Hey Dads! Well, we're making our first trip to WDW since 2009 and it'll be our first as Florida resident and annual passholders! The plan is to try to make at least two, hopefully three trips, in a calendar year to make the APs worth the price. Anyway, we're going June 9-16 and this will be the first time we've gone without the dining plan. We plan on buying the TIW card when we get our APs. So, I'm coming here looking for some dining suggestions, because we want to try something new, something different than what we've done on every trip. The plan is to avoid the tourist trap places (IE most character meal buffets). We will also try to limit ourselves to one table-service per day, mainly to keep costs down and maximize park time. We pretty much mapped out what park we want to do each day using touringplans.com, and here's our schedule: June 10 -- Hollywood Studios June 11 -- Epcot June 12 -- MK June 13 -- Blizzard Beach/Epcot June 14 -- Animal Kingdom June 15 -- Magic Kingdom Right now, we have scheduled Sci-Fi for dinner at the Studios, Via Napoli for dinner at Epcot, Tusker House for breakfast at AK, Trail's End for breakfast our second MK day. Sci-Fi is to give it a second chance, and to allow our boys to experience it. Tusker House is our only character meal, mainly because we like being in AK prior to park opening. So, what would you suggest for our first MK day, our second Epcot day? We'll be driving, so we'll have a vehicle if we need to go to a resort. We thought about Ohana for the first MK day, because we enjoyed that breakfast, but that's $100 for breakfast that you can get everywhere in the world. We'd prefer to eat at TIW restaurants, but I'm not thoroughly convinced that TIW is worth it yet either. Oh, and I should mention our boys are, well, boys. They're a little active, so fancy shmancy restaurants probably won't work. They've enjoyed 50s Prime-Time, Chef Mickey's, Hollywood & Vine, Whispering Canyon, etc. Thanks in advance!