If you’re looking for a table service restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, the Grand Floridian Café is your only option. We recently had lunch here, where we sampled several dishes. Here in our Grand Florian Café review, we’ll tell you about the food we had, along with the atmosphere of the restaurant.
As we’ve made our rounds at every Disney World resort, we’ve noticed that almost every deluxe level resort has a character breakfast. I think we’ve always intuitively known it, but never really pondered that fact. At Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, that breakfast takes place at 1900 Park Fare. Here in our review of this Disney character breakfast, we’ll give you our thoughts on the ambiance, food, décor, and of course, the characters.
When it comes to Walt Disney World, eating is probably the second most important part of a trip, next to the rides. There are plenty of ways to get your grub on, from snack carts to counter service locations to table service. You can even find lots of quality food at the myriad of festivals that happen at Epcot throughout the year. However, if you are truly interested in high-end dining, then you have to check out the various signature dining restaurants at Disney World.
If you are interested in high-end dining at Disney World, you are usually well served by eating at what Disney calls their Signature Dining restaurants. With the opening of Disney’s Riviera Resort, we gained another one of these top tier restaurants. The restaurant is called Topolino’s Terrace and features “fresh, delicious seafood and meat dishes, handmade pasta and decadent desserts infused with French and Italian flavors.” But there is a lot more to Topolino’s than just the food. We’ll cover all of the food, atmosphere, and more here in our Topolino’s Terrace Dinner Review.
Tony’s Town Square Restaurant is located in Town Square, which is the first area you encounter when you enter the Magic Kingdom under the train station. Tony’s is located to the right, near the Town Square Theater, where Mickey and Tinkerbell have their regular meet and greets. This restaurant has existed since the Magic Kingdom opened in 1971, even though it has gone through many name changes and iterations until it became Tony’s in 1989. Here in our Tony’s Town Square Restaurant review, we’ll talk about our dining experience, including the food and ambiance.
We were all looking forward to our stay at the new Riviera Resort and of course, to check out Topolino‘s Terrace. The “Breakfast a la Art” sounded like so much fun, especially with Mickey and friends wearing outfits unique to this meal. I went in with high expectations, but those expectations were more than surpassed with the fantastic character interactions and the delicious food offerings. If you want to read more about the restaurant and our overall experience (including a Magical Moment that brought three of the four of us to tears), please read Mike’s full Topolino’s Terrace Character Breakfast review.
When Disney’s Riviera Resort opened up, we gained some new dining options with it. Primo Piatto is the counter service location that can be found on the first floor of the resort. Here in our review of Primo Piatto, we’ll give you our thoughts on the theming, atmosphere, and food of the restaurant. We’ll cover both breakfast and dinner in the restaurant in this post.
Throughout the year, Hollywood & Vine at Disney’s Hollywood Studios hosts special character meals for lunch and dinner. The theme of the meal changes depending on the time of year. At Christmas, the character meal is known as Minnie’s Holiday Dine. As you might guess, it is a Christmas themed meal. Here in our Minnie’s Holiday Dine review, we’ll tell you what you can expect at this special character meal, including our thoughts on the quality of the experience, character interactions, and of course, the food. We’ll include pictures of it all along the way.
It feels like once or twice during each trip we make to Disney World, we experience what many call a “magical moment.” While that is an excellent description in many instances, there are a few select times when it doesn’t feel like that description truly captures the magic of an experience. This is one of those times, and hopefully, my words in our Topolino’s Terrace Character Breakfast review can convey why. Formally known as Breakfast à la Art with Mickey & Friends, this character breakfast review will cover our thoughts on the meal and character interactions, complete with pictures of it all.
When the Christmas season approaches, Magic Kingdom becomes a joyous holiday-themed park. In conjunction with this festive transformation, Magic Kingdom also hosts Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. It’s a hard ticket event that you have to pay for above and beyond your regular park admission. But guess what, even paying for the party doesn’t get you into everything. Oh no, there is another hard ticket event known as Tony’s Most Merriest Town Square Party.