Disney Bans Kids From Posh Restaurant
Walt Disney World might be the most popular spot to bring kids on vacation, but starting this week there is one place in the resort that will not be open to children. The Victoria & Albert's restaurant in the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, the theme park's only restaurant with an AAA five-diamond rating, is banning children under 10. The decision came after surveys showed that diners were looking for a more adult restaurant experience. Of course, Disney has 97 other full-service restaurants to choose from, but this is the one with the highest prices and the most elegant atmosphere. Prices start at $125 a person.