Mom And Son On Run
  • On Mar 22, 2013
    Mysha 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.

    WDW in June (4 days) with 2.5 yo. Want to make 1 ADR/day. Day 3 Have Bkfst at CRT at 835 am. Day 4 lunch Fantasmic pkg at MMRI - is this worth it? Suggestions for Dinner Day 1? Any meal Day 2? Trying to find best places for our 2.5 yo daughter. Thanks!

    Hi Mysha,

    Thank you for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Yes, I do like the idea of booking the Fantasmic! Dinner Package, especially if you are visiting during a busy time of year. I've always had great dining experiences at Mama Melrose and the ability to shorten the wait time in line at Fantasmic! will certainly become an added bonus to your evening. You may want to purchase little ear plugs for your daughter, however, as many toddlers can become startled by the amazing pyrotechnics and fireworks during the show. 

    I'm also very glad to read you've booked an Advanced Dining Reservation at Cinderella's Royal Table. You will delight in the personal interaction and photo opportunities at your Disney Princess breakfast! My other suggestions would include Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort for breakfast, lunch or dinner and perhaps Hollywood & Vine at Disney's Hollywood Studios, for breakfast or lunch. The ever popular Disney Junior characters will greet guests with reservations until 2:20 p.m. each day! 

    If you are lucky enough to snag the coveted Be Our Guest reservation, dinner at Beast's Castle in Magic Kingdom would likely become a cherished memory of your vacation. Although subject to change, currently dining at lunch does not require an Advanced Dining Reservation.

    My advice is to leave day 1 a bit flexible, as you'll likely be tired from traveling. If you do wish to book a table service reservation, try to do so at a location close by to your Resort Hotel, or at a Park you intend to visit that evening. Give yourself plenty of time to get acclimated. Let me know your arrival time and Resort Hotel and I'd be happy to help plan a seamless and magical arrival day.

    Wishing you a MAGICAL vacation, Mysha!

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