Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- I will be traveling in March 2014 with my DD celebrating her HS graduation. Do you think she will still enjoy Cinderallas table, or is it for the younger crowd? I hear the food is very good, but with two credits, should we do something else?
- - Asked by Laurie from Ohio on 1/20/2014
- Hi Laurie!
Celebrations are more MAGICAL when celebrated at Walt Disney World. What an amazing way to celebrate high school graduation!
Dining in the Cinderella Castle is an iconic experience. It is definitely not just for young children, although they are made to feel very special too. My own teenage daughter feels it would be a wonderful graduation present to dine at Cinderella's Royal Table. Cinderella's Royal Table has a sophisticated fairy tale feel to it. There is lovely character interaction that you may choose to be a part of, but it will not detract from your experience if you do not. There are certainly many young "Princesses" dining at Cinderella's Royal Table, but there are many couples and young adults too.
If you are hesitant about your daughter enjoying Cinderella's Royal Table, take a look at the California Grill in the Contemporary hotel for a gourmet dining celebration. Besides the unique seasonally fresh menu, the California Grill has an "extra" feature for Guests. Guests dining there have access to a special observation deck for Wishes fireworks where music is piped in during the show.
Laurie I don't think you can go wrong by choosing any one of the signature restaurants as a celebration dinner for your daughter. To me, they are all definitely worth two credits and each one has something special about it. I would recommend looking at the restaurants for Signature Dining at Walt Disney World an then make your decision based on your daughter's taste.
I hope this information helps you in making your decision.
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