Birthday cupcake?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by malcontent, Jul 14, 2008.

  1. malcontent

    malcontent happy to be grumpy

    Feb 24, 2008
    We are going in August during DD9's birthday. Since we are on the DlxDP, it seems that even a 6 inch cake would be wasted on the three of us.

    A birthday cupcake would be perfect. However, I thought I saw somewhere that they are no longer offering this.

    Please tell me this isn't true!!! :confused:
  2. danielle782001

    danielle782001 DIS Veteran

    Nov 4, 2006
    I do not know if you can have a special cupcake made to order...I do know that Chef Mickeys will bring a cupcake if you ask...Many other places will also bring a small special dessert for the birthday person...Make sure your reservations state there is some one with a birthday and also make sure they know when you check in for your reservation...

    At Tony's they decorated the table and gave my son a special decorated ice cream (covered as dessert on the plan)...At Trails End they also gave him a special ice cream (covered on the plan)...At Chef Mickey we got the cupcake (free)...At Donald's Breakfast they had him come to the middle of the room and every one sang Happy Birthday to him..

    So I do not think you need to order anything...And you are right, you are going to have so much food that a cake would be a waste....You may want to call the hotline just to be safe but I think you will be okay with the something special they will bring you as part of the dessert on the dining plan.
  3. disneypolybride2008

    disneypolybride2008 DIS Veteran

    Jun 19, 2008
    i went for my bday in Oct last year, and i thought it wouldnt feel like my bday w/o blowing out a candle. Ohana gave me a cupcake w/ 1 candle in it which was perfect since i was stuffed! They sand happy bday to me too.
  4. KatMark

    KatMark DIS Veteran

    Aug 5, 2007
    We celebrated my 50th bday last year at Disney and every restaurant (except Boatwright's) brought out either a cupcake or a brownie or something with a candle in it (some of the places we ate were: Crystal Palace, LeCellier, Liberty Tree Tavern, Mama Melrose)

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