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    Birthday meal

    Hello all!

    I am going to WDW in May. This will be my first time there for my birthday. My last 2 trips, we had the dining plan, but not this time (it was almost too much food. I was planning my whole day around meals)
    Any suggestions for a special palce to eat?
    I am not into V&A's, or really any "artsy" type food.
    It is just the 2 of us. No kids. But I plan on turning into a big kid for my b-day. Even though I'll be 40.
    Any birthday suggestions?

    Thanks!

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    WE just got back from disney and I had my birthday at the Liberty tree tavern and it was alot of fun. We made revservations and told them it was my birthday and ordered a birthday cake.They brought out the cake sang happy birthday with the characters who were there.It was great.That morning we couldn't even get all the way down Main St. and i had the happy birthday song sung to me 3 times!!!!! It was great!!!!.Don't forget to get your birthday button,this year they write your name on it.
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    50's Prime Time Cafe may be fun. We celebrated our anniversary there and we got a little cake. Plus, just going to eat is an adventure. Have fun-it's your day!!!

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    How about L'Originale Alfredo di Roma in Epcot before it closes for good in August, they have the strolling musicians and it's a fun atmosphere . Personally, I'm really going to miss this place.
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    I had my birthday breakfast last year at 'Ohana and my dinner at Crystal Palace, both were a lot of fun if you're looking for a Character Meal. If not, I really enjoy Alfredo's like everyone else, or also somewhere like Whispering Canyon or Sci Fi Dine In.
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