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Last Week’s Rambles:
- It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #2
- Teaser Tuesday: Silent on the Moor (Lady Julia Grey #3) by Deanna Raybourn
- Audiobook Review + TBR Discussion: A Wizard of Earthsea (Earthsea Cycle #1) by Ursula K. LeGuin
- Throwback Thursday: The Elite (Eagle Elite Series #1) by Rachel Van Dyken
- The NetGalley Purge
- Friday Book Beginnings: Lumiere (The Illumination Paradox #1) by Jacqueline E. Garlick
- Saturday Shuffle: A Spoonful of Sugar (Mary Poppins Original London Cast)
Added to my Shelf:
- The Bone Witch (The Bone Witch #1) by Rin Chupeco – thank you NetGalley/Sourcebooks Fire
This Week’s Disney Ramble:
1900 Park Fare
1900 Park Fare is a glorious Character Dining Restaurant, located in the Grand Floridian Resort. All you can eat buffets (including the restaurant’s signature dish the incredibly delicious strawberry soup), attended by some of your favorite classic Disney Characters! I’ve been to 1900 Park Fare three times now, twice for dinner and once for breakfast, and I can definitely, without reservation, say that you should go for breakfast. If you or your child is dying to meet Cinderella or Prince Charming, then absolutely make a dinner reservation. But if you’re just looking for a fun character dining experience, it doesn’t get much more charming and hilarious than a 1900 Park Fare Breakfast. The characters at my breakfast included: Mary Poppins, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Alice, and the Mad Hatter! This was seriously one of the best character dining experiences I’ve had. The buffet included typical breakfast items such as eggs, bacon, sausage, Mickey Waffles, assorted pastries/baked goods, plus a myriad of other delicious breakfast items. Pretty much anything you could think about having or wanting is on this breakfast buffet line!
The Mad Hatter was abundantly prepared to take silly pictures, even at 8:30 am!
If you’re not really a breakfast person, and you’d rather have a more refined dining experience, then head to 1900 Park Fare for dinner. The restaurant will likely be filled with little Princesses celebrating birthdays (the price tag on this dinner is expensive, around $45 per adult!), but the food is still delicious and varied (another all you can eat buffet) and the characters are out in full swing. Characters at my dinner experiences included: Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine (The evil Stepmother), and Anastasia and Drizella (the ugly stepsisters). The stepsisters were hilarious a similar experience to the hysterical Mad Hatter, though my second dinner, they were sadly missing, replaced by non-talking though still adorable mice (friends of Cindy’s).
Lady Tremaine was eager to ask my mother if she had gifted me with an extra chore for my birthday.
All in all, I highly recommend 1900 Park Fare for a special celebration meal while at Disney World, especially their breakfast. For more info, a full menu, and to book a reservation, check out Disney’s website HERE.
What were you up to this week?