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- Going in June, character breakfast suggestions for 3 and 5 yr old girls?Love princesses, saw Akershus breakfast. Anything else? Short time there, don't want to be stuck in a restaurant/scheduled for too long, can we still get res. being less than 180 out?
- - Asked by Jordan from Connecticut on 2/18/2014
- Hi Jordan,
Dining at Akershus Royal Banquet Hall in Norway would be a perfect choice for your princess-loving girls! The atmosphere is quite regal and the food is really delicious. The salmon is my favorite and there are fun choices for the kids such as pizza, meatballs and mashed potatoes and meaty macaroni. While they dine, they'll be greeted by some of their favorite princesses, making some priceless memories.
Another suggestion I have is the Play 'n' Dine character meal at Hollywood & Vine in Disney's Hollywood Studios. Sofia the First and Doc McStuffins just joined the character line-up at this meal. It is one of my kids' all-time favorite meals. Not only do the characters come around to greet guests, throughout the meal, they have dancing with the characters! Even though this isn't a "princess" meal, it is a fantastic one for your kids' ages, especially if they enjoy the shows on Disney Junior. This is a buffet style meal, so you can take take your time or eat quickly so you can go back out and enjoy the parks. This is a fairly popular meal, too, so I would call or reserve online as soon as possible.
Yes, many restaurants do fill up at 180 days out, but this is typically just a few of them. I think you still have time to get some fun reservations, just try to do it as soon as possible to avoid missing out on one you really want.
Have a magical trip!
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