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Monet is a senior majoring in journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University. She is a Disney AP holder and a Disney College Program alum. You can find her covered in pixie dust singing along to the Festival of Fantasy parade soundtrack while dreaming about dole whips and blogging her life away.

Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Disney Resorts

Chef Mickeys

1. Chef Mickey’s This is my favorite character dining experience on property for a number of reasons. The restaurant is located inside Disney’s Contemporary Resort, the resort the monorail travels through if you’re unfamiliar with it. Characters join you for breakfast, lunch and dinner, giving you three opportunities to dine with the fab five. This is the only experience on ...

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Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Disney Resorts

Ohanas

2. ‘Ohana This is one of the best character experiences at Walt Disney World and I highly recommend it. The restaurant lives inside Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. You will be welcomed a cousin as you’re seated at this beautiful restaurant, which has a killer view of Cinderella castle. Mickey, Pluto, Lilo and Stitch will come and say hello to you ...

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Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Disney Resorts

Character Dining at the Grand Floridian Resort's 1900 Park Fare

3. 1900 Park Fare This restaurant, located inside Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa resort, has two character dining experiences you can partake in—Supercalifragilistic Breakfast and Happily Ever After Dinner. For breakfast, you’ll meet some of your favorite Disney characters, including Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger, Mary Poppins, Alice and the Mad Hatter. For dinner, you’ll be delighted to see ...

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Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Disney Resorts

Cape May Cafe

4. Minnie’s Beach Bash Breakfast Located at the Cape May Cafe restaurant at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, this fun and super chill breakfast is the perfect way to start your day! Minnie and her friends are dressed in their beach attire and they’re ready to send you off a day full of epic adventures, but not before you enjoy a ...

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Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Walt Disney World Resorts

Character Dining Minnie

Disney offers some impressive dining options while you’re on property, whether it be at one of the four parks or at one their resorts. While many people prefer traditional dining, many Disney fans have come to love the character dining experiences. There is at least one character dining experience in every park, but there are some at the resorts that ...

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Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Disney Resorts

Goofy Breakfast

6. Good Morning Breakfast with Goofy and his pals This character breakfast takes place at a resort you may not have ever thought about—The Four Seasons Resort Orlando. Right by Disney Springs, this hotel serves as a great extension of Walt Disney World and still offers superb service and a character dining experience. Goofy is the leader of this breakfast ...

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Top 6 Character Dining Adventures at Disney Resorts

Aurora at The Perfectly Princess Tea

5. Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea This is the most expensive experience on the list, but you certainly get a lot for what you pay for. If you want to give your little princess the royal treatment, this is a must do. Located inside Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa hotel, your child will be treated like royalty as they enjoy ...

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7 Ways to Know if the Walt Disney World Dining Plan is Right for You

tiffins

6. Potential free dining During some points in the year, some Disney resorts will participate in the ‘free dining plan.’ This is normally a free quick service dining plan, so if you don’t care about table service meals then this will be the right choice for your family. This normally takes place in the early fall, usually around September, so ...

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7 Ways to Know if the Walt Disney World Dining Plan is Right for You

5. Budget is set One of the best things about the Disney Dining Plan is that your budget for food is already set. You buy the plan, you pick your meals and you’re more or less done! You don’t have to worry about budgeting in food, which allows you to set aside a little money to spend on things like ...

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7 Ways to Know if the Walt Disney World Dining Plan is Right for You

4. Staying for a decent amount of time If you’re staying for a week or more, I’d highly suggest looking into the Disney Dining Plan. You’re bound to spend quite a bit on food, so having it all set in stone, especially for a long vacation, is definitely a good idea.

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