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Old 05-15-2018, 07:19 PM   #1
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Special dining for two girls under 8yr?

Hey friends,
We are taking our daughters to celebrate their birthdays and we’ve eaten dinner at Cinderella’s castle and we’re thrilled with that...for one time. Not sure we will do it again so I’m wondering your thoughts on other fun or unique dining opportunities to celebrate at? It doesn’t have to be dinner and it doesn’t have to include characters but perhaps some of you have a favorite earlier and a tip for celebrating their? Or someplace that typically has superb service for kids even if no characters? Mane even a dessert party?

Where do you recommend, why, what’s a great item to order, where to sit, time to eat? Thanks for your advice!
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Old 05-15-2018, 08:06 PM   #2
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Something we did with our daughter even though she was the oldest one in the group (she was 16, the rest of the kids were probably in the 8 to 10 range) was the Family Magic Tour. It's a lot of fun going around the Magic Kingdom and it's all interactive for the kids. It's kind of like a scavenger hunt and we got a couple of character meet and greets with it too.

For my husband's birthday we've done the carriage ride around Fort Wilderness but I'm pretty sure they do them around Port Orleans too if you don't want to get to FW.
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Old 05-16-2018, 08:28 AM   #3
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Here are the places my kids enjoyed meals the most when they were little. They are in their early 20s now, so things may not be the same?

The place in Japan where they cook in front of you (can't recall it's name now). They made a big deal of my son's birthday. Gave him a chef hat with his name in Japanese and a birthday dessert.

Coral Reef in Epcot. My kids loved watching the fish during the meal and picking them out on the sheet they gave for identification.

SciFi Dine Inn. They loved the atmosphere and the milk shakes.

I would also suggest going to Beaches and Cream and doing the big Kitchen Sink with all of you trying to finish it. That's always fun to watch (we've never done it) and kids really get a kick out of it.

Another suggestion, would be a day at Typhoon Lagoon. Picnic lunch and those yummy donuts they sell for dessert. You could bring your own decorations.
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We love Whispering Canyon at the Wilderness lodge, loud and rowdy fun and tasty food.

We also enjoy O’hana at the Poly for a fun family meal.

50’s prime time time or Sci fi at DHS are also fum themed meals with a cool atmosphere or server interaction.
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My nephew, 12, has enjoyed Narcoossee's for the view of the fireworks (music is piped in too); 50s Prime Time Café in Hollywood Studios; and Coral Reef in Epcot.
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My son (5 1/2) just had the trip of his life in March as we spent 16 days in the Disney bubble. Asking him his favorites - his #1 was Coral Reef. He also really loved the Frozen & HEA dessert parties. As far as which meal he ate everything it would have to be Narcoossees and almost all of the breakfasts (mostly character meals). He also enjoyed the lazy morning when him and his Ba (Grandma) ordered room service and ate in bed.

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What about a Tea Party at GF? I believe they have one that is suited to young children.
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Oh that would be a great idea. We took my son with me & my mom to the regular afternoon tea and he lived that as everyone doted on him. They also customized his sandwiches as he does not like PB&J so they brought him an extra ham & cheese.
Whether you do the kids one or the regular tea it is a wonderful afternoon that will be very memorable.

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When my daughters were little they liked the character dinner at 1900 Park Fare in the GF.
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My son (5 1/2) just had the trip of his life in March as we spent 16 days in the Disney bubble. Asking him his favorites - his #1 was Coral Reef. He also really loved the Frozen & HEA dessert parties. As far as which meal he ate everything it would have to be Narcoossees and almost all of the breakfasts (mostly character meals). He also enjoyed the lazy morning when him and his Ba (Grandma) ordered room service and ate in bed.

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My nephew also ate everything at Narcoossees. He loved it there!!!
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Have they been to BBB? That's always special. We gave that to our granddaughter for her 5th birthday.
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