The Crystal Palace is found at the Magic Kingdom, located at Main Street, U.S.A. at the Disney Hub. The Crystal Palace is a character buffet that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For breakfast you get standard Disney breakfast items, such as Mickey Mouse waffles, sausage, bacon, eggs, and all the rest. For lunch and dinner the fare is turkey or prime rib sliced to order, mashed potatoes, excellent vegetable dishes, salads, cold cuts, and many excellent desserts.
Many families love going to The Crystal Palace because it is a character dining table service location that features Winnie the Pooh and all his pals, including Tigger, Eeyore, and of course, Piglet. They come right to your table, sign your autograph books, pose for pictures, and help you celebrate your Disney vacation! In addition, they have marching parades in the restaurant that your little ones can join and march with the characters. When you couple all of that with the fact that the building is an architectural wonder, you will want to make your next table service reservation at The Crystal Palace!
The Crystal Palace is a Table Service Credit if you are using the Disney Dining Plan. You will want to make reservations as soon as possible after you book your trip to assure a table here. We recommend making a reservation for as early in the morning as possible-before park opening even-to enjoy Main Street USA and parts of Magic Kingdom without the crowds. It makes for GREAT photo opportunities.
If you are celebrating at Walt Disney World a birthday or anniversary, let the Cast Members know you are, and the characters will sign a special card for you! You can find their full menu HERE.
Quick Tip: The bathrooms at The Crystal Palace always seem to be swamped with people. If you need to get your child to the bathroom quickly, consider going outside to the bathrooms over by the Baby Care Center. They are often less crowded.
Overall we give the Crystal Palace an “A”.
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