Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Feb 21, 2008
    Siv fern from WA Asked

    Last day brunch ideas, 1900 Park Fare? Going there for dinner w/Cinderella though. Should we go again w/Mary Poppins or should we try Ohana, but it's not buffet. =( Might have Chef Mickey's for dinner a nite, breakf @ Cape May would have same charac. AHHH!

    It’s no fun having to think of your last day at WDW.

    Since it’s your last day, we have to stick to a brunch outside of the parks. For character meals, we are left with the following choices: Cape May Café, 1900 Park Fare, Chef Mickey’s and ‘Ohana.

    Cross out Chef Mickey’s as you will be there for dinner. I would cross out 1900 Park Fare too as I like to visit different resorts. Different characters but the same restaurant. Not exciting enough for your last morning.

    I’m not sure if you will have your own transportation. Traveling to the Yacht and Beach Club will take more time depending on where you are staying.  I can tell you that the morning breakfast is very cheerful and the characters in their beach attire are simply adorable.

    Drum roll…in your case, I would pick ‘Ohana.

    Traveling to the Polynesian resort on your last day will be more effortless. Arrive early and ask for a table near the window. This is one of my favorite spots in all of Walt Disney World. I just love the view looking out towards the Magic Kingdom with all the palm trees down below.

    While the meal is served family-style, we found the food quite good. Kids seem to enjoy serving themselves from the large skillet in the middle of the table. It’s a family friendly restaurant and a great way to spend quality time together before heading back to the real world. It’s actually nice not to have to get up and down for a buffet. On your last morning, everyone will likely be tired. Our family is always a bit depressed too. This Best Friends breakfast is a real pick-me-up. The tropical setting and antics of Stitch make for great fun. Dancing and playing music with Lilo will wake and cheer you up.

    If you have time to explore after your meal, head to the Polynesian beach and marvel at Cinderella’s Castle. Aloha!

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Meet the Panelist: Kimberly, Tennessee

I am a stay-at-home mom with a 12 year old son. I thrive on planning vacations, especially to WDW. Inspiring families to vacation at Disney with a memorable itinerary and budget-saving tips is extremely rewarding for me. Learn More About Kimberly

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