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  • On Feb 1, 2011
    Yahira from puerto rico Asked

    I have to decide between 1900 Fare or in Trail's End for dinner reservations. Could you give me a hint, please? We go to WDW in June 2-8. Another question: is the Pollo Campero in Downtown Disney in the quick service dining plan? Thanks for your help.

    There are definitely some differences between 1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian Resort and the Trail's End Restaurant at Fort Wilderness. Both offer delectable food but in very different atmospheres.

    1900 Park Fare is in a Victorian setting featuring Cinderella and Prince Charming. It's in an easy to reach location via boat or monorail from the Magic Kingdom.

    Trail's End has rustic decor with a casual buffet. There are no characters at this location. The food is very good at Trail's End, however you'll need to factor in extra time to get to this out-of-the-way location. A boat from the Magic Kingdom is a fun way to travel to Fort Wilderness. Bus transportation is also provided, however it requires transferring to an internal bus at the Outpost Depot in order to reach the restaurant near the Settlement Depot.

    The restaurant Pollo Campero at Downtown Disney is not part of the Disney Dining Plan.

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