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Dining Discuss Crystal Palace for breakfast, lunch or dinner? in the Vacation Planning forums; I would do either lunch or dinner (the menu is the same) but lunch is cheaper....
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    I would do either lunch or dinner (the menu is the same) but lunch is cheaper.
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    I've done breakfast and dinner but voted for breakfast. I love walking down MS with hardly anyone around. Great photo ops and sometime the Photopass CM's are out too.

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    You gotta do CP for breakfast. The mentaility of this eatery is best for a brunch kinda thing.

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    We're doing the Crystal Palace breakfast for the first time on Oct. 22. Winnie the Pooh and his pals are my grandson's favorites. I also have reservations for the Cinderella dinner in the castle for January. My granddaughters (different kid than the Oct. trip) have never been there. We weren't too sure about the Alkerhaus menu so we opted to try for the castle since my husband and I (and yet another kid - we have 5) had eaten there before and enjoyed it.
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    I like the breakfast thing myself
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    Breakfast. If It were me I'd eat here in the morning, eat snacks throughout the day and eat another meal after I left the park. There are places to eat at the hotels and many other, off-property restraunts are opened late, like Denny's.

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    I voted for the CP breakfast, like others have said, being 'alone' on Main Street and getting stranger free photos is a fantastic perk!
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    For my Family, Dinner at CP is a tradition kind of thing and we always have a good time, but I think next visit we might have to go for breakfast because it sounds pretty cool
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    CP is great whenever, especially if your server is Ruth Campbell - the loveliest server on property! (No, I'm not a relative!)

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    We are finally do Breakfast as CP this time and I can't wait. We have done several dinners there but never a breakfast. I'll vote when I get back!
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    It's a great way to start off a day at the MK by eating breakfast at the CP! I love getting there really early when the park is empty.
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