Mom And Son Safari
  • On Dec 6, 2010
    Renee from TX Asked

    Hi Andi, Thanks for your help, my question was needing help to plan our dining at WDW in florida for me, my husband, and our 13 yr. old daughter which none of us have ever been. We will be on the disney dining plan, don't really need the "finest"

    Hi, Renee! You're welcome, and thanks for writing me back! I can give you a few suggestions in several places and in different categories:

    Table Service

    Boma, Animal Kingdom Lodge -- buffet for breakfast/dinner with selections from Africa

    Whispering Canyon Cafe, Wilderness Lodge -- yummy food and a rip-roarin' good time

    T-Rex Cafe & Rainforest Cafe, Downtown Disney -- huge portions and lots of variety

    Character Meals

    Chef Mickey's, The Contemporary -- buffet with the Big Cheese

    Cape May Cafe, The Beach Club -- breakfast buffet featuring characters in swim/beach attire

    Akershus, Norway Pavilion, Epcot -- bountiful breakfast served family style with a parade of princesses

    Counter Service

    Colombia Harbour House, Magic Kingdom -- chicken, fish, salads and soups; venture upstairs to dine

    La Cantina de San Angel, Mexico Pavilion, Epcot -- empanadas, tacos and margaritas and the sunset on World Showcase Lagoon

    Flame Tree BBQ, Animal Kingdom -- meander through to find an out-of-the-way table near the water

    Snacks/Refreshments

    Writer's Stop, Hollywood Studios -- carrot cake cookie

    Sleepy Hollow Snacks, Magic Kingdom -- Toll House Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich

    Club Cool, Epcot -- free samples of Coca-Cola products


    If you want to ask me more specific questions, please write back. Make sure you get your Advanced Dining Reservations for table-service restaurants as early as 180 days prior to the first day of your trip. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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