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Sean – from Disney Day by Day – hosts a Favorite Food Friday link-up each week. If you like Disney food – or any food, for that matter – you are welcome to participate!
My favorite food this week: Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner
1900 Park Fare in the Grand Floridian Resort
The price of this meal varies based on the time of year (peak seasons vs. regular season), and even on the day of the week (weekday vs. weekend). The general price ranges for this meal are as follows: Adult price range: $38.33-$42.59; Child (ages 3-9) price range: $19.16-$21.29. This meal also qualifies as ONE TABLE SERVICE CREDIT on the Disney Dining Plan.
Back in May of 2010, we went down to Orlando for a homeschool convention. My boss was putting us up on a resort for a week, but we decided to go a day early, stay in an off-site hotel, and do a fun Disney dinner that first night. Our hotel was SO underwhelming – disappointing, actually. So, we were just thrilled when we arrived at the Grand Floridian for THIS dinner on our first night. We ended up hanging out at the GF and on the beach until we were so exhausted that we went back to our room just in time to sleep and leave!
In any case, we enjoyed this meal for so many reasons:
- The atmosphere is fabulous! Let’s face it, the Grand Floridian is pretty spectacular. (While it’s a bit too fancy for my tastes, I still love it!)
- The variety of food is great. There’s definitely something for everyone here – plain and fancy. I personally adore the Strawberry Soup!
- The character interaction is top-notch. Cinderella, Prince Charming, Drizella, Anastasia, and Lady Tremaine visit your during your meal here. And they are HILARIOUS!
We loved that first experience so much that we’ve been repeat visitors!
Have you ever dined at 1900 Park Fare?
Have you tried breakfast here?