6. 1900 Park Fare (Grand Floridian Resort)
Another great place to meet characters while enjoying delicious grub, 1900 Park Fare has favorite friends visiting all day, every day. For breakfast, you can count on meeting such characters as Alice, the Mad Hatter, and even Mary Poppins. Lunch is skipped in favor of afternoon tea, which is a wonderful event all young tea party lovers will enjoy. Finally, the Happily Ever After dinner buffet is a wonderful way to see Cinderella and all her crew.
5. Crystal Palace (Magic Kingdom)
Crystal Palace definitely makes the list for top 5 eateries in Magic Kingdom. This yummy buffet-style restaurant serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and does so quite well, with everything from Pooh’s Stuffed French Toast to amazing carved meats. To top it all off, all guests will be visited by Pooh, Tigger, and other Hundred Acre Wood friends for some amazing meet-and-greet experiences.
4. Biergarten Restaurant (Epcot)
Don your dancing shoes, because Biergarten has the perfect dance floor and some rollickin’ polkas you won’t be able to resist. Don’t dance? Let the kids enjoy the dance floor and accordion music while you chow down on schnitzel, sausage, and amazing mac 'n' cheese.