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  • On Aug 21, 2019
    Frank from CA Asked

    Bringing my grand niece and nephew and their next year in September they will be three and five years old the kids, looking for a table service for dinner that they would like.

    Hi Frank!

    Thanks for your question. Pretty cool "Grand Uncle" to take your niece and nephew to Disney World. I am certain they are going to have the time of their young lives, and what better way to spend quality time with Uncle Frank than at the "Happiest Place on Earth!" :-)

    So I've taken both of my children to Disney World around those age ranges. I can thoroughly say the following: Place a high emphasis on character meal experiences or restaurants with great themes. Kids just can't get enough of seeing their favorite characters up close and personal while they eat. Here are a few table service meals my children thoroughly enjoyed around that age:

    *Chef Mickey's at Disney's Contemporary Resort: See Mickey and crew decked out in their finest chef hats and aprons.

    *Cinderella's Royal Table at Magic Kingdom: If your niece is into Disney Princesses, what better place to be than spending time in the iconic Cinderella Castle amongst many of her favorite princesses.

    *The Crystal Palace at Magic Kingdom: It's Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, and the rest of the gang!

    *Hollywood & Vine at Hollywood Studios: See some of their favorite Disney Junior characters. The characters change frequently, but the last time we ate there, Vampirina and Sofia the First were 2 characters walking around and dancing with the children.

    *T-Rex and Rainforest Cafe at Disney Springs: Great themed restaurants with animatronic creatures, nice scenes, and terrific sound effects!

    There are others to choose from, but at that age, those restaurants stand out as my children's favorite dining experiences.

    Have a great time next September at Disney World!

    Terry
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