

Transportation:
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

Rock out at this resort where music is literally all around you! For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are your concierge to the magic and much more!

Paddlefish at Disney Springs

When you’re at Disney Springs, there’s no way you can overlook this iconic and modern steamboat that’s anchored on Lake Buena Vista. This restaurant serves fresh seafood and savory steaks as well as Floridian classics you won’t want to miss out on.

Paddlefish serves lunch and dinner in the main restaurant daily from 11:30am – 11:00pm. There is also a lounge on the third deck called Sunset Rooftop where you can enjoy shareable options such as Maine muscles, fried green tomatoes, and tableside lobster guacamole made right in front of you. After 9:30pm, the lounge offers late night appetizers. Signature cocktails, wine, and beer are always available.

Start your dinner with an appetizer like their Point Judith calamari, crab fries, or a soup or salad. Their extensive menu options include king crab from Dutch Harbor, Alaska, fish and chips, jambalaya, New York Strip, a low country boil, and much more.

Save room for dessert so you can enjoy a classic strawberry shortcake, doughnuts and coffee, or the Floridian classic: Key Lime Pie.

You can get to Disney Springs by the complimentary bus system, or you can park your car. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Let the rhythm move you at this resort that pays homage to some of the world’s most popular music genres including country, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, calypso, and Broadway-style show tunes. Large-sized, music-inspired icons outside and subtle song-and dance surprises inside provide a harmonious setting for music lovers of all ages.

Recreation
There are two pools at Disney’s All-Star Music: the Calypso Pool and the Piano Pool. The Calypso Pool is home to the Three Caballeros who stand in the center of this 251,418-gallon, guitar-shaped pool. Watch out because this fountain shoots water at nearby swimmers! The Piano Pool is a grand piano-shaped leisure pool making it the perfect place to unwind and catch some sun.

This resort features also a jogging trail, a playground for little ones, and an arcade. On select nights, you and your family can end a long day with a complimentary movie under the stars

Intermission Food Court
This quick-service restaurant opens at 6:30am and closes at 12am, making it the perfect place to grab some breakfast before hitting the parks and indulging in a late-night snack after a long day. Grab ‘n’ go items such as burgers, pizza, nachos, desserts, and more are available. In-room pizza delivery is also available from 6pm – 1am.

Singing Spirits Pool Bar
Enjoy an array of specialty cocktails, draft beers, sangria, and wine at this poolside bar that’s open from noon-12am.

Transportation:
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

Rock out at this resort where music is literally all around you!. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are you concierge to the magic and much more!

Yachtsman Steakhouse

Mouthwatering cuisine awaits at Yachtsman Steakhouse, located at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Walk into this New England-style steakhouse and notice the airy dining room surrounded by New England nautical decor before enjoying their selection of premium steaks and seafood.

Yachtsman Steakhouse only serves dinner, so if you’re a fan of steaks and seafood, this restaurant should be at the top of your list. High-quality, grain-fed beef is their specialty here. Their beef is aged in-house and prepared on an oak-fired grill in the open kitchen, letting you get a great view on all the action.

Start your meal with one of their appetizers such as Maine lobster bisque or Caesar salad with shaved parmigiano, and then delight your taste buds with prime New York strip steak with peppercorn-brandy sauce, pan-roasted chicken, or their “catch of the day.” And you certainly don’t want to miss out on their truffle mac-and-cheese. Pair your meal with one of the wines from their extensive wine list.

Be sure to save room for dessert and enjoy their signature Yachtsman Sundae, crème brûlée, or their peanut butter and pretzel gianduja cake!

You can get to Disney’s Yacht Club by the complimentary monorail and bus system, or you can valet your car. There is a recommended dress code and reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Relive the romance of Spanish Colonial Mexico at this enchanting Resort hotel. Find your mythical city of gold in a Southwestern-themed haven—from brightly colored casitas to rustic ranchos. Each unique accommodation provides its own unforgettable escape… and a welcoming home away from home.

Recreation:
The Dig Site at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is a sprawling pool complex with plenty to do for all ages. It features the largest hot tub at Walt Disney World, seasonal pool activities, a volleyball court, the Iguana Arcade, a kiddie pool, and Siesta’s pool bar. Not to mention the Lost City of Cibola Pool that has a 123-foot-long waterslide and is centered around a 50-foot pyramid.

There are also three leisure pools located at each settlement – the Casitas, Ranchos, and Cabanas where you can enjoy a tranquil pool day.

Campfires and movies under the stars poolside are a great way to spend some quality family time after a day at the parks. There are bike rentals available as well as a jogging trail, a playground for little ones, and the Iguana Arcade has video games, air hockey, and more.

Dining:
There are three quick-service restaurants at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort: Cafe Rix, Pepper Market, and Siesta’s Cantina. Cafe Rix and Pepper Market are open early in the morning through the late night where you can grab pastries, fruit, salads, traditional Mexican fare, and much more! Siesta’s Cantina has all the snacks and drinks you’ll want to enjoy poolside.

Las Ventanas is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner serving classic American food such as mahi mahi sandwiches, their signature crab cakes, and slow-roasted prime rib for dinner.

You won’t want to miss Maya Grill where there’s something savory or sweet for every palate. This restaurant is only open for dinner and serves traditional Mexican and American creations. Finish your dinner off with their coconut flan, mango sorbet, or a sampling of their dessert shots.

Both the Laguna Bar and Rix Lounge serve specialty cocktails until the late evening. Laguna Bar is a breezy lakeside spot, while the Rix Lounge offers a more upscale, vibrant nightlife atmosphere.

Transportation:
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the resort to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

This resort is a wonderful escape to Spanish Colonial Mexico – Disney style. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are you concierge to the magic and much more!

The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

Nestled on 750 acres of pine and cypress forest, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground evokes the timeless beauty of the American frontier. Teeming with such wildlife as deer, ducks, armadillos and rabbits, the Resort welcomes you to delight in scenic woodland trails, exciting pool areas, rootin’ tootin’ entertainment and hearty country eats.

Recreation
At the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, there are two pools to enjoy: Meadow Swimmin’ Pool and Wilderness Swimmin’ Pool. The Meadow pool features a 67-foot-long corkscrew waterslide, a whirlpool spa, and a nearby water play area for young ones. The Wilderness pool is a quiet retreat where all ages to enjoy a relaxing swim.

If you and your family are looking for fun outdoor activities everyone will enjoy, this place has it all! A 90-minute archery experience is offered where you train like an archer and learn everything you need to know before taking your aim with your bow and arrows!

Tri-Circle-D Ranch
Animal lovers of all kind will love spending time at this ranch where you can stroll through the stables, meet the horses of Main Street, U.S.A., and watch the blacksmith make horseshoes and affix them onto horses’ hooves. Pony rides, horseback trail rides, wagon rides, and carriage rides are all available!

Motorized boat rentals, canoe & kayak rentals, fishing, basketball, and volleyball are just a few of the other activities available at the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort.

Dining
This Resort has two quick-services dining options: P & J’s Southern Takeout and Meadow Snack Bar, making grabbing a quick bite before hitting the parks or enjoying a snack by the pool as easy as it gets.

Trail’s End Restaurant is a casual dining restaurant serving breakfast and dinner buffets daily.

There are two dinner shows at this Resort: Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue and Mickey’s Backyard BBQ. Whichever you choose to dine at (or both!) you and your family will be laughing, singing, and dancing while enjoying a finger-lickin’ good feast!

Transportation
Disney’s complimentary bus system is available to take you from the cabins and campsites to the Settlement for dinner shows, groceries, swimming, and all the activities available. The buses will also take you to all the theme parks, water parks, and Disney Springs.

Experience the enchanting rustic beauty and southern hospitality of the bayou at this picturesque Disney Resort hotel. For more information about this resort and booking your next Disney vacation, visit us online today! We are you concierge to the magic and much more!

California Grill

Savory Pacific Coast cooking with a view of Cinderella’s Castle? That’s what you get after taking the private elevator up to the 15th floor at Disney’s Contemporary Resort! California Grill is an award-winning restaurant that combines fresh, seasonal ingredients with the melting-pot culture of California.

The menu at California Grill changes seasonally and may include specialties such as handmade Sonoma goat cheese ravioli, Florida swordfish, and oak-fired filet of beef. Famous for their mouthwatering sushi and brick oven-fired flatbreads, you can’t possibly make a bad decision with whatever you order.

Brunch at the Top
Although dinner is the only meal served at California Grill, the restaurant is open for brunch on Sundays. Enjoy live musical entertainment and complimentary mimosas throughout brunch. Treat yourself to a menu of charcuterie, sushi, and seasonal brunch dishes that are made from the freshest ingredients. To pair perfectly with your meal is a Bloody Mary bar, cocktails, craft brews, and an extensive list of wines.

California Grill Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy pre and post-dinner drinks in this first-come, first-served style seating. Stay a little longer for one of the best views of the fireworks at Magic Kingdom from the lounge or the outside observation deck!

You can get to Disney’s Contemporary Resort by the complimentary monorail and bus system, or you can valet your car. There is a recommended dress code and reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days in advance.

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