8/11/2015 • Reviews, Walt Disney World •
Everyone Is Family at Ohana's! Welcome Cousin! 'Ohana is a Hawaiian for "family" and that's how you will feel when you enjoy you Best Friends Breakfast with Lilo and Stitch, and their friends (usually Mickey in his favorite Hawaiian shirt and Pluto) at this beautiful Polynesian Village Resort restaurant. 'Ohana's is a popular dining destination for guests, so you will want to book early (dining reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance) to ensure this dining experience is on your itinerary This restaurant is located on the upper level of the Polynesian Village Resort and easily accessible by the monorail. This character breakfast is all-you-can-eat and served family-style, which my family appreciates. This allows us to enjoy our breakfast as a family and talk about our day without having to interrupt our conversations while someone heads off to a buffet. Your "Cousin" will warmly greet you and […]
8/3/2015 • Walt Disney World •
Designing a Walt Disney World Trip Tailored to Your Family Have you dreamed of your first trip to Walt Disney World but have put it off because the planning process seems so overwhelming? We won’t fool you – there is a lot that goes into proper planning of your trip unlike any other Disney destination. These basics will help you understand the big steps and the timeframe in which they should be completed in order to take advantage of all that Disney has to offer. Unlike most travel agents, this is what the Travel Specialists at Me and the Mouse do! We know the ins and outs of the Walt Disney World Resort, and we are here to help you through the planning process! Me and the Mouse has received the distinction of being an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner and is known for our impeccable service. Our goal is to […]
7/14/2015 • Walt Disney World •
Raglan Road, nestled in the middle of the Downtown Disney/Disney Springs shopping and dining area, is one of the most unique and delicious restaurants on property! For those of us who remember Pleasure Island, Raglan Road was one of the first new additions to Pleasure Island when it became more family-friendly in late 2005. Built across from Mannequins, in place of what used to be an ice cream parlor, Raglan Road brought a new era of fine dining to Downtown Disney. Raglan Road is an authentic Irish Pub - and when I say ‘authentic’, I’m not just saying they have shamrocks and shepherd’s pie. What I mean is that every recipe is traditional Irish cuisine, the physical bar in the restaurant was taken out of an authentic pub in Ireland, live traditional music and Irish dancers grace crowds every evening, and beers and liquors traditionally served in Ireland are ready […]
1/25/2015 • Reviews, Walt Disney World •
Looking for a delicious table service meal inside the Magic Kingdom? Look no further than one our family’s favorite restaurants, Tony’s Town Square. Inside this charming trattoria located on Main Street USA, you can enjoy your favorite Italian dishes, steaks and delicious desserts. The theming of the restaurant centers around the Disney animated classic, Lady and the Tramp. In the lobby waiting area, children and grown-up kids can enjoy a few minutes of Lady and the Tramp, which plays constantly on the television. Kids can also color Lady and the Tramp coloring sheets while waiting for their table. The restaurant offers three distinct dining areas. In the main dining room, guests will love the fountain of the canine couple, Lady and Tramp, which is the focal point of the room. The main dining room offers comfortable family seating and is reminiscent of a classic New York City, family-owned, Italian eatery. […]
9/22/2014 • Walt Disney World •
When my family started planning our recent August vacation to Walt Disney World, there was one place that I knew we would need to book. While everyone has a favorite restaurant and character meal, The Garden Grill in Epcot’s Land Pavillion is always at the top of their list. We have enjoyed dinner here on our last three visits to the parks. What makes this restaurant so special? EVERYTHING!!! The Garden Grill is located in Future World of Epcot. The restaurant slowly rotates as you enjoy your meal and interact with Farmer Mickey, Pluto, Chip and Dale. By the time you have finished your meal, you have made one full revolution within the scenes of the Living with The Land attraction. (**You will want to make sure that you enjoy this attraction that travels through the greenhouses before dinner. Your kids will be amazed to see how they are growing […]
8/19/2014 • Walt Disney World •
Looking for a little more sparkle in your Walt Disney World vacation? The Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert Party is sure to make your evening at Magic Kingdom extra sweet! This magical celebration includes a tempting array of desserts, seasonal fruits and cheeses. Sparkling cider, hot chocolate, signature lemonades, coffee and tea are also available to enjoy as you sit back, relax and enjoy the show. This deliciously, special ticketed event takes place at the covered patio of the Tommorowland Terrace, which allows an unobstructed view of Wishes Nighttime Spectacular! fireworks show above Cinderella’s Castle. An extra touch of pixie dust occurs when Tinkerbell flies over the patio as she descends from the top of Cinderella’s Castle. What you need to know: The nightly celebration begins one hour before the start of Wishes Nighttime Spectacular. Advance reservations are highly recommended and can be made up to 180 days prior to your visit. […]
8/16/2014 • Walt Disney World •
“You had better eat your veggies if you want dessert!” Looking for a delicious meal and a memorable experience, then book a dining reservation at 50’s Prime Time Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Dining reservations can be made 180 days in advance and are highly recommended. If your “Aunt” is busy in the kitchen getting things ready, you may get to spend time in “Dad’s TV Room” for a little bit watching classics television shows like Father Knows Best and the original Mickey Mouse Club. When it’s time for dinner, don’t be surprised if one of your “cousins” yells that it’s time to eat!!! When it’s dinner time, get ready to step back into mom’s kitchen in the 1950’s. For a special treat, you’re allowed to watch TV at the dinner table today! While dining around the Formica dinner table, enjoy black-and-white television clips from popular prime-time shows circa 1955. […]
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