Steakhouse 71, Topolino’s & Toledo: Disney Dining Experience Review
In this podcast we offer not one, not two but three restaurant reviews. Opening on October 1st of this year was Steakhouse 71 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Formerly known as The Wave, this restaurant may well be one of the best ways you can celebrate Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary celebration. It is a traditional Seventies’ style restaurant, with plenty of memorabilia cherishing the creation and first decade of the Vacation Kingdom of the World.
Then we have a second experience on the other side of the Walt Disney World resort property. For a recent birthday celebration my wife and I visited Topolino’s Terrace, a restaurant I did a review on sometime earlier. This time we were seated against the window where we could enjoy Harmonious from the air. It was a far better experience than before.
But no dining experience of late was as impressive as Toledos-Tapas, Steaks and Seafood. Located high atop the tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs resort, not only did the setting set itself apart from all other dining experiences on Walt Disney World property, but so did the meal itself. It was impressive as I was joined by a team of six managers, visiting Walt Disney World to know more about leadership, agility and the future of customer service.
Join us as we come together to experience Steakhouse 71, Topolino’s and Toledo.
Here is an overview of the lobby for Disney’s Contemporary Hotel, leading up to Steakhouse 71.
And here’s a view of Steakhouse ’71 along with its decor.
Check out the more formal podcast and post for Topolino’s here. This is more than a review of my initial visit to the restaurant. It’s a conversation about guest expectations and how to manage those perceptions.
Toledo-Tapas, Steak & Seafood
The best of all three. Outstanding food. Outstanding views. Outstanding setting. Outstanding service.
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