Friday, December 23, 2011

Foodie Friday: Christmas at Walt Disney World Resort

The holidays are a special time for everyone. People celebrate them in different ways, but most families enjoy at least one special meal together. This year was our first time visiting Walt Disney World Resort for the holidays. Though we left before the actual holiday, and didn't get to eat our Christmas meal ith Mickey, I wanted to share with you the options available incase you decide visit during the holiday. As they do on Thanksgiving, the 50's Prime Time Cafe offers a special Christms meal. The atmosphere at this restaurant will also give you the feel of home. You are surrounded by "cousins" watching television and mom in the kitchen preparing the meal. The meal is reminicent of grandma's when you were growing up. 1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian offers a Christmas Feast wit a full character buffet. After reading reviews, it seems that many people ejoy Chritmas dining at Cinderella's Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom. The amosphere seems to take the cake at this establishment, as you look out the windows and see Main Street adorned in Christmas decor and lights. Liberty Tree Tavern, also in the Magic Kingdom, serves the traditional meal with turkey and dressing. Biergarten in the German pavilion at the Magic Kingodm offers more than just a meal by adding Christmas carols to its musical performance. Several of the deluxe restaurants also offer special Christmastime meals. Chef Mickey's has a huge Christmas feast and Trail's End at Fort Wildernss Resort adds turkey and dressing to their regular menu of chicken and ribs. Some of the restaurants offer special meals on Christmas Eve as well. Last week, I taold you about many of the sweet treats available during the holiday season as well. So, if you decide to spend your holiday at Walt Disney World Resort, you will not be without the comforts of a home cooked meal and dessert.

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