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  • On Sep 24, 2009
    Kelly from MI Asked

    planing our first trip to wdw 11/26 - 12/4 with our kids 7 6 & 4. was looking for some dinner ideas for each park that would be both relaxing and fun for the kids. I have booked T-rex in DTD Tried to book fantasmic dinner package but full. Any ideas

    Hi Kelly! You're off to a great start dining at T-Rex in Downtown Disney. It's hard for me to narrow it down to one choice per park, but here goes:

    Hollywood Studios - This is a toss-up between 50's Prime Time Cafe or the Sci-Fi Dine-In. At 50's Prime Time, you dine in mama's kitchen, are served by your cousin who makes you eat your veggies and most tables have a tv set showing clips of popular tv shows from the fifties. This is my nine year-olds new favourite. Sci-Fi is set up like a drive-in theatre, where you sit in cars and watch old sci-fi clips.

    Magic Kingdom - Crystal Palace is a great spot to enjoy a yummy buffet, and you get to share the experience with Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger and Piglet. There's even a parade for the kids through the restaurant.

    Epcot - This was the hardest to narrow down, but I'll stick with two choices. The Biergarten in Germany is a delicious buffet with both traditional German food as well as some standbys for kids. The Oom papa band is so fun, where kids and adults alike dance to the music. Or you can choose to dine with Chip and Dale at the Garden Grill in the Land Pavillion, where the restaurant actually rotates.

    Animal Kingdom - Try the new Picnic in the Park. You can order a picnic basket for your family, pick it up two hours later, and relax at one of the many picnic locations throughout the park.

    Hope this helps Kelly!
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