Mom And Son On Run
  • On Jul 27, 2012
    Robert from AL Asked

    We have reservations for the Cinderlla's Happily ever after dinner on july 30. We know how to dress the 5 year old but, how dressed up should the adults be?

    Robert,

    While it is a nice meal, you are in a resort buffet restaurant. It is understood that you may not have your formal dinner jacket on. While there are select restaurants at Walt Disney World with dress codes, there is no such code applied here.

    I am taking my girls to dinner there in October. Since we always go back to our room in the afternoon for a break, I may put a golf shirt on before heading over to the restaurant, just to look nice for the girls. But there is no doubt that I may be next to some dads in t-shirts, and that is OK with me. It should be for you too.

    While I am a big fan of a dress code (I had a romantic dinner with my wife at California Grill many years ago and the kids in their swimsuits at the next table kind of killed the ambiance), I think it is understood here that we are not going to be in business casual or higher, so wear what makes you comfortable, and enjoy!

    Have a magical vacation!
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