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Magic Kingdom -

Tony’s Town Square – Italian Cuisine – Lady and the Tramp theme…great atmosphere & food - our favorite...we never miss it!

Cinderella’s Royal Table – impossible to get for breakfast (it’s actually in the castle), but see if you can get in for dinner - it's all about the setting...eating the castle...gotta do it once!

 Epcot

Alfredo’s – Italy Pavillion – good Italian fare…very popular

Japan Pavilion – A lot of fun for the kids…Japanese steakhouse – sit around the table where they actually do the cooking – entertaining for the kidsCoral Reef (Living Seas) – seafood – the front wall of the restaurant is the aquarium and you can see the fish/sharks, etc in the water while you dine

Norway - Princess Breakfast - Great for the little girls (and boys too!)...6 princesses rotate the tables and sign autographs for the kids.

MGM Studios

Sci-Fi Diner / Restaurant – set up like a drive in movie theater, you actually sit in makeshift cars – huge movie screen in front showing film shorts/cartoons, a lot of fun for the kids

50’s Prime Time Café – 50’s setting – almost like an old 50’s diner…the waitresses are called “Mom”, waiters are usually “Cousins” – a lot of fun again, everyone there is treated as “Family” – wait staff is very funny, i.e. if you don’t finish your dinner, they’ll tell you “no dessert”, do “the airplane” with adults – cuisine is good, but if you’re looking for a “fancy” meal, this is not the place, this is more of the “experience” – tons of fun!

 

Animal Kingdom & Downtown Disney

Rainforest Café (both above have a location) – great atmosphere for the kids – like being in the rainforest

 

Downtown Disney

Fulton Crab House – On a “boat” – great seafood -  - more of an adult's night out (what's that???)

 

Wilderness Lodge

Whispering Canyon Café – dinner is either served family style or ala carte, and it’s great for the kids…kids get to ride stick ponies around the restaurant (parading), wait staff is very funny - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED - great find!

 

Grand Floridian

1900 Park Fare – buffet style Cinderella Dinner.  What a great experience, where the cast of Cinderella greets and signs autographs at each table

 

Polynesian

Ohana – if you can’t make it there for breakfast, see if you can go for dinner…great atmosphere, food

Fort Wilderness

Hoop Dee Doo Revue - dinner  & show...the kids LOVE IT!   You'll laugh your keester (is that a word?) off.    You can book this up to 2 YEARS in advance...book early or you won't get in.   The earlier you book, the better table you get!

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