Would you recommend a breakfast, lunch or dinner at Cinderella's castle? Which meal is the best value, best character experience, etc. I know each meal is a little different. We have reservations for lunch, but I'm wondering if dinner would be better.
- Asked by Kristy from WI on 2/8/2008
Hi Kristy, I would choose lunch for diners wishing to see Princesses at Cinderella's Royal Table.Your family will have your picture taken with Cinderella in the lobby before being escorted upstairs to dine. Later, you will be presented with this... read more
I will be taking my 2 1/2 daughter to Disney in about 6 weeks and would love to have dinner with Cinderella. We have reservations in the Castle. Is there anywhere else we could go without using 2 dinner allotments on the dining plan?
- Asked by joy from GA on 2/8/2008
Joy,I have good news for you. Another character dinner that I would suggest is at the 1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian for Cinderella's Happily Ever After dinner. This will only deduct one table service meal for each person dining.Cinderella... read more
Our 4th visit to Disney is this April (my girls are 4 and 7). I am on DDP but didn't secure a suitable time for Chef Mickey's dining (breakfast or dinner!) so I am looking for good alternatives with Mickey & Minnie. Suggestions?
- Asked by Christine from ON on 2/3/2008
First, keep checking back for a suitable time at Chef Mickey's as this is the only meal that I can think of where you would have the chance to see both Mickey and Minnie. I would keep calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463) to inquire about... read more
We will be visiting WDW the last week of April. We have dinner reservations at Cinderella's Royal Table. What are our chances of actually seeing Cinderella? I don't want to disappoint my 5 year old by making a promise I may not be able to keep.
- Asked by Sherry from AR on 2/7/2008
Hi Sherry,There are a few elements to this dining experience. First of all this is not a "meet and Greet" for the Dinner (but the Lunch and Breakfast is), which means that the characters don't frequently greet everyone... read more
We'll be visiting Disney April 9-13 with our 2 year old son. I enjoyed the Luau last time I was there, but is it possible for a 2 year old to sit through this? I'm going to try to schedule as many character meals as I can, which can you recommend?
- Asked by Michelle from NY on 2/7/2008
I have been to the Luau several times with my children. When my daughter was three she was terrified of the fire dancers there. And even at age five it was a bit of a long show for my girls. If I were you, I might put off doing the Luau with... read more