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Old 04-25-2013, 07:41 PM   #1
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Quick!Help! Breakfast: Chef Mickey, 1900, or Cape May?

A breakfast for a three year old's birthday! Which one has the best food and character interaction? I've been to Chef Mickey's before we had a child. We've never been to 1900. Only have had dinner at Cape May.

What would be the best for our daughter's b'day?
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:44 PM   #2
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I have been to all 3 for breakfast and my favorite character breakfast in WDW is Chef Mickey's hands down. 1900 and Cape May are also good, but I just love the experience at Chef Mickey's and the buffet is one of the best on property! So many choices and the food is so good!
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I would throw Crystal Palace into the mix.
I love Pooh and Rigged, et al...
Decent food, great atmosphere. And if you go early, Empty MK
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:53 PM   #4
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I would throw Crystal Palace into the mix.
I love Pooh and Rigged, et al...
Decent food, great atmosphere. And if you go early, Empty MK
Unfortunately this meal is for a Sat, and we are Fl AP weekday pass holders, so we can't do a park on the weekends.
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A breakfast for a three year old's birthday! Which one has the best food and character interaction? I've been to Chef Mickey's before we had a child. We've never been to 1900. Only have had dinner at Cape May.

What would be the best for our daughter's b'day?
We've been to all 3 (1900 PF twice, Chef Mickeys and Cape May many times), with Cape May being our favorite and a must do for us every trip. Depending on what you're looking for, my choice would be either Chef Mickeys or Cape May. We love Cape May as it's not as loud as Chef Mickeys and the characters are dressed in beach wear, but if you are looking for a more active atmosphere, Chef Mickeys would be the way to go. Both are good food, IMO, with Chef Mickeys being loud and active and Cape May a little more low key (but still good character interaction). Good luck deciding, although I'm sure your daughter would love any of them .
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Breakfast

Even though I have never been to any of these restaurants for breakfast, I have been to Chef Mickey's and 1900 but if you want more interaction, I would definitely go to Chef Mickey's!
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Id normally recommend cape may because the food and atmosphere is better...but for a 3 yr old maybe chef mickeys is best. She will see more characters. Perfect for a birthday!
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A breakfast for a three year old's birthday! Which one has the best food and character interaction? I've been to Chef Mickey's before we had a child. We've never been to 1900. Only have had dinner at Cape May.

What would be the best for our daughter's b'day?
Breakfast at the Castle with princesses would be my vote for a 3 yr old girl's birthday...but I'd chose Cape May.

Chef M is hit or miss (it was a big disappointing "miss" for my dd's 10th bday and haven't gone back since because of it). Cape May is much more laid back than CM. Depends on your dd's personality as well. (OT-we must be close neighbors)
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:46 PM   #9
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Breakfast at the Castle with princesses would be my vote for a 3 yr old girl's birthday...but I'd chose Cape May.

Chef M is hit or miss (it was a big disappointing "miss" for my dd's 10th bday and haven't gone back since because of it). Cape May is much more laid back than CM. Depends on your dd's personality as well. (OT-we must be close neighbors)
We are very close neighbors. I'm due east of you!!
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Hard to go wrong with CM's for character interaction and good variety for a child! Happy birthday to your DD!
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For a birthday, I'd definitely go with a Chef Mickey's breakfast.
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