Liberty Tree Tavern or Chef Mickey's

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  1. Mami2Princesa

    Mami2Princesa Earning My Ears

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    I booked dinner at LTT and a breakfast at CM. Which do you prefer? We are already eating at the Crystal Palace for Dinner and I don't want to do 3 character meals. I am leaning towards Chef Mickey's. I have lots of allergies and I'm thinking I'd have an easier time finding something to eat at CM.

    We have an 11:10 am ADR at CM. I have read that sometimes people get the place to themselves since it's such a late seating plus I like the fact that Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, & Goofy are all in one place.


    My head is spinning from all these ADR's that I have been doing for the past two days. :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
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  3. undertheseas

    undertheseas DIS Veteran

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    Chef Mickey's has a lot of choices but if you're going mostly for the characters then I'd say go with LTT. We had much better luck with getting more attention from the characters there, I thought the food and service was better too.
     
  4. BirdsOfPreyDave

    BirdsOfPreyDave Disney Lover, DVC Member, SSR Fanatic DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    Breakfast at Chef Mickeys, Lunch at Crystal Palace, and Dinner at Liberty Tree Tavern. Those are actually my favorite meals at each of those locations.

    I think if I had to pick between the three, I'd drop the CP. But, you didn't ask that.

    Hmmmmmm, I guess I'd drop Chef Mickey's. CM and CP are very similar. LTT is different from both of them. Keep LTT to mix things up a little.
     
  5. VMKaddict

    VMKaddict "Well, I brought my dinosaur who eats force-field

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    Chef M is very good for breakfast. They have alot of choices. Characters also come to your tables so you dont have to get up and look for them.
    -VMKaddict:wizard:
     
  6. Topo Bella

    Topo Bella Mouseketeer

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    Although you cannot go wrong with either, I really liked LTT for dinner and so did my children. The atmosphere at LTT is cozy and inviting and the characters looked so sweet dressed in colonial garb. Chef Mickey's didn't really have that same warmth. As for the food, I liked the family style meal at LTT. It was basic "meat and potatoes" food, but tasty. In the end, you should have fun, either way. :thumbsup2
     

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