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Christmas dining at Disneyworld

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by Cinderella94, Mar 20, 2011.

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    This is a little unsure at the moment because we dont know if we can get there but we're hoping for a christmas at Disney with the mouse :yes:

    Im really worried, it'll be our first christmas away from home and I want to make sure that we make it as christmassy for the family as I possibly can.

    So my question to anyone who's been at christmas before is what Disney restaurants of any cost or location are most christmassy? Where's the atmosphere? What would you ideal christmas list of things to do be?

    I've planned the candelight processional already although not sure where to choose to eat yet. I dont know which park to be in for christmas day either

    How about Christmas eve and boxing day (26th) is there anything special in Disney on those days?
     
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    The entire Christmas season is special throughout Disney. There are special events and the parks and resorts are decorated with beautiful trees, gingerbread creations and the like.

    Any signature restaurant will be nice. There is usually a special selection Christmas menu, or at least single choice on the regular menu. The best bet would be to choose the restaurant that seems the best to you on a given day, and then go there for Christmas.

    Many people like Artist Point in Wilderness Lodge for Christmas, but any resort is especially lovely during the time. :yes:

    Christmas Day in any park is going to be MASSIVELY crowded. Plan on being there early and you may want to plan on leaving early when it gets shoulder to shoulder. Almost always, MK will close due to capacity, and often the other parks do too (for at least a portion of the day).

    It's an incredible time, but heavily attended, so go knowing that and you won't be caught off guard.
     

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