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Orlando Magical Dining 3-course prix fixe menu from $40 per person

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Is Orlando on your trip radar this summer or early autumn?

The annual Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining deal returns on August 18 and runs through October 1. Over 115 Orlando eateries will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu for $40 per person and a new upper-tier menu for $60 each.

The participating eateries span six main districts including Winter Park, Restaurant Row, Downtown and even all the way to Disney and Universal. Seven restaurants were recently recognized by the Michelin Guide, including Ava MediterrAegean ($60), Bacán ($60) and The Pinery ($40) — all new additions to Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining.

Returning for 2023 is Visit Orlando’s Magical Nights, with exclusive hotel and resort offers to extend the dining experience at participating hotel restaurants.

Just a few of the options include:

  • The Alfond Inn: includes Classic room accommodations, valet parking, Magical Dining dinner menu for two in Hamilton’s Kitchen, a bottle of chilled Champagne and use of Wi-Fi, fitness center and pool, from $329
  • Lake Nona Wave Hotel (Top 5 TripAdvisor Orlando Hotels)
  • Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek at 20% off select rooms

And, you can save up to 30% on stays at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin, located within walking distance of Epcot and Disney’s Boardwalk. Il Mulino New York Trattoria and Todd English’s bluezoo, both located on property, are participating in Magical Dining this year. Other resort amenities include Disney theme park transportation, 5 pools, 18 restaurants and lounges, the luxurious Mandara Spa and more. This resort grounds offer a nice vantage point for the nightly Epcot fireworks.

One dollar from every meal served ($2 for the $60 per person tier) will be donated to The Lifeboat Project, which raises awareness and resources to combat human trafficking.

Check out the full list of restaurants plus all the menus here.

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