Disney's Wilderness Lodge
$27-$48 (child $6-$11)
Setting and Atmosphere
Two-story-high paintings depict the landscape of the Pacific Northwest, and out the tall windows you'll see Disney's version of the Pacific Northwest: wildflowers, the lake, a waterfall off high rocks, and even an erupting geyser. Cast-iron chandeliers hold 12 lanterns with milk-glass panes; tables are made of heavy wood and engraved with animals native to the Northwest.
Roasted cedar-plank salmon, kettle-steamed Penn Cove mussels, smoky Portobello soup, and berry cobbler.
Dungeness crab cake, grilled buffalo strip loin, herb-roasted veal "tomahawk" chop, and house-made sweet-potato gnocchi with caper brown butter.
The cavernous dining room can feel a little sterile, but the food and friendly service warm up the place. The cedar-plank salmon is a must-try, but the buffalo short rib runs a close second in today's fat- and carb-conscious world. The restaurant offers a terrific all-Pacific Northwest wine list.
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Disney Dining Plan
|When to go||Anytime|
|Wine||All wines from Pacific Northwest|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 5:30-9:30 p.m.|