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  • On Apr 1, 2010
    Christine from NC Asked

    We are going to Disney World over Thanksgiving 2010. WHat is the best restaurant in the park or resorts to eat Thanksgiving dinner? We have 2 adults and 2 kids - the kids are a little bit picky and traditional turkey dinner is NOT part of their "likes

    Hi, Christine! We have eaten plenty of Thanksgiving dinners at WDW, and our children's palates range from quite sophisticated to extremely picky. Therefore, for us, any American-style buffet is a great choice.  Some of our favorites are Chef Mickey's (Contemporary) and Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom).  However, usually in the summer, you'll be able to look online at the Disney site (as well as other sites which report on WDW) to find out what the Thanksgiving offerings will be.  We've also had great Thanksgiving buffet meals at Garden Grove at The Swan and Trail's End Restaurant at Fort Wilderness.  Both had traditional Thanksgiving offerings as well as non-traditional ones for the pickier eaters. I would suggest using a general internet search engine for "Thanksgiving Meals at WDW" and see what has been offered in the past and what other guests recommend as well.  We've even enjoyed a Casey's Corner hot dog on Thanksgiving Day...the kids' still talk about that memory! Best wishes as you plan your family's celebration.  Have a wonderful day and a most magical vacation and holiday!
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