The parks have hidden dining spaces
Disney is known for creating fully immersive experiences, and restaurants are definitely a part of that equation. Some even have hidden dining spaces that few people ever get to experience…unless you have a little bit of Disney magic, some luck, and this inside information, of course.
At Disneyland, there are two restaurants with hidden dining rooms. The first is "The Office" at Lamplight Lounge. The restaurant's theme is an old animation warehouse, and as with any warehouse, there has to be an office. You'll find it downstairs, through a hallway and a hidden door. You'll find the second secret Disneyland spot at Carthay Circle. To find the Terrace Lounge, which has its own private balcony, head to the back of the restaurant and go up a hidden staircase.
Over at Disney World, Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen has a private dining room behind a set of bookshelves. This space is dedicated to Disney's fictional Society of Explorers and Adventurers, and this story has been woven through multiple attractions, experiences, and restaurants throughout the Disney parks around the world.
To be able to dine in most of these spaces, you can request a table in the space once you arrive at the restaurant. The Office at Lamplight Lounge, however, is made for larger groups and special guests, and there's no real way to request this space. If you really want to shoot for the stars, try for a table at the hardest restaurant to get reservations for at Disney World.
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