Looking for a romantic place in Disneyland to gaze into your partner’s eyes? What says “Love” more than food! Disney Parks are fantastic when it comes to dining locations, so why wouldn’t they use their magic to flourish in romance? Here are some of my top favorite locations to dine with your honey – and have a memorable experience while doing so!
1. Jolly Holiday Bakery Café, Disneyland
Take your sweetheart someplace… sweet! Okay, that was a little corny – but Jolly Holiday has a great theme and delicate pastries to choose from. Whether you’re a Mary Poppins fan or not, picking out some delicious desserts together is something that would make anyone’s Holiday Jolly.
2. Carthay Circle Restaurant, Disney California Adventure Park
The lighting and the ceilings are amazing – and the food is not an exception. This restaurant transports you to a 1920’s theater with a modern menu. Disneyland’s website says that the cuisine is inspired by the produce available in California seasonally. There is also a lounge to grab some specialized cocktails into prep yourself for your delicious meal.
3. Napa Rose, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
If you and your partner are looking for an adventure, Napa Rose will take you there. Enjoy everything from Frog Legs to Stuffed Quail and go on a unique culinary experience together without ever leaving the table!
4. Blue Bayou Restaurant, Disneyland
Need to get away… whilst already away? Blue Bayou has the best parts of New Orleans – especially with food and atmosphere. Their entrees have something for everyone and if you’re not a seafood fan, Blue Bayou has plenty of options whilst staying in theme. An additional bonus – and major highlight is that the ride is in the midst of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. So eat up me hearties – yo ho!
5. Lamplight Lounge, Disney California Adventure Park
Snacking around the park may not leave you hungry for a big meal, but a great place to dip in for a bite and a cocktail is the Lamplight Lounge. There are two floors with fantastic views of Paradise Bay. With all the running around you’ll be doing during the day – it’s nice to have a place to get away with your love and watch the sunset.
6. Wine Country Trattoria, Disney California Adventure Park
There’s something about Italy and romance, and California Adventure has managed to bring everything wonderful about the two to Anaheim. With the great pasta selection and ambiance, you’re on your way to a Bella Note.
One of the best things about Disneyland is that people make their own memories. Some have to go to the Wishing Well to drop a penny in, and to some, it isn’t a trip without going up the Swiss Family Robinson Tree House. A romantic evening can consist of a restaurant with the best themes, the most delicious foods, and the right music – or can consist of grabbing a Corn Dog and walking down Pixar Pier. There is no formula to a romantic meal – but Disney is there to help no matter what your preference.
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