1900 Park Fare

We have done a lot of character meals. I mean, A LOT of character meals. And we have eaten at 1900 Park fare a lot. I mean, A LOT. Big parties, small parties, birthday meals, you name it. And I can say, with confidence, that breakfast and dinner at 1900 Park Fare are our favorite character meal experiences at Disney World.

Breakfast and Brunch at 1900 Park Fare

Cost: $35 – 59.99

Characters: Alice in Wonderland, Mad Hatter, Mary Poppins, Tigger, and Pooh

Food: This expansive buffet includes traditional breakfast food (bagels, eggs, waffles, breakfast meat) and specialty items like the Grand Floridian’s signature strawberry soup smoked salmon lox, and omelet and carving stations. I personally love the blintzes and red velvet pancakes, while my girls love the breakfast pizza. At brunch, you’ll also find a breakfast burrito bar, salads, and typical kids’ lunch foods joining the menu.

Rating: 5 out of 5 frying pans

About Our Experience(s): The Mad Hatter is such a unique character to see brought to life. He really puts on a show! Ruby is obsessed with Alice in Wonderland, so Alice is really the star of her show. All of these characters move about the dining room in an informal way, seeming to really take their time as they go. The interactions always exceed our expectations, as does the food and cast members’ service.

Dinner at 1900 Park Fare

Cost: $35 – 59.99

Characters: Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella

Food: It’s impossible to leave this dinner still even remotely hungry. Some of our favorites are the Mongolian beef, key lime-ginger grilled chicken, taco bar, and fruit tarts, but the real star of the show is the butternut squash ravioli. I dream of that ravioli!

Rating: 5 out of 5 frying pans

About Our Experience(s): Ruby loves the stepsisters and they never disappoint. She always asks to wear her Drizella dress, which I’m thrilled to oblige. Drizella has always made her night, dancing and showing her off around the dining room.┬áLady Tremaine and the stepsisters demonstrate some really outstanding character acting. We always love to see their BIG personalities come to life! Lucy only has eyes for Prince Charming, who is as handsome and kind as you’d expect. Cinderella and Prince Charming often include guests in their dance, which is just a magical moment for little ones!

More Information

Location: Inside the Grand Floridian main building

Transportation Options: If you’re staying on property, you can take a bus to the Magic Kingdom and then hop the monorail. You can also take the monorail directly from any of the Magic Kingdom area deluxe resorts, Magic Kingdom, or the Ticket and Transportation Center. If you’ll have a vehicle, you can also drive directly to the Grand Floridian by following signs to the Magic Kingdom area resorts and park at the resort. Or try the new Minnie Van service, Lyft, or Uber directly to the resort!

Things to Know: When you check in for your reservation, they’ll request a phone number to text when your table is ready. We love this feature, because it frees us up to explore the Grand Floridian’s lobby and shops while we wait.

While You’re There: Check out some of the fabulous high end shops in the Grand Floridian lobby. You can also take a stroll around the resort to see the giant chess set by the main pool, the teacup splash pad area, and enjoy the views of the lagoon and Bay Lake! You also don’t want to miss the great photo opportunity just outside the resort’s main entrance. You’ll find an antique car and carriage that make a beautiful backdrop for photos.


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