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Old 05-30-2018, 06:43 PM   #16
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It would be difficult to choose just one restaurant but if I had to I think I would choose Ohana. We really like everything there and its the one place I always leave with that I can't eat another bite feeling.
Ohana is definitely in my top 5 picks, but weve only ever had breakfast there. The characters are only there for breakfast, right? We absolutely love it, the food as well as the theming and the characters! Do you recommend it for lunch or dinner?
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Ohana is definitely in my top 5 picks, but weve only ever had breakfast there. The characters are only there for breakfast, right? We absolutely love it, the food as well as the theming and the characters! Do you recommend it for lunch or dinner?
Ohana only serves Breakfast (character meal) and Dinner (no characters). There is no lunch service.

I definitely recommend Ohana for dinner. We have enjoyed many fun and satisfying meals there. We have only had breakfast one time and it was also nice but not as memorable as dinner.
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I think we're the odd ones - we don't like Ohana as much as we used to! For only 1 table service option, and not being adventurous eaters, I'd go with 1900 Parke Fare for dinner. Buffet, so there are lots of choices, and the character interaction is amazing.
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I too love 'Ohana. If only doing one and no one is an adventurous eater I would choose Crystal Palace for lunch or dinner. Both have huge diverse buffets full of yummy treats. My family also loves Coral Reef. Another option would be lunch at Be Our Guest. It is such a great atmosphere there and dining there no matter what meal would be great. We just did BOG for dinner this past trip for the first time and I know it will not be the last meal there...everyone loved it.

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I love O'hana for dinner and if you can eat early enough, enjoy the fireworks on the beach plus a dole whip for dessert. Otherwise, I'd say Sci-fi or 50s prime time. We've had great burgers and shakes at Sci-fi and it's a one of a kind dining experience. You will not eat anywhere else like it. However, the way the cars are situated, you may not be able to sit 3 to a row (in the cars). Usually it's 2 people to a row so 1 would sit by themselves.

If you want something out of a park, Bongos at Disney Springs has a live band and dancers. The food is good too.
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