Walt Disney World, Orlando

Huge resorts aren’t known for gourmet dining, but during a recent visit to Walt Disney World, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and beverage.

If you want to treat a group of up to 30 with an out-of-the-box culinary experience, consider setting up a chef’s table in the banquet kitchen. I sat on a high director’s chair at the stainless steel sauté counter and chatted with the chef as he prepared our exquisite two-course meal, beginning with grilled sea scallops with

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