My family has unanimously voted 1900 Park Fare for dinner as one of our favorite character meal experiences. We love breakfast too! You won’t experience anything like these character interactions at any other character meal. And you definitely won’t get to interact with this group of characters all together anywhere else!
about Dinner at 1900 Park Fare
Cost: $35 – 59.99, Disney Dining Plan accepted
Characters: Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine, Anastasia, and Drizella
Reservations: Highly suggested! Log in to the Disney website, your My Disney Experience app, or call (407) 939-3463.
Food: It’s impossible to leave this dinner still even remotely hungry. Some of our favorites are the Mongolian beef, key lime-ginger grilled chicken, taco bar, and fruit tarts, but the real star of the show is the butternut squash ravioli. I dream of that ravioli!
Rating: 5 out of 5 frying pans
About Our Experience(s)
The characters are what sets 1900 Park Fare apart from any other character dining experience, both at breakfast and dinner. The food and service always exceed our expectations, but the characters are unlike anything else you’ll experience while at Disney World!
1900 Park Fare is the only place to interact with Cinderella and Prince Charming together. You’ll love the audible sighs of little girls as they dance together through the restaurant! They also often include guests in their dance, which is a truly magical moment for little ones. My girls were blown away!
Ruby especially loves the stepsisters and they never disappoint! She always wears her Drizella dress, which in turn gets her a lot of attention from Lady Tremaine and her daughters! On our last trip, Drizella was so enamored with her Mini Me that she took her around the dining room, dancing and showing her off to guests and her family. It made Ruby’s night and is something she still talks about to this day!
Lady Tremaine and the stepsisters really do such a spectacular job at character acting. They play their characters so well, with big personalities, lots of jokes, and priceless interactions with guests. I love watching the stepsisters try to trip up guests, with trick questions like which one is prettier or if they’d like to take one of them on a date.
You’re guaranteed to have some serious laughter, magic, fun, and delicious food.
Location: Inside the Grand Floridian main building
Transportation Options: If you’re staying on property, you can take a bus to the Magic Kingdom and then hop the monorail. You can also take the monorail directly from any of the Magic Kingdom area deluxe resorts, Magic Kingdom, or the Ticket and Transportation Center. If you’ll have a vehicle, you can also drive directly to the Grand Floridian by following signs to the Magic Kingdom area resorts and park at the resort. Or try the new Minnie Van service, Lyft, or Uber directly to the resort!
Things to Know: When you check in for your reservation, they’ll request a phone number to text when your table is ready. We love this feature, because it frees us up to explore the Grand Floridian’s lobby and shops while we wait.
While You’re There: Check out some of the fabulous high end shops in the Grand Floridian lobby. In the evenings, you’ll find fantastic live entertainment happening there too! You can also take a stroll around the resort to see the giant chess set by the main pool, the teacup splash pad area, and enjoy the views of the lagoon and Bay Lake!
A+R Insider Tip: If you’re dressed in your Cinderella best, don’t forget to stop outside of the main entrance for a photo opportunity! There, you’ll find a beautiful carriage and antique car. If you’re close to fireworks time at Magic Kingdom, walk out into the parking lot or to the lake to catch a great view!