Dolphin at Walt Disney World
$28-$60 (child $10-$16)
Setting and Atmosphere
The dreamy dining room is swathed in blues with iridescent bubbles suspended from the lights. The name is courtesy of chef Todd English's young son, who saw an under-the-sea movie and said it looked like a "blue zoo." Open kitchen, raw bar, and "dancing fish" on a circular rotisserie.
Clam chowder, grilled fish, 2-pound Maine lobster, dry-aged beef
Buttermilk-brined chicken, shake-and-bake fries.
Celebrity chef Todd English opened this stylish Florida outpost, frequented by conventioneers who don't mind the high prices ($2.75 for a single oyster, $60 for the 2-pound lobster) or the expensive wine list. Food is sophisticated, but you can make a meal of the simple bowl of clam chowder with salt-cured bacon and the roasted-beet salad with greens, goat-cheese fondue,and walnut vinaigrette.
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Disney Dining Plan
Does not participate
|When to go||Anytime|
|Parking||Valet ($12) or self park ($9)|
|Dinner Hours||Daily, 5-11 p.m.|