cinderellas Royal table

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  1. jltdone

    jltdone Mouseketeer

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    New to all of this but trying to plan something out. What does everyone think of a 5 year old boy for the royal table dining on his 5th birthday? Is the royal table geared more to girls rather then boys........
     
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  3. Barnhill9586

    Barnhill9586 DIS Dad's Club Member #556

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    We did CRT each trip until our DD was 12 and DS was 10. He loved it, just being in the castle was cool and he has always liked getting a pic with the princesses. I would say it's definitely geared more for the princesses than the princes though, jmho.:goodvibes
     
  4. jltdone

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    would there be another restaurant that would be more geared to a 5 year old boy thought we would do magic kingdom on his 5th bday and then hit crystal palace for breakfast then roundtable for dinner but if there is something better for a boy that would be great as well. just thinking eating in the castle would be a pretty cool way to have dinner on your bday.....
     
  5. TDC Nala

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    It's Cinderella's Royal Table (King Arthur had the round table) and they'll give him a sword if he will like that. It's been reported that the princesses are known to make a fuss over young "princes."
     
  6. GoHerbie

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    Q: What's CRT?

    A: It's actually Cinderella's ROYAL Table, but that's not important right now!

    I think your family and DS5 would still enjoy it, it's good to do at least once. When you check in at the podium for your reservation make sure they know it's his birthday and hopefully he'll get some surprises.

    For other ideas I'm sure your son would love T-REX. We'll be trying that in August ourselves.
     
  7. aaarcher86

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    The Beast meets for pictures after dinner at Be Our Guest in his castle.

    He's kinda manly and macho :cutie:
     
  8. jltdone

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    thanks for the correction everyone with the ROYAL table i have gone back and fixed it. We are going to get a shirt made up for our little guy for that day saying that it is his 5th birthday i am sure everyone will know or find out. I was thinking about the whole princess thing and maybe not to many prince's there and i am sure he will like to see all the princess.....
     
  9. Barnhill9586

    Barnhill9586 DIS Dad's Club Member #556

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    I would stick with the castle personally. It's pretty cool especially on a birthday! I will say that we haven't tried Be Our Guest yet...other's may know if a 5 year old boy might like that better. Like I said though our DS loved CRT and TDC Nala is right about the sword and the attention paid to the prince at the table!
     
  10. Barnhill9586

    Barnhill9586 DIS Dad's Club Member #556

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    Don't forget to get him the birthday button when you get to the park. I'm assuming they still hand those out at Guest Services. Have fun!:)
     
  11. Barnhill9586

    Barnhill9586 DIS Dad's Club Member #556

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    CRT=Cinderella's Royal Table
     

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