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Coral Reef Restaurant at Epcot in Walt Disney World


At Coral Reef Restaurant, watch fish, sharks, turtles, rays and maybe even a scuba-diving Mickey swim in The Seas with Nemo & Friends aquarium while you enjoy your meal “under the sea”. The aquarium wall features 8 foot high windows with incredible views of the living coral reef. Seating is tiered which assures everyone is able to see this aquatic display. The interior is decorated in soothing shades of blue and green which enhance the underwater effect. In addition to freshly prepared seafood, meat, chicken and vegetarian selections are offered. Reservations at The Coral Reef are highly recommended—and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit.

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Be Our Guest Ballroom by Brandon Hardy

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The Sun Sets on Be Our Guest by Matthew Cooper

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Be Our Guest at the End of the Day by Matthew Cooper

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Lunch at Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant located in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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The Crystal Palace at Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World

The Crystal Palace at Walt Disney World is a buffet style restaurant in Magic Kingdom which offers character meals with Winnie the Pooh and his Hundred-Acre Wood friends. Inspired by Victorian greenhouses of the late 1800s and the original Crystal Palace, a cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London, England, to house the Great Exhibition of 1851, the restaurant is full of sunlight and greenery.  This restaurant offer breakfast, lunch and dinner and reservations are highly recommended.

This Day in Disney History

November 14, 2007:  The new Yak and Yeti Restaurant opens near the base of Mt. Everest at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

This sit down restaurant is in the Asia section of the park and has some notably good Asian cuisine. With a distinct lack of full service restaurants and Animal Kingdom, Yak and Yeti was definitely a welcome addition!

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Tusker House Restaurant in Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World 

The Tuskar House is a buffet style restaurant located in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. At this colorful Harambe marketplace eatery, you’ll find a family-focused buffet brimming with African and American flavors. For breakfast and lunch you can experience a character meal at Donald’s Dining Safari. For the dinner buffet enjoy dishes such as vegetable samosas, potato wedges, curried rice salad, pearl couscous, tabbouleh and rotisserie chicken. Guests 21 years of age and older can also enjoy a selection of African wines and beer. Reservations are recommended.