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Old 12-14-2012, 10:39 PM   #1
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Chef MIckey dinner? (or even lunch)

I just scored an ADR for 1900 park fare breakfeast that I realy wanted. But it ment saying goodbye to my Chef Mickey breakfeast.

Is it worth going sometime over dinner or lunch? We're also doing thusker house breakfeast in our trip.

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I believe they are only open for Breakfast and Dinner, with the opening for dinner at 5.
I personally love Chef Mickey's dinner buffet and it is a must do for my family. It's the fun ambiance as well as the food. The food is typical buffet food. I do enjoy the carved meats, the awesome garlic mashed potatoes and the wonderful dessert area. If you can go for a late lunch or dinner, I recommend it
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Old 12-14-2012, 11:05 PM   #4
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I just saw a 7h10 opening on another day, but it's our first full day there, and the only night parade day, meaning we'll spend lots of time in the park. Unless we take a midday break, I don't think it would be a good idea to go this early (plus we'd have to take a taxi).

On the other end, we'd see the rope drop, and that would be cool!
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