Just off of Main Street in Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park you will find all your friends from the 100 Acre Woods. There is Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet, and Tigger! The Building features a crystal atrium that stands out as a beautiful landmark. It was designed after England’s Crystal Palace, built in Hyde Park to house the Great Exhibition of 1851. Crystal Palace is a buffet restaurant serving breakfast, lunch & dinner prepared fresh in an onstage kitchen.
If you want to have a great start to your Disney day at Magic Kingdom, I recommend an early morning dining reservation at the Crystal Palace. Imagine walking down a nearly empty Main Street with an unobstructed castle view…perfect for picture taking! There is a specially marked gate for early park arrivals.
Once you’re seated, you can help yourself to the buffet. There are two sides but they both have the same offerings. An omelet station is featured during breakfast. Menu items change frequently but usually include breakfast pizzas, breakfast lasagna, meats, Mickey waffles, puffed french toast and hash browns. During lunch, enjoy oven-roasted chicken, salmon, flank steak, salads and tons of side items, including freshly baked breads. Chicken nuggets and other kid-friendly choices are available to please the picky eaters. Dinner hours include fancier menu items like sirloin steak, shrimp and turkey. Desserts are plentiful. Key lime pie, fruit cobbler, coconut flan, brownies, bread pudding and ice cream are scrumptious endings to your meal!
During your meal, the characters will visit your table for autographs and pictures. They interact in a charming manner that engages guests of all ages. Every hour or so, there’s a Character parade for the children with singing, napkin waving and a willy, nilly, silly, good time!
Written by Sheri Morris, “Main Street Morris” Sheri is proud grandmother with a keen eye for detail. She specializes in Disney Travel for adults and RV travel. Book your next vacation with Sheri at (804)405 5005 or at email@example.com.