We are headed to WDW in July for the first time. We have reservations for Cinderella's Royal Table, Chef Mickey, Playhouse Disney at Hollywood and Vine, and Askershus Storybook dining. Is there any other character dining you recommend? (4yo dd with us.)
- Asked by Courtney from TX on 2/25/2008
I am so excited for you. Your first visit to WDW is sure to be memorable.I think the places where you have secured Advance Dining Reservations are all wonderful choices. Your daughter will enjoy princesses at Cinderella’s Royal Table and at the... read more
I will be going to Disney in April with a 2 year old and a four year old. I wanted to have breakfast with Mickey and I would like to know which one is best suited for my age group, Mickey has to be present.
- Asked by TANYA from ON on 2/25/2008
Tanya,I would make a reservation for Chef Mickey's in the Contemporary Resort. It's a very fun and festive atmosphere that is great for kids. The meal is a buffet so it's easy to kid your children what they want, when they want it, and... read more
I want to take my kids to a dinner with Cinderella either at the castle or at 1900 Park Fare. Which characters are actually present or does it occasionally change? I would like to know who attends each dinner before I make a final decision. Thanks.
- Asked by Jennifer from MO on 2/22/2008
If you are looking to interact with the characters, you should consider 1900 Park Fare. Cinderella's Royal Table does not have any character interaction while you eat during dinner. You do get to meet Cinderella and will receive a... read more
Hi, I am making my first trip to WDW and I'm interested in dining with Mickey but he is all booked up while I'm there. I saw there was a BBQ with Mickey, can you tell me about it, or is it just at his restaurant?
- Asked by lynn from GA on 2/24/2008
Hi Lynn! Mickey's Backyard Barbeque is an outdoor, family styled buffet, dinner show. Along with American styled barbeque cuisine like ribs, chicken and corn on the cob, there is line dancing and a sing along. It's good fun and a great way to... read more
We are going to Disney World in September. My daughter will be 5 and I'm trying to decide between Cinderella's Grand Feast or Royal Table. What are the main differences between the two and which one will we possibly see the most characters/princesses?
- Asked by Amy from PA on 2/13/2008
For your 5-year old princess, I would recommend Cinderella’s Royal Table. When you enter for breakfast or lunch, you will be introduced to Cinderella. Your photograph will be taken and this memorable moment will be captured for you in a keepsake... read more