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Posted by on Jun 9, 2013

Walt Disney World Dining Reviews

Updated 2/23/14 Tips for bringing your own food to Disney Getting to dining reservations Time of Day: Breakfast Snacks Lunch Dinner Type of meal: Character Meals Table Service Counter Service Dining Plans Click on photo to go to the park you would like dining reviews for Click here to get reviews on dining at Magic Kingdom   Click here to get reviews on dining at Epcot Click here to get reviews on dining at Hollywood Studios Click here to get reviews on dining at Downtown Disney Click here to get reviews on dining at Animal Kingdom Click here to get reviews on dining at Blizzard Beach Click here to get reviews on dining at Typhoon Lagoon Click here to get reviews on dining at Disney Resorts Magic Kingdom Dining Aloha Isle Auntie Gravity’s Galactic Goodies Be Our Guest Casey’s Corner Cheshire Cafe Cinderella’s Royal Table Columbia Harbor House Cool Ship Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café Crystal Palace Gaston’s Tavern Golden Oak Outpost Liberty Square Market Liberty Tree Tavern Lunching Pad...

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Posted by on Jul 10, 2012

Top Breakfast Foods at Disney World

Author: Memory Maker Diva There is no shortage of breakfast options at Walt Disney World…from a quick bite to eat at your hotel to elaborate character breakfast buffet’s at the theme parks. And while you can’t really go wrong, there are some menu items that are simply out of this world! ~The Hotels~ By far my favorite is the Tonga Toast, served at the Kona Café at Disney’s Polynesian Resort. On the menu since 1971, Tonga Toast is a thick slice of sourdough bread that is stuffed with bananas and then deep-fried and coated with cinnamon sugar. It is served with pineapple, your choice of breakfast meat, and delicious strawberry compote, all for $12.99. This no-so-healthy-but-oh-so-delicious concoction has almost as much of a following as the famous Dole Whip…people crave and talk about it when they are away from Disney World and can’t wait until they return to be able to taste it again…and is worth every calorie-laden bite! Other delicious options at the Kona Café include Macadamia-Pineapple Pancakes,...

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Posted by on Jul 5, 2012

Character Greetings at Walt Disney World

Author: Food Diva One of the most exciting parts of Disney World (for me) is meeting the Characters. I am 28 years old and I still get excited every time Cinderella says “Hi Princess” in her most wonderful Cinderella voice! For our family, its a huge game. How many characters can we meet? My kids aren’t huge ride lovers. They enjoy some, but they really enjoy hunting down the characters and meeting them. We took our first Disney trip as a family in 2009. My big girl was turning 3 and my little bit was 16 months. Those ages can be a bit difficult for character greetings. We prepared MONTHS in advanced by going to youtube and typing in “Meeting {{insert character name}} at Disney World”. By doing this we saw other little kids getting to meet the characters and I believe this REALLY helped my girls get use to the idea of walking up to them. Meeting Mickey Mouse for the First time 2009. We went to our...

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Posted by on Jun 28, 2012

Budget Diva’s Post Walt Disney World Trip Lessons Learned

Author: Budget Diva After a long 12 hour drive, we are back home and already missing Disney World!! Our family of 5 opted to drive to Disney to save money but let me tell you, next time we are flying! I learned many things (both good and bad) after the vacation that I would love to share with reader’s so that you too can learn from my mistakes. Mistake number 1: Driving straight (12 hours) with 3 kids under the age of 5. We had been given advice from many friends and family to drive straight-through and some people advised us to stop and spend the night somewhere half way. The kids were entertained with their road trip goody bags for about an hour or two and the snacks were exciting until about half way into the trip. Luckily the movie’s helped pass a few hours and the kids finally fell asleep about 7 hours into the trip. But by hour 9, the kids had had enough and were...

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Posted by on May 29, 2012

Character Breakfast at Cape May

Author: Disney Diva It was so exciting do a totally different Character Meal this February. My daughter and our two good friends, Les and Lisa had a girls’ breakfast at Cape May. Cape May is at the Beach Club resort. We had a car so we just went in and parked, but if you were staying on property you would want to take a bus to either Hollywood Studios or Epcot for your reservation. Make sure that you’re at least fifteen minutes early for your reservation so you can check in on time. Once we got to the host station, we received our little buzzer and had a seat in the lovely Beach Club lobby for just a few minutes. Then our buzzer went off. We probably waited for less than 5 minutes. The restaurant is much larger than I thought it was going to be, and there was a large amount of seating. The dining rooms sport a classic 30’s and 40’s beach theme and there is a...

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