Sorry for all the questions...I can't fit them all in one submission! I have a tween and 2 teenage boys. Would love to do a fun dinner w/them but they don't want to eat with Mickey. Can you recommend a more grown up meal? Maybe with pirates or villans?
- Asked by Deanna from CT on 2/23/2008
Wow..no Mickey thats a tough one..I would recommend the Hoop Dee Doo Review or my personal favorite the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show. My teens love to go to the Rainforest Cafe and my boys love to go to ESPN Club. The Cape May Cafe had an... read more
My daughter will be a month shy of 4yrs old when we go. I saw that they have a little einstein and jo-jo character breakfast/lunch in hollywood studios. I was wondering if this is worth it? She saw the pictures on the computer and got excited!
- Asked by kate from CT on 2/22/2008
If your daughter is a fan of JoJo and the Little Einsteins, then I would highly recommend the Playhouse Disney character meal at Hollywood and Vine in Disney's Hollywood Studios. This particular meal probably skews the youngest of all the character... read more
We are traveling to WDW first week in June, with a large grooup 7 adults and 3 children, Girls are 5 and 2 and a boy age 2. What is the best character experience for a large group like ours, preferrably a meet and greet type atmosphere?
- Asked by Jodi from MN on 2/11/2008
All of the character meals have a "meet and greet type atmosphere." At every character dining experience at WDW, the characters will walk around to all the tables at the restaurant stopping to "chat" and posing for photographs. With a group like... read more
What is the biggest difference between CRT and 1900 Park Fare character dinner, besides eating in the castle? My daughter is only 2 and probably won't know the difference unless it is major. Love the panel!
- Asked by Ashley from GA on 2/22/2008
Hi Ashley!I can actually think of two big differences beyond the setting for dining at 1900 Park Fare and Cinderella's Royal Table. The first one is the dinner at the castle is a fixed plate dinner; that is, you will have several choices to make... read more
We would like to have a character breakfast or dinner with princesses. My daughter is afraid of characters with their faces covered when they are up close to her. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Heather from TX on 2/22/2008
There are two types of characters: costumed characters and "face"
characters. The costumed characters are Mickey, Pooh, Goofy, etc.,
basically the big fuzzy ones. Costumed characters do not speak. I have
on a few occasions had a costumed... read more