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Valentine's day at WDW -- where to eat/be?


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  • Valentine's day at WDW -- where to eat/be?

    I will be spending Valentine's Day and a few days before at WDW with my wife of 20+ years. Vday also happens to be our anniversary. So where should we eat or be to make the day special?

    I know that eating at the fancy places is out (California Grill is totally reserved for that night -- I already checked). But are there out of the way places that others might not think that would be good for eating and celebrating?

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    Re: Valentine's day at WDW -- where to eat/be?

    I would skip WDW altogether and would take her to the Lakeside restaurant in downtown Orlando, by lake Eola. Most romantic place in town.


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