Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is Walt Disney World’s flagship resort offering a variety of meal choices from character dining to exceptional cuisine.
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1900 Park Fare
1900 Park Fare provides popular character dining experiences! At breakfast, guests are entertained by Mary Poppins and friends while the young and young-at heart feast on Mickey waffles. Dinner is a more stately affair hosted by Cinderella and Prince Charming.
Enchanted Rose Bar and Lounge is inspired by the live-action Beauty and the Beast film. Guests can indulge in gourmet bites and crafted cocktails while enjoying any one of four themed rooms.
Victoria & Albert’s
Victoria and Albert’s is a AAA Five Diamond Award winner offering an exclusive dining experience. This Signature Dining restaurant pampers guests with personalized menus, dedicated servers, and long-stemmed roses. A Chef’s Table is also available to those who’d like to experience the most exclusive dining experience in Disney World. Also, the Queen Victoria Room is available for a bit more privacy.
Narcoossee’s, another Signature Dining restaurant, specializes in seafood. This beautiful, Victorian-inspired building sits ashore of the Seven Seas Lagoon offering dramatic views of the Magic Kingdom fireworks.
Grand Floridian Cafe
Grand Floridian Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in an airy, casual setting. You’ll find American fare being served at your table overlooking the hotel’s elegant courtyard.
Gasparilla Island Grill
Gasparilla Island Grill is a counter service restaurant with a standard food court menu, and it is open for guests 24-hours a day. Dine outdoors overlooking the Marina (with a view of Cinderella Castle) when the weather permits.
Garden View Tea Room
Garden View Tea Room offers Afternoon Tea with delicious finger sandwiches, pastries, cheese and fruit. The beautiful view, elegant atmosphere, and fine china make this an exquisite experience.
Guests from other Resorts or the parks can access Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort by a walking path, boat, or the Monorail from Magic Kingdom, or by bus from any of the other three theme parks and Disney Springs.