Choosing dining experiences at Disney World can be tough, since there are so many great choices. For parents wanting to try something more than average consider these 5 unique Disney World dining experiences for children. In addition, all but #1 (which can also be found at Disneyland) are unique to Disney World. Making them truly unique experiences.
1. Afternoon Tea at Garden View Tea Room
Experience, grand British style, traditional afternoon tea at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Choose between: Buckingham Tea, Prince Edward Tea, Princess Kate Tea or The Grand Tea (at different costs) for your Afternoon Tea. Each come with at least 2 courses and different options of cookies, tea etc. For children, Mrs. Potts Tea – (For Guests Ages 3-9) is offered which includes snacks & chocolate milk.
2. Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea
If tea with a Disney Princess is more your style consider Disney’s Perfectly Princess Tea, in the Garden Tea Room at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort. The cost for the party is $333.64 for one adult and one child (age 3-9). That price does include a special 18-inch Princess Aurora doll, a ribbon tiara, princess link bracelet, fresh rose, special princess scrapbook page and a Best Friends Certificate. Princess Aurora also attends the party, posing for pictures and signing autographs.
3. Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
Since drive-ins are rare to find, it is great children can have the experience of an an old style drive in movie theater at Disney. At Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant in Hollywood Studios, guests dine in classic 1950’s cars. While watching sci-fi movie scenes from the big screen. Enjoy classics such as a Burger and a milkshake and to name a few fun items: Fried Dill Pickles for an app and a Warm Glazed Doughnut for a dessert.
Visit T-Rex at Disney Springs, perfect for any dinosaur fan. This restaurant is themed to look like a prehistoric world, see animatronic dinosaurs, a 15 foot tall T-Rex and more. Plus, dine on dinosaur themed foods such as: Jurassic Chicken Tidbits, Saber-tooth Sundae, Jurassic Salad and more.
Take time to visit the (free) Paleo Zone, for a hands on digging site with interactive displays. Create your own dinosaur at Build-a-Dino (run by Build-a-Bear) at the Dino-Store!
5. Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café
For a budget friendly and fun experience, visit Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café in Magic Kingdom. Children will love dining with views of the stage and entertainment by Sonny Eclipse. This funny alien, sings and tells jokes. Parents will love the free toppings bar. This is a fantastic quick service option and value for your money with a unique experience.
Learn more about Walt Disney World Dining and get suggestions for where to eat, how to use the Disney Dining Plan and more.