Character Dining; Couple; AA; Minnie Mouse; Topolino's Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera
  • On Mar 9, 2024
    Cody from MO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, I am having breakfast at Toplinos Terrace. I am bring my two year old with me. I am wondering if this restaurant is “All you care to eat?” I have heard online that you can order more if you want more. With the little one picking off our plates.

    Hiya, Cody, and welcome to planDisney! I'm so glad you've decided to stop by and ask this great question! My fellow planDisney Panelists and I are here and always happy to help, especially when we can give advice about fun dining experiences at Walt Disney World Resort! 

    I'm thrilled to say that my family recently enjoyed a visit to Topolino's Terrace - Flavors of the Riviera during our vacation. We scheduled a late brunch, so it felt a bit more like lunch, which was perfect for our "break day" from the Disney Theme Parks. I always like to have a rest day in the middle of our vacation so we can enjoy our Disney Resorts Collection Hotel, swim in the pool, go shopping for souvenirs at Disney Springs, and eat delicious meals at other Disney Resort Hotels. The break really helps us relax and prepare for more super fun, quicker-paced park days. 

    When you dine at Topolino's Terrace, you'll find a variety of delicious options on both the adult menu as well as the kids menu. Your two-year-old is welcome to share your meal with you, and though the portion sizes are generous, the meal is not currently "all you care to eat." My little one was happy to indulge in the fresh pastries that were brought to our table before our meal, and she wasn't starving by the time she received her Mickey-shaped Waffle Dippers, so we actually ended up boxing them up and snacking on them later that day. With Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Daisy visiting your table, your little one will have plenty of entertainment while you enjoy your meal - I have to recommend the Wood-fired Steak and Eggs! 

    Cody, be sure to stop by the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival with your little one during your vacation. They'll be able to get up close and personal with butterflies in the Butterfly Garden, experiment with water movement at Journey of Water, Inspired by Moana, and see larger-than-life topiaries of their favorite Disney Characters! The Garden Rocks Concert Series features nightly performances that are perfect for little ones who love to dance and parents who love live music!

    Did you know that there is a Baby Care Center in each of the four Disney Theme Parks? They're centrally-located, air-conditioned, and have plenty of space to feed and change your little one, and they're the only place that sells children's medications inside the Parks. If you happen to forget diapers, wipes, bottles, snacks, or a change of clothes, the Baby Care Center is your one-stop-shop for essentials for your little one! Be sure to check it out for a break from the Florida sun and a peaceful place to relax for a few minutes during an exciting park day.

    Cody, I hope this has been helpful to you as you prepare for your vacation. Please stop back by with any other questions you have as you continue your countdown!

    See you real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Georgia

Hi friends, I’m Jennifer! I live in Georgia with my handsome Prince Charming and our three awesome Mouseketeers. My Disney favorites are food, princesses, holidays, and festivals. I thrive on logistics and details, so I love all of the intricate plans that go into making a perfect Disney vacation. So let’s get started, because tomorrow is just a dream away! Learn More About Jennifer

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