Mickey's Backyard BBQ

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  1. jandj524

    jandj524 Mouseketeer

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    Thinking of trying something diffent, is this a fun experience with good food (my kids are 6 & 7). Thanks!:goodvibes
     
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  3. maddiesmom0116

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    I love this show, it has pretty good food and a lot of fun for the kids. Mickey and pals are very interactive and they have dancing with the kids etc... I love doing this every couple of trips. We plan on it for our first night on the next trip.
     
  4. IMACM

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    Best character interaction I have seen and the food was great!!!!
     
  5. jandj524

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    Thank you both...:goodvibes
     
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    We went last year with our nephews (4 & 7) and they loved it!! Lots of dancing and fun for the kids and great opportunities to meet the characters. The food was typical BBQ food and very good! :thumbsup2
     
  7. mpetti

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    :cool1:Your children will love it. There's a lot of character interaction. The food is good. Enjoy!!

    Maryann :surfweb:
     
  8. jcemom

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    Apparently we're in the minority but we didn't care for it.

    The food was okay, and the characters did dance with the kids which is unique, but it was chaotic. As soon as the characters came out the dance floor was mobbed. My tiny little DD (5 at the time) was nearly lost in the sea of kids. The characters didn't even know she existed, though she didn't completely realize it at the time. She wanted to dance with Mickey and Minnie, but she always seemed to be on the fringe of the other kids and never really got any attention. She isn't shy, it was just a free-for-all atmosphere and she was small. We left early, at DD's request. She's now 6 1/2 and still doesn't want to go back.

    Being outside, it was also very hot, though I think they did have some fans to help circulate air, and that helped.

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