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Any good restaurants outside of Disney World?

My group will be spending two full days at Disney World and we're looking into food options for the night before and the morning/afternoon after.  Does anyone know of any good places?  We're looking for two types of places -- adult-friendly (good restaurants/bars/lounges for the night before) and kid-friendly.  Thanks!

4 Answers

top answer by
Andrew from Minneapolis

Ravenous Pig is a great gastropub for a nice dinner and Redlight, Redlight is a local fave for beer. 

Winter Park Farmers Market is a great place to check out with the kids. It's housed in an old train depot. Great way to spend a Saturday morning with a coffee and some people watching. For another fun thing for the kids, head to Jeremiah's Italian Ice for one of their 40 flavors of Italian ice.

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  2. Redlight, Redlight (attraction)
  3. Winter Park Farmers Market (attraction)
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answered by
Ayesha from Buffalo (New York)

Adults dinner: Bosphorous restuarant in Winter Park (Florida)Ceviche House.

Kids: Sweet! By Good Golly Miss Holly by UCF campus. There's a California Pizza Kitchen next to it and some other chain places in the plaza that are kid-friendly.

Brunch: KeKe's Breakfast Cafe. It's an Orlando upscale diner chain and I can't even begin to describe how much I adore it.

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  2. Ceviche House (restaurant)
  3. Sweet! By Good Golly Miss Holly (restaurant)
  4. California Pizza Kitchen (restaurant)
  5. KeKe's Breakfast Cafe (restaurant)
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answered by
Sherri from United States

Downtown Disney is the place to go for both adults and kids (day/night entertainmnt).  There you will find restaurants, attractions, bars, entertainment, as well as a movie theater.   

Downtown Disney is located within the Walt Disney World Resort area. It's within easy walking distance of many of the WDW resorts and if you are staying outside of the area, they offer complimentary parking.

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answered by
Annemarie from New York City

If you don't mind staying inside the resort, Ohana is really fantastic, all decked-out in flowers and ukeleles and walking sticks of meat. Of course, it's inside Disney's Polynesian Resort but you don't need a park ticket to get in and it's easy for kids since you eat what you want. Two other amazing resort restaurants: Jiko - The Cooking Place at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge and Artist Point at Disney's Wilderness Lodge. Both high-end with amazing wine and spirits, but Jiko is quick and the African theme pleases older kids who can sit and be served, and Artist's Point is for adults who want to spend a little and enjoy a quiet, very un-Disney night.

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  1. Ohana (restaurant)
  2. Disney's Polynesian Resort (hotel)
  3. Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge (hotel)
  4. Disney's Wilderness Lodge (hotel)
  5. Jiko - The Cooking Place (restaurant)
  6. Artist Point (restaurant)
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