We are visiting Disney for the 1st time this June. I'm looking for recommendations on restaurants that don't require a park ticket since we'll be focusing on just 1 park this year - Magic Kingdom. Seems like most of the Character Dining is booked.
- Asked by SHIRLEY from PA on 5/10/2008
There are several character meals in the resorts that don't require park admission. Those in the Magic Kingdom area (since that's where you'll be touring) include Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary, O'hana at the Polynesian for breakfast, and 1900... read more
I LOVE this panel yall are such a BIG help!! I have a dinner adr at Artist Point(6:00) with the whole family DH, DS10, DS5!! I know this is a upscale restarant, Do children usually eat here? The lady on the phone said yes!I know they will eat the food!
- Asked by Jeannie from SC on 5/14/2008
Artist Point is definitely in my top three dining spots at WDW. I love the food. I love the wine. I love service. I love the atmosphere. It is elegant without being stuffy -- I feel completely relaxed and pampered here.And to answer your question,... read more
Hello. First WDW vacation. Not sure how much we will eat so we are not doing the dining plan the first trip. How much money should I expect to bring to pay for our meals? We'll do about two character meals,some table and mostly counter service meals.Thanks
- Asked by Natalia from NY on 5/13/2008
Without knowing how long you're staying, how many adults, how many children there are in your party, and whether you have pasta taste or steak taste, I can't really give you any budget numbers. But I can give you some tools to figure it out... read more
What are the best family places to eat outside of the park so we could see the fireworks at Magic Kingdom?
- Asked by Tammie from VA on 5/12/2008
I would choose the California Grill for the best viewing of the Magic Kingdom. However you can also capture some of the fireworks from Narcoossee's at the Grand Floridian and 'Ohana's at the Polynesian. These restaurants all welcome... read more
Can you recommend a special dining place for Christmas Day 2008?
- Asked by Ron from Scotland on 5/2/2008
I would recommend the Artist Point at the Wilderness Lodge. This is a great choice whether you'll be taking a break from the parks or if you are spending the day at your resort. Arrive via boat for an adventurous journey. The holiday decorations at... read more