Dining with Character: 1900 Park Fare

1900 Park Fare, located at the Grand Floridian, is home to Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner. This meal includes a buffet (not great, but not bad) and the best character interaction we’ve ever experienced! Cinderella and Prince Charming were pleasant and, well, charming.

Prince Charming

But the real fun began when Lady Tremaine and her daughters came around. First, Drizella decided that our oldest son would be her new butler. She renamed him Jeeves.

Drizella

Her mother quickly showed up and got in on the action, draping Jeeves’s arm with a napkin and piling it high with sugar packets – so many that they fell over, and she tossed the surplus packets across the room.

Jeeves in training

Not wanting to be left out of the action, Anastasia came over to pose with “Jeeves.”

Anastasia

When I asked Lady Tremaine if we could have our portrait done together, as I’m a fan of hers, she taught me how to stare daggers.

Lady Tremaine

She then invited me to a hush-hush card game at Gaston’s Tavern. “Ladies only!”

So, the food is just all right (fortunately, they have lots of gluten-free options), but the meal is totally worth it – at least once – for the awesome characters!

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About HFBrainerd

Published novelist and Disney World fanatic. Thanks for coming along on this wild ride!
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3 Responses to Dining with Character: 1900 Park Fare

  1. greenlisa9989 says:

    We loved our dinner there too! We thought the buffet was better than the one at Chef Mickey’s and were pleasantly surprised by the variety of options. Looks like you had a great time, Heather – your son looks so manly now! LOL!

    • HFBrainerd says:

      You’re right – the variety was great! I think we just happened to hit it when things were, well, not terribly fresh. And yes, he’ll be 16 this summer. Where does the time go??

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