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Old 05-18-2013, 11:09 PM   #1
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Suggestions for dining reservations for 5/14.

Need help making dining reservations for next may. In particular, I am looking for what tricks get us preferred seating at shows. Also interested in princess breakfasts and would like to find something 'boy like' for my two sons who are seven and two. My daughter is ten. Any suggestions would be helpful!
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:06 AM   #2
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Need help making dining reservations for next may. In particular, I am looking for what tricks get us preferred seating at shows. Also interested in princess breakfasts and would like to find something 'boy like' for my two sons who are seven and two. My daughter is ten. Any suggestions would be helpful!
There are no tricks for better seating at the luau or Hoop. You pay more, you get a closer seat.
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Old 05-19-2013, 09:16 AM   #3
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There really isn't anything that is geared more toward boys. We do enjoy the Breakfast Buffet at Cape May Cafe: Goofy, Minnie and Donald are there.
It would be nice if they did a Toy Story themed meal, great for girls and boys. But, for now, the original characters are it.
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Need help making dining reservations for next may. In particular, I am looking for what tricks get us preferred seating at shows. Also interested in princess breakfasts and would like to find something 'boy like' for my two sons who are seven and two. My daughter is ten. Any suggestions would be helpful!
DS7 is pretty excited about TRex (made reservation by calling the restaurant directly) and 'Ohana breakfast with Stitch. We tossed around the idea of Garden Grill with Chip & Dale, etc. (Epcot) but decided on Biergarten instead.

For DD4 we are doing Akershus in Epcot and BOG in MK. There's also CRT, but we didn't want to go too heavy on the princesses for DS.
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There really isn't anything that is geared more toward boys. We do enjoy the Breakfast Buffet at Cape May Cafe: Goofy, Minnie and Donald are there.
It would be nice if they did a Toy Story themed meal, great for girls and boys. But, for now, the original characters are it.
That would be a great idea! I agree that Cape May Cafe, or Tusker House might be good as they feature the 'fab five' which are gender neutral. Have you considered 1900s Park Fair dinner? It features Cinderella for your daughter, Charming for your sons and the Step Sisters for the whole family (because they're supposed to be a hoot!)
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