Are these good choices? I’m also wondering would Fantasmic be good for a 6 and 3 year old? I open to any suggestions! Thanks!![/QUOTE]
First off, just let me start by saying I’m so excited for you going to WDW for the first time!! (yayy!) We have A TON of little kids in my family, and I was one not too long ago so I think I’ll have some GREAT insight for you.
So lets get down to it!
Ohana dinner- I think O’hana is an EXCELLENT choice, both food wise and for its exciting, energentic family fun spirit. The kids will love it!
Boma lunch or dinner?- Boma is a GREAT option for atmosphere and food. I’m a much picky eater and just like most other Disney dining options theres always TONS of all american kiddie food options (mac and cheese, hot dogs, etc.) As for lunch or dinner. I’m not sure. I did Boma for dinner, it was excellent.
Sci-Fi- Sci-Fi is REALLLLLY fun and interesting to kids. They just seem to love the atmosphere and the food is all american (hamburgers and fries and milkshakes) and quite yummy! All though the food options are quite limited. The theme-ing is PERFECTION. Another great place to consider in the HS (Hollywood Studios) theme park is 50’s Prime Time Cafe, another family favorite! It’s a really fun dining EXPERIENCE! You eat in an old fashion TV set kitchen from the 40’s and 50’s and you refer to your waitresses as Mom and Uncle, and they warn you to Eat your veggies! And don’t put your elbows on the table! It’s a really entertaining and YUMMMMMMMMMMY place to eat. SOO delicious. (Man, now I want that potroast! hehe.)
Chef Mickey’s breakfast- Chef Mickeys is a MUST for any family traveling with children. Its a yummy, fun buffet style dinner where you and your little princesses and princes will get to interact with Donald, Pluto, Goofy, Minnie, and the BIG cheese himself, Mickey in a nice intimate setting. Where you aren’t being rushed! It’s a great selection of food and very yummy. Although I ate there for dinner, my friend has had breakfast there and said she loves it just as much!
Liberty Tavern or Crystal Palace?(or anything good in MK)- Now for this one may I make a suggestion for either Crystal Palace or Tony’s Town Square (themed after Lady and the Tramp). Not many people even REALIZE Tony’s is there. Its right inside the park at the beginning of Main Streets. It’s super gorgeous, friendly, and SUPER delightful and delicious! We went there last year for the first time, for my sweet sixteen and they just made it sooo special. It is now definitley a family MUST for our vacations thus forth. As for CP (Crystal Palace) I myself have yet to eat there, but from friends and family I have heard rave reviews, we are trying it this trip in August for Breakfast, I’m super excited ! :] My suggestion is to go to Tony’s for dinner and save CP for that last breakfast you have. Cause CP’s breakfast is AWESOME. A-W-E-S-O-M-E! A childs DREAM. Mickey shaped waffles. An omelete bar AND Pooh and Friends character dining!
Le Cellier dinner OMGGGGGG. Le Cellier, simplyyy perfection. In alll aspects. Great food, great service, great atmosphere. Thumbs up! A must try at Disney. It is SOOO hard to book though, so make sure as soon as that 180 days is in effect you call those Disney Dining Hotlines at 9am in the morning! Seriously, not exaggerating! haha.
Whispering Canyon lunch or dinner- I ate at Whispering Canyon two years ago now, for lunch, and I have to say I wasn’t thrilled with what I had. Then again, I had the vegetarian platter, BBQ meat is not exactly up my alley… But I would most certainly eat there ago. It’s such a fun atmosphere and kids love that place! The waiters are funny and like to tease. But its all in good fun. And also every half and hour they have a little parade for the kids (and the kids at heart) that are dining to follow the leader in a train formation around the restaraunt. Great fun! Not to mention that this restaraunt is located in the GOREGOUS Wilderness Lodge.
one more breakfast Like I said my suggestion for you is to go to CP’s breakfast. CP’s breakfast is AWESOME. A-W-E-S-O-M-E! A childs DREAM. Mickey shaped waffles. An omelete bar AND Pooh and Friends character dining! Your kids will love this! If you would like not to do this breakfast, maybe you have little princesses of your own who would like to do A Princess Storybook Breakfast in Norway @ EPCOT? The food there was awesome, although again, I was at dinner. Theres also character breakfasts at HS, such as Playhouse disney breakfast at the Hollywood and Vine, and I believe they just added a new Toy Story breakfast at H&V.
Also, another thing, and last, I promise, hehe, is Fantasmic. Fantasmic is an AWESOME, SPECTULAR, MUST SEE at Disney, how ever it can be a litttttle frightening to little princesses and princes. And even though Sorceror Mickey saves the day at the end there are some loud and dark portions of this AMAZING show. But if you have brave little ones, that love fireworks and a good show, your kids will love it! My niece was three the first time we took her and honestly, she was sooo enthralled with the fireworks colors and lighting that the loud bangs didn’t even phase her!
Sorry those were soooo long, but I hope they helped and if you have ANY other questions feel free to ask me anything!
Have fun planning!