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  • On Jun 7, 2008
    Jackie from WA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi! We have DDP (thx!) & have mostly breakfast & dinner ADR's in Sept. @ CA Gr-D,1900 PF-B, HBD-D, CRT-B, TTS-D, 50's PTC-B, San Ang-D, Chef Mickey's-B, WCC-L, Ohana-D, Boma-B, Narcoossees-D, & Spoodles-B. 3 adlt-no kids-good choices? Should we

    I've eaten at all the restaurants you mention. You have good range of choices and are going to get a taste of everything Disney has to offer. California Grill in the Contemporary, the  Hollywood Brown Derby at Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Narcoosees in the Grand Floridian give you great signature dining experiences. The 50s Prime Time Cafe at DHS and the Whispering Canyon Cafe at the Wilderness Lodge offer unique themed entertainment as you dine. Tony's Town Square has you eating at the Magic Kingdom. Spoodles gets you to the Boardwalk area. The San Angel shows you a bit of the World Showcase dining at Epcot. Boma has wonderful African dishes and gets you into the spectacular Animal Kingdom Lodge. Ohana gives you some classic Disney ambiance at the Polynesian.

    And then there are those character meals: 1900 Park Fare, Cinderella's Royal Table, and Chef Mickey's. I'm a bit torn about this. Don't get me wrong, even with no children in your group, I absolutely  think you should try character dining. There is nothing better than a hug from Mickey or a photo with your favorite princess. But three character dining experiences in a week might possibly be one too many for a group of adults. I am waffling even as I write this, because for many people three character dining experiences might be about six too few. Without knowing your groups personalities, it's a bit difficult to advise you. So, it's just something to think about. Again, not knowing you, I might say to drop 1900 Park Fare in favor of a meal at the Yak & Yeti in the Animal Kingdom or a meal in one more of the Epcot countries (Japan is a favorite of mine).  But otherwise your plan seems excellent to me.

    I'm sure you'll have a wonderfully filling and fulfilling trip!
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Meet the Panelist: Erin, New York

I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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