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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.

4 Amazing Non-Park Restaurants at Walt Disney World

Chef Mickey's

1. Chef Mickey’s Whether you’re making a reservation for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Chef Mickey’s is one of the best choices you can make during your trip. Not only is the food great (AND buffet style), but also it’s a character dining experience! Located at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Chef Mickey’s is the only dining location on property where you can ...

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4 Amazing Non-Park Restaurants at Walt Disney World

Polynesian Resort Ohana's Grill

2. ‘Ohana Nestled inside Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, ‘Ohana is a restaurant that truly can’t be passed up. Breakfast and dinner are both buffet style, but breakfast is character dining and dinner is not. During breakfast, you are able to meet Lilo, Stitch, Mickey and Pluto while feasting on waffles, eggs, biscuits, bacon and sausage. Trust me—as far as breakfast spots ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

Cinderella Castle Day

Magic Kingdom is the most visited theme park in the world, which comes as no surprise. It has the ability to appeal to the young and the young at heart with dazzling entertainment, tasty snacks and classic attractions that will make you never want to leave. While everything at Magic Kingdom could be considered a must do, there are definitely ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

1. Get pixie dusted This is on my own personal must do list and my family sighs as they reluctantly walk with me to New Fantasyland. I love the process behind getting pixie dusted and it’s magical whether you’re 3 or 23. You get to make a big wish and have pixie dust sprinkled on your head, making you glimmer ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

wishing well

2. Make a wish in the wishing well This is another thing that I always do during my visit to Magic Kingdom because as I said before, I believe in the power of wishes! Cinderella’s wishing well is tucked away near Merida’s meeting spot, and it offers a beautiful side view of Cinderella Castle. It’s also nice that the money ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

Be Our Guest

3. Dine in the park While there are plenty of great quick service locations, there are some wonderful table service locations as well. If you can swing it, I would highly suggest making a reservation at one of the restaurants. My personal favorite is Be Our Guest, which is still the hardest reservation to get on property. However, Cinderella’s Royal ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

Dole Whip

4. Get a dole whip float When people talk about Disney World snacks, this is always at the top of the list. The dole whip float is only available at Magic Kingdom, making it a popular snack. Pineapple soft serve sitting in a cup full of pineapple juice is exactly what the doctor ordered on a hot Florida day. You ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

Disney Castle

5. Get a picture in front of the castle I don’t care how many times you go to Magic Kingdom—you can’t go without taking at least one picture in front of the castle! Cinderella Castle is the perfect backdrop for any picture, whether it be a family reunion photo, an engagement, a just graduated photo shoot or anything in between. ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

Parade

7. Experience all of the entertainment We all know Disney is a leader in the entertainment world, and the productions they put on at Magic Kingdom are no exception. Mickey’s Royal Friendship Faire, Disney’s Festival of Fantasy Parade and Wishes Nighttime Spectacular are all worth seeing during your day at the park. They really showcase the best of what Disney ...

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7 Magic Kingdom Must Dos

Peter Pan Loading

6. Ride the classics While some may think they are outdated and tired, I am such a sucker for the classics. Attractions like Carousel of Progress and It’s A Small World make me feel like I’m riding a piece of history, which is pretty awesome. They usually don’t have too long of a wait either, so they’re worth checking out ...

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