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    Best Character Meal in WDW?

    What is the best character meal in WDW?
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    We have done most of the character breakfasts and we all really enjoyed the one at Chef Mickey's - we're even going there this year - and its without the kids! ( hubby usually counts as my third kid )

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    I agree with Chef Mickey's. There is more there, food and characters than others. Took the parents to it last summer and are doing the same this summer when they visit.

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    I also like the Liberty Tree...the food is a little above-par there, and I like the home-y feeling (oooohhhh... and the honey butter!!!)
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    I voted for Liberty Tree, for exactly the reasons stated by Ace! Also, it seems a little lower key and the characters do a nice job interacting with the guests.

    Our favorite, that is no longer in existence, was the Character breakfast at Artist's Pointe restaurant at Wilderness Lodge. They had an outstanding variety of great breakfast foods, and the Pooh characters were excellent and fit right in to the WL theming. Alas, it has been gone for a couple of years now.
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    This is a real *toughie*! I also voted for Chef Mickeys, but I've gotta admit.....we've never been to a Disney restaurant that we didn't like! Our second favorite is between LTT, 'Ohana, and the Crystal Palace! We usually have dinner at the Crystal Palace just before attending MNSSHP in full costume and have a blast! It's almost deserted around 5 p.m. so we pretty much have the characters to ourselves and the interaction between them and us is incredible! They really get a kick out of 2 *older* kids all dressed up for the occassion and play along with whatever character we're in costume for!

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    Glad to hear good things about the LTT. I have PS for there in October. I'm happy that I made a good choice!

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    i liked the garden grill at epcot. mickey posed for a picture with my mom there and the food was good

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    I agree about the Garden Grill! I'm actually doing the re-hitching ceremony there when we go in September.

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    Does anyone know where to find the menus for the different character breakfasts? I'm looking for more specific food.

    Thanks for your help.

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    try here - they have all the menus listed

    http://allearsnet.com/menu/menus.htm

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    Thank you...

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    you're welcome!

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    I love Tigger, and the food at the Crystal Palace, so I voted for there

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    I voted for Chef Mickey's because I think that overall it is the best.

    That said, we have really enjoyed Donald's Breakfastasaurus every time we've done it. The food is good and the character interaction is excellent because they are a bit more "demented" there than at most character meals. Now that my kids are older (10 & 13), they like this one because the characters are more off the wall in their behavior.
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