Top 10 Resturants for Adult Dining

Disney Questions recently posted their top 10 signature restaurants at Walt Disney World. As I have stated in my past posts, The Mature Mouse appreciates fine dining experiences away from families on vacation. Someday, when I finally have the opportunity to introduce my grandchildren to Disney, I’ll look for those family-friendly dining experiences. 

Top 10 Resturants for Adult Dining

Top 10 Places to Dine Without Kids at Walt Disney World

As an extension of Chapter 7, which recounted my fine-dining experience at the California Grill, I have been reposting related information from various sources. This post from offers information regarding their top 10 restaurants at Walt Disney World designed more for adult guests. Although I enjoy the various family oriented, Disney themed restaurants, The Mature Mouse appreciates the occasional fine-dining experiences.

Disney Questions: Top 10 Places to Dine Without Kids at Walt Disney World


A Snacking Guide To World Showcase

Snacking around World Showcase is a must do for The Mature Mouse. Where else could you sample the cuisine and culture of eleven countries, but in Disney’s Epcot?

Wandering In Disney

World Showcase is one of Walt Disney World’s greatest achievements.  The amount of culture and detail crammed into the eleven different pavilions is astounding (even if Frozen is on the verge of invading).  While exploring some of these wonderful pavilions, a guest gets hungry.  Very hungry.  Lucky enough, World Showcase is known for its food.  A modern-day craze (or at least it’s a fad in my head) known as ‘Snacking Around The World’, where you get a snack at each country, is well-known to Disney foodies.  So, I’m going to share what snacks look the best from each country in today’s post.  Nothing is better than strolling alongside the lagoon with a treat in your hand so let’s begin our walk (and snacking) around the world.  The menus to each restaurant are linked.

Mexico – 

Starting in Mexico is great if you are looking for something a little more substantial…

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