Napa Rose review: Disney’s finest dining experience needs a dose of modern magic

The flagship restaurant of Disney's Grand Californian Hotel brings charm to fine dining, but it needs an update to capture California's magic.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 20, 2023
You’re considering a special-occasion meal while visiting Disneyland, and you’ve never been to Napa Rose in Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel. You learn, with not much surprise, that dinner slots at this pinnacle of the Disneyland Resort's...
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