They call this "character dining," and they have whole restaurants dedicated to it in each park. There's Cinderella's Royal Table and the Crystal Palace in the Magic Kingdom, Tusker House in the Animal Kingdom, Akershus and Garden Grill in Epcot, and too many places to list within the resort hotels. Pick your kid's favorite characters, and you'll find them in the restaurants within that park.
You're not alone in wanting this, it's actually a pretty common question. Unfortunately, that means that the answer is always changing, as people shift from area to area. Right now, the best answer seems to be the West Oaks Mall. It's out of the way and far enough from the main attractions in Orlando to discourage tourists, but then again once word gets out, you'll be looking for a new place all over again.
hows the climate over there? Ive been wanting to take a vacation to Greece but i keep hearing stories that people don't feel safe traveling there amidst the unrest. Any insider advice from your store opening???
I didn't like my friend's highlander picnic basket too much. She was raving about it before we went on our trip, but when I saw it, the glassware's quality was a little poor. Overall, it was nothing special. I guess nothing beats a traditional picnic party!
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