2. Crystal Palace
Back to the most popular WDW Park (The Magic Kingdom), the lovely Victorian Crystal Palace restaurant is highly sought-after for morning reservations. Admire the impressive lattice and glasswork as you are greeted by Winnie the Pooh and his friends. In between these visits, you will enjoy a high-quality spread of waffles, fresh fruit, and savory omelets. Similar to the previous recommendation, this is another restaurant that can be booked before the park actually opens. Finding an opportunity to take pictures on a practically empty Main Street U.S.A., is an opportunity that should be seized. Quickly.
1. Cinderella’s Royal Table
There is nothing more magical than the Magic Kingdom. And on that note, there is nothing more magical than dining inside its famous castle! After Cinderella personally greets you, you will be escorted to a gorgeous, stain-glass windowed dining hall that overlooks Fantasyland. While you are served family-style breakfast platters, Cinderella’s royal friends will visit each table. Although we aren’t encouraging you to rush through your meal, don’t forget that when you finish up, you will be a short walk away from both Peter Pan’s Flight and the Seven Dwarves’ Mine Train… (Whoever said those attractions couldn’t be tackled without a FastPass+?) Cinderella’s Royal Table is simply the ultimate WDW dining experience and it will ensure a most heartwarming start to any park day.
With so many options to select from, you’ll want to cross each of these choices off your bucket list (and then some)! We wish you the most delicious Disney pilgrimage.