Greetings fellow Mouse Fans!
Ok, so I’ve convinced you to make advanced dining reservations. Now, where to eat? Consider the make up of your party. Are you traveling with young children? What are their favorite characters? Winnie The Pooh? Then you want to dine at Crystal Palace. Mickey Mouse your man? Chef Mickey’s it is. Lilo & Stitch your favorite troublemakers? Then breakfast at Ohana is a must for you. And of course if you have a little princess, a meal at Cinderella’s Royal Table or at Akershus in Norway is a must do.
Characters not your thing? Le Cellier has quickly become the hardest to get reservation at Walt Disney World. If you want to dine here, make sure it is your first priority when making arrangements. For a romantic meal, dinner at California Grill followed by fireworks from the viewing balcony is the best!
And don’t forget the restaurants of the World Showcase. This can be a great way to try new cuisines!
Be well and make magic wherever you go!