Give me 7 suggestions for a family of 5!

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  1. danielsmommy04

    danielsmommy04 Earning My Ears

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    We haven't booked anything yet, but we are hoping to WDW late November. We will be a family of 5... my husband and I, a 6 year old son, two year old daughter (will turn 3 on our trip), and a 4-5 month old baby boy. This is our
    3rd trip to WDW and we love DDP!
    We have been so far...
    Chef Mickey's
    Boma
    O'hana
    Crystal Palace
    Trail's End
    Whispering Canyon
    Akershus
    Hollywood & Vine Breakfast
    Coral Reef
    ESPN Club
    Rainforest Cafe

    We are looking for some new suggestions for a family of 5 with young children!
    Thanks so much!
     
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  3. danielsmommy04

    danielsmommy04 Earning My Ears

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    We have also been to ESPN restaurant as well!
     
  4. Halloweenqueen

    Halloweenqueen Whenever Candle Lights Flicker...

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    1900 Park Faire breakfast
    Beirgarten
    Teppan Edo
    Chefs de France
    LTT
    Yak and Yeti
    Kona
     
  5. GuySmiley

    GuySmiley Mouseketeer

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    Sci-Fi Dine-in
    Yak & Yeti
    Nine Dragons
    Teppan Edo
    Biergarten
    50's Prime Time
    T-Rex (its not great, but the kids will probably love it)
     
  6. 2minny

    2minny DIS Veteran

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    cinderella's royal table
    Hoop de doo
    Liberty Tree Tavern
    Sci Fi Dine-in
     
  7. Beauty & the Best

    Beauty & the Best Its all so magical!

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    Sci-Fi
    Biergarten
    Tusker House (breakfast)
    Crystal Palace
    Ohana
     
  8. BigTex71

    BigTex71 DIS Dad #536...... Fort Worth, Texas

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    Tusker House breakfast
    Biergarten
    Hoop Dee Doo Review
    1900 Park Fare
    CRT
     
  9. jen42002

    jen42002 DIS Veteran

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    Definitely Tusker House for breakfast and Kona for any meal. We had great food at Kona for dinner (trying breakfast in Sept!). The restaurant is definitely not quiet but for us that was a plus with 4 kids! :)
     
  10. Goofy22

    Goofy22 DIS Veteran

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    Garden Grill
    Teppan Edo
    Ohana
    HDDMR
    Mickeys Backyard BBQ
    Crystal Palace
    Chef Mickeys
    Tonys Town Square
    Cape May Cafe
    Leceiller
     
  11. djp0630

    djp0630 DIS Veteran

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    Personally, I would do Chef Mickey's & Crystal Palace again. I probably would do Akershus again.

    Then I would do CRT, Le Cellier or maybe Tusker House breakfast or Cape May breakfast. You could also do 1900 Park Fare for breakfast (Alice, Mary Poppins, Pooh, Tigger, & Mad Hatter) or 1900 Park Fare for dinner (Cinderella, Prince Charming, evil stepmother & stepsisters).

    We are going in May and also trying Tusker House, Liberty Tree Tavern for dinner, Le Cellier. Trying Cape May for dinner & breakfast (staying at BCV). Doing CRT, Akershus, Crystal Palace again.
     
  12. disneymath

    disneymath DIS Veteran

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    Some of these will be repeats of one's you've done already, but this is what we have done with a 6 mo or 14 mo, or what we have planned for our trip with a 3yo and twin 1yos (all boys).

    Crystal Palace (dinner - can't beat Pooh & Friends)
    Chef Mickey's (breakfast - the food seems to get better reviews than dinner)
    Biergarten (dinner - if you time it right, there is entertainment and the kids are invited to get up and do the chicken dance)
    Whipsering Canyon (lunch or dinner - it's a fun place for kids)
    The Wave (more sophisticated atmosphere but still very kid friendly and awesome food)
    Sci-Fi (lunch - the 6mo was mesmerized by the movie clips and who wouldn't want to eat in a car?)
    Liberty Tree Tavern (lunch is delicious)
     
  13. laughinplace199

    laughinplace199 <font color=blue>AKA Shrimpo or Flamingo Legs<br><

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    We're also a family of 5. We enjoy:

    Crystal Palace - breakfast
    Tusker House - breakfast
    Chef Mickey's - dinner
    Brown Derby
    50's Prime Time
    Boma
    Jiko
    Kona
    The Plaza
     

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