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  • On Aug 10, 2011
    Stephanie from MB Asked

    Are there any restaurants at WDW where children are not welcome? We will have an almost 2 year old when we go. I prefer the signature dining experiences.

    Hello Stephanie, It sounds like you and I are very similar. My daughter always joined us whenever we dined - at Disney and beyond. That's why we enjoy vacationing at Disney World. We are able to experience many cuisines while dining as a family. With the exception of Victoria and Albert's, you can take your toddler with you to any Restaurant on property. Some Signature Restaurants such as Bistro de Paris may not have a children's menu but they are happy to serve your little one. Victoria and Albert's is the only Restaurant with restrictions. It will not serve Guests under the age of 10. Hope this helps. Happy eating!
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