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MUST DO character meals...

Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by Mari, Apr 6, 2009.

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    Especially when traveling with young kids....
     
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    I think Chef Mickey's is a must. I love the breakfast buffet. It's a fun area.
     
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    Crystal Palace is a must as well with little ones :yes:
     
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    It totally depends on the child! What characters are the favorites? Also, don't expect the child to eat! :lol: They are too busy being awed at the characters. :D (Learned that with Max when we took him). :yes:
     
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    hahahaha... ok! no eating then!... we are used to that though... hahahaha


    Right now she LOVES Mickey... and barks every time she sees Pluto... hahaha...

    She also loves Pooh.... remember the birthday pics?

    Im not sure if she will be too young to be interested in the princesses ...
     
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    Hmmmm, sounds like you'll need two dinners or one dinner and one breakfast! :D Mickey, Pluto and Pooh and Friends should be easy enough to accomplish.

    Save the princesses for when she is older, eh? :unsure: If she's happy with the other characters now, go with that! :D
     
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    Chef Mickey's and Crystal Palace sound like great places to go considering what she likes.
     
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    Crystal Palace for dinner and Chef Mickey's for breakfast sounds good to me! :D
     
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    Just a thought - when Caitlin was 2 every time we met Mary Poppins she got lots of cuddles and kisses, we have a photo somewhere of Caitlin with a big kiss on her cheek courtesy of Mary poppins :D 1900 Park Fair breakfast might be one to consider :)
     
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    I dont know if you will be doing IOA but if you are the character breakfast there was brill, there was Spiderman, Thing 1 & 2 and Cat in the Hat. Thing 1 & 2 were fantastic with the kids and adults, had us in stitches. Also there was loads of character interaction which was fun. My brother ar wrestled Spiderman, and lost, ha ha
     
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    We've been to that one tinkinpink. Spiderman is one chatty super hero
     
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    Thanks for all the suggestions!

    We were considering

    Chef Mickeys
    Crystal Palace
    1900 Park Fare ... but for dinner... what the difference in characters from breakfast to dinner??

    I dont think we will leave WDW Tink... but I will definetly consider it for a trip when she is a bit older :)

    Lisa.. I hadnt even considered Mary Poppins ... :)
     
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    1900 PF...breakfast includes Alice, Mad Hatter and usually a couple of Pooh characters. I've heard Mary Poppins may be there.

    Dinner is Cinderella, Prince Charming, evil stepmother (Lady Tremaine) and the stepsisters (Druscilla and Anastasia). I've seen the Fairy Godmother there as well. The evil characters are a HOOT! They make the whole dinner worthwhile IMO.
     
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    they have the evil charactrers now?? WOW!

    When we went for dinne rit wa scinderella, Prince Charming and two of the mice.... oh! and the Fairygod mother was there... but in the waiting area....
     

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