Day number 2 of my celebration took place at Epcot. Since living in Florida I've become a certified scuba diver. The only place that I know of that patrons can watch you scuba dive-The Seas with Nemo and Friends. As the diver, you get into the tank and swim around with the fish, turtle, sting rays, and sharks! Pretty exciting. A dive master leads the group around the tank for a tour and make sure to smile and wave for the camera. After a brief tour you free to explore, wave to family and new friends on the other side of the glass. Also The Seas has a restaurant where you can watch the people eat or they are watching you swim in the tank.
After a fun dive-I was lucky enough to snag reservations at Le Cellier which is at Canada. When I made the reservations a few months back the person on the phone was so excited because it was their first time being able to make a reservation for this restaurant. Le Cellier is a steakhouse so make sure you bring your appetite.
Let's start with the appetizers we enjoyed: seared scallops, artisanal cheeses, and the famous cheddar cheese soup. I could have made my meal on these dishes alone. Plus they bring a warm bread basket with pretzel bread. I was in love with those!
Time for the main course-I had the "Le Cellier" Mushroom Filet Mignon. I love steak and this just hit the spot. My Dad grills a mean one, but sorry pops they had you beat. Nick had his favorite cut the Canadian "Prime" New York Strip and no complaints in that department either!
Do I have room to squeeze in dessert? I can always answer that question-YES! We decided to share something because we were pretty full. Everything else was so amazing I had to try the dessert. Decision made maple flavored creme brulee.
And ofcourse Disney used a touch of their magic to personalize it for me! What a great day at Epcot. My family got to watch me scuba dive and we enjoyed a delicious meal!