We walk out the door near the Grand Floridian Cafe:
We had passed the feature pool at 4:06pm before stopping the clock to go inside. Now, we are turning left to walk toward Narcoossee’s, and will pass by the second pool at 4:07pm (this pool was actually the only pool at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort for many years – hard to believe!). There is a courtyard here with a fountain and seating.
We are walking straight toward Narcoossee’s (you can see a review I did of the restaurant last year here).
The Sugar Loaf building is on the left side – it is a concierge building, less expensive than the concierge in the main building.
Narcoossee’s is coming into view, behind the trees. The restaurant is right on the water, and is one of my favorites at Walt Disney World. Maine lobster is a specialty, but you don’t have to love seafood to dine here (I don’t). Narcoossee’s is a signature Walt Disney World restaurant, as is Citrico’s. If you love fine dining and casual sit-down restaurants, you can’t do better for variety than at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.
We arrive at Narcoossee’s at 4:09pm.