4. Ohana (Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort)
Ohana offers family-style meals for both breakfast and dinner. At breakfast, guests can have classic Disney options – waffles, eggs, bacon, and potatoes while meeting Lilo, Stitch, Mickey, and Pluto. At dinner, guests don’t interact with characters, but the Polynesian-inspired menu is rib-sticking good. We always recommend trying to find a reservation after sunset so you have the chance to watch Happily Ever After while enjoying your meal!
3. Chef Mickey’s (Contemporary Resort)
Another great choice for guests with small children, Chef Mickey’s allows guests to meet the Fab Five while watching the Monorail come and go with guests from the Magic Kingdom. The menu is very traditional, so guests can find something for any appetite. Keep in mind that this restaurant is extremely popular, so you want to make sure that you have an advanced dining reservation.