Restaurant.com sells deeply discounted gift certificates to restaurants. From the website, you can choose your fave restaurants, select the gift certificates that you would like to buy, make your purchase, then print out the gift certificates right away! At the restaurant, present your certificate to the server.
For even greater savings, look for a promo code! Usually, patrons can purchase a $25 gift certificate for $10, but there are often significant discounts where certificates can be purchased for as little as $2!
Prior to purchasing, note any restrictions such as:
Minimum 2 entrees (not including children’s meals). 18% Gratuity added prior to discount. Not valid during Special Events. One certificate per table. Valid for Dinner Only.
Most certificates are good for one year, but pay attention to the terms.
UPDATE: Some of these restaurants may no longer be available. Be sure to look for other great Orlando-area restaurants on Restaurant.com!
Walt Disney World Restaurants Available on Restaurant.com
Il Mulino New York Trattoria
The Italian restaurant, Il Mulino, is located at the Walt Disney World Swan. Founded in New York City over two decades ago, Il Mulino serves fine, fresh food with warm hospitality. Parties of four or more can enjoy an optional family-style meal. Stop in Friday and Saturday evenings for live music!
Todd English’s bluezoo
bluezoo is Celebrity Chef Todd English’s signature restaurant at the Walt Disney World Dolphin resort. Winner of the AAA Four Diamond award, this restaurant highlights a menu of seafood and other innovative coastal cuisine. Architect Jeffrey Beers and renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly collaborated on the unique interior design. Celebrate your special occasion at the bluezoo!
This Dolphin resort restaurant is acclaimed for serving exquisite steaks. Shula’s serves generous portions within a dark atmosphere boasting Don Shula’s football memorabilia. This is a meat and seafood “man cave”!
Garden Grove Cafe
The Garden Grove is a casual restaurant nestled inside the WDW Swan resort. Bring your camera and autograph books for the nightly character meals in a beautiful park-like setting centered around an Oak tree. Themed buffet menus differ each evening.
Kimonos Sushi Bar
If you are looking for sushi, Kimonos received top marks by the Orlando Sentinel! It’s also a late-night crowd hot spot due to the karaoke sing-a-long. The restaurant has an intimate atmosphere highlighting colorful kimonos. Stop in for sushi and sake!
House of Blues — Available Occasionally
Situated in rustic building at the West Side of Downtown Disney, House of Blues serves up the sights and sounds of southern culture while highlighting southern cuisine. Live music and interesting folk art create a lively atmosphere that captures the attention of diners of all ages. Try the Gospel Brunch on Sundays!