Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by ngl, Mar 4, 2010.
Something with lots of activity to keep her entertained. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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Biergarten might be fun to try. They have a show every hour with great music, dancing etc. There are also some fairly kid-friendly items on the menu for her to nibble off your plate.
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We took our daughter (1) to Biergarten on Feb 23rd. She LOVED it. She clapped her hands and bounced in her high chair to the music. It was a lot of fun and one of the only meals where I didn't have to hold her after a few minutes.
I agree with Biergarten! Our DD was 16 months on our trip and loved it there!!
OP will be at Epcot. That is a great place for kids at DHS. The Garden grill might be a good choice. they have the characters ffor dinner and plus it revolves so the scenenry is always changing.
Another vote for Garden Grill! Our boys love it now, and they loved it when they were that age. If OP's daughter likes characters, it's a good choice. The food is served family style and it comes quickly. The combination of characters, different scenery and kid-paced service is great!
Oops, sorry, that went completely over my head.
CR would be awesome if you were sat in front of the aquarium. GG is a good choice, too. We were very pleasently suprised by our visit there last trip.
Our kids enjoyed the food and fun at:
My boys loved Coral Reef. We weer seated at an aquarium and the divers came by and did lots of waving as they swam by.
They also loved Teppen Edo. Watching the food get prepared was a highlight of their week.
If you don't want to do character meal I would do Biergartan, just make sure to check for showtimes. My kids love Teppan Edo, but don't know if it will keep a baby entertained.
At that age DS enjoyed:
Garden Grill (character meal)
Rose and Crown (sat outside)
San Angel Inn (sat near the water and saw the boats)
Our DD LOVED Garden Grill at 1.5. She became very good friends with Chip and Dale there.
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