2. Book a special meal
While Disney does have quite a bit of options as far as quick service food is concerned, sometimes the ‘theme park food’ gets old and you want something really delicious and filling. I think that on every family vacation to Disney, you should book at least one special meal. This can be something like a dinner show, like the Spirit of Aloha or Hoop-Dee-Doo, a character meal like Ohana or Cinderella’s Royal Table, or even just fine/specialty dining, like Teppan Edo or Le Cellier. There are so many options and it truly enhances the magic of the trip.
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