Best Character dinner for 2 boys 8 and 4

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  1. chrisann

    chrisann DIS Veteran

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    They like cinderella and the girls but just wondering if there was one where the interaction is better than the others. Thanks!
     
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  3. daisyduck123

    daisyduck123 <font color=green>I just love those parmesan mashe

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    Well, my DS9 does not like the princesses, although he tolerates them well for his sister. His favorite places are Chef Mickey's (Mickey & the gang are there) for dinner & Ohanas (Lilo & Stitch are there) for breakfast.
     
  4. katdocnorf

    katdocnorf DVC since 1997

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    DEFINITELY CHEF MICKEYS :mickeyjum :goofy:

    With out a doubt this is the one must return to every trip for my kids and me. Make a ADR and ask for (ok I have been up all night and I am brain dead for the life of me I can't think of the name of the room).... But it is the room when you walk straight back, the one behind the icecream and desserts (somebody help me). Anyway that room gets the best coverage of characters. Plus Goofy helps the kids make cupcakes and then Donald is usually out front taking pics. Wide variety of foods, all you can eat, you can see the monorail go by just above you (If you are in general area, but you feel it everywhere else), and so on and so on :banana: .
     
  5. Atchley

    Atchley "Bedsheets? Who invited that kid?"

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    Another vote for Chef Mickeys!
     
  6. Charleyann

    Charleyann <font color=purple>Someone spilled the beans<br><f

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    Another vote here!

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  7. lilallybean

    lilallybean <font color=339966>In need of a Disney Slang Dicti

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    Again...Chef Mickey's! :goofy::mickeyjum
     
  8. chrisann

    chrisann DIS Veteran

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    I'm not keen on setting an exact time for our dinner, what are the chances of just walking in?(Chef mickey's that is!)
     
  9. honey11dog

    honey11dog Live in Florida, but my heart and home is with LSU

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    :goodvibes Chef Mickey's has my vote too!!
     
  10. lilallybean

    lilallybean <font color=339966>In need of a Disney Slang Dicti

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    You need to have an ADR. We like to go for a late breakfast and then hit the parks.
     
  11. Tootles

    Tootles Mouseketeer

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    My boys DS8 and DS5 will be there in late November for their first trip. We have ADR's for buffet breakfast with Pooh and the gang at CP, family style dinner with Goofy, Minnie, Chip and Dale at LTT (both places on the day my youngest will turn 6), order from a menu lunch at CRT with the Princess, and family style breakfast at O'hana with Stitch, Lilo, Mickey and Pluto. We just really wanted as many different character meals as possible. Besides these, we booked LeCellier and Sci-Fi. Thought about Coral Reef, but none of us much like seafood. Check out all the menu's on Allears and read about which characters are regulars at which restaurants. Have fun! :thumbsup2
     
  12. honey11dog

    honey11dog Live in Florida, but my heart and home is with LSU

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    It is a popular restaurant no matter what time of the year. Especially, because you do not need a theme park admission to get in. I would suggest getting an ADR. We had ours set at 7:20pm one night and we didn't arrive until almost 8pm because we were stuck in a summer rainstorm at Epcot. I was afraid that we would not get in because they were super busy. But they understood and we got a table in about 15min.
     

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