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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.

9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Ohanas

7. ‘Ohana This restaurant, located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, has some of the best breakfast I’ve ever had—and of course, you can meet characters! Start your day off with all you can eat eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes and waffles as Mickey, Pluto, Lilo and Stitch come to your table and meet with you. You’ll definitely feel like a part ...

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Character breakfast Trattoria al Forno

1. Bon Voyage Breakfast, Trattoria al Forno This new character dining experience will open in April at Trattoria al Forno at Disney’s Boardwalk. You will be able to meet and mingle with Rapunzel, Flynn, Ariel and Eric as you dine on delicious breakfast items. This is sure to be a popular experience, so I highly suggest making reservations in advance. ...

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Hollywood And Vine

2. Play ‘n Dine and Minnie’s Seasonal Dine, Hollywood and Vine Hollywood and Vine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is home to several different character meals, so choose wisely! If you have little ones, I suggest doing Play ‘n Dine, which is during breakfast hours and features characters from Disney Junior. Kids love getting to meet Jake the Pirate, Sofia the ...

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Donald Duck At Tusker House Restaurant

3. Tusker House This is the only character dining at Animal Kingdom, which makes it a hot commodity and extremely hard to book. Safari Donald Duck and his pals are waiting to welcome you and help you start your day off right before heading off on safaris and expeditions to find the Yeti.

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

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

4. 1900 Park Fare This restaurant, located at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, is home to a character breakfast and dinner. Both buffet style, you’ll be able to meet a wide range of characters no matter which meal you choose. Winnie the Pooh, Alice, the Mad Hatter and Mary Poppins will join you for breakfast and Cinderella, Prince Charming, ...

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Winnie The Pooh - Crystal Palace

6. Crystal Palace Located in Magic Kingdom, this character dining location will make you feel like you stepped right into the Hundred Acre Woods! You’ll have the chance to meet many of your favorite characters, including Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeoyre and Piglet.

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Snow White at Akershus

5. Akershus Royal Banquet Hall If the price point for Cinderella’s Royal Table is a little too steep for you, which is the case for many of us, consider this extremely similar experience located in the Norway pavilion at Epcot. You will dine on traditional Norway delicacies, and American ones, as royalty moves about the dining room to meet and ...

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9 of the Best Character Dining Locations at Walt Disney World

Character Meal

Walt Disney World is known for having world-renowned entertainment—and that includes their characters. No other entertainment or theme park entity truly holds a candle to the character database that Disney has. Between Mickey Mouse and the fab five to a wide range of princesses and other lovable characters, Walt Disney World is the best place to go to see all ...

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7 Reasons You Should Spend a Day at Disney Springs

Disney Springs

Planning a vacation at Walt Disney World can be tough because you want to have as much time as possible to see and do everything. However, a vacation should also be relaxing, which can be tough to do if you’re going from early morning until late night every day of your trip. As much as you want to open and ...

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7 Underrated Experiences at Epcot

Epcot

Spending the day at Epcot is always a great idea. While it may not have as many attractions as the other parks, it’s rich in culture, diversity and excitement. Many guests tend to bypass this park or just spend a few hours in it because they don’t think there’s enough to do or that it’s family friendly, but I couldn’t ...

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