Cinderella’s Royal Table, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom
Many adults adore fireworks, but nothing beats seeing the kids witness colorful magic in the skies above their heads. With that in mind, the best place to bring the little ones is Disney World, and there’s no better restaurant to see the park’s nightly fireworks than Cinderella’s Royal Table. Upon entering the two-story stone foyer, guests meet the lady herself before proceeding to the red-carpeted, winding staircase to the dining room of Cinderella's Royal Table. Surrounded by royal flags, huge chandeliers, and stained-glass windows that look out onto your "royal subjects" playing their day away in the Kingdom, guests can feast on pork belly confit, pan-seared scallops, gnocchi with roasted vegetables, and slow-roasted pork tenderloin. Kids’ options include beef tenderloin and chicken nuggets. As they dine, Disney princesses (and sometimes a prince or two) chat with each visiting family, and gifts can be added to each dinner package for an extra special experience. You’ll of course need to pay the park admission first. Also, dinner reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance — and you’ll need one.