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Where to Eat if Your Children Aren't Into Princesses.
If your children are not interested in the Disney Princesses, or maybe you just want to try something new at the Walt Disney World Resort, here are some alternate dining suggestions that will please the whole family:
Crystal Palace is located in a beautiful all-glass building. Come eat a fantastic buffet with Pooh and all his friends, conveniently located in the Magic Kingdom Park. The Crystal Palace is one of the monumental buildings in the park, offering a large buffet with many selections—sure to please even the pickiest eaters. Throughout your meal, Pooh, Tigger, Piglet and Eeyore will visit your table, sign autographs, pose for pictures and give hugs.
Chef Mickey's- Come to Disney's Contemporary Resort and eat at Chef Mickey's, another fantastic buffet that books up quickly. As the name implies, this is a great location to see everyone's favorite character, Mickey Mouse. Mickey and all his friends will visit tables, take photographs and sign autographs. At breakfast, don’t miss the Mickey waffles!
Coral Reef Restaurant – This restaurant is located in The Seas with Nemo and Friends Pavilion in Epcot. If your kids love Nemo, this is the place to dine! The Coral Reef has a living coral reef that surrounds the entire restaurant. Watch 80 different species of fish swim by, while you dine on fine seafood specialties.
The Garden Grill Restaurant – Also located in Epcot, in the Land Pavilion, come and eat with Chip and Dale! This restaurant rotates during your entire dining experience. The Land Pavilion has its own greenhouse, providing the Garden Grill with its own "home grown" vegetables.
San Angel Inn - Located in Epcot® in the Mexico Pavilion of World Showcase. This restaurant simulates a hacienda, with the illusion of eating outdoors (although it is indoors). Before dining on your favorite Mexican dishes, take a walk around and shop at the "outdoor market". Watch as guests take a boat ride through the Mexican Pavilion. If you are lucky, you may even bump into Donald Duck!
50's Prime Time Café – Located in Disney's Hollywood Studios, this is a TV-themed restaurant. The restaurant is decorated as a 1950's style kitchen, complete with small black and white television sets. Be careful, or you may get "ribbed" by the servers if you forget your manners! Food includes American classics like fried chicken and meatloaf, and old fashioned milkshakes.
Boma – Have a child who is an adventurous eater? Make a reservation at Boma. Boma is located in Disney's Animal Kingdom Resort. Located just below the lobby, take some time to stroll through the amazing resort on your way down to the restaurant. This restaurant is family friendly and offers a large buffet of over 50 dishes from all parts of Africa. After your meal, go up to the lobby and enjoy children's activities, such as arts and crafts.
Remember—this is just a small sampling of kid-friendly restaurants that will entertain diners of all ages! To start planning your next visit to the Walt Disney World Resort, contact your MouseEarVacations.com Travel Specialist.
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